Fri, Mar 6th, 2015
Exhibit: February 27 through April 25
What better time to dream about a garden than when the snow is deep and the temperatures low? Painter Kerry Stone and Rebecca Clark (pastels and paintings) show works inspired by flowers: from pansies in snow to gardens in full summer bloom. Ashfield Stone and Gabriel Dark Stonework offer bird baths made from boulders, stone cairns and a bench for resting and gazing at our artist’s interpretations of garden beauty. Bob Compton's steel dragonfly helps you remember the patio or pond that it needs to be near. This exhibit helps you reimagine your own garden or possibly, just possibly give you hope that spring is near!
Sat, Mar 21st, 2015
We are very excited (for the 6th year in a row) to bring our SYRUP: One Sweet Performing Arts Festival to Shelburne Falls on March 21. The festival continues to grow - this year instead of one internationally acclaimed headliner, we're bringing a whole troupe of them! Nimble Arts (Cirque de Soleil, Big Apple Circus veterans) will bring their cirque spectacular RUCKUS! to the Memorial Hall stage. Incredibly, they've never performed their signature show in Franklin County or Southern VT.
PLUS we're kicking off a tour of the Pioneer Valley of our new musical clown show "Innocenzo" which has already attracted media attention in Europe. It's the first theatrical treatment of electromagnetic pollution, an issue many scientists consider to be one of the most significant public health threats of our time - particularly as it relates to children. www.ptco.org/syrup
Sat, Mar 28th, 2015
Our Mission : To conduct a professionally organized, volunteer based, multi-element, people-powered race which reveals challenges and scenic beauty of Massachusetts’s western Franklin County as the outdoor adventure capital of New England. The event has five elements; a 4.5 mile trail run, a 20 mile road bike ride, 5 miles of kayaking, an obstacle Run, and a Summit Hike with downhill ski/board.
Athletes can participate as individuals or as a team. Great spectating from the Rt 8A Long Bridge where MTRHS athletes & parents will have a concession all day. Information and registration www.berkshirehighlandsevents.com