in the Berkshires...
Get Back to Nature
Bartholomew's Cobble is home to one of
North America's greatest diversities of fern species and their allies,
as well as abundant woodland wildflowers. The Reservation is named for
its two rocky knolls that rise above the Housatonic River, and the property's magnificent 239 acres includes a variety of terrain with majestic views of the region, lots of wildlife and 5 miles of moderate hiking trails. Bring a picnic and let the kids run wild! Paddlers bring your canoes and kayaks to explore the marshlands. For more information, please go to their website, call 413.229.8600 or email email@example.com....
Only a few weeks left...
Several plays end their runs in just a few weeks - soak up the best of summer stock theater and Shakespeare while you can! There's something here for everyone, the kids included! Here are a few links to shows at a several local theaters:
Toad of Toad Hall
-from the children's classic,
The Wind in the Willows
- Shakespeare's uncontested masterpiece!
- a comic operetta with music by Leonard Bernstein
- a Henrik Ibsen play that exhibits the playwright's uncanny ability to overturn Victorian social values
Freud's Last Session
- a mortally ill Sigmund Freud and young C. S. Lewis discuss God and the meaning of life
A Streetcar Named Desire
Need we say more?!?
Caroline in Jersey
- the world premiere of a funny and touching new play that follows one
woman's whole-hearted attempt to move ahead
Fun for the Whole Family!
The Berkshire Museum presents an inspiring mix of arts, history and the natural world. The American Abstract Art Movement is a delightful study of two schools of abstract art, separated by nearly 50 years while the permanent Aquarium features more than twenty
aquarium tanks ranging in size from 30 to 535 gallons, and assorted
terrariums featuring both local and exotic species. FOr more information, go to their website or call 413.443.7171.
Jacob's Pillow - Final Weeks
New York choreographer Doug Varone is acclaimed for intelligent and strongly kinetic movement that appeals to both the mind and the heart. Catch Doug Varone and Dancers next week! Among the smartest international dancemakers of today, Kidd Pivot artistic director Crystal Pite and her fearlessly athletic dancers explore movement to the fullest in Lost Action.
A former dancer with the Frankfurt Ballet under the direction of
William Forsythe, Pite's wit, rigor and inventive approach to movement
and ideas interact with a perfectly diverse soundscape by Owen Belton,
featuring everything from choral melody to ukulele and spoken word. Call 413.xxx or click here for more information.
NY Times journalist and author Constance Rosenblum in Conversation at the Mahaiwe!
Talk with writer and NY Times City Section Editor highlighting her latest work:
Boulevard of Dreams - Heady Times, Heartbreak, and Hope along the Grand Concourse in the Bronx.
Free! Sunday, August 23, 1PM. For more information, click here or call 413.528.6415.
Special Offer: Free Norman Rockwell Museum Admission (a $30 savings!)
No trip to Stockbridge is complete without a visit to the Norman Rockwell Museum... and we're offering a special to help you get there! The first ten room
reservations made for stays between now and August 21 will receive two free admission tickets to the Norman Rockwell Museum - and kids 18 and under are free (thanks to Country Curtains and The Red Lion Inn)! This offer is on a first-come, first-serve basis, so don't wait to make your plans!
For additional information, pricing and availability,contact our Reservations Department, please call 413.298.1690. To check other rates and availability, please click here.
|Calling All James Taylor Fans!...
miss JT perform with the Boston Pops at Tanglewood! .We've put together
the quintessential summer package, simply called our JT Package. This package features two lawn tickets to JT's August 30th performance with the Boston Pops
at 2:30PM. In addition, you'll receive a bountiful picnic, overnight
accommodations and breakfast for two the next day for just $345
(including tax & gratuity). We have a very limited number of these
packages to offer, so please don't wait to call - 413.298.1690!
Just to top things off: we're displaying a blast from JT's past: the GTO featured in "Two Lane Blacktop" starring a young Mr. Taylor himself! This cult classic tells a story about obsession, nihilism, the emptiness of the open road, a driver (JT), a mechanic, a girl, and... aw, heck, it's a bare-bones muscle-car seventies movie born out of America's love of the automobile - rent the DVD and enjoy the ride!
Please call our reservations department at 413-298-1690. Or to check availability please click here!