Save the Date:
Dish + Dine
August 19 at the Ferrin Gallery!
DISH+DINE @ Ferrin Gallery
the perfect pairing of
local food and local art
Friday, August 19, 6:30-9pm
DISH: porcelain dinnerware provided by Mary Anne Davis
DINE: Executive Chef Brian Alberg, The Red Lion Inn
DISCUSS: Contemporary Photography with John Stomberg, Director,
Mount Holyoke College Art Museum; Aprile Gallant, Curator of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs, Smith College Museum of Art; and Maria Mingalone, Interim Executive Director and Director of Interpretation of Berkshire Museum
$100 per person includes dinner, selected wines from Nejaimes Wine Cellars, Special Drink by Berkshire Mountain Distillers
Contact the Ferrin Gallery at 413-442-1622 to reserve a seat!
Every Friday is
Every Friday night through September 2 enjoy three courses, choice of entree - $29.95 per person plus tax and tip. Served 5:00-8:00PM. Please call 413.298.5545 or email us to make a reservation. Rain cancels Steak Night and any reservations!
Check out the menu below!
The Red Lion Inn's
Steak Night Menu
Equinox Farm Field Greens
Farm Girl Radishes &
Ioka Farm Maple Dijon Vinaigrette
Gingered Atlantic Blue Fish
BBQ Grilled Punsit Valley Chicken Legs
Salt & Peppered Tri Tip Steak
Above served with Grilled Sweet Corn, Spring Onions &
Sheffield Raspberries with Sugared Biscuit Whipped
High Lawn Dairy
Coffee and Tea Included
Check out the Red Lion Inn on Twitter (@TheRedLionInn) for our daily lunch specials, pictures of our extensive art and antique collection and even an occasional visit from our resident Lobby Ambassador Simon!
Indoors or Outdoors: It's all in the Berkshires!
@ Barrington Stage
August 11 - Aug/28
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@ The Colonial Theatre
Aug 15 at 2PM
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Word x Word Festival
Multiple Venues in
Downtown Pittsfield, MA,
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Creating Together: A Parent-Child Experience @ Norman Rockwell Musuem
Wednesdays in August
10 - 11:30AM
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@ Ashintully Gardens
Wednesdays & Sundays in
August - October
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Frank Vignola and
the Hot Club Trio
@ The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
Friday August 19 at 8pm
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Gentle Yoga in the Garden
12 - 12:30
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We'll Miss you, Jack!
John "Jack" Hitchcock Fitzpatrick, 88, a passionate and involved citizen of the Berkshires for over fifty years, died peacefully at home on July 23, 2011. Many of you will remember "Senator," along with his wife Jane who survived him, as the ever-cheerful and witty owners of the Red Lion from 1968 until daughter Nancy took over in 1993. For over 25 years Jack enjoyed playing Santa Claus at The Red Lion on the Saturday before Christmas.
A life-long public servant and member of the "Greatest Generation," Jack served in the Europe during World War Two, receiving a Bronze Star for valiant efforts behind enemy lines. Always an activist and participant in community affairs, Jack was a diehard Republican and served the First Berkshire Senate District from 1973 to 1980. Jack's many lasting friendships from his Senate years crossed both sides of the aisle. Senator Fitzpatrick received many citations from the Commonwealth including the Golden Dome Citation for distinguished service and honorary doctorates from several colleges and universities in New England. In August 2010 the Town of Stockbridge named the town green adjacent to The Red Lion Inn for Jane and Jack Fitzpatrick.
Jane and Jack Fitzpatrick are widely known for their philanthropy. The Boston Symphony Orchestra, The Berkshire Theatre Festival, The Norman Rockwell Museum, Jacob's Pillow, Shakespeare & Company, MASS MoCA, The Mahaiwe Performing Art Center and The Colonial Theatre and The United Way are among scores of organizations and individuals in the Berkshires and beyond to receive funding from them personally or through their foundation.
Jack was proudest, however, of creating hundreds of jobs, both at Country Curtains
and the inns (both the Red Lion and Blantyre, owned by daughter Ann). He felt enormous affection for and gratitude toward the employees who were partners in his success. We are all the richer for having known him and miss his larger-than-life presence dearly.
For the full obituary, please visit our website
Dine, Relax & Unwind with our Packages & Specials!
Thinking about a last minute trip out of the city? Trying to fit in a family getaway before the kids go back-to-school? We've got some deals for you! Check out our Last-Minute Specials page for some options!
Steep yourself in Rockwellian imagery! Our Rockwell Retreat package gives you two passes for admission to the Norman Rockwell Museum at Stockbridge, lunch for two at the museum's cafe and overnight accommodations in a deluxe guestroom. This package is available from $310 per room, including all taxes and meal gratuity. Don't forget to spend some time taking a look at all the Rockwell prints that adorn our hallways! And a day of art appreciation will be complete after relaxing in our outdoor pool! Ready for leaf peeping, apple cider and all things autumnal? Our Fall packages are on our website now! For additional information and to make a reservation: Please contact our Reservations Department at (413) 298-1690, or e-mail email@example.com to reserve either package.
Check other dates and availability anytime!
Looking for a last minute getaway? Check out our affordable last minute specials and packages!
High-Quality Local Artisans at The Stockbridge Summer Arts and Crafts Show !
Now in its twentieth year, this year's show will be held in downtown Stockbridge on August 20th & 21st. This juried show features works of over 80 artists and artisans exhibiting ceramics, painting, jewelry, wood, mixed media, sculpture, fashion and photography for sale. Click here for more info!
Looking Ahead: Tanglewood Jazz Festival!
The annual Labor Day Weekend Tanglewood Jazz Festival will take place September 2-4 at the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra in Lenox, Massachusetts. Jazz greats highlighting this year's festival include Dianne Reeves, Angelique Kidjo, Lizz Wright, NEA Jazz Master Jimmy Cobb, Mary Stallings, the Mingus Orchestra, Edmar Castaneda, NEA Jazz Master Gunther Schuller, John Santos, Federico Britos, Geri Allen, Terri Lyne Carrington, Rumero Lubambo, James Genus, Munyungo Jackson and more. All shows will be held in Seiji Ozawa Hall and the Jazz Cafe.
The Tanglewood Wine and Food Classic will also open on Friday September 2 through Sunday morning, September 4. Wine tastings will take place in the Hawthorne Tent and several special events will take place at Highwood and Seranak. See www.tanglewood.org for more information.
Enjoy a "Voluntourism Getaway" with The Trustees of Reservations!
Extend your holiday weekend by spending a few days in the Berkshires. Mornings, work with a horticulturalist to contribute to the preservation of the gardens at the Mission House, Naumkeag and Ashintully Gardens. The Red Lion Inn will offer a discounted rate on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday to volunteers on your day(s) of service. Contact Horticulturalist Anne Gannon to schedule your first day @ firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact the Red Lion Inn for room reservations at email@example.com.
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