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Events July 2019

07/01/2019 (Monday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

07/02/2019 (Tuesday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

07/03/2019 (Wednesday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Great Falls Farmers' Market @ Turners Falls

Time: (2:00pm - 6:00pm)

Whether your visiting from the city or suburbs or a local resident, a farmers' market is not too far from you. From now until late fall, you can find local growers set up with their canopies and colorful displays of just-harvested fruits and vegetables in town squares, parks. At many farmers' markets you will also find an array of other farm products, including baked goods, jams and jellies, maple products, honey, farmstead cheeses, flowers, turkey products and eggs and some with other crafters. The festive atmosphere and fresh food will certainly please all your senses. Note new location

greatfallsfarmersmarketturners.blogspot.com

Did You Know? A Guided Walking Tour

There is more to the Clark's 140-acre campus than meets the eye. This one-hour guided walking tour explores our picturesque landscape, highlighting features that are unknown to many visitors. From outdoor installations to our ongoing sustainability initiative, discover the hidden stories behind the natural beauty of our grounds. You can expect a few surprises along the way!


This activity, appropriate for all ages, is moderate in activity level. Proper footwear is encouraged. Severe weather cancels this event.
Registration is not required, but space is limited to twenty people on a first-come, first-served basis.
Meet at the Orientation Center, located outside the Clark Center entrance.

Wednesdays - July 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th & 31st  August 7th, 14th, 21st & 28th

The Concerts at Windsor Lake

The Concerts at Windsor Lake - 200 Windsor Lake Road (at the intersection of Bradley Street & Kemp Ave)North Adams, MA  01247

A free concert series taking place at one of the most beautiful spots in the city, and feature great local talent. Kayaking, canoeing, swimming, and fishing are all allowed

at the lake. Very family friendly.

Wednesday June – August from 6:30 - 8:00 PM, unless otherwise noted.

June 5th  - Common Folk Jam

June 12th - Misty Blues (blues)

June 19th - Trio Candela (world)

June 26th -Legal Tender (rock)

July 3rd -  Champagne Jam (blues/rock covers)

July 10th - The Spurs USA (country/western)

July 17th - Born IV Blues (blues)

July 24th - The Matchstick Architects (original rock) 6:00-7 PM

July 24th - Bang on A Can, 7:15 - 8:30 PM

July 31st - Lita Williams

August 7th -The Eagles Community Band (big band/oldies)

August 14th - No Concert tonight – see you at the Downtown Celebration

August 21st - JP Murphy (celtic/ traditional Irish)

August 28th - Rebel Alliance (Rock/ Reggae)

Presented by Greylock Federal Credit Union and the Office of Tourism and Community

07/04/2019 (Thursday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Orange Farmers' Market

Time: (3:00pm - 6:00pm)

Whether your visiting from the city or suburbs or a local resident, a farmers' market is not too far from you. From now until late fall, you can find local growers set up with their canopies and colorful displays of just-harvested fruits and vegetables in town squares, parks. At many farmers' markets you will also find an array of other farm products, including baked goods, jams and jellies, maple products, honey, farmstead cheeses, flowers, turkey products and eggs and some with other crafters. The festive atmosphere and fresh food will certainly please all your senses.  Kids Corner Activities Tent

facebook.com/orangefarmersmarket

07/05/2019 (Friday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Shelburne Falls Farmers' Market

Time: (2:00pm - 6:00pm)

Drop by for some fresh, local vegetables from our wonderful growers. Purchase fresh, home-made bread and other treats. Pick up your local, pasture raised eggs and meat.  Find hand-spun wools and other hand-made gifts.Every week we will have musicians playing on the green, you are invited to come dance, play, eat or just relax and enjoy your Friday evening with us.

One Friday each month is dedicated to a special market day:

Summer Solstice Celebration – June 21st
Children’s Day – July 26th
Barbeque Day- August 23rd
Customer Appreciation Day – September 27th
Cider Day – October 11th

Please visit our Facebook page for more updates on the market, our vendors, and our special days!

Westminster Farmers Market

The Westminster Farmers' Market is committed to enhancing their local economy by bringing together local food producers and making their products easily available to the public.

Grass-fed beef, Pastured Pork, Goat Cheese, Cheddars and Goudas, Milk, Artisan Breads, fruits, vegetables, flowers, plants, seedlings,eggs, artisan soaps, handcrafted cutting boards, bird houses, jewelry, alpaca wool, household items and crafts, fudge, wood-fired pizza, pesto, salsa, ice cream

www.westminstermafarmersmarket.com

www.facebook.com/pg/Westminster-Farmers-Market-133750303302808

Every Friday afternoon they have local musicians creating an upbeat atmosphere that keeps the market hoping.  See calendar listing for Entertainment At The Gazebo

 

Petersham Farmer Market

Time: (10:00am - 1:00pm)

At the Petersham Friday Market, more than a dozen local farm families and crafters offer organic produce, fresh corn and other produce, locally raised meat, chicken, local eggs, local honey, baked goods, home-baked dog cookies, herbal remedies, handmade soaps and other craft items. The menu of choices changes with the seasons.
Also promotes programs offered by Petersham Grange 95 and by local healthcare and social service accessible place from which those groups can deliver information to the public.
The Friday Market offers its program of free music each Friday

June 7th – Lunar Carnival

June 14th – Nate Martel

June21st – The Equalites

June 28th – Evan Goodrow

July 5th – Andrew Moon Bain

July 12th – Elly Vaugham

July 19th – Spinelli

July 26th – The Hip Swayers

August 2nd  - Erin Harpe

August 9th – New England Weather

August 23rd – Stillwater String Band

August 30th – TBA

September 6th – Chris Houston

September 13th – Joel Cage

September 20th – Drew Paton

September 27th – TBA

October 4th – TBA

October 11th – Party of 2

October 18th – TBA

07/06/2019 (Saturday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Greenfield Farmers' Market

Time: (8:00am - 12:30pm)

Saturdays (Rain or Shine)

44th Season

Since 1975, the Greenfield Farmers' Market has provided an open-air community marketplace for fresh, high-quality local agricultural products and crafts in Franklin County. Surrounded by some of the nation's most fertile farmland, the Greenfield farmers' Market has grown into one of the largest, most diverse farmers' markets in the Pioneer Valley. all of the products at the market are grown or produced by the farmers and craftspeople selling them.

Locally grown vegetables and fruits, Pasture-raised meats and eggs, Farmstead cheeses, Maple syrup and honey, Cut flowers and seasonal bedding plants, Artisan bread and baked goods, Handmade crafts, Live music and Cooking demos. For a complete list of vendors and a calendar of events please visit the website.

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Ashfield Farmers' Market

Time: (9:00am - 1:00pm)

Whether your visiting from the city or suburbs or a local resident, a farmers' market is not too far from you. From now until late fall, you can find local growers set up with their canopies and colorful displays of just-harvested fruits and vegetables in town squares, parks. At many farmers' markets you will also find an array of other farm products, including baked goods, jams and jellies, maple products, honey, farmstead cheeses, flowers, turkey products and eggs and some with other crafters. The festive atmosphere and fresh food will certainly please all your sense

Who's at the market: Atherton Farm(Buckland), Bear Meadow Apiary, Bear Swamp Orchards, Bug Hill Berry & Flower Farm, Sangha Fram/Tava Cheese, Sidehill Farm, Springwater Farm & Steady Lane Farm (Ashfield) Manda Organic Farm (Plainfield) Changes weekly

Facebook.com/ashfieldfarmersmarket

Athol Farmers' Market

Time: (9:00am - 12:00pm)

Whether your visiting from the city or suburbs or a local resident, a farmers' market is not too far from you. From now until late fall, you can find local growers set up with their canopies and colorful displays of just-harvested fruits and vegetables in town squares, parks. At many farmers' markets you will also find an array of other farm products, including baked goods, jams and jellies, maple products, honey, farmstead cheeses, flowers, turkey products and eggs and some with other crafters. The festive atmosphere and fresh food will certainly please all your senses.

facebook.com/athol-farmers-market

Williamstown Farmers' Market

Time: (9:00am - 1:00pm)

The Williamstown Farmers Market provides a lovely setting for community gathering and interaction with local growers, artisans, producers, bakers and food-makers. We welcome Williamstown residents and visitors to share in our vendors’ wealth of knowledge and skills, to learn more about and support local agriculture and production.

Bring relatives, friends, and the kind stranger you just met along with you to the market, where you’ll find a wide variety of wonderful products. See the vibrant colors of our farmers vegetables, feel the soft yarns of knit clothes, smell the delicious breads, admire the workmanship of sturdy pottery and delicate jewelry, taste samples of maple candy and hickory syrup, hear lovely instrumental music, and experience so much more!

North Adams Farmers' Market

Time: (9:00am - 1:00pm)

The city of North Adams Farmers Market happens for 20 weeks from early June through late October. The market is dedicated to providing the community with fresh, locally produced foods and supporting area farms and food producers. The market is a producer-only market offering a variety of fruits, vegetables and more for those looking for delicious and healthy eating alternatives. Patrons of the market can find fresh fruits and vegetables, greens, canned goods, baked goods, eggs, flowers, meat, skincare and artisan crafts. The market proudly accepts SNAP

Live acoustic music is featured at the market from 10 a.m. to noon.


facebook.com/north-adams-farmers-market

Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: A Strawberry in Winter - Making Fruit Preserves @ Historic Deerfield

Summer is a time for fresh berries – strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries ripen quickly for short, sweet seasons. Come see how early New England cooks preserved the sweet berries of summer to enjoy all year long.

Bernardston Farmers' Market

Time: (10:00am - 1:00pm)

Whether your visiting from the city or suburbs or a local resident, a farmers' market is not too far from you. From now until late fall, you can find local growers set up with their canopies and colorful displays of just-harvested fruits and vegetables in town squares, parks. At many farmers' markets you will also find an array of other farm products, including baked goods, jams and jellies, maple products, honey, farmstead cheeses, flowers, turkey products and eggs and some with other crafters.The festive atmosphere and fresh food will certainly please all your senses. Note new location

Entertainment at the Gazebo in Westminster

Every Friday afternoon we have local musicians creating an upbeat atmosphere that keeps the market hoping. 

Entertainment At The Gazebo

2019 Schedule - (subject to change without notice due to artist cancellations and/or weather- related issues)

May 3rd -  Ed Brogan
May 10th - Joe Reidy
May 17th - Nate Grigos
May 24th - The Dales
May 31st -Jeff Mendoza    
June 7th - Joe Reidy
June 14th -The Dales
June 21st - Brian Dickens
June 28th - Ed Brogan
July 5th - Sean Fullerton
July 12th - Joe Reidy
July 19th - TBD
July 26th -Sean Fullerton
August  2nd - Hip Swayers
August  9th - Ed Brogan
August  16th - Jeff Mendoza
August  23rd - Mike Meehan’s Band
August  30th - Sean Fullerton
September  6th - The Dales
September  13th - Joe Reidy
September  20th - Kathy Swantee
September  27th - Jeff Mendoza
October  4th -  Hip Swayers
October 11th - Nate Grigos
October 18th- The Dales
October 25th - Brian Dickens

 

Did You Know? A Guided Walking Tour

There is more to the Clark's 140-acre campus than meets the eye. This one-hour guided walking tour explores our picturesque landscape, highlighting features that are unknown to many visitors. From outdoor installations to our ongoing sustainability initiative, discover the hidden stories behind the natural beauty of our grounds. You can expect a few surprises along the way!


This activity, appropriate for all ages, is moderate in activity level. Proper footwear is encouraged. Severe weather cancels this event.
Registration is not required, but space is limited to twenty people on a first-come, first-served basis.
Meet at the Orientation Center, located outside the Clark Center entrance.

Saturdays - July 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th   August 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th & 31st

07/07/2019 (Sunday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

07/08/2019 (Monday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Community Tai Chi

Mondays in July and August, 9–10 am

Take a moment each week to reflect and refocus with tai chi on the Fernández Terrace. This free weekly class with certified instructors from Berkshire Tai Chi is well-suited for both experienced practitioners and newcomers. Explore strengthening poses and find a greater state of mindfulness while surrounded by the beauty of nature and modern architecture on the Clark's Fernández Terrace. Comfortable clothing and footwear encouraged.

Continue the morning in the galleries during Reflections, a weekly gallery experience that invites visitors to look within and approach the familiar from a new perspective. Free with gallery admission.

July 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th    August 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th

Reflections: Introspective Gallery Experience

Mondays in July and August, 10:30 am

In this weekly gallery experience, visitors are invited to look as a way to engage with works of art from the Clark’s collection. With a contemplative tone that encourages investigation and audience participation, the session focuses on exploring a single artwork. Working together with a museum educator, visitors examine the work’s meaning, find understanding, and raise questions on topics drawn from the broad spectrum of human imagination and experience. Distinct from a conventional academic gallery talk, Reflections provides an opportunity for close looking and introspection by focusing attention on a single artwork over an extended period of time.

Free with gallery admission. Space is limited; reservations are required. Meet in the Museum Pavilion.

Miondays -July 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th  August 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th

Weekly Artmaking: Soundscapes

Mondays in July and August, 1–4 pm

What does a drawing sound like? What does music look like? On Monday afternoons in July and August, take advantage of a special opportunity to sketch and reflect in Janet Cardiff: The Forty Part Motet. Pick up complimentary drawing materials on the Fernández Terrace and carry them with you into the exhibition in the Michael Conforti Pavilion. The Clark’s weekly summer programs are designed give new depth and creative context to gallery experiences by offering an opportunity for free exploration and art-making. No experience required. Come as you are—our educators have everything you need to get started!

Free with gallery admission; always free for children under 18 and students with a valid ID.

Mondays - July 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th    August 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th

 

07/09/2019 (Tuesday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Open Hours: Works on Paper at the Clark

During special summer open hours, explore the Clark’s permanent collection of prints, drawings, and photographs housed in the Manton Study Center for Works on Paper. Each Tuesday, a changing display related to the next day’s Works on Paper Highlights Talk will be on view. Enjoy a close look at these hidden treasures of the collection in company with Clark staff members and get better acquainted with this extraordinary resource. The program is free and open to the public.

 The Manton Study Center for Works on Paper is located next to the exhibition Ida O’Keeffe: Escaping Georgia’s Shadow, in the Manton Research Center.

Tuesdays - July 9th, 16th, 23rd & 30th   August 6th, 13th & 20th

07/10/2019 (Wednesday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Great Falls Farmers' Market @ Turners Falls

Time: (2:00pm - 6:00pm)

Whether your visiting from the city or suburbs or a local resident, a farmers' market is not too far from you. From now until late fall, you can find local growers set up with their canopies and colorful displays of just-harvested fruits and vegetables in town squares, parks. At many farmers' markets you will also find an array of other farm products, including baked goods, jams and jellies, maple products, honey, farmstead cheeses, flowers, turkey products and eggs and some with other crafters. The festive atmosphere and fresh food will certainly please all your senses. Note new location

greatfallsfarmersmarketturners.blogspot.com

Did You Know? A Guided Walking Tour

There is more to the Clark's 140-acre campus than meets the eye. This one-hour guided walking tour explores our picturesque landscape, highlighting features that are unknown to many visitors. From outdoor installations to our ongoing sustainability initiative, discover the hidden stories behind the natural beauty of our grounds. You can expect a few surprises along the way!


This activity, appropriate for all ages, is moderate in activity level. Proper footwear is encouraged. Severe weather cancels this event.
Registration is not required, but space is limited to twenty people on a first-come, first-served basis.
Meet at the Orientation Center, located outside the Clark Center entrance.

Wednesdays - July 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th & 31st  August 7th, 14th, 21st & 28th

The Concerts at Windsor Lake

The Concerts at Windsor Lake - 200 Windsor Lake Road (at the intersection of Bradley Street & Kemp Ave)North Adams, MA  01247

A free concert series taking place at one of the most beautiful spots in the city, and feature great local talent. Kayaking, canoeing, swimming, and fishing are all allowed

at the lake. Very family friendly.

Wednesday June – August from 6:30 - 8:00 PM, unless otherwise noted.

June 5th  - Common Folk Jam

June 12th - Misty Blues (blues)

June 19th - Trio Candela (world)

June 26th -Legal Tender (rock)

July 3rd -  Champagne Jam (blues/rock covers)

July 10th - The Spurs USA (country/western)

July 17th - Born IV Blues (blues)

July 24th - The Matchstick Architects (original rock) 6:00-7 PM

July 24th - Bang on A Can, 7:15 - 8:30 PM

July 31st - Lita Williams

August 7th -The Eagles Community Band (big band/oldies)

August 14th - No Concert tonight – see you at the Downtown Celebration

August 21st - JP Murphy (celtic/ traditional Irish)

August 28th - Rebel Alliance (Rock/ Reggae)

Presented by Greylock Federal Credit Union and the Office of Tourism and Community

07/11/2019 (Thursday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Orange Farmers' Market

Time: (3:00pm - 6:00pm)

Whether your visiting from the city or suburbs or a local resident, a farmers' market is not too far from you. From now until late fall, you can find local growers set up with their canopies and colorful displays of just-harvested fruits and vegetables in town squares, parks. At many farmers' markets you will also find an array of other farm products, including baked goods, jams and jellies, maple products, honey, farmstead cheeses, flowers, turkey products and eggs and some with other crafters. The festive atmosphere and fresh food will certainly please all your senses.  Kids Corner Activities Tent

facebook.com/orangefarmersmarket

10th Annual Party in the Park

Party in the Park is an annual summer concert series for the whole family that is free and open the public. The shows run every Thursday night July & August  starting at 6:00pm and ending at 8:00pm at the Noel Field behind the Steeplecats baseball diamond. With ample seating and plenty of food vendors, this is a great opportunity to unwind at the end of the day with some rock n’ roll and good company. This free concert series every Thursday from 6-8pm in July and August is organized by WUPE FM and WNAW!

Here is the 2019 -  9th Annual  Party in the Park lineup:

July 11th – Shyne

July 18th – Generation X

July 25th – Whiskey City

August 1st – Legal Tender

August 8th – Raw N Reckless

August 15th – Critical Mass

August 22nd – The Brave Brothers

Brought to you by Bedard Brothers & Greylock Federal Credit Union.

http://www.wupe.com

http://www.explorenorthadams.com


07/12/2019 (Friday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Shelburne Falls Farmers' Market

Time: (2:00pm - 6:00pm)

Drop by for some fresh, local vegetables from our wonderful growers. Purchase fresh, home-made bread and other treats. Pick up your local, pasture raised eggs and meat.  Find hand-spun wools and other hand-made gifts.Every week we will have musicians playing on the green, you are invited to come dance, play, eat or just relax and enjoy your Friday evening with us.

One Friday each month is dedicated to a special market day:

Summer Solstice Celebration – June 21st
Children’s Day – July 26th
Barbeque Day- August 23rd
Customer Appreciation Day – September 27th
Cider Day – October 11th

Please visit our Facebook page for more updates on the market, our vendors, and our special days!

Westminster Farmers Market

The Westminster Farmers' Market is committed to enhancing their local economy by bringing together local food producers and making their products easily available to the public.

Grass-fed beef, Pastured Pork, Goat Cheese, Cheddars and Goudas, Milk, Artisan Breads, fruits, vegetables, flowers, plants, seedlings,eggs, artisan soaps, handcrafted cutting boards, bird houses, jewelry, alpaca wool, household items and crafts, fudge, wood-fired pizza, pesto, salsa, ice cream

www.westminstermafarmersmarket.com

www.facebook.com/pg/Westminster-Farmers-Market-133750303302808

Every Friday afternoon they have local musicians creating an upbeat atmosphere that keeps the market hoping.  See calendar listing for Entertainment At The Gazebo

 

Petersham Farmer Market

Time: (10:00am - 1:00pm)

At the Petersham Friday Market, more than a dozen local farm families and crafters offer organic produce, fresh corn and other produce, locally raised meat, chicken, local eggs, local honey, baked goods, home-baked dog cookies, herbal remedies, handmade soaps and other craft items. The menu of choices changes with the seasons.
Also promotes programs offered by Petersham Grange 95 and by local healthcare and social service accessible place from which those groups can deliver information to the public.
The Friday Market offers its program of free music each Friday

June 7th – Lunar Carnival

June 14th – Nate Martel

June21st – The Equalites

June 28th – Evan Goodrow

July 5th – Andrew Moon Bain

July 12th – Elly Vaugham

July 19th – Spinelli

July 26th – The Hip Swayers

August 2nd  - Erin Harpe

August 9th – New England Weather

August 23rd – Stillwater String Band

August 30th – TBA

September 6th – Chris Houston

September 13th – Joel Cage

September 20th – Drew Paton

September 27th – TBA

October 4th – TBA

October 11th – Party of 2

October 18th – TBA

07/13/2019 (Saturday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Greenfield Farmers' Market

Time: (8:00am - 12:30pm)

Saturdays (Rain or Shine)

44th Season

Since 1975, the Greenfield Farmers' Market has provided an open-air community marketplace for fresh, high-quality local agricultural products and crafts in Franklin County. Surrounded by some of the nation's most fertile farmland, the Greenfield farmers' Market has grown into one of the largest, most diverse farmers' markets in the Pioneer Valley. all of the products at the market are grown or produced by the farmers and craftspeople selling them.

Locally grown vegetables and fruits, Pasture-raised meats and eggs, Farmstead cheeses, Maple syrup and honey, Cut flowers and seasonal bedding plants, Artisan bread and baked goods, Handmade crafts, Live music and Cooking demos. For a complete list of vendors and a calendar of events please visit the website.

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Ashfield Farmers' Market

Time: (9:00am - 1:00pm)

Whether your visiting from the city or suburbs or a local resident, a farmers' market is not too far from you. From now until late fall, you can find local growers set up with their canopies and colorful displays of just-harvested fruits and vegetables in town squares, parks. At many farmers' markets you will also find an array of other farm products, including baked goods, jams and jellies, maple products, honey, farmstead cheeses, flowers, turkey products and eggs and some with other crafters. The festive atmosphere and fresh food will certainly please all your sense

Who's at the market: Atherton Farm(Buckland), Bear Meadow Apiary, Bear Swamp Orchards, Bug Hill Berry & Flower Farm, Sangha Fram/Tava Cheese, Sidehill Farm, Springwater Farm & Steady Lane Farm (Ashfield) Manda Organic Farm (Plainfield) Changes weekly

Facebook.com/ashfieldfarmersmarket

Athol Farmers' Market

Time: (9:00am - 12:00pm)

Whether your visiting from the city or suburbs or a local resident, a farmers' market is not too far from you. From now until late fall, you can find local growers set up with their canopies and colorful displays of just-harvested fruits and vegetables in town squares, parks. At many farmers' markets you will also find an array of other farm products, including baked goods, jams and jellies, maple products, honey, farmstead cheeses, flowers, turkey products and eggs and some with other crafters. The festive atmosphere and fresh food will certainly please all your senses.

facebook.com/athol-farmers-market

Williamstown Farmers' Market

Time: (9:00am - 1:00pm)

The Williamstown Farmers Market provides a lovely setting for community gathering and interaction with local growers, artisans, producers, bakers and food-makers. We welcome Williamstown residents and visitors to share in our vendors’ wealth of knowledge and skills, to learn more about and support local agriculture and production.

Bring relatives, friends, and the kind stranger you just met along with you to the market, where you’ll find a wide variety of wonderful products. See the vibrant colors of our farmers vegetables, feel the soft yarns of knit clothes, smell the delicious breads, admire the workmanship of sturdy pottery and delicate jewelry, taste samples of maple candy and hickory syrup, hear lovely instrumental music, and experience so much more!

North Adams Farmers' Market

Time: (9:00am - 1:00pm)

The city of North Adams Farmers Market happens for 20 weeks from early June through late October. The market is dedicated to providing the community with fresh, locally produced foods and supporting area farms and food producers. The market is a producer-only market offering a variety of fruits, vegetables and more for those looking for delicious and healthy eating alternatives. Patrons of the market can find fresh fruits and vegetables, greens, canned goods, baked goods, eggs, flowers, meat, skincare and artisan crafts. The market proudly accepts SNAP

Live acoustic music is featured at the market from 10 a.m. to noon.


facebook.com/north-adams-farmers-market

Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: A Strawberry in Winter - Making Fruit Preserves @ Historic Deerfield

Summer is a time for fresh berries – strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries ripen quickly for short, sweet seasons. Come see how early New England cooks preserved the sweet berries of summer to enjoy all year long.

Bernardston Farmers' Market

Time: (10:00am - 1:00pm)

Whether your visiting from the city or suburbs or a local resident, a farmers' market is not too far from you. From now until late fall, you can find local growers set up with their canopies and colorful displays of just-harvested fruits and vegetables in town squares, parks. At many farmers' markets you will also find an array of other farm products, including baked goods, jams and jellies, maple products, honey, farmstead cheeses, flowers, turkey products and eggs and some with other crafters.The festive atmosphere and fresh food will certainly please all your senses. Note new location

Entertainment at the Gazebo in Westminster

Every Friday afternoon we have local musicians creating an upbeat atmosphere that keeps the market hoping. 

Entertainment At The Gazebo

2019 Schedule - (subject to change without notice due to artist cancellations and/or weather- related issues)

May 3rd -  Ed Brogan
May 10th - Joe Reidy
May 17th - Nate Grigos
May 24th - The Dales
May 31st -Jeff Mendoza    
June 7th - Joe Reidy
June 14th -The Dales
June 21st - Brian Dickens
June 28th - Ed Brogan
July 5th - Sean Fullerton
July 12th - Joe Reidy
July 19th - TBD
July 26th -Sean Fullerton
August  2nd - Hip Swayers
August  9th - Ed Brogan
August  16th - Jeff Mendoza
August  23rd - Mike Meehan’s Band
August  30th - Sean Fullerton
September  6th - The Dales
September  13th - Joe Reidy
September  20th - Kathy Swantee
September  27th - Jeff Mendoza
October  4th -  Hip Swayers
October 11th - Nate Grigos
October 18th- The Dales
October 25th - Brian Dickens

 

Did You Know? A Guided Walking Tour

There is more to the Clark's 140-acre campus than meets the eye. This one-hour guided walking tour explores our picturesque landscape, highlighting features that are unknown to many visitors. From outdoor installations to our ongoing sustainability initiative, discover the hidden stories behind the natural beauty of our grounds. You can expect a few surprises along the way!


This activity, appropriate for all ages, is moderate in activity level. Proper footwear is encouraged. Severe weather cancels this event.
Registration is not required, but space is limited to twenty people on a first-come, first-served basis.
Meet at the Orientation Center, located outside the Clark Center entrance.

Saturdays - July 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th   August 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th & 31st

07/14/2019 (Sunday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

07/15/2019 (Monday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Community Tai Chi

Mondays in July and August, 9–10 am

Take a moment each week to reflect and refocus with tai chi on the Fernández Terrace. This free weekly class with certified instructors from Berkshire Tai Chi is well-suited for both experienced practitioners and newcomers. Explore strengthening poses and find a greater state of mindfulness while surrounded by the beauty of nature and modern architecture on the Clark's Fernández Terrace. Comfortable clothing and footwear encouraged.

Continue the morning in the galleries during Reflections, a weekly gallery experience that invites visitors to look within and approach the familiar from a new perspective. Free with gallery admission.

July 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th    August 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th

07/16/2019 (Tuesday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Open Hours: Works on Paper at the Clark

During special summer open hours, explore the Clark’s permanent collection of prints, drawings, and photographs housed in the Manton Study Center for Works on Paper. Each Tuesday, a changing display related to the next day’s Works on Paper Highlights Talk will be on view. Enjoy a close look at these hidden treasures of the collection in company with Clark staff members and get better acquainted with this extraordinary resource. The program is free and open to the public.

 The Manton Study Center for Works on Paper is located next to the exhibition Ida O’Keeffe: Escaping Georgia’s Shadow, in the Manton Research Center.

Tuesdays - July 9th, 16th, 23rd & 30th   August 6th, 13th & 20th

07/17/2019 (Wednesday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Great Falls Farmers' Market @ Turners Falls

Time: (2:00pm - 6:00pm)

Whether your visiting from the city or suburbs or a local resident, a farmers' market is not too far from you. From now until late fall, you can find local growers set up with their canopies and colorful displays of just-harvested fruits and vegetables in town squares, parks. At many farmers' markets you will also find an array of other farm products, including baked goods, jams and jellies, maple products, honey, farmstead cheeses, flowers, turkey products and eggs and some with other crafters. The festive atmosphere and fresh food will certainly please all your senses. Note new location

greatfallsfarmersmarketturners.blogspot.com

Did You Know? A Guided Walking Tour

There is more to the Clark's 140-acre campus than meets the eye. This one-hour guided walking tour explores our picturesque landscape, highlighting features that are unknown to many visitors. From outdoor installations to our ongoing sustainability initiative, discover the hidden stories behind the natural beauty of our grounds. You can expect a few surprises along the way!


This activity, appropriate for all ages, is moderate in activity level. Proper footwear is encouraged. Severe weather cancels this event.
Registration is not required, but space is limited to twenty people on a first-come, first-served basis.
Meet at the Orientation Center, located outside the Clark Center entrance.

Wednesdays - July 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th & 31st  August 7th, 14th, 21st & 28th

The Concerts at Windsor Lake

The Concerts at Windsor Lake - 200 Windsor Lake Road (at the intersection of Bradley Street & Kemp Ave)North Adams, MA  01247

A free concert series taking place at one of the most beautiful spots in the city, and feature great local talent. Kayaking, canoeing, swimming, and fishing are all allowed

at the lake. Very family friendly.

Wednesday June – August from 6:30 - 8:00 PM, unless otherwise noted.

June 5th  - Common Folk Jam

June 12th - Misty Blues (blues)

June 19th - Trio Candela (world)

June 26th -Legal Tender (rock)

July 3rd -  Champagne Jam (blues/rock covers)

July 10th - The Spurs USA (country/western)

July 17th - Born IV Blues (blues)

July 24th - The Matchstick Architects (original rock) 6:00-7 PM

July 24th - Bang on A Can, 7:15 - 8:30 PM

July 31st - Lita Williams

August 7th -The Eagles Community Band (big band/oldies)

August 14th - No Concert tonight – see you at the Downtown Celebration

August 21st - JP Murphy (celtic/ traditional Irish)

August 28th - Rebel Alliance (Rock/ Reggae)

Presented by Greylock Federal Credit Union and the Office of Tourism and Community

07/18/2019 (Thursday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Orange Farmers' Market

Time: (3:00pm - 6:00pm)

Whether your visiting from the city or suburbs or a local resident, a farmers' market is not too far from you. From now until late fall, you can find local growers set up with their canopies and colorful displays of just-harvested fruits and vegetables in town squares, parks. At many farmers' markets you will also find an array of other farm products, including baked goods, jams and jellies, maple products, honey, farmstead cheeses, flowers, turkey products and eggs and some with other crafters. The festive atmosphere and fresh food will certainly please all your senses.  Kids Corner Activities Tent

facebook.com/orangefarmersmarket

10th Annual Party in the Park

Party in the Park is an annual summer concert series for the whole family that is free and open the public. The shows run every Thursday night July & August  starting at 6:00pm and ending at 8:00pm at the Noel Field behind the Steeplecats baseball diamond. With ample seating and plenty of food vendors, this is a great opportunity to unwind at the end of the day with some rock n’ roll and good company. This free concert series every Thursday from 6-8pm in July and August is organized by WUPE FM and WNAW!

Here is the 2019 -  9th Annual  Party in the Park lineup:

July 11th – Shyne

July 18th – Generation X

July 25th – Whiskey City

August 1st – Legal Tender

August 8th – Raw N Reckless

August 15th – Critical Mass

August 22nd – The Brave Brothers

Brought to you by Bedard Brothers & Greylock Federal Credit Union.

http://www.wupe.com

http://www.explorenorthadams.com


07/19/2019 (Friday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Shelburne Falls Farmers' Market

Time: (2:00pm - 6:00pm)

Drop by for some fresh, local vegetables from our wonderful growers. Purchase fresh, home-made bread and other treats. Pick up your local, pasture raised eggs and meat.  Find hand-spun wools and other hand-made gifts.Every week we will have musicians playing on the green, you are invited to come dance, play, eat or just relax and enjoy your Friday evening with us.

One Friday each month is dedicated to a special market day:

Summer Solstice Celebration – June 21st
Children’s Day – July 26th
Barbeque Day- August 23rd
Customer Appreciation Day – September 27th
Cider Day – October 11th

Please visit our Facebook page for more updates on the market, our vendors, and our special days!

Westminster Farmers Market

The Westminster Farmers' Market is committed to enhancing their local economy by bringing together local food producers and making their products easily available to the public.

Grass-fed beef, Pastured Pork, Goat Cheese, Cheddars and Goudas, Milk, Artisan Breads, fruits, vegetables, flowers, plants, seedlings,eggs, artisan soaps, handcrafted cutting boards, bird houses, jewelry, alpaca wool, household items and crafts, fudge, wood-fired pizza, pesto, salsa, ice cream

www.westminstermafarmersmarket.com

www.facebook.com/pg/Westminster-Farmers-Market-133750303302808

Every Friday afternoon they have local musicians creating an upbeat atmosphere that keeps the market hoping.  See calendar listing for Entertainment At The Gazebo

 

Petersham Farmer Market

Time: (10:00am - 1:00pm)

At the Petersham Friday Market, more than a dozen local farm families and crafters offer organic produce, fresh corn and other produce, locally raised meat, chicken, local eggs, local honey, baked goods, home-baked dog cookies, herbal remedies, handmade soaps and other craft items. The menu of choices changes with the seasons.
Also promotes programs offered by Petersham Grange 95 and by local healthcare and social service accessible place from which those groups can deliver information to the public.
The Friday Market offers its program of free music each Friday

June 7th – Lunar Carnival

June 14th – Nate Martel

June21st – The Equalites

June 28th – Evan Goodrow

July 5th – Andrew Moon Bain

July 12th – Elly Vaugham

July 19th – Spinelli

July 26th – The Hip Swayers

August 2nd  - Erin Harpe

August 9th – New England Weather

August 23rd – Stillwater String Band

August 30th – TBA

September 6th – Chris Houston

September 13th – Joel Cage

September 20th – Drew Paton

September 27th – TBA

October 4th – TBA

October 11th – Party of 2

October 18th – TBA

07/20/2019 (Saturday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Greenfield Farmers' Market

Time: (8:00am - 12:30pm)

Saturdays (Rain or Shine)

44th Season

Since 1975, the Greenfield Farmers' Market has provided an open-air community marketplace for fresh, high-quality local agricultural products and crafts in Franklin County. Surrounded by some of the nation's most fertile farmland, the Greenfield farmers' Market has grown into one of the largest, most diverse farmers' markets in the Pioneer Valley. all of the products at the market are grown or produced by the farmers and craftspeople selling them.

Locally grown vegetables and fruits, Pasture-raised meats and eggs, Farmstead cheeses, Maple syrup and honey, Cut flowers and seasonal bedding plants, Artisan bread and baked goods, Handmade crafts, Live music and Cooking demos. For a complete list of vendors and a calendar of events please visit the website.

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Ashfield Farmers' Market

Time: (9:00am - 1:00pm)

Whether your visiting from the city or suburbs or a local resident, a farmers' market is not too far from you. From now until late fall, you can find local growers set up with their canopies and colorful displays of just-harvested fruits and vegetables in town squares, parks. At many farmers' markets you will also find an array of other farm products, including baked goods, jams and jellies, maple products, honey, farmstead cheeses, flowers, turkey products and eggs and some with other crafters. The festive atmosphere and fresh food will certainly please all your sense

Who's at the market: Atherton Farm(Buckland), Bear Meadow Apiary, Bear Swamp Orchards, Bug Hill Berry & Flower Farm, Sangha Fram/Tava Cheese, Sidehill Farm, Springwater Farm & Steady Lane Farm (Ashfield) Manda Organic Farm (Plainfield) Changes weekly

Facebook.com/ashfieldfarmersmarket

Athol Farmers' Market

Time: (9:00am - 12:00pm)

Whether your visiting from the city or suburbs or a local resident, a farmers' market is not too far from you. From now until late fall, you can find local growers set up with their canopies and colorful displays of just-harvested fruits and vegetables in town squares, parks. At many farmers' markets you will also find an array of other farm products, including baked goods, jams and jellies, maple products, honey, farmstead cheeses, flowers, turkey products and eggs and some with other crafters. The festive atmosphere and fresh food will certainly please all your senses.

facebook.com/athol-farmers-market

Williamstown Farmers' Market

Time: (9:00am - 1:00pm)

The Williamstown Farmers Market provides a lovely setting for community gathering and interaction with local growers, artisans, producers, bakers and food-makers. We welcome Williamstown residents and visitors to share in our vendors’ wealth of knowledge and skills, to learn more about and support local agriculture and production.

Bring relatives, friends, and the kind stranger you just met along with you to the market, where you’ll find a wide variety of wonderful products. See the vibrant colors of our farmers vegetables, feel the soft yarns of knit clothes, smell the delicious breads, admire the workmanship of sturdy pottery and delicate jewelry, taste samples of maple candy and hickory syrup, hear lovely instrumental music, and experience so much more!

North Adams Farmers' Market

Time: (9:00am - 1:00pm)

The city of North Adams Farmers Market happens for 20 weeks from early June through late October. The market is dedicated to providing the community with fresh, locally produced foods and supporting area farms and food producers. The market is a producer-only market offering a variety of fruits, vegetables and more for those looking for delicious and healthy eating alternatives. Patrons of the market can find fresh fruits and vegetables, greens, canned goods, baked goods, eggs, flowers, meat, skincare and artisan crafts. The market proudly accepts SNAP

Live acoustic music is featured at the market from 10 a.m. to noon.


facebook.com/north-adams-farmers-market

Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: A Strawberry in Winter - Making Fruit Preserves @ Historic Deerfield

Summer is a time for fresh berries – strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries ripen quickly for short, sweet seasons. Come see how early New England cooks preserved the sweet berries of summer to enjoy all year long.

Bernardston Farmers' Market

Time: (10:00am - 1:00pm)

Whether your visiting from the city or suburbs or a local resident, a farmers' market is not too far from you. From now until late fall, you can find local growers set up with their canopies and colorful displays of just-harvested fruits and vegetables in town squares, parks. At many farmers' markets you will also find an array of other farm products, including baked goods, jams and jellies, maple products, honey, farmstead cheeses, flowers, turkey products and eggs and some with other crafters.The festive atmosphere and fresh food will certainly please all your senses. Note new location

Entertainment at the Gazebo in Westminster

Every Friday afternoon we have local musicians creating an upbeat atmosphere that keeps the market hoping. 

Entertainment At The Gazebo

2019 Schedule - (subject to change without notice due to artist cancellations and/or weather- related issues)

May 3rd -  Ed Brogan
May 10th - Joe Reidy
May 17th - Nate Grigos
May 24th - The Dales
May 31st -Jeff Mendoza    
June 7th - Joe Reidy
June 14th -The Dales
June 21st - Brian Dickens
June 28th - Ed Brogan
July 5th - Sean Fullerton
July 12th - Joe Reidy
July 19th - TBD
July 26th -Sean Fullerton
August  2nd - Hip Swayers
August  9th - Ed Brogan
August  16th - Jeff Mendoza
August  23rd - Mike Meehan’s Band
August  30th - Sean Fullerton
September  6th - The Dales
September  13th - Joe Reidy
September  20th - Kathy Swantee
September  27th - Jeff Mendoza
October  4th -  Hip Swayers
October 11th - Nate Grigos
October 18th- The Dales
October 25th - Brian Dickens

 

Did You Know? A Guided Walking Tour

There is more to the Clark's 140-acre campus than meets the eye. This one-hour guided walking tour explores our picturesque landscape, highlighting features that are unknown to many visitors. From outdoor installations to our ongoing sustainability initiative, discover the hidden stories behind the natural beauty of our grounds. You can expect a few surprises along the way!


This activity, appropriate for all ages, is moderate in activity level. Proper footwear is encouraged. Severe weather cancels this event.
Registration is not required, but space is limited to twenty people on a first-come, first-served basis.
Meet at the Orientation Center, located outside the Clark Center entrance.

Saturdays - July 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th   August 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th & 31st

07/21/2019 (Sunday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

07/22/2019 (Monday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Community Tai Chi

Mondays in July and August, 9–10 am

Take a moment each week to reflect and refocus with tai chi on the Fernández Terrace. This free weekly class with certified instructors from Berkshire Tai Chi is well-suited for both experienced practitioners and newcomers. Explore strengthening poses and find a greater state of mindfulness while surrounded by the beauty of nature and modern architecture on the Clark's Fernández Terrace. Comfortable clothing and footwear encouraged.

Continue the morning in the galleries during Reflections, a weekly gallery experience that invites visitors to look within and approach the familiar from a new perspective. Free with gallery admission.

July 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th    August 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th

07/23/2019 (Tuesday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Open Hours: Works on Paper at the Clark

During special summer open hours, explore the Clark’s permanent collection of prints, drawings, and photographs housed in the Manton Study Center for Works on Paper. Each Tuesday, a changing display related to the next day’s Works on Paper Highlights Talk will be on view. Enjoy a close look at these hidden treasures of the collection in company with Clark staff members and get better acquainted with this extraordinary resource. The program is free and open to the public.

 The Manton Study Center for Works on Paper is located next to the exhibition Ida O’Keeffe: Escaping Georgia’s Shadow, in the Manton Research Center.

Tuesdays - July 9th, 16th, 23rd & 30th   August 6th, 13th & 20th

07/24/2019 (Wednesday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Great Falls Farmers' Market @ Turners Falls

Time: (2:00pm - 6:00pm)

Whether your visiting from the city or suburbs or a local resident, a farmers' market is not too far from you. From now until late fall, you can find local growers set up with their canopies and colorful displays of just-harvested fruits and vegetables in town squares, parks. At many farmers' markets you will also find an array of other farm products, including baked goods, jams and jellies, maple products, honey, farmstead cheeses, flowers, turkey products and eggs and some with other crafters. The festive atmosphere and fresh food will certainly please all your senses. Note new location

greatfallsfarmersmarketturners.blogspot.com

Did You Know? A Guided Walking Tour

There is more to the Clark's 140-acre campus than meets the eye. This one-hour guided walking tour explores our picturesque landscape, highlighting features that are unknown to many visitors. From outdoor installations to our ongoing sustainability initiative, discover the hidden stories behind the natural beauty of our grounds. You can expect a few surprises along the way!


This activity, appropriate for all ages, is moderate in activity level. Proper footwear is encouraged. Severe weather cancels this event.
Registration is not required, but space is limited to twenty people on a first-come, first-served basis.
Meet at the Orientation Center, located outside the Clark Center entrance.

Wednesdays - July 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th & 31st  August 7th, 14th, 21st & 28th

The Concerts at Windsor Lake

The Concerts at Windsor Lake - 200 Windsor Lake Road (at the intersection of Bradley Street & Kemp Ave)North Adams, MA  01247

A free concert series taking place at one of the most beautiful spots in the city, and feature great local talent. Kayaking, canoeing, swimming, and fishing are all allowed

at the lake. Very family friendly.

Wednesday June – August from 6:30 - 8:00 PM, unless otherwise noted.

June 5th  - Common Folk Jam

June 12th - Misty Blues (blues)

June 19th - Trio Candela (world)

June 26th -Legal Tender (rock)

July 3rd -  Champagne Jam (blues/rock covers)

July 10th - The Spurs USA (country/western)

July 17th - Born IV Blues (blues)

July 24th - The Matchstick Architects (original rock) 6:00-7 PM

July 24th - Bang on A Can, 7:15 - 8:30 PM

July 31st - Lita Williams

August 7th -The Eagles Community Band (big band/oldies)

August 14th - No Concert tonight – see you at the Downtown Celebration

August 21st - JP Murphy (celtic/ traditional Irish)

August 28th - Rebel Alliance (Rock/ Reggae)

Presented by Greylock Federal Credit Union and the Office of Tourism and Community

07/25/2019 (Thursday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Orange Farmers' Market

Time: (3:00pm - 6:00pm)

Whether your visiting from the city or suburbs or a local resident, a farmers' market is not too far from you. From now until late fall, you can find local growers set up with their canopies and colorful displays of just-harvested fruits and vegetables in town squares, parks. At many farmers' markets you will also find an array of other farm products, including baked goods, jams and jellies, maple products, honey, farmstead cheeses, flowers, turkey products and eggs and some with other crafters. The festive atmosphere and fresh food will certainly please all your senses.  Kids Corner Activities Tent

facebook.com/orangefarmersmarket

10th Annual Party in the Park

Party in the Park is an annual summer concert series for the whole family that is free and open the public. The shows run every Thursday night July & August  starting at 6:00pm and ending at 8:00pm at the Noel Field behind the Steeplecats baseball diamond. With ample seating and plenty of food vendors, this is a great opportunity to unwind at the end of the day with some rock n’ roll and good company. This free concert series every Thursday from 6-8pm in July and August is organized by WUPE FM and WNAW!

Here is the 2019 -  9th Annual  Party in the Park lineup:

July 11th – Shyne

July 18th – Generation X

July 25th – Whiskey City

August 1st – Legal Tender

August 8th – Raw N Reckless

August 15th – Critical Mass

August 22nd – The Brave Brothers

Brought to you by Bedard Brothers & Greylock Federal Credit Union.

http://www.wupe.com

http://www.explorenorthadams.com


07/26/2019 (Friday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Shelburne Falls Farmers' Market

Time: (2:00pm - 6:00pm)

Drop by for some fresh, local vegetables from our wonderful growers. Purchase fresh, home-made bread and other treats. Pick up your local, pasture raised eggs and meat.  Find hand-spun wools and other hand-made gifts.Every week we will have musicians playing on the green, you are invited to come dance, play, eat or just relax and enjoy your Friday evening with us.

One Friday each month is dedicated to a special market day:

Summer Solstice Celebration – June 21st
Children’s Day – July 26th
Barbeque Day- August 23rd
Customer Appreciation Day – September 27th
Cider Day – October 11th

Please visit our Facebook page for more updates on the market, our vendors, and our special days!

Westminster Farmers Market

The Westminster Farmers' Market is committed to enhancing their local economy by bringing together local food producers and making their products easily available to the public.

Grass-fed beef, Pastured Pork, Goat Cheese, Cheddars and Goudas, Milk, Artisan Breads, fruits, vegetables, flowers, plants, seedlings,eggs, artisan soaps, handcrafted cutting boards, bird houses, jewelry, alpaca wool, household items and crafts, fudge, wood-fired pizza, pesto, salsa, ice cream

www.westminstermafarmersmarket.com

www.facebook.com/pg/Westminster-Farmers-Market-133750303302808

Every Friday afternoon they have local musicians creating an upbeat atmosphere that keeps the market hoping.  See calendar listing for Entertainment At The Gazebo

 

Petersham Farmer Market

Time: (10:00am - 1:00pm)

At the Petersham Friday Market, more than a dozen local farm families and crafters offer organic produce, fresh corn and other produce, locally raised meat, chicken, local eggs, local honey, baked goods, home-baked dog cookies, herbal remedies, handmade soaps and other craft items. The menu of choices changes with the seasons.
Also promotes programs offered by Petersham Grange 95 and by local healthcare and social service accessible place from which those groups can deliver information to the public.
The Friday Market offers its program of free music each Friday

June 7th – Lunar Carnival

June 14th – Nate Martel

June21st – The Equalites

June 28th – Evan Goodrow

July 5th – Andrew Moon Bain

July 12th – Elly Vaugham

July 19th – Spinelli

July 26th – The Hip Swayers

August 2nd  - Erin Harpe

August 9th – New England Weather

August 23rd – Stillwater String Band

August 30th – TBA

September 6th – Chris Houston

September 13th – Joel Cage

September 20th – Drew Paton

September 27th – TBA

October 4th – TBA

October 11th – Party of 2

October 18th – TBA

07/27/2019 (Saturday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Greenfield Farmers' Market

Time: (8:00am - 12:30pm)

Saturdays (Rain or Shine)

44th Season

Since 1975, the Greenfield Farmers' Market has provided an open-air community marketplace for fresh, high-quality local agricultural products and crafts in Franklin County. Surrounded by some of the nation's most fertile farmland, the Greenfield farmers' Market has grown into one of the largest, most diverse farmers' markets in the Pioneer Valley. all of the products at the market are grown or produced by the farmers and craftspeople selling them.

Locally grown vegetables and fruits, Pasture-raised meats and eggs, Farmstead cheeses, Maple syrup and honey, Cut flowers and seasonal bedding plants, Artisan bread and baked goods, Handmade crafts, Live music and Cooking demos. For a complete list of vendors and a calendar of events please visit the website.

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Ashfield Farmers' Market

Time: (9:00am - 1:00pm)

Whether your visiting from the city or suburbs or a local resident, a farmers' market is not too far from you. From now until late fall, you can find local growers set up with their canopies and colorful displays of just-harvested fruits and vegetables in town squares, parks. At many farmers' markets you will also find an array of other farm products, including baked goods, jams and jellies, maple products, honey, farmstead cheeses, flowers, turkey products and eggs and some with other crafters. The festive atmosphere and fresh food will certainly please all your sense

Who's at the market: Atherton Farm(Buckland), Bear Meadow Apiary, Bear Swamp Orchards, Bug Hill Berry & Flower Farm, Sangha Fram/Tava Cheese, Sidehill Farm, Springwater Farm & Steady Lane Farm (Ashfield) Manda Organic Farm (Plainfield) Changes weekly

Facebook.com/ashfieldfarmersmarket

Athol Farmers' Market

Time: (9:00am - 12:00pm)

Whether your visiting from the city or suburbs or a local resident, a farmers' market is not too far from you. From now until late fall, you can find local growers set up with their canopies and colorful displays of just-harvested fruits and vegetables in town squares, parks. At many farmers' markets you will also find an array of other farm products, including baked goods, jams and jellies, maple products, honey, farmstead cheeses, flowers, turkey products and eggs and some with other crafters. The festive atmosphere and fresh food will certainly please all your senses.

facebook.com/athol-farmers-market

Williamstown Farmers' Market

Time: (9:00am - 1:00pm)

The Williamstown Farmers Market provides a lovely setting for community gathering and interaction with local growers, artisans, producers, bakers and food-makers. We welcome Williamstown residents and visitors to share in our vendors’ wealth of knowledge and skills, to learn more about and support local agriculture and production.

Bring relatives, friends, and the kind stranger you just met along with you to the market, where you’ll find a wide variety of wonderful products. See the vibrant colors of our farmers vegetables, feel the soft yarns of knit clothes, smell the delicious breads, admire the workmanship of sturdy pottery and delicate jewelry, taste samples of maple candy and hickory syrup, hear lovely instrumental music, and experience so much more!

North Adams Farmers' Market

Time: (9:00am - 1:00pm)

The city of North Adams Farmers Market happens for 20 weeks from early June through late October. The market is dedicated to providing the community with fresh, locally produced foods and supporting area farms and food producers. The market is a producer-only market offering a variety of fruits, vegetables and more for those looking for delicious and healthy eating alternatives. Patrons of the market can find fresh fruits and vegetables, greens, canned goods, baked goods, eggs, flowers, meat, skincare and artisan crafts. The market proudly accepts SNAP

Live acoustic music is featured at the market from 10 a.m. to noon.


facebook.com/north-adams-farmers-market

Open Hearth Cooking Demonstration: A Strawberry in Winter - Making Fruit Preserves @ Historic Deerfield

Summer is a time for fresh berries – strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries ripen quickly for short, sweet seasons. Come see how early New England cooks preserved the sweet berries of summer to enjoy all year long.

Bernardston Farmers' Market

Time: (10:00am - 1:00pm)

Whether your visiting from the city or suburbs or a local resident, a farmers' market is not too far from you. From now until late fall, you can find local growers set up with their canopies and colorful displays of just-harvested fruits and vegetables in town squares, parks. At many farmers' markets you will also find an array of other farm products, including baked goods, jams and jellies, maple products, honey, farmstead cheeses, flowers, turkey products and eggs and some with other crafters.The festive atmosphere and fresh food will certainly please all your senses. Note new location

Entertainment at the Gazebo in Westminster

Every Friday afternoon we have local musicians creating an upbeat atmosphere that keeps the market hoping. 

Entertainment At The Gazebo

2019 Schedule - (subject to change without notice due to artist cancellations and/or weather- related issues)

May 3rd -  Ed Brogan
May 10th - Joe Reidy
May 17th - Nate Grigos
May 24th - The Dales
May 31st -Jeff Mendoza    
June 7th - Joe Reidy
June 14th -The Dales
June 21st - Brian Dickens
June 28th - Ed Brogan
July 5th - Sean Fullerton
July 12th - Joe Reidy
July 19th - TBD
July 26th -Sean Fullerton
August  2nd - Hip Swayers
August  9th - Ed Brogan
August  16th - Jeff Mendoza
August  23rd - Mike Meehan’s Band
August  30th - Sean Fullerton
September  6th - The Dales
September  13th - Joe Reidy
September  20th - Kathy Swantee
September  27th - Jeff Mendoza
October  4th -  Hip Swayers
October 11th - Nate Grigos
October 18th- The Dales
October 25th - Brian Dickens

 

Did You Know? A Guided Walking Tour

There is more to the Clark's 140-acre campus than meets the eye. This one-hour guided walking tour explores our picturesque landscape, highlighting features that are unknown to many visitors. From outdoor installations to our ongoing sustainability initiative, discover the hidden stories behind the natural beauty of our grounds. You can expect a few surprises along the way!


This activity, appropriate for all ages, is moderate in activity level. Proper footwear is encouraged. Severe weather cancels this event.
Registration is not required, but space is limited to twenty people on a first-come, first-served basis.
Meet at the Orientation Center, located outside the Clark Center entrance.

Saturdays - July 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th   August 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th & 31st

07/28/2019 (Sunday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

07/29/2019 (Monday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Community Tai Chi

Mondays in July and August, 9–10 am

Take a moment each week to reflect and refocus with tai chi on the Fernández Terrace. This free weekly class with certified instructors from Berkshire Tai Chi is well-suited for both experienced practitioners and newcomers. Explore strengthening poses and find a greater state of mindfulness while surrounded by the beauty of nature and modern architecture on the Clark's Fernández Terrace. Comfortable clothing and footwear encouraged.

Continue the morning in the galleries during Reflections, a weekly gallery experience that invites visitors to look within and approach the familiar from a new perspective. Free with gallery admission.

July 8th, 15th, 22nd & 29th    August 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th

07/30/2019 (Tuesday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Open Hours: Works on Paper at the Clark

During special summer open hours, explore the Clark’s permanent collection of prints, drawings, and photographs housed in the Manton Study Center for Works on Paper. Each Tuesday, a changing display related to the next day’s Works on Paper Highlights Talk will be on view. Enjoy a close look at these hidden treasures of the collection in company with Clark staff members and get better acquainted with this extraordinary resource. The program is free and open to the public.

 The Manton Study Center for Works on Paper is located next to the exhibition Ida O’Keeffe: Escaping Georgia’s Shadow, in the Manton Research Center.

Tuesdays - July 9th, 16th, 23rd & 30th   August 6th, 13th & 20th

07/31/2019 (Wednesday)

Janice Kerbel - Slip

Building #6

At once poetic and darkly comedic, Janice Kerbel’s Slip uses graphic musical notation to imagine the trajectory of a body in mortal peril as it slips on a banana peel. Moving from very small to very large print along an upward curve before suddenly crashing downward, Slip unfolds across more than 100 running feet of wallspace in MASS MoCA’s newly renovated B6: The Robert W. Wilson Building. The work calls on the history of graphic notation, physical comedy, and concrete poetry to create a visual representation of a brief moment across both space and time. Situated just outside of the new galleries devoted to the musical instruments of Gunnar Schonbeck and works by experimental musician and artist Laurie Anderson, Slip conflates visual art and musical performance — cornerstones of MASS MoCA’s program — at a grand architectural scale.

 

Great Falls Farmers' Market @ Turners Falls

Time: (2:00pm - 6:00pm)

Whether your visiting from the city or suburbs or a local resident, a farmers' market is not too far from you. From now until late fall, you can find local growers set up with their canopies and colorful displays of just-harvested fruits and vegetables in town squares, parks. At many farmers' markets you will also find an array of other farm products, including baked goods, jams and jellies, maple products, honey, farmstead cheeses, flowers, turkey products and eggs and some with other crafters. The festive atmosphere and fresh food will certainly please all your senses. Note new location

greatfallsfarmersmarketturners.blogspot.com

Did You Know? A Guided Walking Tour

There is more to the Clark's 140-acre campus than meets the eye. This one-hour guided walking tour explores our picturesque landscape, highlighting features that are unknown to many visitors. From outdoor installations to our ongoing sustainability initiative, discover the hidden stories behind the natural beauty of our grounds. You can expect a few surprises along the way!


This activity, appropriate for all ages, is moderate in activity level. Proper footwear is encouraged. Severe weather cancels this event.
Registration is not required, but space is limited to twenty people on a first-come, first-served basis.
Meet at the Orientation Center, located outside the Clark Center entrance.

Wednesdays - July 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th & 31st  August 7th, 14th, 21st & 28th

The Concerts at Windsor Lake

The Concerts at Windsor Lake - 200 Windsor Lake Road (at the intersection of Bradley Street & Kemp Ave)North Adams, MA  01247

A free concert series taking place at one of the most beautiful spots in the city, and feature great local talent. Kayaking, canoeing, swimming, and fishing are all allowed

at the lake. Very family friendly.

Wednesday June – August from 6:30 - 8:00 PM, unless otherwise noted.

June 5th  - Common Folk Jam

June 12th - Misty Blues (blues)

June 19th - Trio Candela (world)

June 26th -Legal Tender (rock)

July 3rd -  Champagne Jam (blues/rock covers)

July 10th - The Spurs USA (country/western)

July 17th - Born IV Blues (blues)

July 24th - The Matchstick Architects (original rock) 6:00-7 PM

July 24th - Bang on A Can, 7:15 - 8:30 PM

July 31st - Lita Williams

August 7th -The Eagles Community Band (big band/oldies)

August 14th - No Concert tonight – see you at the Downtown Celebration

August 21st - JP Murphy (celtic/ traditional Irish)

August 28th - Rebel Alliance (Rock/ Reggae)

Presented by Greylock Federal Credit Union and the Office of Tourism and Community