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Ashfield Fall Festival

Ashfield Town Common Ashfield Town Common, Main Street,, MA, Ashfield, Massachusetts, United States

History The Ashfield Fall Festival began in 1970. While it has grown since that time, the festival remains Ashfield is located in the foothills of the Berkshire Mountains. map From the Rt 91 take 116 North 13 miles to the center of Ashfield. From the north, follow Rt 112 South from Rt 2 (Mohawk Trail) for 10 miles and turn left on Rt 116 South (Main St). From the south and west, follow Rt 9 to Goshen and turn left onto Rt 112 N.  Follow Rt 112 for 5 miles and turn right on Rt 116 South (Main St). Parking Parking is only

Solstice Spiral Walk Ceremony

The Abode of the Message 5 Abode Road, New Lebanon, NY, United States

The spiral walk embraces the light at solstice, entering a time of darkness we go forth with hope to welcome the light of the sun. As the days grow shorter and the mornings and evenings are darker, it is the time of year when we turn inward and celebrate our own inner light. At the spiral walk, we create a celebratory space for our awareness of the winter and the promise for the coming of spring. As the candles are lit, the room glows ever brighter with light which is reflected in this community space. The spiral will be followed

Winter Tree Identification, The Boulders, Dalton

The Boulders Reserve - Dalton Ave Trailhead Dalton Ave, Pittsfield, MA, United States

Enjoy a hike at The Boulders while you get to know trees up close and personal.Enjoy a hike at The Boulders while you get to know trees up close and personal. We will learn techniques to help identify trees in the winter and discuss the natural history of some of our more common species of trees.Difficulty: Moderate (slight elevation change), 2.8 miles round-tripWhat to Bring: Please bring water, wear sturdy footwear and wear layers. Consider snowshoes or microspikes depending on the weather. BNRC has a few pairs of both to loan if needed.Directions:The parking area is to the left of


WINTER WILDLIFE TRACKING with Jim Pelletier and Janice Tassinari.SATURDAYS at 12:30 pm - 3:30 pmFEBRUARY 17thMARCH 16th PLEASE NOTE: Participation is limited to 10 people.PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. PLEASE CALL THE VISITOR CENTER at (413) 499-4262 TO REGISTER. Join Jim Pelletier of Mass Appalachian Trail Management Committee, for a FREE 3-hour guided WINTER WILDLIFE TRACKING exploration! Enjoy a crisp winter’s day exploring nearby woodlands, meadows and streams. See what local wildlife has been up to! Journey off-trail, less than 2-miles, at a leisurely pace with some rough terrain and likely stream crossings. MEET at the MOUNT GREYLOCK VISITOR CENTER.This program is

Full Moon Owl Prowl

Full Moon Owl ProwlFebruary 24, 4 - 7 pmSheep Hill (671 Cold Spring Rd., Williamstown) Come celebrate our local nocturnal feathered friends!Meet live owls and learn about the adaptations that make them such superb hunters of the night with Southern Vermont Natural History Museum, enjoy owl themed crafts and snacks, and join WRL educators on a moonlit hike around Sheep Hill to listen and look for our own owls. All ages welcome! No registration necessary. Details available at questions or accommodations, email [email protected]._______________________________________________________________________Parking at Sheep Hill.There are two small-sized gravel parking lot: one is at the bottom of the