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CJ Field NYE Bash

Purple Pub 65 Spring Street, Williamstown, MA, United States

Come ring in the new year with CJ Field and your Pubfam. Dress to impress, put on your dancing shoes and get ready to boogie the night away!

Songwriting Workshops with Bernice Lewis

The Store at Five Corners 4 New Ashford Rd, Willliamstown, MA, United States

Songwriting Workshop with Bernice Lewis Two Workshops - January 4th & 18th. Attend Either or Both. Open to songwriters and players at all levels. Free and open to all. Learn more about song structure and performance technique. Present songs for feedback, or just come to listen. No experience necessary. Sponsored by Cultural Council of Northern Berkshire and the Mass Cultural Council For more information email [email protected]

Free

Murder in Manchuria: The True Story of a Jewish Virtuoso, Russian Fascists, a French Diplomat, and a Japanese Spy in Occupied China, with Scott Seligman

Yiddish Book Center 1021 West St., Amherst, MA, United States

In Murder in Manchuria, Scott D. Seligman explores an unsolved murder set amid the chaos that reigned in China in the run-up to World War II. Part cold-case thriller and part social history, the true, tragic saga of Kaspé is told in the context of the larger, improbable story of the lives of the twenty thousand Jews who called Harbin home at the beginning of the twentieth century. Scott D. Seligman recounts the events that led to their arrival and their hasty exodus—and solves a crime that has puzzled historians for decades. Scott D. Seligman is a national award-winning writer with special

Free

Pam Ellis -The Berkshire Medium

Bloom Meadows 2422 Hancock Road, Williamstown, MA, United States

Join us on Friday, January 5th, 2024 at Bloom Meadows for an evening with Pam Ellis, The Berkshire Medium!Join us on Friday, January 6th, 2024 at Bloom Meadows for an evening with Pam Ellis, The Berkshire Medium!Pam has helped hundreds of people connect with loved ones who have passed. Experience the comfort of being able to communicate with those who have crossed over. You will find her readings a truly amazing experience.Doors will open at 5:30PM | Event begins at 6PM and ends ay 8PMThis event is expected to sell out, please buy your tickets in advance.Bloom Meadows2422 Hancock Road,

THE BRAT PACK New England’s Raddest 80s Tribute!

22 Waubeek Rd 22 Waubeek Road, Pittsfield, MA, United States

Get ready to transport back to the totally tubular 80s with THE BRAT PACK, New England's most epic 80s tribute event - it's gonna be rad!The Brat Pack is a group of seasoned MA and CT musicians bringing you a fun, energetic 80's tribute show like no other! Their authentic delivery of all your favorite 80's Pop, Rock and New Wave classics will have you reliving your best memories of the early years of MTV. The Brat Pack delivers the sights, sounds and best-of-times feelings of the 80s, every show, every song... Let's Get Weird!​Showtime: 8:00pm (21+)

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

Confessions of a Yiddish Writer: The Life and Work of Chava Rosenfarb

Yiddish Book Center 1021 West St., Amherst, MA, United States

In this new online course, participants will learn about Chava Rosenfarb, a major Yiddish novelist, essayist, and short story writer, who was one of the few writers to compose fiction about the Holocaust in Yiddish. A survivor of Auschwitz and Bergen-Belson, her works remain essential reading on World War II-era and postwar Jewish life. This course is taught by Seb Schulman, director of special projects and partnerships at the Yiddish Book Center, and Rosenfarb’s daugther and translator, Goldie Morgentaler, and will delve into Rosenfarb’s work while considering questions of translation, literary portrayal of genocide and atrocity, and the challenges of

$75 – $100

Rock Voices Williamstown

St. John's Episcopal Church 35 Park Street, Williamstown, MA, United States

30-voice choir performs classic & modern rock & pop songs with a professional band! Join the area's only community rock choir for an evening of rock music like you've never heard it before! The choir is backed up by a full band. Add to that the harmonies of Tony Lechner's arrangements sung by a 30-voice choir and you are in for a real treat. Rock Voices represents everything that is wonderful about Williamstown and The Berkshires: a sense of community, a love of music, and a desire to share that joy with others. But be careful; once you experience this

Confessions of a Yiddish Writer: The Life and Work of Chava Rosenfarb

Yiddish Book Center 1021 West St., Amherst, MA, United States

In this new online course, participants will learn about Chava Rosenfarb, a major Yiddish novelist, essayist, and short story writer, who was one of the few writers to compose fiction about the Holocaust in Yiddish. A survivor of Auschwitz and Bergen-Belson, her works remain essential reading on World War II-era and postwar Jewish life. This course is taught by Seb Schulman, director of special projects and partnerships at the Yiddish Book Center, and Rosenfarb’s daugther and translator, Goldie Morgentaler, and will delve into Rosenfarb’s work while considering questions of translation, literary portrayal of genocide and atrocity, and the challenges of

$75 – $100

Songwriting Workshops with Bernice Lewis

The Store at Five Corners 4 New Ashford Rd, Willliamstown, MA, United States

Songwriting Workshop with Bernice Lewis Two Workshops - January 4th & 18th. Attend Either or Both. Open to songwriters and players at all levels. Free and open to all. Learn more about song structure and performance technique. Present songs for feedback, or just come to listen. No experience necessary. Sponsored by the Cultural Council of Northern Berkshire and the Mass Cultural Council For more information email [email protected]

Free