Josh Aaron McCabe and Jason Asprey appear in the comedic thriller, ‘Accomplice.’
Josh Aaron McCabe and Jason Asprey appear in the comedic thriller, ‘Accomplice.’ (Enrico Spada / Courtesy of Shakespeare & Company)

Thursday

Oct. 31

HALLOWEEN

All Hallows Eve

Multimedia event with MCLA and DownStreet Art, music, costumes, projections. Live music by C Ryder Cooley and the Dust Bowl Fairies, and Shana Falana, psychedelic pop, 8 p.m. at Branch Gallery, 18 Holden St. Opening of ‘Rewilderment: Passing through the veil between worlds,' mixed-media exploation of witchcraft and mediumistic practices, at MCLA Gallery 51. North Adams. www.mcla.edu/presents

Berkshire hauntings

"Haunts, Legends and Ghost Stories" exhibit, North Adams Museum of History and Science in Building 5A Western Gateway Heritage State Park. Open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., North Adams. (413) 664-4700 or visit www.northadamshistory.org.

Lee Outlets

Trick-or-Treating; children can celebrate the fall season during the witching hours of 5-8 p.m. Customer service, in the food court, will offer children free trick-or-treat bags. 17 Premium Outlets Boulevard, Lee. (413) 243-8186.

The Mount

‘Halloween at The Mount' a ghostly reading of Edith Wharton's "Kerfol" near her pet cemetery, 6:30 p.m. with Halloween Ghost Tours to follow at 8:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. 2 Plunkett St., Lenox. (413) 551-5100, edithwharton.org

Stockbridge Grange Hall

Haunted House, 5-9 p.m., Church Street Route 102, Stockbridge.

FILM

EMPAC at RPI

‘House' (Hausu), Obayashi's psychedelicc Japanese cult horror classic, 7:30 p.m. A Door Ajar film seriesTroy, N.Y. (518) 276-3921, empac.rpi.edu

Friday

Nov. 1

COMMUNITY

First Fridays Artswalk

Featuring dozens of artists' work on display in over 20 locations in downtown Pittsfield's Upstreet Cultural District. 5-8 p.m., Pittsfield. Information call (413) 443-6501 or visit discoverpittsfield.com/firstfridaysartswalk

North Adams Museum

"Haunts, Legends and Ghost Stories" exhibit, North Adams Museum of History and Science in Building 5A Western Gateway Heritage State Park. Open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., North Adams. (413) 664-4700 or visit www.northadamshistory.org.

DANCE

The Egg

Tango Fire of Buenos Aires brings art to the stage with twelve spectacular dancers and a quartet of brilliant musicians. Live music! 8 p.m., Lancaster St., Albany, NY. Tickets visit www.theegg.org/events/1210.

KID STUFF

Berkshire Museum

WeeMuse: WeeRead Pajama Night, 5 to 7 p.m. Storytelling, story walks, guests, books and refreshments. Free and open to all. "Museum Adventures" songs, stories, scavenger hunts, for children 18 months to 3 years. 11 to 11:30 a.m., 39 South St., Pittsfield. (413) 443-7171.

MUSIC

UMass Fine Arts Center Concert Hall

Nitin Sawhney, composer and producer, to perform with his trio. 8 p.m. in Auditorium, 131 Holdsworth Way, Amherst.

THEATER

Oldcastle Theatre

"Grandma Moses: An American Primitive" by Stephen Poulit. Tickets call (802) 447-0564. 8 p.m., 331 Main St., Bennington, VT.

Shakespeare & Company

"Accomplice," a daring and sexy thrilling British comedy that is one twisted knot of tension, 7:30 p.m. 70 Kemble St., Lenox. (413) 637-3353.

Saturday

Nov. 2

ART

OMI

A conversation with Tom Doyle; artist talk with sculptor, whose large scale bronze works are currently on view at Omi. 3 p.m., 1405 County Route 22, Ghent N.Y. (518) 392-4747.

Williams College Museum of Art

Artist Senga Nengudi to deliver the Annual Plonsker Family Lecture in Contemporary Art, 3 p.m. Main St., Williamstown.

COMMUNITY

Cornwall Contradance

Community dance with guest caller and National Heritage Fellow Dudley Laufman, live music from Still the Homegrown Band, 7:30 p.m. Town Hall, Cornwall, Conn. (860) 672-6101.

Fiber Festival of New England

Vendors and fiber enthusiasts come together to promote the use of wool and other natural fibers and related products to the general public. Shopping opportunities and fun for the whole family. Hosted by the Eastern States Exposition and the New England Sheep and Wool Growers Association. In the Mallary Complex, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., West Springfield. Information and tickets visit FiberFestival.org.

Hoosic River Conference

Hoosic River Watershed Association's State of the River conference, 9:30 a.m. to noon. Focus on PCBs in the Housatonic, Hudson and Hoosic rivers. Williams College professors David Richardson and Jay Thoman and students present research. First Congregational Church, 906 Main St., Route 2, Williamstown. hoorwa.org

Notchview

Star Gazing: Arrive after dark, telescopes and instruction provided. Warm up and bathrooms in Lodge, dress warmly for chilly night. Route 9, Windsor. Colin Harrington at (413) 684-4535.

Richmond Craft & Country Fair

Work of local crafts people and artisans, a silent auction, Chinese auction, bake sale, book fair, and homemade lunches. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Richmond School, 1831 State Road, Route 41. Richmond.

St. Catherine of Siena Parish Center

Holiday Craft Fair, holiday and decorative crafts, Chinese raffle, game room, baked goods, hot lunch and more. Free. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., 1023 Parker St., Springfield.

DANCE

The Egg

Hungarian State Folk Ensemble, one of the greatest folkloric dance ensembles in the world, accompanied by the Folk Orchestra performing on authentic, traditional instruments. Live music! 3 p.m., Lancaster St., Albany, NY. Tickets visit www.theegg.org/events/1211.

KID STUFF

Berkshire Museum

"Chow Time" in aquarium, 12:30 p.m., 39 South St., Pittsfield. (413) 443-7171.

OUTDOORS

Berkshire Knapsackers

Becket Quarry and Forest; hike 5-6 miles of easy to moderate trails in historic area of Becket. Information contact Ann Krawet (413) 623-6069.

THEATER

Oldcastle Theatre

"Grandma Moses: An American Primitive" by Stephen Poulit. Tickets call (802) 447-0564. 2 & 8 p.m., 331 Main St., Bennington, VT.

Shakespeare & Company

"Accomplice," 2 & 7:30 p.m., 70 Kemble St., Lenox. (413) 637-3353.

Sunday

Nov. 3

COMMUNITY

Fiber Festival of New England

Vendors and fiber enthusiasts come together to promote the use of wool and other natural fibers and related products to the general public. Shopping opportunities and fun for the whole family. Hosted by the Eastern States Exposition and the New England Sheep and Wool Growers Association. In the Mallary Complex, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., West Springfield. Information and tickets visit FiberFestival.org.

Hancock Shaker Village

Family Fun Day: Goats, chickens, ducks, turkeys and lambs, hay jump arts and crafts, teen-parent hike, hands-on farming education, storytelling, pizza, cider and doughuts, 1 to 4 p.m., with Berkshire Jewish Federation. Collecting pajamas for Federaton's annual holiday drive to benefit Massachusetts Department of Children and Families. (413) 442-4360, ext. 14.

North Adams Museum

"Haunts, Legends and Ghost Stories" exhibit, North Adams Museum of History and Science in Building 5A Western Gateway Heritage State Park. Open 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., North Adams. (413) 664-4700 or visit www.northadamshistory.org.

Tierney Conservation Area

Help clean up the Tierney Conservation Area. Wear old clothes and sturdy footwear. Sponsored by the Berkshire Environmental Action Team and the City of Pittsfield. BEAT works to protect the environment for wildlife. 1 to 3 p.m. Pittsfield.

Wedding expo

The best of local vendors will transform the National Museum of Dance into a wedding wonderland: caterers, photographers, jewelers, entertainers, bridal shops, and more. 60 Capital Region vendors. 1-4 p.m., free and open to the public. Information contact Jo at (518) 584-2225 ext. 3003. 99 South Broadway, Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

MUSIC

Berkshire Carousel

Seven local bands perform to benefit Berkshire Carousel, 1 to 7 p.m. Unveiling of painted panels for the carousel. Beer tasting by Kelly's Package Store. Wahconah Country Club, Dalton. (413) 499-0342.

Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center

World Blues with Taj Mahal, Vusi Mahlasela, and Fredericks Brown. 7 p.m., 14 Castle St., Great Barrington. Tickets call (413) 528-0100.

OUTDOORS

Hoffman Bird Club

67th Bartlett Hendricks; join the annual census of central Berkshire lakes and wetlands. Meet at Berkshire Museum, bring lunch and a scope. 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Information contact Tom Tyning at (413) 236-4502. Pittsfield.

Pine Cobble Hike

Guided natural history hike on the new section of the Pine Cobble trail and lesser-known areas, 1 p.m., with Williamstown Rural Lands Foundation and geoscientist David Gethier. Rock ledges, Bear Spring, two ancient shorelines -- one formed by Lake Bascom 14,000 years ago and the other a tropical shoreline from 500 million years ago. (413) 458-2494, www.wrlf.org.

THEATER

Oldcastle Theatre

"Grandma Moses: An American Primitive" by Stephen Poulit. Tickets call (802) 447-0564. 2 p.m., 331 Main St., Bennington, VT.

Shakespeare & Company

"Accomplice," 2 p.m., 70 Kemble St., Lenox. (413) 637-3353.

Monday

Nov. 4

COMMUNITY

Stephentown Historical Society

Mohicans of the Berkshires, an illustrated talk by Rene Wendell, Conservation Ranger at Bartholomew's Cobble. 7:30 p.m., Garfield Road, Country Route 26, Stephentown, NY. (518) 733-0010.

MUSIC

Williams College

Williams College Department of Music presents Alash Ensemble, Tuvan throat-singing masters, 8 p.m. Williamstown.

Tuesday

Nov. 5

ART

Clark Art Institute

"Were There Women Artists in Modern China?" with Clark Fellow Francesca Dal lago. 5:30 p.m., 225 South St., Williamstown.

WRITING

The Bookstore

Novelist and musician Chris Belden to read, 7 p.m., with Dani Shapiro. Free. Belden, author of novels "Shriver" and "Carry-on" Visiting author at Wishing Stone Workshop at Blantyre. 11 Housatonic St., Lenox. (413) 637-3390.

Wednesday

Nov. 6

MUSIC

Union College

Concert Series presents the Emerson String Quartet with eminent cellist Paul Watkins. 8 p.m., 807 Union St., Schenectady. Tickets or information call (518) 388-6080.

Williams College

Williams College Department of Music presents MidWeekMusic, 12:15 p.m. Williamstown.

WRITING

Harriet Beecher Stowe Center

Harriet Beecher Stowe's "Sunny Memories of Foreign Lands," book talk on two volumens of travel letters from Europe, 5:30 p.m. 77 Forrest St., Hartford, Conn. (860) 522-9258, ext. 317.