In the Berkshires
Studio One dancers
perform at Colonial
Darrell Pucciarello’s Studio One presents its annual Dancers in Concert performance at 4 p.m. today at the Colonial Theatre. This 80-minute performance showcases the students of Student One and Pucciarello’s company, Ballets Metropolis.
Included in this show are dances in ballet, modern, jazz, tap, hip-hop and the Ballets Metropolis premiere of "The Unlikely Prince."
Tickets are available at the Colonial Theatre ticket office, 111 South St., via phone at (413) 997-4444 or online at www.berkshiretheatregroup.org.
Information: Pucciarello at (413) 997-5678.
Renal Dialysis Unit
to hold memorial
Berkshire Medical Center’s Renal Dialysis Unit will hold its annual memorial service at 2 p.m. today at St. Joseph’s Church, 414 North St.
The staff will remember dialysis patients who have died in the past year. Anyone who had a family member on dialysis during that time is welcome.
A neighborhood watch informational meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Monday at Morningside School.
Those attending the meeting will be entered in a drawing for a free security camera system, installed by Bugbusters Computer Service.
Watch members do not have to attend meetings or make a commitment to become involved and may remain anonymous.
For more information, contact Pittsfield Police Officer Michael Ortega at (413) 358-0406, Ward 1 Councilor Lisa Tully at (413) 329-0074, or Ward 2 Councilor Kevin Morandi at (413) 429-7936.
Drury students host
senior citizens’ prom
The Drury High School sociology classes will present the annual prom for senior citizens from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday in the high school gymnasium. The theme is "Safari for the Seniors."
For the past 20 years, the sociology classes have studied generational differences, sociological impact and ways to help bridge the generational divide. Their research and curriculum culminates with the planning and implementation of the prom as a service learning project.
A light dinner is provided, students make baked goods, a disc jockey provides musical entertainment, and students and the seniors mingle and dance. The evening concludes with the selection of a King/Queen and Court.
Church to launch
Community Bible Church will launch Celebrate Recovery, a Christ-based recovery program, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday at the church, 160 Bridges Road.
Guest speaker will be Bill Harbeck, author of "Shattered," a guest on "Oprah," and founder of Holding on to Hope Ministry in Arizona which raises awareness of the prevalence of childhood sexual abuse and addresses the damaging lifelong consequences.
For information on Celebrate Recovery, call (413) 458-5556 or Christa at (631) 559-1594.
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