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The Williams College Graduate Program in the History of Art will host its annual Graduate Symposium featuring scholarly presentations by the program’s graduating Masters students on Friday, June 2, at the Clark Art Institute.

In observance of Memorial Day, retired Capt. Richard Pusateri, Navy Chaplain Corps, will shine light on a very old (1775) tradition in the U.S. military in his talk for the Lebanon Valley Historical Society on Monday, May 29.

The Columbia County Libraries Association and Chatham Public Library honor Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with a special Zoom lecture with civil rights attorney Peter H. Irons on Tuesday, May 30.

The Stockbridge-Munsee Community, the indigenous peoples of the Berkshires, will open a new exhibit on Mohican history and culture on May 26 at the Mission House Museum.

The Berkshire Athenaeum will host a free, in-person author event with Dr. Andrew Lam, who will share the history behind his new book, “The Masters of Medicine,” on Thursday, June 1. 

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