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Rene Wendell, president of the Hoffmann Bird Club, will lead a spring migration bird walk from 7 to 9 a.m. Saturday, June 4, in the fields and forests around Herman Melville's Arrowhead, 780 Holmes Road.
Berkshire County Historical Society will present a virtual lecture, "From the Slave’s Cause to Civil Rights: Community and Liberty in the Berkshires before 1909," at 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 20, via Zoom.
The Berkshire County Historical Society has received four grants from four separate organizations that will support programs and exhibitions in 2022 and pay for landscape improvements to its headquarters in Pittsfield.
The Stockbridge Library, Museum & Archives announces the recent opening of "Dashing Through the Snow: Snapshots of Stockbridge Winters, 1906-1907."
he Berkshire County Historical Society will present a series of three virtual talks "Casting Their Own Light: Perspectives on Berkshires Black History," by historian Cynthia Farr Brown, Ph.D. The free talks, over Zoom, will draw from her research and reading on the history of Black, Indigenous and multiracial people of the Berkshires, mostly before the Civil War.
Berkshire County Historical Society 2021-22 Melville Fellows Aylen Dominguez, a student at Berkshire Community College, and Shawna Hennessy, a student at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, will participate in a series of readings of original works created during their time at Arrowhead.
A "Moby-Dick" audiobook produced by audiobook producer Alison Larkin Presents, of Stockbridge, has been nominated for a 2022 Audie Award in the literary fiction and classics category.
Rhoda Kaminstein, who held leadership positions in the Berkshire Jewish Community for over 40 years, has died at 92.
Celebrate the holidays with the Berkshire County Historical Society with two special programs at Arrowhead, the historic home of Herman Melville.