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Alice Sedgwick Wohl, 91, is still trying to understand her sister's lasting impact on American culture. What was it about Edie Sedgwick? Wohl will talk about her book with author Simon Winchester on Saturday.
The New Marlborough Meeting House season will end with the annual literary event hosted by Simon Winchester on Saturday, Oct. 1. Winchester will talk to art historian Alice Sedgwick Wohl about her new book.
The Berkshire Bach Society will conclude its 2021-2022 season with distinguished harpsichordist Mariken Palmboom in a concert of harpsichord music from Germany, England, Italy, and France on Saturday, June 18, at the New Marlborough Meeting House.
Applications are being accepted for the New Marlborough Meeting House Gallery's July show, "As the Crow Flies."
Simon Winchester’s latest book, “Land: How the Hunger for Ownership Shaped the Modern World,” poses the question: “Who owns the land in our country?” Three other writers will join Winchester on Saturday for a discussion of the book and related topics, at the New Marlborough Meeting House.
Bill McKibben, a leading environmentalist, and Sue Halpern, who writes about technology and politics for The New Yorker, will speak Saturday in New Marlborough. McKibben and Halpern spoke with The Eagle about climate change and civic engagement ahead of their visit.