Posts Tagged ‘Lenox’

Colors of Fall Foliage in the Berkshires

September 2nd, 2008 by philhalpern

Callers to Brook Farm Inn in Lenox, Massachusetts are asking about fall foliage — they want to know if the leaves are changing yet.  The answer is, a little bit.  You can see a few maples with orange leaves at the end of some branches, and even though the days are beautiful and warm, the evenings get […]

Colors of War at Ventfort Hall

July 4th, 2008 by philhalpern

Colors of War: A Story of Love and Courage produced by Ventfort Hall in cooperation with Shakespeare & Company Written and Directed by Mary Guzzy Susannah Melone returns as Annie Haggerty June 26 – Aug 31, Thurs & Fri 7:30pm, Sat 4pm, Sun 10am Tickets $25 Reservations 413-637-3206 The moving story of Civil War hero […]

Berkshires Arts Festival, July 4th Weekend

July 3rd, 2008 by philhalpern

If you enjoy craft fairs — and even if you usually don’t — this one’s for you!  The Berkshires Arts Festival is an annual juried arts festival, at the Butternut ski area in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.  There are 175 juried artists, and you’ll find a varied selection of pottery, jewelry, everything you can think of, […]

Clark Art Institute's Stone Hill Center Opens in Berkshire County

June 19th, 2008 by philhalpern

This Sunday,  The Clark will open its new Stone Hill center.  The famous art museum in Williamstown, Massachusetts has a spectacular collection, and is set on 140 acres of beautiful Berkshires scenery.  The new center was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect, Tadao Ando.  In his honor, the community open house on Sunday will offer a barbecue, […]

"The Fifth Annual Lenox Art Walk"

May 14th, 2008 by philhalpern

Take a Walk with Van Gogh More information from Brook Farm Inn about the Art Walk…   On Saturday May 24th and Sunday May 25th 11-5, Lenox, Massachusetts will open its art season with a new logo as we all walk along with the cheerful fellow carrying the Van Gogh.  We will be walking along […]

Near Lenox…The Edna St. Vincent Millay Society at Steepletop

May 12th, 2008 by philhalpern

Brook Farm Inn is a short distance from Steepletop, in Austerlitz, NY.  Edna St. Vincent Millay lived there, and the home is still as it was in her day.  The Society sponsors artists-in-residence, and is restoring her gardens, and hopes to make the home into a museum for visitors.  Part of the grounds are available […]

Art Walk in Lenox, Massachusetts, Memorial Day Weekend

May 10th, 2008 by philhalpern

On Saturday and Sunday of Memorial Day Weekend, there will be an Art Walk in Lenox, Massachusetts. Our many galleries will be exhibiting and having receptions.  One you won’t want to miss is DeVries Fine Art.  Andrew DeVries is a wonderful sculptor, and his reception is from 1:00-4:00 on May 24th.  We at Brook Farm Inn […]

Stay at Brook Farm Inn and Enjoy the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center

May 8th, 2008 by philhalpern

Brook Farm Inn in Lenox, Massachusetts, is close to the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center in Great Barrington.  This wonderfully restored theater, one of the Berkshires’ best attractions, has announced its program for May through December, and there’s something for everyone. Judy Collins will be performing June 1st, then there’s Renee Fleming, more classical music, Paul Taylor Dance […]

Close Encounters With Music Presents

April 30th, 2008 by philhalpern

The Close Encounters With Music Company will be presenting “GYPSY!” on Saturday, May 24 at 6PM. The performance will be at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center in Great Barrington, MA. The works of Bizet, Haydn, Monti, Ravel and Brahms will be featured. Yehuda Hanani is artistic director. The theater is only a 20 minute drive […]

Saving The Mount…One Brook Farm Inn Guest at a Time

April 29th, 2008 by philhalpern

You may have been reading or hearing lately about the financial difficulties of The Mount, famed estate of the author, Edith Wharton. Brook Farm Inn is within walking distance of this treasure in Lenox, Massachusetts. A tour of the mansion and gardens are a must for every visitor to the Berkshires, and many wonderful events […]