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The Clark Art Institute, a Berkshires Art Museum, Re-Opens July 4th

June 3rd, 2014 by philhalpern

Among the events to celebrate this July 4th is the re-opening of the famous Berkshires art museum, The Clark Art Institute. Founded by Sterling and Francine Clark,   The Clark opened in 1955 and has been known ever since for its outstanding collection of American and European paintings and sculpture.  Among our favorites are the […]

Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, MA – Current Exhibits

March 6th, 2014 by philhalpern

The museum is only minutes from our Lenox B&B.  Link to it from www.brookfarm.com/arts-entertainment.   Wendell Minor’s America, through May 26, 2014 Take a journey through history, from sea to shining sea, through the art of Wendell Minor, our nation’s premier historical picture book illustrator. The artist’s many acclaimed children’s books reflect his love of […]

Theater Performances for December in the Berkshires

December 21st, 2013 by philhalpern

In Lenox, MA — performances all month — near Brook Farm Inn!

Horse & Carriage Event in the Berkshires June 15 and 16

June 8th, 2013 by philhalpern

Stockbridge, MA — Horse & Carriage Driving Event Comes to Orleton Farm on Saturday and Sunday, June 15 & 16 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. — Just minutes from Brook Farm Inn Brook  in Lenox, MA. Presented by members of Colonial Carriage & Driving Society. the 15th Annual Orleton Farm Pleasure Driving Show offers […]

Lenox Valentine Event – Chocolates and Romantic Storytelling

January 22nd, 2013 by philhalpern

Valentine’s Day brings to Lenox, MA the  traditional romantic event at Brook Farm Inn, our Victorian B&B. All guests who reserve between February 14th and February 17th will receive complimentary chocolate-dipped strawberries. And on  Saturday, February 16th, a professional storyteller will perform folktales with romantic themes during teatime in our firelit library.   ******************************************************************************************  

September Events — Lenox, MA in the Berkshires

September 12th, 2012 by philhalpern

AUTUMN is HERE!    “TUB PARADE”…Saturday, September 15, 2012..1:30PM-3PMThe 21st Annual Tub Parade. The carriages (tubs) will start from Shakespeare & Co and will proceed up Kemble street to Walker and to Main Street then right on to Franklin and Church and to Main Street again. They will go around twice and then return to Kemble street […]

New Restaurant In Lenox, MA

June 15th, 2012 by philhalpern

The newest restaurant in Lenox, MA is Jae’s Asian Bistro.  It’s in the Lenox Commons, about a 3-minute drive from our B&B, Brook Farm Inn.  We enjoyed dinner there last night for the first time. The new stylish, minimalist decor is attractive, and although the restaurant is very large, it has several rooms so that […]

DiscoverLenox.com Is Here!

November 30th, 2011 by philhalpern

Visitors can now easily experience the uniqueness of  visit to Lenox, MA by using the town’s new website, DiscoverLenox.com.   This Berkshires town has an incomparable mix of history, nature, arts and hospitality, and the website offers information about lodging, restaurants, activities, events and shopping.  Here’s how the website describes what guests will experience: “An unparalleled healing treatment […]

Summer Events at The Mount in Lenox

July 13th, 2011 by philhalpern

The Mount, home of Edith Wharton, is around the corner from Brook Farm Inn in Lenox, MA and our guests have been enjoying the wonderful summer events there.  If you haven’t toured the mansion and gardens, it’s a must.  And if you’ve already seen them, you will want to return for a Friday night Ghost […]

Shakespeare & Co. Offers Presidents’ Weekend Entertainment

February 14th, 2011 by philhalpern

It’s here! The Mystery of Irma Vep. Among the Presidents’ Weekend offerings in the Berkshires, is this play at  Shakespeare & Co. You can walk there from our Lenox B&B. “Even a bouquet of wolfsbane could not keep laughter from the door. A masterpiece.” (The New York Times) The notorious Kevin G. Coleman is back […]

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