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New Year’s Celebration in the Berkshires

November 20th, 2014 by philhalpern

 New Year’s Celebration in the Berkshires Celebrate 2015 by joining us at Brook Farm Inn, Lenox, MA,  for a special Berkshires celebration!  It’s romantic and cozy by our fireside, with the snowy (we hope) mountain scenery outside.  Our traditional Champagne Brunch will be served on New Year’s Day for guests staying at the inn.  Another […]

Festival of Trees for the Christmas Season

November 19th, 2014 by philhalpern

The Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield, MA has opened its annual Festival of Trees.  The event coincides with the Christmas season.  This year the theme is On Safari, and the local Berkshire Eagle’s headline reads “Trees Gone Wild!”  Visitors can walk through the exhibit of 80 large trees and 60 smaller ones, all creatively decorated within the […]

Tanglewood Relay Run and Concert June 27 plus Garrison Keillor

June 11th, 2014 by philhalpern

Tanglewood, the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, is the ultimate destination of The Tanglewood Relay Run.  It will take place June 27th, followed by an evening concert at Ozawa Hall featuring the Kenny Barron Trio.  The relay takes 24 hours, and teams of 10 to 14 runners will participate in the 30 legs of […]

Memorial Day Weekend Events in the Berkshires

May 7th, 2014 by philhalpern

  Memorial Day Weekend events in the Berkshires will offer lots of cultural opportunities and outdoors activities too .  The warm weather is bringing us a lovely spring, so the natural beauty of the Berkshires will be a great backdrop for hiking and sightseeing.  Here’s a sampling of what visitors to Brook Farm Inn can […]

Come to the Berkshires this weekend

February 19th, 2014 by philhalpern

 On Saturday, February 22nd, in Edith Wharton’s cozy Drawing Room readers will make Wharton’s story come to life in the very house where she wrote it.  Be sure to peer out the windows upon the snowy Berkshire landscape where she gleaned inspiration for the fictitious town of Starkfield, Massachusetts! It’s the annual  Ethan Frome marathon reading, 1:00-5:00 at The Mount.   […]

All This and Heaven Too! in Lenox, MA

December 30th, 2013 by philhalpern

Here’s a great winter afternoon program, within walking distance of our Lenox B&B, Brook Farm Inn. See it on January 4, 2014. All This, and Heaven Too at Ventfort Hall A period drama honored with three Academy Award nominations in 1940, the film All This, and Heaven Too will be featured at Ventfort Hall Mansion […]

Winter Weekend Special $99 for Second Night

December 30th, 2013 by philhalpern

Enjoy a romantic two-night Berkshires getaway in a lovely Lenox B&B. Book any room and the second night is only $99.00!  This special is available Friday, Saturday or Saturday, Sunday.   This special offer is good only for reservations made for arrival January 3rd-5th or January 10th-12th (Cannot be combined with other specials or third party gift […]

New Year’s Eve Concert in the Berkshires

December 20th, 2013 by philhalpern

Celebrate 2014 in the Berkshires!   We still have some rooms available, and on New Year’s Day we’ll be serving our traditional New Year’s Day Champagne Brunch.  Enjoy Berkshire Bach either New Year’s Eve or New Year’s Day. 800-285-7638 for reservations at Brook Farm Inn in Lenox, MA.

Tanglewood 2014 Program Announcement

November 25th, 2013 by philhalpern

BOSTON SYMPHONY ANNOUNCES 2014 TANGLEWOOD SEASON, JUNE 28-AUGUST 30; TICKETS GO ON SALE SUNDAY, JANUARY 26, AT 888-266-1200 AND WWW.TANGLEWOOD.ORG 2014 TANGLEWOOD SEASON WELCOMES ANDRIS NELSONS FOR HIS FIRST FESTIVAL APPEARANCES AS BSO MUSIC DIRECTOR DESIGNATE, CONDUCTING FOUR PERFORMANCES WITH THE BOSTON SYMPHONY AND TANGLEWOOD MUSIC CENTER ORCHESTRAS ANDRIS NELSONS LEADS THE BOSTON SYMPHONY IN […]

October 10th, 2013 by philhalpern

Close Encounters With Music  opens 22nd season with  ANATOMY OF A MELODY– BEETHOVEN, BRAHMS and World Premiere of   SCHOENFIELD’S  “SHAATNEZ”   Saturday October 19, 6 PM at THE MAHAIWE Paul Schoenfield, whose music is widely performed and who moves with what has been described as “wizardly ease” from jazz to vaudeville and klezmer to ragtime and Broadway–sometimes […]

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