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Tanglewood Ticket Sales Start Sunday

January 26th, 2013 by philhalpern

Starting at 10:00AM tomorrow tickets for the summer program at the Tanglewood Music Center will be open to the general public.  The season stats on June 21st and runs through Labor Day.  Some of the highlights of the schedule this year are: June 1st Melissa Etheridge in concert June 22nd Keith Lockhart and the Boston […]

Edith Wharton’s Birthday Bash Jan. 26 in Lenox, MA

January 23rd, 2013 by philhalpern

Brook Farm Inn is lucky to be right near The Mount, a Berkshires treasure.  This was the home of author, Edith Wharton.  It’s usually open to visitors May through October, but this weekend there will be a special event.   Bring your party hats and musical horns, and be there on Saturday, January 26 from 11 […]

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 […]

The Lenox Tub Parade September 15

September 6th, 2012 by philhalpern

The 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 and Shakespeare & Co. where there will […]

Richard Dreyfuss visits Shakespeare & Co in Lenox MA

June 28th, 2012 by philhalpern

“It’s Time to Talk: the National Conversation” This Monday, we welcome Academy Award-winning actor Richard Dreyfuss as he presents his provocative discussion It’s Time for a Talk – The National Conversation in Founders’ Theatre. Dreyfuss was an actor at Shakespeare & Company in the early 80’s, and we proudly welcome him back. A lively and […]

Berkshire Jewish Film Festival

June 21st, 2012 by philhalpern

The Berkshire Jewish Film  Festival offers unique cinematic experiences. Starting July 9th and going through the summer, there will be showings at 4:00 and 8:00 every Monday, and each performance is different.  The venue is our own Lenox High School auditorium, with air conditioning and comfy seats. Click here to see the full schedule.

TANGLEWOOD – NEW PERFORMANCES JUST ANNOUNCED!

May 19th, 2012 by philhalpern

        Wynton Marsalis Quartet with Christian McBride Trio Monday, August 20 8pm, Seiji Ozawa Hall  Grammy Award-winning trumpeter Wynton Marsalis and his quartet join the Christian McBride Trio for a spectacular evening of Jazz in the intimate setting of Ozawa Hall.   Evanescence with Chevelle Saturday, September 1 7pm, Koussevitzky Music Shed […]

Poetry Reading at Brook Farm Inn in Lenox – June 2

May 2nd, 2012 by philhalpern

There is poetry here…it’s what distinguishes Brook Farm Inn, in Lenox MA.  And our Berkshires B&B will be hosting a poetry reading by the distinguished James Arthur, on Saturday, June 2nd at 3:00 P.M. James is this year’s recipient of the Amy Clampitt fellowship, so he’s currently residing in Amy Clampitt’s home in Lenox.  James Arthur‘s […]

Boston Symphony Orchestra at The Colonial Theatre

April 26th, 2012 by philhalpern

The Colonial Theatre is located a ten minute drive north of Brook Farm Inn Bed and Breakfast on route 7.

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