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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.   ******************************************************************************************  

Melissa Etheridge at Tanglewood

January 17th, 2013 by philhalpern

Come to Lenox in the Berkshires for these concerts. Tickets go on sale January 22. Melissa Etheridge Live Friday, June 21, 7:00pm, Shed Melissa Etheridge has been a core Island Records artist since the release of her critically acclaimed eponymous RIAA double-platinum debut album. For several years, Etheridge’s popularity built around such memorable songs as […]

Snow in the Berkshires!

December 23rd, 2012 by philhalpern

Yesterday we went hiking on Yokun Ridge near Olivia’s Overlook.  We took the Walsh Trail, which is a nice loop with beautiful vistas of the freshly fallen snow on the mountains and woods surrounding Lenox MA.  Yokun Ridge is one of the many trails within minutes of our Brook Farm Inn bed and breakfast. The […]

Tanglewood 2013 — See the Schedule Now

December 8th, 2012 by philhalpern

Even though it’s December holiday season, here in Lenox, MA we’re looking forward to the summer of 2013.  The BSO’s Tanglewood schedule has been announced!  Link to it from the homepage of Brook Farm Inn www.brookfarm.com.

Superman Comes to the Berkshires!

November 5th, 2012 by philhalpern

A new exhibit at the Norman Rockwell Museum opens on November 10th.  The exhibit is called “Heroes & Villains The Comic Book Art of Alex Ross.”  The work of the artist who revitalized classic superhero images with his powerful art will be on display.  There will also be special programs and a chance to meet […]

Fall Foliage Season Theater in the Berkshires

September 21st, 2012 by philhalpern

“One must never set up a murder,” says Alfred Hitchcock, “They must happen unexpectedly, as in life.” Fair enough. But Shakespeare & Co have been setting up a truly fabulous first entry into the Fall and Winter Season. Whether or not you are familiar with The 39 Steps, the unexpected twists and turns of our take on this classic whodunit […]

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 […]

Satchmo At the Waldorf — See It At Shakespeare & Co.

August 27th, 2012 by philhalpern

Shakespeare & Co is where you can see the New England premiere of Terry Teachout’s debut play, Satchmo at the Waldorf starring John Douglas Thompson. Already the response has been overwhelming.  Guests of Brook Farm Inn in Lenox MA have raved about it, and it will be playing through September 16 The time is March of […]

Shakespeare & Company: Parasite Drag

July 11th, 2012 by philhalpern

            This summer Shakespeare & Company, located in Lenox MA, is rotating three plays at the Bernstein Theater.  They are Parasite Drag, Cassandra Speaks, and The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife.  Guests who have seen Cassandra Speaks have been giving it rave reviews.  We plan on seeing it next week […]

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