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11/16 Mill City Productions presents its production of Beth Henley’s "Crimes of the Heart".  Showtimes are Friday at 8pm, Saturday, &  8pm, and Sunday, at 2pm. Performances will be held at the Mill City Theatre in Building 4N (next to the Visitor's Center) of the Western Gateway Heritage State Park in North Adams. Admission is $10 for adults and $8 for students/seniors. Tickets are available at the door or in advance at www.millcityproductions.org
 
 
11/16 A meeting of the Maple Grove Civic Club will be held on Sunday, November 16 at 3:00,  at the P.N.A. Hall on Victory Street in Adams. Alfred Diesz will speak on the proposed revival of the Adams Taxpayers Association. Following the presentation, a turkey dinner, social and raffle will be held.
 
11/19 The Mohawk Stamp Club will have a Stamp Auction on Wednesday November 19 at 7 PM sharp in the Greylock Room at Sweetwood Continuing Care Center, Rt.7 in Williamstown. Everyone is invited to attend.
 
11/20 A talk on Racial And Ethnic Representation In American Art And Pop Culture will be given by Jeff Chang, executive director of the Institute for Diversity in the Arts at Stanford University, and Greg Tate, the Sterling Brown Fellow in Africana Studies at Williams College. It’ll be on Thurs., Nov. 20 at 4:30 in Williams’ Griffin Hall, room 3. It’s free and open to the public.
 
11/21 Harlem Wizards Basketball is coming to Hoosac Valley Middle/ High School. The Adams Cheshire Educational (ACE) Partnership welcomes the Wizards on Friday Nov.21st to play the Hurricane ACES. Doors open at 5:45pm and game time is 6:30. Tickets are available now at Hoosac Valley, Cheshire and Plunkett Schools- $10 for children and Seniors, and $12 for adults ($2 more per ticket at the door). It’ll be a fun night of basketball, souvenirs, food and raffles to help the students in the Adams-Cheshire Regional School District.
 
11/21 Williams College Dance Department will present their fall All Ensembles Performance.  This evening of original dance and music will be performed at the ’62 Center’s MainStage, 1000 Main Street, Williamstown, on Friday & Saturday, November 21st  & 22nd at 8:00 pm. Tickets are $3.  Visit the Williams ’62 Center Box Office Tues-Sat, 1-5 pm or call (413) 597-2425. For more information, please visit www.62center.williams.edu
 
 
 
11/22 The Order of the Eastern Star’s Annual Bazaar is coming up Saturday, Nov. 22 at the Masonic Hall, 62 Center St. Adams.  From 9am- 1pm you’ll find a Chinese auction, crafts, bake table, white elephant and chances for food basket.
 
12/15  Now through Dec. 16, the Hoosac Valley Leo Club is conducting their annual fund raising project for Create a Dream.  Working together with the North Adams Salvation Army, the program identifies area families in need and provides gifts for the Christmas season.  All donations, large or small, are greatly appreciated to help them buy, wrap and distribute the gifts.  Please send them to Hoosac Valley Leo Club, 125 Savoy Rd., Cheshire MA  01225.  Checks should be made payable to the Hoosac Valley Leo Club. 

11/15 Sweetwood of Williamstown will be holding its annual craft fair on Saturday November 15 from 10-3, in the Sweetwood Auditorium. Local crafters will be featured selling Photographs and Note-Cards, Maple Syrup, Cream and Candy, Bee products, Jewelry, Wreaths, and more!  Sweetwood is located at 1611 Cold Spring Road (Rt.7) Williamstown. For info:  458-8371.
12/15  The Family Resource Center has play and learn groups throughout the week for families with young children.  These groups are fun for children and parents.  They include free play time and circle time with books, songs and movement activities.  The groups are free and they take place in North Adams, Adams, Lanesboro and Williamstown.  Call 664-4821 or go to www.ccberkshire.org  for the schedule.
 
1/14/15 A local drive for supplies for Homeless Veterans is going on from Nov.15th through January 15.  No clothing this time, but washed and clean twin or full fitted sheets, blankets, towels and wash cloths are welcome. Also, items like toothpaste, toothbrushes, shampoo, soap, deodorant, shower shoes and disposable razors for both men and women are needed.  You may also donate phone calling cards so that the vets may call home.  Please call Jeff at 743-5175 to arrange details on pickup or you can drop off your items at the Adams Town Hall or the Registry of Deeds office, both on Park St., Adams.
  
11/16  Mill City Productions presents its production of Beth Henley’s "Crimes of the Heart".  Showtimes are on Fridays, November 7th & 14th at 8pm, Saturdays, November 8th & 15th at 8pm, and Sundays, November 9th & 16th at 2pm. Performances will be held at the Mill City Theatre in Building 4N (next to the Visitor's Center) of the Western Gateway Heritage State Park in North Adams. Admission is $10 for adults and $8 for students/seniors. Tickets are available at the door or in advance at www.millcityproductions.org
 
11/14 The Northern Berkshire community will gather to discuss important issues facing its residents at the Northern Berkshire Community Coalition monthly forum on Friday, November 14th from 10am to noon at the First Baptist Church in North Adams This forum will look at the importance of neighborhood organization and action.   Childcare can be available if you contact the Coalition office before November 10th. The organizers of the Friendship Center Food Pantry at 43 Eagle Street ask you to please bring along a non-perishable food item for donation to the pantry. For more info, please cal 663-7588, or e-mail abashevkin@nbccoalition.org
 
12/14  Berkshire Grown will host Holiday Farmers Market from 10 AM to 2 PM on Sundays, November 23 and December 14, at Williams College Towne Field House on Latham Street. Featuring locally grown and produced foods and gifts, plus live music, lunch fare, and activities for children, during months when farmers’ markets are not open in the region. Admission is free.
 
11/20 The North Adams Public Schools will once again partner with employees from City Hall, the North Adams Police and Fire Departments, the Spitzer Center and the North Adams Public Library for a Holiday Food Drive.  From November 10th-20th  donation boxes will be set up at all locations and employees and the public are invited to drop off donations of non-perishable food as well as personal care items such as soap and shampoo.  On Friday, November 21st, the maintenance workers from the North Adams Public Schools will collect all the donations and deliver them to the Friendship Center's Food Pantry on Eagle Street.  For more info contact Ellen Sutherland at 413-776-1458 or esutherland@napsk12.org.
 
12/20 The North Adams Public Schools will be destroying Special Education records of students who have left or graduated from the North Adams Public Schools System during the 2007 school year on January 31, 2015.  Anyone wishing to have his or her records should call the Office of Pupil Services at 413-776-1670, ext. 2015 or 2020.  Two days advance notice for pickup of records is appreciated.
 
11/21 Williams Theatre Department presents “Hamlet”, directed by David Eppel, Thurs.-Sat. Nov 20-22 at the Adams Memorial Theatre, Main St. Williamstown.  Curtain time is 7:30 PM, admission is $3.  The box office is open Tuesday - Saturday, 1-5 PM or call 413-597-2425. For more info, go online to: www.62center.williams.edu
 
12/31 The Northern Berkshire Neighbors program of the Northern Berkshire Community Coalition is seeking community-minded individuals to take part in a free Community Outreach and Civic Engagement training program. Ideal participants must be committed to making positive change in the Northern Berkshires and learning how to assist residents in accessing available services. A letter of interest is required by January 20, 2015. For more information, call Jess or Annie at 663-7588.
Need a ride from North County to Berkshire Medical Center for medical services? North County MedicalRides can help. A coordinated shuttle service is available for those with no other transportation and for those with scheduled, non-emergency appointments at BMC. Call BerkshireRides at 664-0300 to see if you are eligible. To book a ride, call at least two days in advance of your appointment.
 
Your local goodwill store features these weekly specials:  $2 tuesdays, when clothing priced at $4 is just $2;  senior discount Wednesdays, with 15% off if you’re 55 and over; and $3 Thursdays, when clothing regularly $5.50 or $6 sells for $3.  Goodwill industries of the berkshires…serving the Berkshires and Southern Vermont with stores at 166 State St., North Adams, also in Pittsfield and lee.
 
A local drive for supplies for Homeless Veterans is going on from Nov.15th through January 15.  No clothing this time, but washed and clean twin or full fitted sheets, blankets, towels and wash cloths are welcome. Also, items like toothpaste, toothbrushes, shampoo, soap, deodorant, shower shoes and disposable razors for both men and women are needed.  You may also donate phone calling cards so that the vets may call home.  Please call Jeff at 743-5175 to arrange details on pickup or you can drop off your items at the Adams Town Hall or the Registry of Deeds office, both on Park St., Adams.
 
Hopkins Memorial Forest in Williamstown will again be open to deer hunting by special permit during the 12-day shotgun season, which runs from Dec. 1-13, excluding Sunday, Dec. 7.  Applications can be obtained from the Center for Environmental Studies at Williams College, and at 54 Stetson Court, Williamstown or by e-mailing ajones@williams.edu 
 
Need a ride from North County to Berkshire Medical Center for medical services? North County MedicalRides can help. A coordinated shuttle service is available for those with no other transportation and for those with scheduled, non-emergency appointments at BMC. Call BerkshireRides at 664-0300 to see if you are eligible. To book a ride, call at least two days in advance of your appointment.
 

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