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  • Berkshire Botanical Garden’s annual Harvest Festival, an iconic Berkshire event dating back to their founding, will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. October 7-8 at the Garden in Stockbridge, Massachusetts.
  • The Hudson Valley Meadowlark Festival is set to take place from September 8-10 at Stone Ridge Orchard & Farmers Market in Stone Ridge, New York, featuring some of the most storied names in Americana, indie rock, and experimental music.
  • A new art festival is coming to our region this weekend August 4 through the 6. The brainchild of local gallery owner and artist, Christina Varga, Phoenicia Festival of the Arts will span the entirety of Main Street in Phoenicia, New York.
  • The Authors Guild Foundation will be hosting their 2nd Annual WIT: Words, Ideas, and Thinkers Festival this September in Lenox, Massachusetts. WIT looks to expand understanding of critical issues, celebrate America’s literary culture, and amplify new voices and perspectives with some of our top authors, novelists, playwrights, and journalists.For the event on September 21-23rd they will explore the theme Changing the Narrative through a series of conversations, presentations, panels, and speeches. To tell us more we welcome Lynn Boulger, Executive Director of the Authors Guild Foundation.
  • Now in its eleventh year, Yidstock brings the best in klezmer and new Yiddish music to the Yiddish Book Center in Amherst, Massachusetts.From July 13 to 16, this four-day festival will include musicians and performers at the forefront of the Yiddish music scene. In addition to seven concerts, the lineup also includes four workshops, eleven talks, and one special film screening, all in celebration of Yiddish music, language, and culture.
  • The Berkshire Black Economic Council, Inc. (BBEC) has partnered with the First Congregational Church of North Adams to host "I Am Afro: A Street Fair for All the People." A.J. Enchill, President & Executive Director, The Berkshire Black Economic Council joins us this morning for a preview.
  • The Berkshire Botanical Garden's Harvest Festival, taking place October 8 and 9, will include continuous family entertainment; a giant tag sale featuring repurposed, gently used household items, clothing and jewelry; and an expanded plant sale and farmers market. Children’s activities include hayrides; pony rides; a haunted house; an obstacle course; interactive music with Robie Bones; giant bubbles; pumpkin painting; pumpkin tossing; a hay maze; a vintage fire truck; face painting and Balloon Ben; Berkshire Waldorf School's puppet wagon; a hay jump; aerialists demonstrations by Berkcirque; cider press and photo op; petting zoo; interactive music; roving entertainers, and, back by popular demand, “The Pocket Lady.”
  • The Little Falls Cheese Festival in Little Falls, NY takes place October 1, 2022.
  • The O+ Festival will return to Kingston, NY for the 12th annual celebration of art, music and wellness October 7-9, 2022.
  • The 39th Annual Iroquois Arts Festival will be happening on September 3 and 4 at the Iroquois Indian Museum in Howes Cave, New York. The event centers on the celebration of Iroquois creativity and self-expression.