|Weekend Outlook: Fundraisers, Concerts, and More|
|By Sabrina Damms, iBerkshires Staff|
12:22PM / Thursday, March 02, 2023
Berkshire County is having a variety of events this weekend including fundraisers, concerts, and more.
Dance Party Fundraiser
Installation Space, North Adams
Dance to mixes by DJ Dub TC and enjoy a beer by Rising Glass Brewing Company to raise funds for new equipment for the Installation Space.
Pay what you can at the door using cash or Venmo. Doors open at 7 and the dance will conclude at 10.
First Friday North Adams
Installation Space's dance party is one of several events being held during evening including First Friday Bites. A number of downtown restaurants are offering special "bites," galleries will be open and some stores will be hosting events.
Andy Wrba & Friends
The Egremont Barn, South Egremont
Berkshire County native Andy Wrba and friends will be performing at 7 p.m.
The concert will feature performances by guitarist and singer Ryan Hommel, drummer Conor Meehan, singer and pianist Chantell.
Williams Chamber Players Concert
Williams College, Williamstown
The free concert will be held at Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall starting at 7 p.m.
Movie Night For Adults
Becket Athenaeum, Becket
There will be a showing of the sci-fi adventure film "Everything Everywhere All At Once." Doors open at 6:30 and the movie starts at 7.
This free event features popcorn, candy, and non-alcoholic beverages. Participants are welcome to bring their own beverage of choice, including alcohol.
Older children 13 and older may come with an adult at the discretion of their guardian but the film is rated R.
More information and registration here
North Adams Indoor Farmers Markets
Terra Nova Church, North Adams
The market will be open from 9 until 1. Featuring local vendors like Red Shirt Farm, Ashford Heights Farm, Square Roots Farm, Svenfish, Cricket Creek Farm, and more.
London National Theatre: The Crucible
The Clark, Williamstown
To celebrate the Manton Foundation’s commitment to British art there will be a broadcast of "The Crucible" from London National Theatre starting at 1.
Tickets range from $10 to $18. More information here
Crossroads Cafe, Pittsfield
There will be an adult only performances featuring bands Cutlass, Gartlock, Confinement, No Such Thing As Ghosts, and Hand of Doom starting at 6 p.m.
Tickets cost $10. More information here
Plant Connector, North Adams
This take on bonsai will show you how to make a moss ball home for a plant. Cost is $25 all inclusive; prepare to get a little dirty.
The hourlong class begins at 2 p.m. More information here
Rando Ski Race
Greylock Glen, Adams
The backcountry race along the Thunderbolt Trail begins at 9:30 a.m. with a mass start from the gazebo on Gould Road.
Registration is up until 9:15 on Saturday morning and prizes will be awarded at 2 p.m.
Find more information here
An All-Inclusive Jazz Mass
Trinity Episcopal Church, Lenox, MA
There will be a free jazz performance featuring local performers Bob Chilcott, Dave Brubeck, composer Stephen Dankner starting at 3.
Also joining the Berkshire Jazz musicians will be pianist John Sauer, bassist Jon Suters, and drummer Bill Chapman.
Berkshire Chamber Players Concert
Stockbridge Library, Stockbridge
The performance will be from 2 to 4. It features violinist Natalie Rose Kress, Robyn Quinnett, Marka Gustavsson and cellist Joel Moerschel.
Although the concert is free, donations are accepted. Space is limited. To make a reservation at email@example.com
Tavern at the A, Pittsfield
New England rock 'n' roll performer Livio Gravini will be performing starting at 2. More information here
Mini Maker Market @ Greylock WORKS
Greylock Works, North Adams
The market will be open 9 to 1:30 and features local artisan vendors set up inside of the century-old renovated mill.
Something Completely Different
The Hannaford Kidz Expo features free activities and performances this Saturday from 10 to 5 at the Empire State Plaza Convention Center in Albany, N.Y.
The expo, sponsored by Hannaford Supermarkets, will have bounce rides, arts and crafts, mini-golf, theater performances, a magician, and reptiles, along with information on summer camps, sports clubs, dance studios and other youth activities.