MASS MoCA Teen Invitational Art Show: 

  • Opening Celebration: Friday, April 12, 6-9 pm
         - doors open/ view artwork at 6
         - awards in Hunter Center at 7
         - party and view artwork from 8-9
  • Exhibition Open: Friday, April 12 – Sunday, April 14
  • Now in its twelfth year, the MASS MoCA Teen Invitational is a hallmark youth program: a weekend-long exhibition featuring over 250 works of visual art by students and teachers in ten high schools in the northern Berkshires (The Academy at Charlemont, BART Charter School, Buxton School, Darrow High School, Drury High School, Hoosac Valley Middle and High School, McCann Technical High School, Mt. Greylock Regional School, Pine Cobble School, and Pittsfield High School). 
  • The Invitational aims to reach all students who engage with visual art and who have done excellent work inside or outside school settings.

Lost & Found: 

  • Our Lost & Found rack is overflowing
  • Students, please claim your items anytime this week during school hours
  • Families are welcome to search through items on Weds, April 27th, from 7 am to 3 pm in the MG Cafe before they are donated

Rock Voices: 

  • Join us for an evening of rock
  • 7 pm, Saturday, April 20, at MG Auditorium
  • Tickets are available at the door and online (www.rockvoices.com)

Graduate Recognition Event:

  • Join the 22nd annual event, celebrating Berkshire County high school graduates of African descent
  • 2 pm on May 18, 2024, at Berkshire Community College - The Connector
  • Scholarship and stipend information will be available at this event
  • Visit ropeberkshires.org for more information

Domestic Violence Awareness Workshop: 

  • Sending the reminder that our next Strong Communities Working Group meeting will be on Wednesday, 4/10, from 12-1:30 in the City Council Chambers. We will have a  Domestic Violence Awareness presentation from Liz and Colleen, Elizabeth Freeman Center, and updates on the NAPD Domestic Violence Unit from Ofc. Taylor Kline and Chief Bailey. Pizza & salad lunch to be provided. 
  • The workshop is open to all. 
  • The Elizabeth Freeman Center is also holding a community standout at the North Adams City Hall tonight, 4/8, at 4:30 pm as part of a series of events to mark April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month. For more information about this and other upcoming events, Elizabeth Freeman Center