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The Town of Williamstown Massachusetts was founded in 1765 and is located in Berkshire County in the northwestern corner of the state.

Williamstown is home of the Sterling and Clark Art Institute which houses one of the worlds largest collections of Renoir as well as other impressionists. The Williams College Museum of Art has fine collections as well. Williamstown Theatre Festival which operates during the summer months brings marvelous Broadway and Hollywood performers to the town.

The town is acknowledged by Norman Crampton in his book The 100 Best Small Town in America which ranked Williamstown as the 18th best American Small Town, the only community in Massachusetts included in the top 100!!

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BarnTone Presents: Steamboats
Somewhere between The Soul Stirrers and Fleet Foxes lives a promising young band called Steamboats. Steamboats is a four-man ensemble of picker-singer-songwriters who combine a reverence for the American vocal group with a progressive sensibility all their own. The soaring harmonies of singers Nick Throop, Mario Rincon and Jon Jaffee reveal their gospel and a capella backgrounds on their self-titled 2015 debut. Here, listen. The hayloft of our BarN was made for music like this! Steamboats Friday, June 3 6 pm doors, Bhn Mi sandwiches by Daniel Flach of Bon Tricycle available for purchase. BYOB 7:30 music The BarN 1401 Green River Road, Williamstown $12 donation at the door.

When: Jun 3, 2016 6 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Fri, 03 Jun 2016 18 )
Summer Sundays - Arts Alive!
Join us on the Clark Terrace for a one of a kind afternoon of performance art. Come see which characters from Splendor, Myth, and Vision show up to meet visitors in the form of living statues, and watch out for a few surprises. Twice Grammy-nominated Spanish guitarist, Jose Lezcano, performs for the last time this summer starting at 1PM.

When: Aug 14, 2016 12 AM to Aug 14, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sun, 14 Aug 2016 00 )
Summer Sundays - Body, Art, and Soul
Join us for an afternoon on the Clark Terrace for an afternoon all about celebrating the body and its arts. Indulge in a therapeutic massage from the professionals at Tsubo Massage, get your face or body painted, or investigate the ancient practice of body modification with a new piercing from Arte Bella Tattoo - all while enjoying the musical stylings of twice Grammy-nominated Spanish guitarist, Jose Lezcano.

When: Aug 7, 2016 12 AM to Aug 7, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sun, 07 Aug 2016 00 )
Summer Sundays - Toro! Toro!
Step into the arena and test your mettle at our mechanical bullfight in the spirit of this timeless Spanish tradition - appropriate for new challengers and experienced matadors alike! Watch as friends and family take on the beast, visit our artmaking tents, or find a spot on the terrace and listen to the musical stylings of twice Grammy-nominated Spanish guitarist, Jose Lezcano.

When: Jul 17, 2016 12 AM to Jul 17, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sun, 17 Jul 2016 00 )
Summer Sundays - Spanish Rhythms
Relax on the Clark Terrace and enjoy a classical and flamenco guitar performance by Jason and Elysa Hochman - the elite musical couple behind Rumba Flamenca and co-founders of the New York Guitar Academy.

When: Jul 24, 2016 12 AM to Jul 24, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sun, 24 Jul 2016 00 )
Summer Sundays - Spanish Dance Showcase
Ines Arrubla Flamenco Studio kicks off Summer Sundays at the Clark with performances on the Clark Terrace at 1:30 and 3pm. Experience the beauty and passion traditional Spanish dance, and be the first to visit our artmaking tents!

When: Jul 10, 2016 12 AM to Jul 10, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sun, 10 Jul 2016 00 )
WTF + WCMA: The Dinner Party

What happens when characters from WCMAs collection leave the museum walls and sit down to dinner? Grab a bite on the patio and find out as the conversation unfolds across centuries and continents with Williamstown Theatre Festival actors!

For more information or to reserve a seat visit wcma.williams.edu/programs or call Nina at (413) 597-3563.

Rain or shine!



When: Aug 18, 2016 6 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: Free (Thu, 18 Aug 2016 18 )
Athletics & Aesthetics: Mini-Golf

Perfect your putt with the help of a pro-golfer on our artist-designed mini-golf course on the patio. Rain or shine!



When: Aug 4, 2016 5 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: Free (Thu, 04 Aug 2016 17 )
No Hook, Finger Crook: Finger Crocheting with Seth Koen

Make new friends and some friendly minimalist art with crochet artist Seth Koen. Pick up some yarn, a few new skills, and create a collective work of art. On the patio. Rain or shine.



When: Jul 14, 2016 5 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: Free (Thu, 14 Jul 2016 17 )
The Art & Science of Beer

Chemistry Professor Thomas Smith and local beer brewer Sam Amoroso team up to show you how and why beer tastes as good as it does. Finish off the evening with a glass of homebrew. On the patio. Rain or shine!



When: Jul 7, 2016 5 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: Free (Thu, 07 Jul 2016 17 )
WTF + WCMA: A Guided Tour

Williamstown Theatre Festival actors bring WCMA's collection to life in this trip through the galleries that makes protagonists of portrait sitters. The tour starts and ends on the patio. Rain or shine!



When: Jul 28, 2016 6 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: Free (Thu, 28 Jul 2016 18 )
Food Lab

Get a taste of the role science plays in your kitchen. Artist and chef Lexa Walsh cooks up some surprises on our patio. Rain or shine!



When: Jul 21, 2016 5 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: Free (Thu, 21 Jul 2016 17 )
Dance Class: Salsa!

Get moving to the beat with Latin Dance instructor Alan Francoon the patio. Rain or shine!



When: Aug 11, 2016 5 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: Free (Thu, 11 Aug 2016 17 )
Athletics & Aesthetics: Badminton

Get physical as sound artist Crank Sturgeon amplifies the sounds of a live Badminton game. Take part in the game or kick back and listen. On the patio.Rain or shine!



When: Aug 25, 2016 5 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: Free (Thu, 25 Aug 2016 17 )
Nantucket Yoga Festival
Nantucket Yoga Festival is happening on 08 Jul 2016 at Westmoor Club Nantucket, United States Of America. Its a premier event in Wellness, Health & Fitness industry.

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When: Jul 8, 2016 12 AM to Jul 10, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Fri, 08 Jul 2016 00 )
Summer Sundays - Bodies in Motion
For the second time this summer, the Boston Circus Guild comes to town - this time with a team of professional stilt walkers, contortionists, and acrobats with performances at 1:30, 2:30, and 3:30PM. Watch as these experts perform daring feats of performance art and learn more about how they train and prepare their bodies for these high flying stunts!

When: Aug 21, 2016 12 AM to Aug 21, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sun, 21 Aug 2016 00 )
Summer Sundays - The Golden Age
For the final Summer Sunday of this season, spend an afternoon in El Siglo de Oro, the Golden Age of the Spanish court. Boston-based troupe, Pazzi Lazzi, performs in the style of the theater performed at the royal court of King Philip II of Spain, collector of many works on view in the special exhibition, Splendor, Myth, and Vision.

When: Aug 28, 2016 12 AM to Aug 28, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sun, 28 Aug 2016 00 )
Full Moon Sensory Walk
Join naturalist Leslie Reed-Evans to explore Stone Hill by the light of the August full moon, the Sturgeon Moon. On this nighttime sensory walk you will explore with heightened senses and learn why Stone Hill is such a special place, discovering how it feels, smells, looks, and sounds on a summer night.

When: Aug 18, 2016 12 AM to Aug 18, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Thu, 18 Aug 2016 00 )
Free Concert: HBH&T Band Featuring Wanda Houston
HBH&T Band, featuring vocalist Wanda Houston, is a jazz quartet performing standards, blues, R&B, and top 40. It is the music you know, the music you love, and the music you love to sing and dance to. Led by the soulful stylings of vocalist Wanda Houston, with horns Charlie Tokarz, bass/keys Scott Heth, and drums Jay Bradley, the band gives new meaning to the phrase: "Forget your troubles come on get happy!"

When: Jul 19, 2016 12 AM to Jul 19, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Tue, 19 Jul 2016 00 )
Talk: The Renaissance Nude
University of Edinburgh art historian and Renaissance specialist Jill Burke explores the emergence and evolution of the nude in the Renaissance, a form reinvented, admired, and debated in early modern Europe. She illuminates the ways in which the representation of the nude intersected with religious, scientific, and artistic ideas, shaping the way we understand the nude today.

When: Jun 19, 2016 12 AM to Jun 19, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sun, 19 Jun 2016 00 )
The Enchanted Jewelry Box


When: May 28, 2016 1 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sat, 28 May 2016 13 )
Talk: Unveiling the Nude: The Story of Splendor, Myth, and Vision
Miguel Falomir, deputy director of the Museo Nacional del Prado, Tom Loughman, director and CEO of the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art (formerly associate director at the Clark), and Lara Yeager-Crasselt, Clark interim curator of paintings and sculpture, reveal the story of how Splendor, Myth, and Vision came to be, the history of royal collecting in Spain and the foundation of the Prado, and the fascinating and complex culture of collecting and displaying the nude.

When: Jun 11, 2016 12 AM to Jun 11, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sat, 11 Jun 2016 00 )
WCMA 125: Whats in a Name?: The Politics of Identification in African Art

Get a healthy dose of academics in the galleries with a mini course led by Williams College faculty.

Led by:Michelle Apotsos, Assistant Professor of Art

What are the implications of identifying an artist as Unknown or using the name of a cultural group in the place of an individual artist? Further, what are the politics of identifying a contemporary artist in a way that they contest? Unpack the politics of identity and identification within the shifting roles of African artists from past to present in African Art Against the State.

Registration required.



When: Aug 25, 2016 4 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: Free (Thu, 25 Aug 2016 16 )
WCMA 114: Museum: The Gathering

Get a healthy dose of academics in the galleries with a mini course led by Williams College faculty.

Led by:David Guray-Morris, Assistant Professor of Theatre

Can art be democratic? Should it be? Is culture the result of a popularity contest, or should some individuals be chosen to represent us and curate our cultural experience? Players will grapple with these, and other questions as they craft their own aesthetic worlds in this immersive performance.

Registration required.



When: Jul 14, 2016 4 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: Free (Thu, 14 Jul 2016 16 )
WCMA 111: Markets and Museums: The Economics of Aesthetics

Get a healthy dose of academics in the galleries with a mini course led by Williams College faculty.

Led by:Stephen Sheppard, Class of 2012 Professor of Economics

How do Museum exhibitions and installations impact the art market? Contemplate the intersections between museum and market, aesthetics and economics and contextualize these theories within WCMAs walls.

Registration required.



When: Aug 11, 2016 4 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: Free (Thu, 11 Aug 2016 16 )
Family Design Day: Playscapes


When: Jun 18, 2016 10 AM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sat, 18 Jun 2016 10 )
Sensing Place Hike: Botanizing on Stone Hill
Stone Hill hosts a wide diversity of plant communities ranging from open meadows and wetland marshes, to young woodlands and maturing deciduous forests, and even ancient Eastern hemlock groves. Join Williams College Biology and Environmental Studies Professor Hank Art in a botanical foray exploring the flora of Stone Hill. The excursion will examine how to identify the most common species and to explore why species are found where they are. No previous botanical experience necessary and all ages are welcome. Meet at the entrance of the Lunder Center at Stone Hill at 10:30 AM. It is recommended that you wear shoes that are appropriate for hiking on our trails, which cover varied terrain. Free with paid admission.

When: Jul 16, 2016 12 AM to Jul 16, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sat, 16 Jul 2016 00 )
Sensing Place Hike: From Shore to Shore, the 500-million-year Geological Story of Stone Hill
Travel in geological time over Stone Hill on a hike led by Williams College Geosciences Professor Bud Wobus. Explore your surroundings and learn the geological story of Stone Hill and its landscape. Bring the whole family for this exciting hike on the Clark grounds, and consider how the world we see today has been transformed and changed over time. You may discover that there are clues to our landscape's past all around us, if we take time to truly look, and know what to look for! Meet at the entrance of the Lunder Center at Stone Hill at 10:30 AM. It is recommended that you wear shoes that are appropriate for hiking on our trails, which cover varied terrain. Free with paid admission.

When: Sep 10, 2016 12 AM to Sep 10, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sat, 10 Sep 2016 00 )
Sensing Place Hike: Landscape Histories of Stone Hill, The Past 250 Years
When Williamstown was settled in the mid-1700s as an outpost of Fort Massachusetts, Stone Hill was in many respects the Center of Town. The original subdivision of the Town delineating the use of Stone Hill as a place for residences, farms and woodlots has left an indelible legacy that is reflected in the stonewalls, fence-lines, and hedgerows that are still visible in the fabric of this landscape tapestry. Come explore Stone Hill to discover the impacts of past human land-uses with Williams College Biology and Environmental Studies Professor Hank Art. You will come away with a new appreciation of how the landscape of today reflects the way this landscape has been used for the past two and half centuries. Meet at the entrance of the Lunder Center at Stone Hill at 10:30 AM. It is recommended that you wear shoes that are appropriate for hiking on our trails, which cover varied terrain. Free with paid admission.

When: Aug 27, 2016 12 AM to Aug 27, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sat, 27 Aug 2016 00 )
Sensing Place Hike: Thoreau walk
In an essay entitled "Walking," written a few months before he died, Thoreau mused, "I have met with but one or two persons in the course of my life who understood the art of Walking." For Thoreau, walking or, as he often called it, "sauntering," was a ritual that recalled pilgrims from the Middle Ages, who were going " la Saint Terre, to the Holy Land." In July 1844, Thoreau climbed Mount Greylock and spent the night. The next morning, he climbed an observation tower built by students from "Williamstown College," where he had a transformative experience. While rambling along Stone Hill, we will reflect on Thoreau's writings as well as the literary heritage of the Berkshires. This walk will be led by Mark C. Taylor, professor of religion, Columbia University. If you wish to read Thoreau's essay ahead of time, you can read the text for "Walking" here. Meet at the entrance of the Lunder Center at Stone Hill at 10:30 AM. It is recommended that you wear shoes that are appropriate for hiking on our trails, which cover varied terrain. Free with paid admission.

When: Aug 13, 2016 12 AM to Aug 13, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sat, 13 Aug 2016 00 )
Climate Change and Economic Policy in the Developing World

Developing countries, which already face many economic pressures, must now contend with the risks and uncertainties posed by climate change. Their policy choices will be influenced not only by domestic considerations, but also by the decisions taken in the developed world. The conference will consider the three main challenges: mitigation, adaptation, and financing. Sponsored by the Center for Development Economics.



When: Apr 14, 2017 8 AM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Fri, 14 Apr 2017 08 )
Maxine Burkett on Inequality and Climate Justice

Maxine Burkett is an Associate Professor of Law atWilliam S. Richardson School of LawatUniversity of Hawaii at Manoa. She teaches Climate Change Law and Policy, Torts, Ocean and Coastal Law, and International Environmental Law.

Burkett has written extensively in diverse areas of climate law with a particular focus on climate justice, exploring the disparate impact of climate change on vulnerable communities in the United States and globally. Professor Burkett has presented her research on the law and policy of climate change throughout the United States and in West Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Caribbean.Her work has been cited in numerous news and policy outlets, including BBC Radio, the ABA Journal, the New York Times, and Nature Climate Change.

Maxine Burkett's talk is the thirdspeaker in the Class of '71 Public Affairs Foumon Inequality and part of the year's Confronting Climate Change Initiative.



When: Oct 6, 2016 7 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Thu, 06 Oct 2016 19 )
Van Jones to speak on Inequality and the Environment

Van Jones is a CNN political contributor, regularly appearing across the networks programming and special political coverage.Jones has founded and led numerous social enterprises engaged in social and environmental justice, includingThe Ella Baker Center for Human Rights,Color of Change, Rebuild The Dream, andThe Dream Corps, which promotes innovative policy solutions.

Jones is a Yale-educated attorney. He is the author of twoNew York Timesbest-selling books,The Green Collar Economy(2008) andRebuild the Dream(2012). The second book chronicles his journey as an environmental and human rights activist to becoming a White House policy advisor.

He was the main advocate for the Green Jobs Act. Signed into law by George W. Bush in 2007, the Green Jobs Act was the first piece of federal legislation to codify the term green jobs. During the Obama Administration, the legislation has resulted in $500 million in national funding for green jobs training.

In 2009, Jones worked as the green jobs advisor to President Barack Obama. In this role, Jones helped to lead the inter-agency process that oversaw the multi-billion dollar investment in skills training and jobs development within the environmental and green energy sectors.

The second speaker in the Class of '71 Public Affairs Forum on Inequality. Part of the year's Confronting Climate Change Initiative. Reception to Follow.



When: Sep 28, 2016 7 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Wed, 28 Sep 2016 19 )
An Eye for Excellence: Twenty Years of Collecting
As the Clark Art Institute celebrates its sixtieth year, the exhibition An Eye for Excellence: Twenty Years of Collecting examines the growth of the museum's collection over the past two decades. The exhibition focuses on some the finest of the museum's acquisitions from 1995-2015, how these objects came into the Clark's collection, and the stories of discriminating donors and collectors whose private collections are now held by the Clark. The exhibition includes paintings, decorative arts, sculpture, photography, and other works on paper from the early 16th century through the early 20th century. A group of rarely-exhibited late 20th and early 21st century artists' books from the Clark's library is also presented in the exhibition. An Eye for Excellence is on view October 25, 2015, through April 10, 2016.

When: Oct 26, 2016 12 AM to Oct 26, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Wed, 26 Oct 2016 00 )
Williamstown Rural Lands Foundation Stone Hill Hike
The Williamstown Rural Lands Foundation hosts two hikes on Stone Hill this summer, led by Jock Brooks at Sheep Hill Farm The moderate, two-mile hike traverses the trail network on Stone Hill. Participants are encouraged to visit the Clark's Sensing Place exhibition at the conclusion of the hike to further immerse themselves in the richness of this special place. All hikes begin at 9:30 am at Sheep Hill (671 Cold Spring Road Williamstown, Massachusetts 01267).

When: Jul 19, 2016 12 AM to Jul 19, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Tue, 19 Jul 2016 00 )
Williamstown Rural Lands Foundation Stone Hill Hike
The Williamstown Rural Lands Foundation hosts two hikes on Stone Hill this summer, led by Jock Brooks at Sheep Hill Farm (671 Cold Spring Road Williamstown, MA). The moderate two-mile hike traverses the trail network on Stone Hill. Participants are encouraged to visit the Clark's Sensing Place exhibition at the conclusion of the hike to further immerse themselves in the richness of this special place. All hikes begin at 9:30 am at Sheep Hill (671 Cold Spring Road Williamstown, MA 01267).

When: Sep 17, 2016 12 AM to Sep 17, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sat, 17 Sep 2016 00 )
Sewing Lessons
Sewing Lessonswill teach beginners how to CREATE with a sewing machine, upcycle favorite old clothes into headbands, banners, bags, hats, home decor, gifts and sew much more. Ages 10 through Adult. No prior sewing experience is needed but participants must be patient, able to focus, follow multiple steps and use sharps safely. Lessons are tailored to participant's skill level and interests. Have some fun upcycling and creating something new out of beloved old garments!

When: Sep 12, 2016 3 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Mon, 12 Sep 2016 15 )
Clever Notions Summer Sewing Camp
Clever Notions Sewing Lessons will teach beginners how to CREATE with a sewing machine, upcycle favorite old clothes into headbands, banners, bags, hats, home decor, gifts and sew much more. Ages 10 through Adult. No prior sewing experience is needed but participants must be patient, able to focus, follow multiple steps and use sharps safely. Lessons are tailored to participant's skill level and interests. Bring a few friends and have some fun together upcycling and creating something new out of beloved old garments!

When: Jun 27, 2016 9 AM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Mon, 27 Jun 2016 09 )
Film: Girlhood

Oppressed by her family setting, dead-end school prospects and the boys law in the neighborhood, Marieme starts a new life after meeting a group of 3 free-spirited girls. She changes her name, her dress code, and quits school to be accepted in the gang, hoping that this will be a way to freedom. French with subtitles.

Williams World Views Film Series, sponsored by Global Studies and co-sponsored the Williams Film Club. Dinner provided.



When: Oct 1, 2016 5 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sat, 01 Oct 2016 17 )
Figure Drawing
Wednesday afternoons in July and August, the Clark invites artists of all levels of experiences to participate in a series of relaxed figure drawing classes inspired by the works on view in Splendor, Myth, and Vision: Nudes from the Prado. Hosted in the Clark's Museum Pavilion from 2:30-4:00, the classes will feature guiding instruction and live models - all materials will be provided. Stop by on your way to the galleries, or stay for the whole class! Free with admission. This program is supported by funding from the officers and employees of Allen & Company, Inc.

When: Jul 13, 2016 12 AM to Jul 13, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Wed, 13 Jul 2016 00 )
Summer Sundays - Human Tower Expo
In celebration of the Catalonian Castell building tradition, professional acrobats from the Boston Circus Guild will attempt a four tier human tower in two performances at 1:30 and 3PM.

When: Jul 31, 2016 12 AM to Jul 31, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sun, 31 Jul 2016 00 )
Plein Air Drawing at Crystal
Enjoy a hike on Stone Hill and pick up a drawing kit at Thomas Schtte's Crystal on Saturday afternoons this summer from 1-4PM. Be inspired by the beautiful landscape of the Clark campus and try your hand at plein air drawing. Don't miss special acoustic musical performances presented by Common Folk Artist Collective at Crystal from 2-4PM on July 23, July 30, August 6, and August 13! This program is supported by funding from the officers and employees of Allen & Company, Inc.

When: Jul 9, 2016 12 AM to Jul 9, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sat, 09 Jul 2016 00 )
Creating "Sensing Place"
Join curators Mark C. Taylor, Professor of Religion, Columbia University, and Henry W. Art, Robert F. Rosenburg Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies at Williams College, for the opening lecture of Sensing Place: Reflecting on Stone Hill.

When: Jul 10, 2016 12 AM to Jul 10, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sun, 10 Jul 2016 00 )
Sensing Place Morning Meditation
Join Linda Finney, LMT, in a morning meditation to welcome the opening of Sensing Place: Reflecting on Stone Hill. Meet at the Lunder Center entrance and hike as a group to the meadow on Stone Hill. Everyone is welcome to join this celebration of this special exhibition at the Clark. Bring a mat and/or a bolster for your own comfort.

When: Jul 4, 2016 12 AM to Jul 4, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Mon, 04 Jul 2016 00 )
Free Concert: Across the Pond
Relive the magical music of the British Invasion with Across the Pond, a popular Beatles tribute band that strives to capture the exuberance of a Beatles live show, including later songs the Beatles recorded but never performed in concert.

When: Jul 12, 2016 12 AM to Jul 12, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Tue, 12 Jul 2016 00 )
Concert: Sense of Place through Music
Leading players of The Orchestra Now and Juilliard come together to present a free concert on the Spencer Terrace of the Lunder Center at Stone Hill. The chamber music repertoire is inspired by the Clark's exhibition Sensing Place: Reflecting on Stone Hill. - See more at: http://www.clarkart.edu/ImportedEvents/745-26363#sthash.uZGzx9LK.dpuf

When: Sep 3, 2016 12 AM to Sep 3, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sat, 03 Sep 2016 00 )
Concert: Annie and the Hedonists
Annie and the Hedonists interprets the songs of the great female blues artists of the '20s, '30s, and '40s: Bessie Smith, Sippie Wallace, Memphis Minnie, Billie Holiday, Rosetta Tharpe, Blue Lu Barker, Ella Fitzgerald and others. Other styles include western swing, bluesy country, and roots Americana. Band members include Annie Rosen on lead vocals, Jonny Rosen on guitar and vocals, Peter Davis on clarinet, tenor guitar, piano, and vocals, and Don Young on upright bass and vocals.

When: Jul 5, 2016 12 AM to Jul 5, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Tue, 05 Jul 2016 00 )
Sensing Place Hike: Nature Journaling on Stone Hill -
Join Jennifer Lovett, conservation biologist, artist, author, and nature journalist on this special hike of the Clark's trails, where you can try your hand at journaling what you see. Lovett has spent years creating nature journals in the Berkshires and southern Vermont. Take a moment to stop, look, ponder, and record the distinct details that make up Stone Hill. All levels of artistic skill are welcome. Journals and pencils will be provided.

When: Jul 30, 2016 12 AM to Jul 30, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sat, 30 Jul 2016 00 )
Sensing Place Hike: Sustainability and Stewardship
Join Gary Hilderbrand, principal landscape architect for Reed Hilderbrand LLC, and Matthew Noyes, grounds manager of the Clark Art Institute, for an insider look at the land management, sustainability, and stewardship initiatives taking place at the Clark.

When: Sep 24, 2016 12 AM to Sep 24, 2016 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sat, 24 Sep 2016 00 )
Senior Class Day Recital

The Williams College Department of Music presents graduating seniors from theClass of 2016in a concert performed on their last full undergraduate day. This free event is open to the public. Doors will open at 10 a.m. for this very popular event. This hour long morning of music represents all ranges of music including classical and jazz and is the final concert of the season.



When: Jun 4, 2016 11 AM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: free (Sat, 04 Jun 2016 11 )

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