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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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Williams Opera Workshop


Williams Opera Workshop and orchestra offer selections from Candide by Leonard Bernstein, and three opera ensembles by Mozart's operas "Cos fan tutte," "Don Giovanni," and "The Magic Flute." Free.



When: Jan 27, 2015 12 AM to Jan 27, 2015 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: free (Tue, 27 Jan 2015 00 )
Men's Hockey vs Hamilton (away)
Williams vs Hamilton

When: Feb 20, 2015 7 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Fri, 20 Feb 2015 19 )
Women's Hockey vs Connecticut Col. (away)
Williams vs Connecticut Col.

When: Feb 20, 2015 7 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Fri, 20 Feb 2015 19 )
Student Soloist Recital

This is the second of two recitals which give student musicians participating in the Berkshire Symphony Student Soloist Competition an opportunity to play their pieces for an audience before their auditions.

The competition winners will appear with the Berkshire Symphony in the final regular season concert on Friday April 24 in Chapin Hall, a concert which showcases the remarkable talents of our Williams students.



When: Feb 15, 2015 3 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: free (Sun, 15 Feb 2015 15 )
Track & Field at BU Valentine Classic (away)
Williams at BU Valentine Classic

When: Feb 14, 2015 10 AM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sat, 14 Feb 2015 10 )
Women's Basketball vs Wesleyan (Conn.) (away)
Williams vs Wesleyan (Conn.)

When: Feb 14, 2015 3 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sat, 14 Feb 2015 15 )
Men's Hockey vs Middlebury (home)
Middlebury vs Williams

When: Feb 14, 2015 7 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sat, 14 Feb 2015 19 )
Skiing at Middlebury Carnival (away)
Williams at Middlebury Carnival

When: Feb 14, 2015 9 AM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sat, 14 Feb 2015 09 )
MIDWEEKMUSIC

Bring a friend, bring your lunch, and enjoy our popular midday and midweek concert series. A musical sampler, every week offers up a mixture of traditional fare, with exciting accents of the unexpected. Williams student musicians value the informal atmosphere ofMIDWEEKMUSICand they use it to workshop their pieces, try out something new, show off something that doesnt fit in other concert formats, or just to have some fun. Instructors are encouraged to have their students present themes together, and the impromptu mini-lecture can also be part of the enjoyment.

Relaxed and informal,MIDWEEKMUSICis a chance for everyone to share the music while seated on the Chapin Hall stage. Enjoy the sound of our Bsendorfer Imperial grand piano in a setting that is at once both regal and intimate.



When: Mar 10, 2015 12 AM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: free (Tue, 10 Mar 2015 00 )
Bill T. Jones and Anne Bogart: A Rite

Bill T. Jones and Anne Bogart, join forces for A Rite, a work that celebrates the 100th anniversary of The Rite of Spring. Igor Stravinskys groundbreaking masterpiece and celebrated collaboration with choreographer Vaslav Nijinsky was so revolutionary at the time of its Paris premiere that it incited a riot, and A Rite attempts to imagine the consequence of hearing the piece played for the very first time with a libretto that pulls from the diaries of World War I veterans, Stravinskys score, the writings of physicist Brian Greene, and many other sources.
A Rite is the alchemy of two communities a dance company and a theater companyencountering the legacy of Stravinskys Rite of Spring one hundred years after its birth. The reverberations felt in the works vast wake are woven through world wars, the formation and disintegration of nations, the birth of global culture and scientific changes that did nothing less than alter the way we live now.
An intriguing, intelligent, insightful dance theater piece.
-San Francisco Chronicle



When: Mar 16, 2015 12 AM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: $10 / $3 Students (Mon, 16 Mar 2015 00 )
Quest Story Time

All are invited to Quest Story Time, a strong tradition at Williams in which students share their stories of what it means to be a Quest Scholar at Williams and of their journeys going forward. QuestBridge is a non-profit program that assists high-achieving, low-income and first-generation students in applying to prestigious colleges and universities in the United States.In this sharing of experiences, Quest Scholars and the audience engage in a powerful experience of reflection. The audience is not only allowed but encouraged to ask questions. In a diverse place such as Williams, the Quest group on campus takes great pride in sharing their unique experiences in an effort to create a more multicultural campus with fewer taboos.Speakers will includeTanzim Milkey 15, Samantha Troia 15, Rika Tucker-Shabazz 17, and Luis David Jaramillo 17. Moderated by Susie Paul 16.

Claiming Williams 2015: Why Should I care?



When: Feb 5, 2015 12:15:00 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Thu, 05 Feb 2015 12:15:00 )
Williams Chamber Players

The Williams College Department of Music presents the Williams Chamber Players in their third concert of the season, Friday, Feb. 6, at 8 p.m. in Brooks-Rogers Recital Hall on the Williams College campus. This free event is open to the public.

The Williams Chamber Players is a faculty performance faculty chamber music ensemble at Williams. The ensemble offers performers and audiences the opportunity to explore chamber music over a range of periods and styles. Distinguished performance faculty share the joy of making music together to the delight of student and community audiences.



When: Feb 6, 2015 8 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: free (Fri, 06 Feb 2015 20 )
Shantala Shivalingappa: "Akasha"
Akasha, featuring the choreography of Shantala Shivalingappa and Vempati Ravi Shankar (son ofShivalingappas Kuchipudi guru Vempati Chinna Satyam), is a program of five Kuchipudi solos, each performed by Shivalingappa and accompanied by live singing, flute, and percussion. In Sanskrit,Akasha means sky or space and is regarded as the source of life. Each work in Akasha is inspired by a traditional Hindu poem. A classical Indian dancer whose artistic curiosity has spanned contemporary and traditional forms, Shantala Shivalingappa is widely acclaimed for her vivid, brilliantly musical performances. Shivalingappa specializes in the traditional South Indian dance form of Kuchipudi and has made an imprint working with Western artists such as Pina Bausch and Peter Brook. Born in Madras, India and raised in Paris, Shivalingappa revels in both Eastern and Western traditions, and she has developed into the Occidental ambassador of the Kuchipudiform. http://62center.williams.edu/events/shantala-shivalingappa-akasha/ Student - $0.00

When: Feb 25, 2015 7:15:00 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: $0 (Wed, 25 Feb 2015 19:15:00 )
Skiing at SLU Carnival (away)
Williams at SLU Carnival

When: Feb 27, 2015 9 AM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Fri, 27 Feb 2015 09 )
Skiing at SLU Carnival (away)
Williams at SLU Carnival

When: Feb 28, 2015 9 AM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sat, 28 Feb 2015 09 )
Track & Field at Tufts Last Chance Meet (away)
Williams at Tufts Last Chance Meet

When: Mar 6, 2015 10 AM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Fri, 06 Mar 2015 10 )
Antiques & Design Show of Nantucket
Antiques & Design Show of Nantucket is happening on 29 Jul 2015 at The Tent at Bartlett's Farm Nantucket, United States Of America. Its a premier event in Architecture & Designing industry.

Book a stall at 10times.com!

When: Jul 29, 2015 12 AM to Aug 3, 2015 12 AMin Williamstown, Massachusetts (Wed, 29 Jul 2015 00 )
Elaina Pullano '15, mezzo-soprano

Senior Elaina Pullano '15 presents her final recital in conjunction with her honors thesis. Along with pianist Robin Kibler, she performs great opera works and songs from the classical canon.



When: May 16, 2015 4 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: free (Sat, 16 May 2015 16 )
Art Spiegelman's 'WORDLESS!' with music by Phillip Johnston

In his Pulitzer prize-winning masterpiece, MAUSa moving father-son memoir about the Holocaust drawn with cats and miceArt Spiegelman changed the definition of comics forever. In WORDLESS! -- a new and stimulating hybrid of slides, talk and musical performance -- he probes further into the nature and possibilities of his medium.

Spiegelman, noted as a historian and theorist of comics as well as an artist, collaborates with Phillip Johnston, the critically acclaimed jazz composer who wrote all-new scores he will be performing live with his sextet. Johnston is best known for his work as a jazz composer (Microscopic Septet, The Coolerators), and as a creator of music for silent films, most recently Lotte Reineger's 1927 animated feature, The Adventures of Prince Achmed.

Named one of Time magazine's '100 Most Influential People', Art Spiegelman has been translated into over 25 languages. Sponsored by the Program in Jewish Studies. Part of a year-long series of events, titled "The Book Unbound," in celebration of the new Sawyer Library.



When: Mar 10, 2015 7 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: Tickets are free but required (Tue, 10 Mar 2015 19 )
The Hour of Feeling
When: May 7, 2015 7 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Thu, 07 May 2015 19 )
Princess Ivona
When: Mar 12, 2015 7 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Thu, 12 Mar 2015 19 )
Lunch Discussion: Honor Code

A lunchtime discussion about the Honor Code at Williams.



When: Feb 9, 2015 11 AM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Mon, 09 Feb 2015 11 )
Monthly Math/Stat Department Dinner

All are welcome. Free for students without meal plans.



When: Feb 9, 2015 5 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Mon, 09 Feb 2015 17 )
Post Show Q & A with Akasha artists

with Assistant Professor of History Aparna Kapadia.



When: Feb 25, 2015 10 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Wed, 25 Feb 2015 22 )
Shivalingappa: Akasha

Akasha, featuring choreography by Shantala Shivalingappa and Vempati Ravi Shankar, son of Shivalingappas Kuchipudi guru Vempati Chinna Satyam, is a program of five Kuchipudi solos, each performed by Shivalingappa and accompanied by live singing, flute, and percussions. In Sanskrit, Akasha means sky or space and is regarded as Luminous and the Source of All. Each work in Akasha is inspired by a traditional Hindu poem.
A classical Indian dancer whose artistic curiosity has spanned contemporary and traditional forms, Shantala Shivalingappa is widely acclaimed for her vivid, brilliantly musical performances. Shivalingappa specializes in the traditional South Indian dance form of Kuchipudi and she has also made an imprint working with Western artists such as Pina Bausch and Peter Brook.
Born in Madras, India and raised in Paris, Shantala Shivalingappa has reveled in both eastern and western traditions since early childhood. She grew up in a world filled with dance and music, her artistic exposure and education fostered by her mother, dancer Savitry Nair. Deeply moved and inspired by Kuchipudi, a pure and graceful style of traditional Indian dance, Shantala dedicated herself to one of its greatest teachers, Master Vempati Chinna Satyam, where as a devoted pupil received rigorous training in the form. To this day, Shantala has become the Occidental ambassador of Kuchipudi.
Divinely gifted. -NY Times



When: Feb 25, 2015 8 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: $10 / $3 Students (Wed, 25 Feb 2015 20 )
PRINCESS IVONA by Witold Gombrowicz

In this dark humor comedy, two different societies drastically collide: traditional and unconventional. The theme of the play highlights the comparison between those devoted to empty platitudes, lack of creativity, and hatred, and those with mysterious and inspiring minds. Witold Gombrowicz, one of the most influential playwrights of the twentieth century, brings humor, truth of human nature, and universal pieces of wisdom. Which society are you in? Come and find out!

Presented by the Theatre Department

Translated by Krystyna Griffith-Jones and Catherine Robins

Directed by Omar Sangare



When: Mar 12, 2015 7 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: $3 (Thu, 12 Mar 2015 19 )
Kusika and the Zambezi Marimba Band

Kusika and the Zambezi Marimba Band were founded to provide a place for students, faculty, and the community of artists interested in the study and performance of ideas and material from Africa and the Diaspora to grow collectively. We are inspired by the deep traditions and innovation that is a hallmark of Africas global impact in the areas of music, dance, literature, fashion, and spiritual practice. The challenges people continue to face on the continent and the diaspora often inform the themes reflected in new work created for our spring performances. Throughout the year Kusika and Zambezi perform on and off campus featuring a repertoire of dance, music, and story telling that currently includes the countries of Ghana, Guinea, Mali, Senegal, Zimbabwe, and Haiti. Legendary masters Obo Addy, Kweyao Agyapon, Alport Mhlanga, and cofounders Gary Sojkowski and Ernest Brown have mentored us. Recent guest artists include Bashir Shakur, Robert Michelin, Mickie Davidson, Yalani Bangoura, Sulley Imoro, Danys La Mora Perez, Franciso Mora Catlett, and Nia Love. Our community welcomes you to join us!



When: May 8, 2015 8 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: $3 (Fri, 08 May 2015 20 )
A Rite : The Book Unbound

SITI Company founder Anne Bogart gives a specially commissioned site-specific presentation in the library.



When: Mar 16, 2015 7 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Mon, 16 Mar 2015 19 )
Post Show Q & A : A Rite

with Chair and Professor of Theatre David Eppel.



When: Mar 17, 2015 10 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Tue, 17 Mar 2015 22 )
CoDa

CoDa (Contemporary Dance Ensemble) is dedicated to the continued development of dance on the campus by fostering collaboration across artistic and academic disciplines. By integrating the foundational techniques of modern and ballet with contemporary and popular forms of movement, music, and multimedia, we create an environment for the creation and performance of original work by faculty and students. Recent projects include a work by guest artist Diane Arvanites of Bostons Prometheus Dance; faculty creations LeWitticisms: A Moving Exhibit and an original Rite of Spring; a reconstruction of Jane Dudleys Time is Money; as well as diverse works by student choreographers. This year CoDa welcomes an exciting collaboration with Wendy Rein and Ryan T. Smith, Artistic Directors of San Franciscos RAWdance, whose work is dubbed bySF Weeklyas edgy, sexy inventive fare designed to speak to audiences. Join us on the journey!



When: Apr 24, 2015 8 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: $3 (Fri, 24 Apr 2015 20 )
INISH

Combining both traditional and modern interpretations, INISH brings you the glorious dance and music of the Celtic diaspora. The company shares their experience and passion for the arts of the Celtic nations: Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Brittany, Galicia, Cornwall, and the Isle of Man. Supported by award-winning educators in the genre, INISH Dance & Music is committed to exploring new ideas while remaining rooted in the tradition. Join us in celebrating the energy and passion of INISH



When: Mar 14, 2015 8 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: $3 (Sat, 14 Mar 2015 20 )
THE HOUR OF FEELING by Mona Mansour

Its 1967 and the map of the Middle East is about to change drastically. Fueled by a love of English Romantic poetry, Adham journeys from Palestine to London with his new wife, Abir, to deliver a career-defining lecture. As the young couples marriage is tested, Adham struggles to reconcile his ambitions with the pull of family and home. But what if seizing the moment means letting go of everything he knows? (From the Actors Theatre of Louisville The Humana Festival 2012)

Presented by the Theatre Department

Directed by David Eppel



When: May 7, 2015 7 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: $3 (Thu, 07 May 2015 19 )
Sankofa

Sankofais Williams Colleges step team founded by students in 1996. Stepping is a percussive dance form created by black fraternities in the mid-1900s. This movement style is influenced by military drill, South African gum boot, West African dance, and hip-hop. The word Sankofa is from the Akan language of Ghana that translates in English to reach back and get it. Sankofa uses this concept to reach back in order to step forward, reflecting the organizations mentality. Sankofa has been known to incorporate everything from pop music, spoken word, break dance, and gymnastics in its choreography, making for loud, high energy, and incredibly exciting performances.



When: Apr 10, 2015 8 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: $3 (Fri, 10 Apr 2015 20 )
In/Tolerance: Conflict and Violence in New French Film

The French Film festival continues tonight with Xavier Dolan's Tom la Ferme (Tom at the Farm).Set in Quebecs rural panorama, this psychological thriller centers on the ever-growing gap between city and country and the oppressive nature of men who live there. Stockholm syndrome, deception, grief and secretive savageries pervade this brief and brutal pilgrimage through the warped and ugly truth. Adapted from the original play by acclaimed Quebecois author Michel Marc Bouchard, Tom at the Farm is Xavier Dolans fourth film.

Canada/France 2013 102 minutes. In French with English subtitles. Admission is free.

Join us again next week, March 2, for Rengaine (Hold Back) by RachidDjadani.



When: Feb 23, 2015 7 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Mon, 23 Feb 2015 19 )
Faculty Lecture Series | Steven J. Miller

Associate professor of mathematics, Steven J. Miller, will deliver a talk titled, Why the IRS cares about the Riemann Zeta Function and Number Theory (and why you should too). Reception in Schow Atrium to follow.

The aim of the series is to present big ideas beyond disciplinary boundaries. The Faculty Lecture Series was founded in 1911 by Catherine Mariotti Pratt, the spouse of a faculty member who wanted to relieve the tedium of long New England winters with an opportunity to hear Williams professors talk about issues that really mattered to them.



When: Feb 12, 2015 4:15:00 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: Free (Thu, 12 Feb 2015 16:15:00 )
Faculty Lecture Series | Gage McWeeny

The final talk in the series, Maximalism and the Novel, will be presented by associate professor of English Gage McWeeny on. Reception in Schow Atrium to follow.

The aim of the series is to present big ideas beyond disciplinary boundaries. The Faculty Lecture Series was founded in 1911 by Catherine Mariotti Pratt, the spouse of a faculty member who wanted to relieve the tedium of long New England winters with an opportunity to hear Williams professors talk about issues that really mattered to them.



When: Mar 19, 2015 4:15:00 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: Free (Thu, 19 Mar 2015 16:15:00 )
Faculty Lecture Series | Mara Elena Cepeda

Associate professor of Latina/o studies and faculty affiliate in American studies and womens, gender, and sexuality studies, Mara Elena Cepeda, will give a lecture titled, The State and Status of Latina/o Feminist Media Studies. Reception in Schow Atrium to follow.

The aim of the series is to present big ideas beyond disciplinary boundaries. The Faculty Lecture Series was founded in 1911 by Catherine Mariotti Pratt, the spouse of a faculty member who wanted to relieve the tedium of long New England winters with an opportunity to hear Williams professors talk about issues that really mattered to them.



When: Feb 19, 2015 4:15:00 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: Free (Thu, 19 Feb 2015 16:15:00 )
Faculty Lecture Series | Sara Dubow

Associate professor of history Sara Dubow, will present A Constitutional Right Rendered Utterly Meaningless: Religious Exemptions and Reproductive Politics, 1973-2014. Reception in Schow Atrium to follow.

The aim of the series is to present big ideas beyond disciplinary boundaries. The Faculty Lecture Series was founded in 1911 by Catherine Mariotti Pratt, the spouse of a faculty member who wanted to relieve the tedium of long New England winters with an opportunity to hear Williams professors talk about issues that really mattered to them.



When: Mar 5, 2015 4:15:00 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: Free (Thu, 05 Mar 2015 16:15:00 )
Faculty Lecture Series | Mihai Stoiciu

Mihai Stoiciu, associate professor of mathematics, will present his talk, titled, Multidimensional Spaces and Their Mathematics: Matrices, Operators, and Eigenvalues, on. Reception in Schow Atrium to follow.

The aim of the series is to present big ideas beyond disciplinary boundaries. The Faculty Lecture Series was founded in 1911 by Catherine Mariotti Pratt, the spouse of a faculty member who wanted to relieve the tedium of long New England winters with an opportunity to hear Williams professors talk about issues that really mattered to them.



When: Mar 12, 2015 4:15:00 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: Free (Thu, 12 Mar 2015 16:15:00 )
"Writing and the Imperial Imagination in Early Japana Glimpse through Augustan Rome." Professor Wiebke Denecke, Boston University

Early cultural heroes and rulers in East Asia are often associated with writing and textual mastery, and literacy mattered strongly as a form of civilizing power. This stands in thought-provoking contrast to cultural heroes in Greco-Roman antiquity who, like Aeneas, more often excel as city founders and community builders rather than sophisticated writers or readers. What does this contrast tell us more generally about the different cultural status of writing in early East Asia and the Ancient Mediterranean? This lecture explores particular examples from early Japan and shows how comparison with Roman cases can help us appreciate more deeply how script and writing, alongside its cultural representations, connected the various polities of premodern East Asia.



When: Feb 13, 2015 5 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Fri, 13 Feb 2015 17 )
Women's Hockey vs Amherst (away)
Williams vs Amherst

When: Feb 6, 2015 7 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Fri, 06 Feb 2015 19 )
Men's Hockey vs Wesleyan (Conn.) (home)
Wesleyan (Conn.) vs Williams

When: Feb 6, 2015 7 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Fri, 06 Feb 2015 19 )
Men's Basketball vs Bates (away)
Williams vs Bates

When: Feb 6, 2015 7 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Fri, 06 Feb 2015 19 )
From Potential to Action with Kinetic

Kinetic, a student group, examines and designs action-focused solutions to prevailing problems through simulation. Event leaders will assist small groups in breaking down issues pertinent to this campus and brainstorming how to take action to address them and make our community a better place.

Claiming Williams 2015: Why Should We Care?



When: Feb 5, 2015 10:45:00 AM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Thu, 05 Feb 2015 10:45:00 )
Women's Hockey vs Connecticut Col. (away)
Williams vs Connecticut Col.

When: Feb 21, 2015 3 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sat, 21 Feb 2015 15 )
Men's Hockey vs Amherst (away)
Williams vs Amherst

When: Feb 21, 2015 3 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sat, 21 Feb 2015 15 )
Emile La Marquise du Chatelet Defends Her Life Tonight
The play has been described as fiercely inquisitive and joyfully sexy(The San Francisco Chronicle), an evening of humor and heartbreak (BroadwayWorld), and as an ambitious, highly theatrical romp that literally crackles with electricity (LA/OC Examiner). Although today she is best known for her fifteen-year liaison with Voltaire, Emilie Du Chatelet (1706-1749) was more than a great mans mistress. She was one of the leading interpreters of modern physics in Europe, as well as a master of mathematics and linguistics, during the Age of Enlightenment. Post performance discussion lead by Professor of Computer Science Andrea Danyluk. http://62center.williams.edu/events/emilie-la-marquise-du-chatelet-defends-her-life-tonight/ Student - $0.00

When: Feb 5, 2015 6:45:00 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts
Cost: $0 (Thu, 05 Feb 2015 18:45:00 )
Wrestling vs NEWA/METRO Duals (away)
Williams vs NEWA/METRO Duals

When: Jan 31, 2015 12 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sat, 31 Jan 2015 12 )
Women's Hockey vs Bowdoin (home)
Bowdoin vs Williams

When: Jan 31, 2015 3 PM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sat, 31 Jan 2015 15 )
Swimming vs Middlebury Invite (away)
Williams vs Middlebury Invite

When: Jan 31, 2015 9 AM in Williamstown, Massachusetts (Sat, 31 Jan 2015 09 )

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