Beginning this week, Berkshire Family Focus will be featured on The Greylock Glass’ podcast, “The Top Left Corner.” Just click play to hear our Weekend Lowdown clip below or to hear the full podcast where they talk sugah with Peter Phelps of Sweet Brook Farm with guest co-host, Tela Zasloff of the Greylock Independent HERE.
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We had a question on our Instagram from @tenderlly. She is wondering where the best hiking spots in the Berkshires are for kids ages 10 and under? Let’s help her out, by leaving your comments below.
PITTSFIELD — The Pediatric Development Center is pleased to announce their 4th Annual Wine & Beer Tasting & Silent Auction Fundraiser will be held on Thursday April 2, 2015 from 6pm to 9pm, at the Colonial Theater, Pittsfield. Light fare by Naturally Catering, Hot Harry’s, Mary’s Carrot Cakes and Tammy Famous Cookies will be served. […]
What do food, filmmakers, family and free have in common? They are all important aspects of Project Native’s 5th Film Festival. On the weekend of April 11th and 12th, eight award-winning environmental films will be shown free in Great Barrington as part of Project Native’s 5th Film Festival. On Saturday, April 11th there will be […]
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THE BERKSHIRES — I told you it’d start to feel a little more like spring this week and by the looks of our BFF Picks below … spring has sprung. From Easter Egg Hunts to April Fools celebrations, high school musicals to family movie nights and more, the Berkshires is coming alive this weekend — […]
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THE BERKSHIRES — It may not feel like spring, but that doesn’t mean the Berkshires is not thinking spring. And what better way to kick of the season than with some good ole’ family fun in the form of an Easter egg hunt. The region has several taking place in the upcoming weeks. Here’s a […]
Central Berkshire Regional School District will be conducting free educational screenings for children ages 3-5
THE BERKSHIRES — Central Berkshire Regional School District will be conducting free screenings for any child between the ages of 3 and 5 who resides in the seven town district. Appointments for the screening should be made by calling Michelle Kasala (413) 684-2225, ext. 5102. Monday March 30 9 a.m.-noon Berkshire Trail Elementary, 2 Main St., Cummington […]
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Months ago I asked BFF Kid-Tester, Joe, to take a look at the new Excavate! Dinosaurs: Paper Toy Paleontology written by Jonathan Tennant and Vladimir Nikolov and published by North Adams-based Storey Publishing. Joe took to his testing task right away —and very seriously — and got right back to us with photos and his thoughts […]
WILLIAMSTOWN — Are you looking for a fun indoor activity to share with your kids, that’s also healthy and educational? Wild Oats is hosting a cooking class for children and their parents or guardians, on Friday, March 27, from 2 to 4 p.m. The class will be led by Heather Mumford, Wild Oats kitchen staffer […]