Pittsfield Office of Cultural Development



  • 28 Renne Ave.
    Pittsfield, MA 01201
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Pittsfield Office of Cultural Development Deals:

Shakespeare in the Park

Shakespeare outdoors, under the stars! Join us for our summer production of William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, a delightful comedy of misplaced passion and mistaken identities. First Street Common, 874 North Street, Pittsfield. Admission is free. Performances Thursday – Sunday at 8pm.

Expires Sunday, August 6th, 2017


Pittsfield Office of Cultural Development Articles and Posts:

Private: Bring Your Dancin’ Shoes

Bring Your Dancin’ Shoes
By Noah Weiss
Music is alive and well in The Berkshires. While international superstars like Wilco, Arlo Guthrie,…

Early Spring Hiking

While your first thoughts after stoking the wood stove on a cold spring morning may be to wrap yourself in…

Feeding the Spirit

By Lesley Ann Beck
January and February are the coldest months, but after the indulgences of December, they are also months…

Spring is Busting Out All Over

By Jake Levin
Spring is upon us! Everyday more flowers blossom, the trees grow new buds, and delicious edible wild plants…

The 18th Century Trail

A guide to six of Berkshire County’s earliest homes
By Chris Hayden
Long before the Mass Pike or Taconic Parkway brought tourists…

3 Days of Outdoor Fun Itinerary

12:00pm Arrive in Pittsfield and Check into the Crowne Plaza
One West Street, Pittsfield, MA; 413-499-2000
The Crowne Plaza Hotel in…

The Bounty Around Us

Berkshire Farmers Markets Bring Local Produce Home
By Ginna Dudney
This year, more than ever, Farmers Markets are enabling families to bring…

Fair Hopping in the Fall

By Lisa Green
In the Berkshires, September ushers in a panoply of fairs and festivals that take on a whole different…

Want to Take a Day Trip!

By Kelly Bevan Mcllquham
When my kids were younger, we used to embark on the occasional “Surprise Sunday” road trip. We…