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Fall in Love with Fall

Posted on September 15, 2022Written by 1Berkshire Marketing Team

 

It’s a magical time of year #intheBerkshires!

From the vibrant colors on the trees to the spice-tinged air, fall has arrived and there’s so much to love about this season. Here are a few ideas of places to stay and places to play in the Berkshires.

Hotel on North
Enjoy your fall escape in the heart of the Berkshires at the pet-friendly Hotel on North. This stylish 45-room boutique hotel with recently renovated bar and lounge is a perfect spot to begin and end your autumnal adventures. Stroll to restaurants, shops, and cultural attractions, then recharge in your unique room – no two are alike – where every piece of décor was handpicked for its individuality.

The Clark
Closing soon! Rodin in the United States: Confronting the Modern is on view through September 18 at the Clark Art Institute in Williamstown. Featuring 75+ sculptures and drawings, the show tells the story of the wide circle of individuals who helped to introduce Auguste Rodin’s work to U.S. museums and collectors, and is one of the largest exhibitions on the artist in the last forty years.

Alliance for a Viable Future
Join 15 tribal nations for a celebration of Native American culture in southern Berkshires. From October 8-10, experience music, singing, and keynote speeches during Honoring Native America at the Mahaiwe PAC; a livestreamed Indigenous Voices Panel at Kripalu; and a Ceremonial Walk beginning at the Great Barrington Gazebo on Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Learn more and buy tickets today.

Shakespeare & Company
The Sapphire Season continues at Shakespeare & Company this fall! Don’t miss Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure, on stage through September 18. From September 23-October 30, catch Golden Leaf Rag Time Blues by Charles Smith, a musical story of a young African American boy and an aging vaudevillian. Just a short walk from the center of Lenox’s quaint downtown, these shows are sure to entertain.

Apple Tree Inn
Surround yourself with the natural beauty of the Berkshires this fall with a stay at the charming and historic Apple Tree Inn in picturesque Lenox. Treat yourself to a culinary adventure at the Bellflower Restaurant & Terrace as you savor creations by James Beard Award-Winning Executive Chef Myriam Cordova. Then enjoy live music while sipping delicious cocktails in the  atmospheric Ostrich Room.

RambleFest
Celebrate the season with ProAdams’ RambleFest, a two-day festival of outdoor fun during peak foliage season. On October 9th, RambleFest features live music, local libations, activities for the entire family, plus food, crafts, and a multitude of vendors – admission is free! The following day on the 10th, tackle the 54th Greylock Ramble, an annual hike to the summit of Mt. Greylock. Start planning today!

Berkshire Elegant Country Inns
Book your mid-week Berkshire stay at one of four historic inns offering comfortable and elegant accommodations in a country setting. Fuel up for each day’s adventure with a gourmet breakfast – see a play, peep the fall foliage, go antiquing, recharge with a spa visit, or hike to a breathtaking summit. Experience fall in the Berkshires with a memorable getaway.

Berkshire Art Center
Delve into hands-on creative expression in visual arts at Berkshire Art Center (formerly IS183 Art School)! Choose from 2 locations – flagship in Stockbridge or new space in Pittsfield – to register for classes in painting, wheel throwing, photography, beading, collage, and more. From a gallery shop of local artist’s work to free family art events, there’s something for everyone at Berkshire Art Center!

66th Annual Fall Foliage Parade
Visit in early October to attend the annual Fall Foliage Parade, celebrating all things autumnal in the Berkshires! Hosted by 1Berkshire and the city of North Adams, this festive, inclusive, and vibrant downtown event is fun for the entire family. Mark your calendars for Sunday, October 2, 2022!

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