Berkshire Family Fun: March 2014

Berkshire County Highlights for Families:
March 2014

Find out about community events and learning opportunities happening throughout Berkshire County for the month of March. We’ll be adding to this list as the month progresses, so be sure to check back each week. Do you have an event you’d like to include in this list? Email us at hilltownfamilies@gmail.com.

To find out what’s happening throughout the four counties of Western MA, check our comprehensive list of Weekly Suggested Events, published every Thursday! There you will also find our list of ongoing weekday playgroups, storyhours and events both in Berkshire County and throughout the region.

List of Weekly Suggested Events


North Berkshire

Adams | Florida | Hancock | Lanesborough | Monterey | North Adams | Williamstown | Windsor

Central Berkshire | South Berkshire

ADAMS

CHESHIRE

FLORIDA

HANCOCK

  • Jiminy Peak  — 413-738-5500. 37 Corey Road.

LANESBOROUGH

MONTEREY

NORTH ADAMS

Thursday, March 6, 6:30pm – MUSIC/DANCE: Come to the North Adams Public Library for “Tap and Blues: An Interactive Presentation,” with Delta blues artist Robin O’Herin and rhythm tap dancer Stefanie Weber. This is a fun chance to get out of the house during the cold winter months and learn about blues and tap! 413-662-3133. 74 Church Street. North Adams, MA. (FREE)

Monday, March 24, 5:30pm-7pm – PARENT WORKSHOP: Child Care of the Berkshires, Inc. is offering a workshop for parents and stepparents on “Active Parenting for Blended Families.” This four-part series addresses some of the challenges of a blended family and gives stepfamilies support and guidance. The workshop meets 3/24, 3/31, 4/7, and 4/21 at the Haskins Center. Call to register. 413-664-4821. 210 State Street. North Adams, MA.

WILLIAMSTOWN

Saturday, March 1, 10:30am-6:15pm – FOOD STUDIES: Images Cinema’s “Fresh Fest” continues today with a live stream of “TEDx Manhattan: Changing the Way We Eat” at Williams College’s Wege Auditorium. Speakers will discuss topics related to food, food security, food justice, and sustainability. Older students interested in food studies will enjoy these TED talks. 413-458-5612. Williamstown, MA.

Saturday, March 1, 1pm-4pm – HUMAN LIBRARY: The Human Library Project was founded in Denmark in 2001 as a way to promote human rights and create understanding between people from all different backgrounds and walks of life. People can check out human “books” in order to learn about different topics at the Williams College Paresky Student Center today. One can check out “books” on topics like “Growing Up in the Jim Crow South,” “Interracial Marriage,” “Olympic Athlete,” “Gay College Student,” and many more. People of all ages can come to the Human Library and learn about each person’s backgrounds, stories, lives, and what sorts of challenges they have faced. This is an excellent way to forge connections with people of all ages. 413-597-3131. 39 Chapin Hall Drive. Williamstown, MA.

Saturday, March 1, 3pm – FOOD STUDIES/AGRICULTURE: Images Cinema’s “Fresh Fest” continues today with a screening of After Winter, Spring, a documentary about farmers in the Périgord region of southwest France. The film explores the challenges faced by these farmers and what it means for the futures of their farms. 413-458-5612. 50 Spring Street. Williamstown, MA.

Saturday, March 1, 5pm – FOOD STUDIES: Images Cinema’s “Fresh Fest” continues today with a screening of Soul Food Junkies, a documentary about the upsides and downsides of soul food. The film, directed by Byron Hurt, explores the history and social significance of soul food and its (positive and negative) effects on African American health. This film would be best for older students interested in food studies. 413-458-5612. 50 Spring Street. Williamstown, MA.

Sunday, March 2, 3pm – FOOD STUDIES/AGRICULTURE: Images Cinema’s “Fresh Fest” continues today with a screening of Leviathan, a documentary about the dangerous world of commercial fishing. The film will be introduced by Alison Carter, Senior Program Officer of Fisheries of the World Wildlife Fund. This documentary would be best for older students interested in food studies. 413-458-5612. 50 Spring Street. Williamstown, MA.

Sunday, March 2, 8pm – PARENTS’ NIGHT OUT: Attend an Oscars Party tonight at Images Cinema! Red Carpet Night features the Academy Awards shown on the big screen, as well as movie-themed cocktails, a silent auction, prizes for best dressed, and more. This is a fun way to watch the Academy Awards! 413-458-5612. 50 Spring Street. Williamstown, MA.

Monday, March 3, 7pm – FILM: The Williams College French Film Festival continues tonight at Images Cinema with a screening of Amour (2012; rated PG-13). It is a drama about an elderly couple whose love is tested following an attack. 413-458-5612. 50 Spring Street. Williamstown, MA. $

Saturday, March 15, 11am-1pm – THEATER: Kids in grade 6 and up can attend an improv workshop at the David and Joyce Milne Public Library, taught by Barb Cardillo of Royal Berkshire Improv Troupe (RBIT). The workshop will consist of warm ups, theater games, and improv techniques. Sign up in the children’s room. 413-458-5369. 1095 Main Street. Williamstown, MA.

Saturday, March 15, 2pm – FAMILY MOVIE: Williamstown Community Chest presents a free screening of National Velvet (1944; rated G) at Images Cinema. The movie is about a jaded former jockey who helps a young girl prepare a wild horse for England’s Grand National Sweepstakes. The film will delight kids and adults of all ages. 413-458-5612. 50 Spring Street. Williamstown, MA. (FREE)

WINDSOR

Saturday, March 1, 10am-1pm – HIKING/NATURE STUDIES: Explore the high-elevation forests of Tamarack Hollow with Aimee Gelinas of Tamarack Hollow Nature and Cultural Center. Forests at high elevations are unique in their plant and animal life, and you can learn how to identify some of these plants, like balsam fir, and look for tracks of animals, like snowshoe hare and ruffled grouse. This snowshoe hike is approximately two miles round trip and is best for older teens and adults. More information about the event and snowshoe rentals can be found on the Mass Audubon website. Registration is required. 413-584-3009. 1516 Savoy Hollow Road. Windsor, MA. $$

Friday, March 14, 7pm-9pm – OUTDOOR ADVENTURES: Tonight is the Trustees of Reservations’ Full Moon Skiing and Snowshoeing event at Notchview. Come meet other skiers, enjoy the outdoors, and have cider and popcorn after the event. Best for older students and adults. 413-684-0148. Route 9. Windsor, MA. $

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Central Berkshire

Becket | Dalton | Hinsdale | Lee | Lenox | Pittsfield | Richmond | Stockbridge | Tyringham | Washington | West Stockbridge

North Berkshire | South Berkshire

BECKET

Wednesday, March 12, 10am-12noon – HIKING: Explore the great outdoors on an easy 2.5 mile loop hike with Berkshire Natural Resources Council at Basin Pond. Please carpool if possible. 413-499-0596. Becket Road. Becket, MA.

DALTON

Crane Museum of Papermaking — Visit the Crane Museum of Papermaking to learn about the history of papermaking at Crane since the early 1800’s. Located on the banks of the Housatonic River, the building itself is a museum! This is a great opportunity to learn about local history. The museum is open weekdays from 1-5pm. — 413-684-2600. 30 South Street. (FREE)

Dalton CRA  — 413-684-0260. 400 Main St.

HINSDALE

LEE

Saturday, March 1, 11am-12noon – PUPPET SHOW: The Animal Crackers Puppetry Troupe presents “Captain Dan the Fried Egg Man,” a puppet show for all ages! Come enjoy this fun show at Spectrum Playhouse. 413-394-5023. 20 Franklin Street. Lee, MA.

Wednesday, March 5, 10:30am-11:15am – LITERACY: You and your child can work together to develop pre-reading skills at the Lee Library’s “Every Child Ready to Read” workshop. The workshop is for kids birth-age through five years and runs every Wednesday from 3/5 to 4/2 (five meetings). The workshop includes a literacy workshop, storytime, and playgroup. This is a great chance to introduce your young child to the world of reading! Registration is required and you must register for the full five-week session. 413-464-5095. 100 Main Street. Lee, MA. (FREE)

Saturday, March 15, 11am-12noon – CHILDREN’S PERFORMANCE: Spectrum Playhouse presents “Mambo and Nemonee’s Worldwide Adventures,” a performance by Nutshell Playhouse. This fun performance features live music, puppetry, masks, movement, and more. 413-394-5023. 20 Franklin Street. Lee, MA.

LENOX

Saturday, March 1, 10am-12noon – BIRD STUDIES: Observe birds and learn about bird banding at Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary. Sanctuary volunteers will demonstrate how to use mist nets and what information can be gathered through bird banding. Visitors can come and go from the program as they wish. Free with Sanctuary admission. 413-637-0320. 472 West Mountain Road. Lenox, MA. >$

Saturday, March 8, 10am-1pm – HIKING: Enjoy the beautiful Berkshires in winter with Berkshire Natural Resources Council on a hike at North Yokun Ridge! This easy, 3-4 mile hike will take you from Olivia’s Overlook to Monks Pond and the Brothers Trail, allowing you to see many lovely natural areas. 413-499-0596. Lenox Road. Lenox, MA.

Saturday, March 15, 9:30am-11am – LEGOS: The Lenox Library is holding a LEGO Build-a-Thon for kids ages 5-14. Come to the library and have fun being a LEGO architect by building your own mini dream home. Construction goes from 9:30 to 10:15, followed by a demonstration. Kids can be creative and get involved in architecture at this event. Registration is required. 413-637-0197. 18 Main Street. Lenox, MA.

Sunday, March 16, 3:30pm-5:30pm – MUSIC/CULTURAL STUDIES: Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Ventfort Hall’s “Irish Music and Shamrock Tea” event! Ted Soulos and Paul Crook will play Irish tunes, primarily on the whistle and flute. There will also be Irish-themed foods like a special shamrock tea, Irish soda bread, cookies, and more. Older students and adults will enjoy this lively and educational musical event. 413-637-3206. 104 Walker Street. Lenox, MA. $$

Wednesday, March 19, 10am-11:30am – HIKING: Join Berkshire Natural Resources Council for an easy 1.5 mile hike at Stevens Glen. This hike features a beautiful waterfall. Best for older students or adults because of moderate elevation changes and ice on the trail. Please bring snowshoes or spikes. 413-499-0596. Lenox Branch Road. Lenox, MA.

Sunday, March 23, 4pm – GOVERNMENT: Today’s installment of the Lenox Library’s Distinguished Lecture Series is “Local Government: Making the System Work for You,” with David Roche (Chairman of the Lenox Board of Selectmen), Smitty Pignatelli (Massachusetts State Representative), and Benjamin Downing (Massachusetts State Senator). This program would be best for older students interested in government. 413-637-2630. 18 Main Street. Lenox, MA.

Saturday, March 29, 3:30pm – LIVING HISTORY: When you think of the the history of electricity, who comes to mind? Thomas Edison?  What about George Westinghouse?  Veteran actor Douglas Weeks will perform a one-man show titled “Westinghouse and Edison:  War of Currents” at Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age Museum. Weeks will take on the role of George Westinghouse, 19th century inventor, industrialist and a pioneer in the early days of the electrical industry (who also summered in Lenox).  Although Westinghouse invented a wide range of mechanical equipment including the railroad air brake, Weeks will focus on the titanic battle between Westinghouse and Thomas Edison in creating a system for distributing electrical power.  Older youth with audience skills interested in learning about history and the industrial revolution will enjoy this living history program.   A Victorian tea will be offered after the performance. RSVP. 413-637-3206. 104 Walker Street. Lenox, MA ($$)

PITTSFIELD

ALL DAY – OUTDOOR ADVENTURES: Tubing is a great activity for the winter months – it is fun for all ages and it gives you a chance to spend time with family and friends in the outdoors. In addition to the many sledding hills in Western Massachusetts, there are three ski resorts that offer tubing on their slopes: Ski Butternut in Great Barrington, Berkshire East in Charlemont, and Bousquet in Pittsfield. Rates and hours for each resort can be found at the links above.

Monday, March 3, 10am-11am – LITERACY: You and your child can work together to develop pre-reading skills at the Berkshire Athenaeum’s “Every Child Ready to Read” workshop. The workshop is for preschoolers and their parents/caregivers. It focuses on the five early literacy practices – talking, singing, reading, writing, and playing along with activities. This is a great chance to introduce your young child to the world of reading! 413-499-4809. 1 Wendell Avenue. Pittsfield, MA.

Saturday, March 8, 10:30am-12:30pm – CULTURAL STUDIES/PHOTOGRAPHY: Dan Mead and Sally Eagle of MeadEagle Photos will be at the Berkshire Museum to present and discuss their wildlife and cultural photography from India, Myanmar, and Bhutan. Kids and adults can learn about nature and society in other parts of the world through the photographs and discussion. Seating is limited so reservations are requested. Free with museum admission. 413-443-7171 x10. 39 South Street. Pittsfield, MA. $

Monday, March 10, 10am-11am – LITERACY: You and your child can work together to develop pre-reading skills at the Berkshire Athenaeum’s “Every Child Ready to Read” workshop. The workshop is for preschoolers and their parents/caregivers. It focuses on the five early literacy practices – talking, singing, reading, writing, and playing along with activities. This is a great chance to introduce your young child to the world of reading! 413-499-4809. 1 Wendell Avenue. Pittsfield, MA.

Saturday, March 15, TBA – ST. PATRICK’S DAY: Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Bousquet Mountain at their 14th annual Irish Olympics! There will be activities for all ages, including fireworks and a slush run. 413-442-8316. 101 Dan Fox Drive. Pittsfield, MA.

Sunday, March 16, 2pm-4pm – ANIMAL STUDIES: Mary A. Koncel of the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University will present a talk titled “Controversy and Consensus: Managing Our Wild Horses” today at the Berkshire Humane Society. Those who would like to learn about some of the issues surrounding wild horses and their management would enjoy this talk. Weather permitting, there will even be a chance to meet a locally adopted mustang! 413-447-7878. 214 Barker Road. Pittsfield, MA. (FREE)

Sunday, March 16, 3pm-5pm – PURIM: Families can celebrate Purim at Temple Anshe Amunim’s Purim Carnival! The carnival features a performance, activities, and games. This is a fun family activity and an opportunity to celebrate Purim with Temple community members. 413-442-5910. 26 Broad Street. Pittsfield, MA.

Saturday, March 22, 1:30pm & 7pm – FILM: The Berkshire Museum’s Little Cinema presents a French Cinema Rendez-Vous – pay to see the afternoon film, then get into the evening show for free! The Museum will screen Age of Panic (2013, not rated) at 1:30pm and Under the Rainbow (2013; not rated) at 7pm. The films are in French with English subtitles. Please see the Berkshire Museum website to learn more about these films, as some may not be appropriate for children. 413-443-7171. 39 South Street. Pittsfield, MA. $

Sunday, March 23, 1:30pm & 7pm – FILM: The Berkshire Museum’s Little Cinema presents a French Cinema Rendez-Vous – pay to see the afternoon film, then get into the evening show for free! The Museum will screen Tip Top (2013, not rated) at 1:30pm and 2 Autumns, 3 Winters (2013; not rated) at 7pm. The films are in French with English subtitles. Please see the Berkshire Museum website to learn more about these films, as some may not be appropriate for children. 413-443-7171. 39 South Street. Pittsfield, MA. $

Sunday, March 23, 3pm – CONCERT: Since 1969, the United States Army Jazz Ambassadors band has been performing one of America’s great original art forms all around the world. “America’s Big Band” will perform big band swing, bebop, Latin, contemporary jazz, standards, pop music, Dixieland, and more at the Colonial Theatre on March 23. Music-lovers of all ages will enjoy this exciting big band performance. 413-997-4444. 111 South Street. Pittsfield, MA.

Monday, March 24, 1:30pm & 7pm – FILM: The Berkshire Museum’s Little Cinema presents a French Cinema Rendez-Vous – pay to see the afternoon film, then get into the evening show for free! The Museum will screen Cineastes (not rated) at 1:30pm and The Marchers (2013; not rated) at 7pm. The films are in French with English subtitles. Please see the Berkshire Museum website to learn more about these films, as some may not be appropriate for children. 413-443-7171. 39 South Street. Pittsfield, MA. $

Every Saturday, 12:30pm – ANIMAL STUDIES: It’s chow time at the Berkshire Museum! Come watch museum staff some of the aquarium’s most exciting residents. Free with museum admission. 413-443-7171. 39 South Street. Pittsfield, MA. $

RICHMOND

STOCKBRIDGE

Saturday, March 15, 5pm-6pm – CULTURAL STUDIES/HISTORY: Learn about the cultural traditions of the Shakers with historian and author of Shaker Style, Sharon Koomler, at the Norman Rockwell Museum. She will discuss Shaker form and function from the 1700s to the present day. Those interested in learning more about the Shakers and their minimalist style will enjoy this talk. 413-298-4100. 9 Route 183. Stockbridge, MA. $

Sunday, March 16, 4pm – AUTHOR TALK: Local author Catherine Reid will be at the Stockbridge Library to discuss her new book, Falling into Place: An Intimate Geography of Home. The book is about Reid’s upbringing in New England and the importance of her connections to the natural environment. Older teens and adults who want to learn more about Reid or her book will enjoy this talk. 413-298-5501. 46 Main Street. Stockbridge, MA.

Sunday, March 30, 2pm – CLOTHING/ART/HISTORY: Discover the fascinating world of hats at the Norman Rockwell Museum with Curator Joyce K. Schiller! Schiller will discuss the importance of hats in the 20th Century, what hats reveal about their wearers, and works of art that feature hats. This talk would be best for older students or adults. Free with museum admission. 413-298-4100. 9 Route 183. Stockbridge, MA. $

TYRINGHAM

Woven Roots Farm — 413-528-9697.

WASHINGTON

WEST STOCKBRIDGE

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South Berkshire

Great Barrington | Housatonic | Monterey | New Marlborough | Sheffield

North Berkshire | Central Berkshire

GREAT BARRINGTON

ALL DAY – OUTDOOR ADVENTURES: Tubing is a great activity for the winter months – it is fun for all ages and it gives you a chance to spend time with family and friends in the outdoors. In addition to the many sledding hills in Western Massachusetts, there are three ski resorts that offer tubing on their slopes: Ski Butternut in Great Barrington, Berkshire East in Charlemont, and Bousquet in Pittsfield. Rates and hours for each resort can be found at the links above.

Monday, March 3, 10:15am-11am – LITERACY: You and your child can work together to develop pre-reading skills at the Mason Library‘s “Every Child Ready to Read” workshop. The workshop is for kids birth-age through five years and runs every Monday for five weeks. The workshop includes a literacy workshop, storytime, and playgroup, and each family will receive five picture books, a book bag, and helpful information and resources. This is a great chance to introduce your young child to the world of reading! Registration is required and you must register for the full five-week session. 413-528-2403. 231 Main Street. Great Barrington, MA.

Thursday, March 6, 4pm-5pm – BOOK GROUP: The Mason Library‘s Massachusetts Children’s Book Award Nominees book group meets today. Come discuss and do fun activities related to the books. 413-528-2403. 231 Main Street. Great Barrington, MA.

Saturday, March 8, 8pm – PARENTS’ NIGHT OUT: Cowboy Junkies will be performing at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center tonight! This well-known band has been around since the 1980s and are known for their blend of blues, country, folk, and rock, including cover songs, originals, and traditional songs. Don’t miss this opportunity to see them right here in Western Mass! Tickets available in advance. 413-528-0100. 14 Castle Street. Great Barrington, MA. $$$

Saturday, March 15, 11am – PUPPETS: The Hollyhock Dream is a story written by early-childhood teachers at the Great Barrington Rudolf Steiner School, about a girl and her brother who search for a flower in the forest to make their mother well. The fairy tale will be performed as a puppet play at the Mason Library today. Kids will enjoy seeing this delightful story acted out with puppets. 413-528-2403. 231 Main Street. Great Barrington, MA.

Saturday, March 15, 3pm – CULINARY ARTS/COMMUNITY SERVICE: Dog- and cat-loving kids can learn how to make pet treats from scratch at the Berkshire Co-Op Market. This event can help kids become more interested in cooking.  It’s also the perfect opportunity to participate in community service by taking this newly learned skill home and making a big batch of pet treats to donate to your local animal shelter!  Please call or stop by the front desk to sign up. 413-528-9697. 42 Bridge Street. Great Barrington, MA.

Sunday, March 16, 4pm – FAMILY MOVIE: The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center is screening Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968; rated G), the classic children’s fantasy musical. This is a rare chance to see it on the big screen, and kids and adults alike will enjoy seeing this classic film. 413-528-0100. 14 Castle Street. Great Barrington, MA. $

Thursday, March 20, 4pm-5pm – BOOK GROUP: The Mason Library‘s Massachusetts Children’s Book Award Nominees book group meets today. Come discuss and do fun activities related to the books. 413-528-2403. 231 Main Street. Great Barrington, MA.

Sunday, March 23, 10:30am – LOCAL FOOD/MAPLE SYRUP: Join the Berkshire Co-Op Market (Great Barrington, MA) for their annual farm tour at Mead’s Maple Syrup. Winter and Jude Mead will give an in-depth tour of their farm and maple syrup making process. The tour will be followed by a pancake brunch. This farm tour would be fun for those who are interested in learning more about the process of making maple syrup. Please sign up in advance. Meet at the Farm. 413-528-9697 x10. 37 Tobey Hill Road. Canaan, CT.

Saturday, March 29, 7pm – ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES/FILM: Project Native’s Environmental Film Festival kicks off tonight at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center with a screening of Revolution (2012; rated PG), Rob Stewart’s award-winning film exploring the interconnectedness of all living things and the importance of conservation to human livelihood and the health of the planet. 413-274-3433. 14 Castle Street. Great Barrington, MA. (FREE)

Sunday, March 30, 10am-10pm – ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES/FILM: Project Native’s Environmental Film Festival continues today at the Triplex Cinema. Award-winning documentaries about a variety of current environmental issues will be screened all day at the theater, and older students and adults interested in these topics will enjoy learning about the issues and seeing these fascinating films. The first film of the day is Flight of the Butterflies (2012), which will be screened in 3D and is appropriate for children and families. A full list of films can be found on Project Native’s website, which is linked to above. Seating is limited. 413-274-3433. 70 Railroad Street. Great Barrington, MA. (FREE)

HOUSATONIC

MONTEREY

NEW MARLBOROUGH

New Marlborough Library  — 413-664-0104. 1 Mill River-Great Barrington Road.

OTIS

Sunday, March 23, 3pm-4pm – SPORTS: Kids ages 8-11 can come learn how to play baseball and improve their skills. The Otis Recreation Commission is offering a free, drop-in indoor baseball clinic where kids can practice pitching and batting with tennis balls. Takes place at Farmington River Elementary School. 413-269-4541. 555 North Main Road. Otis, MA. (FREE)

SANDISFIELD

SHEFFIELD

Saturday, March 1, 10am-12noon – SNOWSHOEING: Join the Trustees of Reservations at Bartholomew’s Cobble for a Snowshoe Trek! Explore the reservation’s forests, fields, hills, and river, as well as wildlife tracks and signs, on this easy-to-moderate trek. Snowshoes available in kid and adult sizes. Please RSVP. 413-229-8600. 105 Weatogue Road. Sheffield, MA. $

Saturday, March 22, 5:30pm-11pm – CONTRA DANCE: Sheffield Contra Dance presents their First Annual Spring Fever Dance with Fern Bradley and the 5 Mile String Band. The evening starts off with a community sing-along, and features a potluck supper, family dance, and contra dance. The fun community-oriented event is open to all ages and skill levels. Takes place at Dewey Memorial Hall. 91 Main Street. Sheffield, MA. $

Saturday, March 29, 12noon-3:30pm – HIKING: See two great Berkshire waterfalls with the Berkshire Natural Resources Council on a hike at Race Brook Falls! The moderate, three mile hike will take you on a tour of these falls. The hike features some steep elevation gains and would therefore be best for older teens and adults. 413-499-0596. Route 41. Sheffield, MA.

Every Saturday, 9am-4:30pm – HIKING: Join the Trustees of Reservations at Bartholomew’s Cobble every Saturday this winter for Hot Chocolate Saturdays, featuring outdoor activities like hiking, snowshoeing, and more. This is a great way to get outside during the cold winter months. 413-229-8600. 105 Weatogue Road. Sheffield, MA. >$

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