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  • You Can Do This

    In their own words, Foster parents speak of the rewards of opening their hearts and homes to a child in need. Their message is clear: they can do this — and you can do this. Hear more stories about foster parenting from others who have stepped up for a child.

Through the Lens Photo Exhibit

Berkshire Children and Families, Berkshire Museum, and Miss Hall’s School have teamed up to curate the exhibit Through the Lens: a story-based portrait series featuring youth in the Pittsfield community from Herberg and Reid Middle Schools and based on the Dear World Project.  Mikala L’Hote (a recent graduate from Miss Hall’s from Pittsfield and intern at the Berkshire Museum) and Gabriela Keator (also recent MHS graduate from Lenox and an intern at Berkshire Children and Families) worked with students at Herberg and Reid, asking them the question: “What do you want your message to the world to be?”  Students then were photographed, with their message painted on their arms.

The exhibit will be displayed at the Lichtenstein Center for the Arts at 28 Renne Ave in Pittsfield with an opening reception on October 6, 5:00-8:00PM.  For more information contact:


Kids 4 Harmony at Williamstown Theatre Festival

August 13—16

Sunday August 13, 6 PM, members of Kids 4 Harmony will play at the picnic prior to the “Once Upon a Time in the Berkshires” production.  During the performances five K4H North Adams students will also participate in the play.  Although performances are free, reservations are required: (413) 458-3253 or click here.