January 1, 2018 - January 31, 2030

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(5/15-6/30) THE GREAT BARRINGTON FARMERS MARKET IS BACK FOR ITS 28TH YEAR. IT WILL BE OPEN EVERY SATURDAY UNTIL OCTOBER 27TH, FROM 9AM-1PM, AT 18 CHURCH ST. IN GREAT BARRINGTON. AROUND 3 DOZEN LOCAL VENDORS WILL HAVE EVERYTHING FROM FRUITS, VEGETABLES & FLOWERS TO CHEESE, MEATS, BREAD, BAKED GOODS, PRESERVES, HONEY, MASS.MAPLE SYRUP, COFFEE, CHOCOLATES & MORE! THERE WILL BE MUSIC AND CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES TO ADD TO THE FUN. AND BE SURE TO CHECK OUT THE GREAT BARRINGTON ARTS MARKET TOO, WITH THE WORK OF LOCAL ARTISANS AND CRAFTS PEOPLE.

(5/31-8/30) FAIRVIEW HOSPITAL WILL OFFER A FREE BLOOD PRESSURE CLINIC MONDAY MORNINGS THROUGH THE SUMMER FROM 10:30-NOON IN THE LOBBY AT THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF FAIRVIEW HOSPITAL. NO APPOINTMENT IS NECESSARY. DROP IN AND KNOW YOUR NUMBERS! IT CAN BE LIFESAVING!

(6/22) TOWN PLAYERS OF PITTSFIELD PRESENTS “JUST SAY CHEESE: A MUSICAL COLLAGE OF MEMORIES” IN THE BOLAND THEATRE AT BERKSHIRE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, 1350 WEST STREET, PITTSFIELD. THE SHOW STARTS AT 7:30 P.M. ON FRIDAY, JUNE 22 & SAT. JUNE 23, WITH A 2:00 MATINEE ON SUNDAY JUNE 24. TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE ONLINE AT TOWNPLAYERS.ORG OR BY CALLING 413-443-9279.

(6/22) BARD COLLEGE AT SIMON’S ROCK HAS ADDED A NEW YOUTH PROGRAM TO ITS SUMMER CALENDAR. YOUNG LEADERS: GLOBAL ISSUES INITIATIVES IS A TWO-WEEK PROGRAM FOR AGES 11 TO 14, RUNNING MONDAY, JUNE 25, THROUGH FRIDAY, JULY 6, FROM 8 A.M. TO 4:30 P.M. THE PROGRAM CHALLENGES PARTICIPANTS TO EXPLORE ONE ISSUE CONFRONTING THE WORLD. THIS SUMMER, STUDENTS WILL CONSIDER THE QUESTION, “IS CLEAN WATER A RIGHT OR A PRIVILEGE?” FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: SIMONS-ROCK.EDU .

6/22) BARD COLLEGE AT SIMON'S ROCK PRESENTS A BRAND NEW PERFORMING ARTS AND COMMUNITY-ENGAGEMENT FESTIVAL, DANIEL'S ART PARTY, FEATURING THREE WEEKS OF UNIQUE AND FUN SHOWS FOR ALL, NOW THROUGH JULY 1. SHOWS WILL INCLUDE VARIOUS MUSIC & DANCE PERFORMANCES, PLUS INTERACTIVE ACTIVITIES. TICKETS FOR THIS FAMILY-FRIENDLY FESTIVAL ARE ON SALE NOW: $10 TO $15 FOR ADULTS, $5 FOR KIDS (AGES 4-12); KIDS 3 AND UNDER ARE FREE. AN ALL-ACCESS PARTY PASS TO ATTEND ALL EVENTS IS $50 FOR ADULTS AND $25 FOR KIDS. FOR MORE INFO EMAIL: DANIELSARTPARTY@SIMONS-ROCK.EDU OR CALL 413-528-7400.

(6/23) GET READY FOR A GREAT SHOW SATURDAY JUNE 23, AS TOMMY T. & BLACK VELVET SING CLASSIC ROCK TUNES, FEATURING SCOTT KAHLSTROM AS ELVIS! DOORS OPEN AT 6:30 AT THE SHEFFIELD AMERICAN LEGION HALL ON ROUTE 7. ADMISSION IS $10 AT THE DOOR, WITH REFRESHMENTS INCLUDED. THERE WILL BE A CASH BAR & A 50-50. PROCEEDS WILL BENEFIT OUR LADY OF THE VALLEY CHURCH IN SHEFFIELD.

(6/23) ACTOR AND DIRECTOR KAREN ALLEN’S AWARD WINNING SHORT FILM, “A TREE. A ROCK. A CLOUD”, WHICH WAS FILMED IN SANDISFIELD IN 2016 WILL SCREEN AT THE SANDISFIELD ARTS CENTER THIS SATURDAY, JUNE 23 AT 7:30PM. TICKETS ARE $10 AND CAN BE PURCHASED AT SANDISFIELDARTSCENTER.ORG.

(6/23) THE NON-PROFIT BERKSHIRE HILLS TENNIS ASSOCIATION INVITES YOU TO LEARN TO PLAY TENNIS AT MONUMENT MTN REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL. FOR ADULTS, THERE WILL BE TWO 3-WEEK SESSIONS BEGINNING JUNE 25 AND JULY 23. GOOD FOR BEGINNERS TO ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE PLAYERS. FOR YOUNGER PLAYERS, THEY’LL HOLD ONE 3-WEEK SESSION BEGINNING JUNE 25. FOR MORE INFO AND TO SIGN UP GO ONLINE TO BHTENNIS.ORG.

(6/23) COLUMBIA LAND CONSERVANCY AND CORNELL COOPERATIVE EXTENSION ARE LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS AND PARTICIPANTS FOR THEIR FIRST EVER BIOBLITZ! JOIN EXPERT NATURALISTS STARTING AT 8 AM ON SATURDAY JUNE 23RD IN A RACE AGAINST THE CLOCK TO IDENTIFY AS MANY SPECIES OF PLANTS AND ANIMALS AS POSSIBLE AT SIEGEL-KLINE KILL CONSERVATION AREA, 1452 GARAGE PLACE RD, GHENT, NY. YOU CAN ATTEND ONE OR ALL OF THE MORNING’S SCHEDULED GUIDED HIKES. KIDS’ ACTIVITIES TOO, FROM 9AM-NOON. BRING YOUR SMART PHONE OR OTHER MOBILE DEVICE, TICK PREVENTATIVE CLOTHING, BINOCULARS, AND FIELD GUIDES IF YOU HAVE THEM. PLEASE REGISTER SO THEY CAN BE IN TOUCH IN THE EVENT OF A CANCELLATION. GO ONLINE TO CLCTRUST.ORG/EVENT.

(6/24) THE WILD THING 5K/10K TRAIL RACE AND 5K WALK IN KENNEDY PARK TAKES PLACE ON SUNDAY, JUNE 24 TO BENEFIT EDUCATION AND CONSERVATION PROGRAMS AT THE PLEASANT VALLEY WILDLIFE SANCTUARY IN LENOX. THE RACE BEGINS AT 9AM AT PLEASANT VALLEY. ALL RACERS ARE INVITED TO THE POST-RACE CELEBRATION IN THE BIG RED BARN. LOTS OF AWARDS AND PRIZES INCLUDING AWARDS FOR THE BEST DRESSED ‘NATIVE SPECIES’ RUNNERS! ONLINE REGISTRATION IS AT THE BERKSHIRE RUNNING CENTER AND FOR MORE INFORMATION GO TO MASSAUDUBON.ORG/WILDTHING OR CALL 637-0320.

(6/25) A VINTAGE RACE CAR SHOW AND COOK-OUT WILL BE HOSTED AT THE SHEFFIELD SENIOR CENTER ON MONDAY, JUNE 25TH AT 11AM BY THE MEN'S BREAKFAST GROUP. LOCAL STOCK CAR OWNERS WILL BE ON HAND TO DISPLAY THEIR CARS AND TRAILERS. COME MINGLE AND SPEAK WITH OWNERS ABOUT THE SPORT OF STOCK CAR RACING. A FUN DAY TO SPEND WITH YOUR FAMILY…BRING THE KIDS AND ENJOY! EVERYONE IS WELCOME. PLEASE CALL 229-7037 TO REGISTER.

(6/25) ON TUESDAYS IN JUNE, MASS AUDUBON'S BERKSHIRE WILDLIFE SANCTUARIES INVITE YOU TO ENJOY BIRDING AT THE MOUNT! FROM 8-10 AM YOU CAN EXPLORE EDITH WHARTON'S ORIGINAL LENOX ESTATE, INCLUDING WOODS, WETLANDS, AND MEADOWS. YOU'LL LEARN SKILLS FOR BIRDING BY SIGHT AND SONG AS YOU LOOK FOR NUMEROUS BIRD SPECIES, INCLUDING BOBOLINKS, BALD EAGLES, & WOOD WARBLERS.THE EVENT IS FREE FOR MEMBERS & NONMEMBERS.

(6/26) ON TUESDAY JUNE 26 FROM 9-10 AM, THERE WILL BE A BLOOD PRESSURE CLINIC AND HEALTH COUNSELING SPONSORED BY THE TRI-TOWN BOARD OF HEALTH AT THE SENIOR CENTER, CROSSWAY VILLAGE, 21 CROSSWAY STREET, LEE.

(6/27) SPEND AN EVENING AT THE BEAVER PONDS AT PLEASANT VALLEY WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, LENOX, ON WEDS, JUNE 27 FROM 8-9:30 PM. IT’S SUITABLE FOR AGES 3 AND UP. THE COST FOR MEMBERS: $6 FOR ADULTS, $3 FOR CHILDREN. FOR NONMEMBERS: $8 FOR ADULTS, $4 FOR KIDS. REGISTER ONLINE AT MASSAUDUBON.ORG/PLEASANTVALLEY OR BY CALLING (413) 637-0320.

(6/27) ON WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 FROM 11-NOON, THERE WILL BE A BLOOD PRESSURE CLINIC AND HEALTH COUNSELING SPONSORED BY THE SANDISFIELD BOARD OF HEALTH AT THE SANDISFIELD SENIOR CENTER.

(6/27) TAKE A MOONLIGHT CANOE TRIP ON WEDS. JUNE 27 FROM 8-10:30 PM ON BUCKLEY DUNTON LAKE, BECKET. A BERKSHIRE WILDLIFE SANCTUARY NATURALIST WILL GUIDE YOU IN EXPLORING THE COVES AND INLETS OF THE LAKE, THEN YOU’LL HITCH YOUR BOATS TOGETHER TO ENJOY SNACKS AND BEVERAGES & LISTEN FOR NOCTURNAL WILDLIFE SOUNDS. THIS EVENT IS SUITABLE FOR ANYONE 10 & OVER. COST FOR MEMBERS: $25 FOR ADULTS & CHILDREN. $35 FOR NONMEMBERS. REGISTER AT MASSAUDUBON.ORG/PLEASANTVALLEY OR BY CALLING (413) 637-0320.

(6/27) ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 2018, LOCAL ACCOUNTANT ALAN GLACKMAN WILL LEAD A SEMINAR ON THE BEST ACCOUNTING PRACTICES FOR BERKSHARES LOCAL CURRENCY. THE SEMINAR WILL TAKE PLACE AT LEE BANK, 75 PARK STREET, LEE FROM 4-5:30 PM. CURRENT AND PROSPECTIVE BERKSHARES BUSINESSES, AS WELL AS BOOKKEEPERS AND ACCOUNTANTS ARE INVITED TO LEARN MORE ABOUT HANDLING BERKSHARES AT THEIR BUSINESS. TO RSVP OR FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL (413) 528-1737 OR EMAIL INFO@BERKSHARES.ORG.

(6/28) NATURE WALKS FOR HEALTH AND HAPPINESS ARE NEW AT PLEASANT VALLEY WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, LENOX. A RELAXING WALK IN THE WOODS CAN BE THE PERFECT WAY FIND BALANCE IN YOUR LIFE. BESS WILL SHARE HER PASSION FOR HELPING OTHERS CONNECT WITH THE NATURAL WORLD, WHILE EXPLORING THE TRAILS AT PLEASANT VALLEY. CURIOSITY WILL SET THE PACE FOR THESE LEISURELY NATURE WALKS. ADULTS ARE WELCOME ON THURS. JUNE 28, FROM 10AM-NOON. THE WALK IS FREE FOR MEMBERS, JUST $5 FOR NONMEMBERS. REGISTER AT MASSAUDUBON.ORG/PLEASANTVALLEY OR BY CALLING (413) 637-0320.

(6/23-29) THE TOWN OF GREAT BARRINGTON SUMMER CONCERT SERIES CONTINUES THIS FRIDAY AT THE GAZEBO BEHIND TOWN HALL, 334 MAIN ST. THE FREE CONCERTS WILL BE HELD, WEATHER PERMITTING, FROM 5:30-7:15PM EVERY FRIDAY THROUGH THE SEASON. COMING UP THIS FRIDAY (6/29) IT’S BERKSHIRE SINGS! & THE SUNDAY STRUMMERS UKE ENSEMBLE. ALSO, WATCH FOR DAVID GROVER & GROVER’S GANG EVERY SATURDAY AT 10AM IN JULY & AUGUST.

(6/29) THE FIREFLIES ARE OUT & YOU CAN WATCH FOR THEM ON FRIDAY NIGHTS IN JUNE FROM 8- 9:30 PM AT LIME KILN FARM WILDLIFE SANCTUARY, ON SILVER ST, SHEFFIELD. LEARN ABOUT FIREFLIES AND HOW BEST TO VIEW OR GENTLY CATCH (AND RELEASE) THESE MYSTICAL GLOWING LIGHTS OF SUMMER! WALK THROUGH THE MEADOWS FOR FIREFLY VIEWING, AND WATCH OUT FOR STARS, PLANETS, AND TWILIGHT BIRDS AND MAMMALS TOO! SUGGESTED CONTRIBUTION IS $4/PERSON OR $10/FAMILY AND ALL AGES ARE WELCOME. DIRECTIONS TO THE MEETING PLACE WILL BE PROVIDED UPON REGISTRATION AT MASSAUDUBON.ORG/PLEASANTVALLEY OR BY CALLING (413) 637-0320.

(6/29) THE HILLSDALE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH WILL HOLD THEIR ANNUAL SUMMER TAG SALE ON FRIDAY, JUNE 29TH AND SATURDAY, JUNE 30TH, FROM 9 AM TO 2 PM EACH DAY. THERE WILL ALSO BE A BAKE SALE ON SATURDAY, JUNE 30TH. THE CHURCH IS LOCATED AT THE INTERSECTION OF ROUTES 22 AND 23 IN HILLSDALE, N.Y. ALL PROCEEDS BENEFIT THE CHURCH FUEL FUND.

(6/30) SINGER-SONGWRITER BOBBY SWEET WILL PERFORM AT THE SANDISFIELD ARTS CENTER ON SATURDAY JUNE 30 AT 8PM. TICKETS ARE $15 AND ADVANCE RESERVATIONS ARE RECOMMENDED ONLINE AT SANDISFIELDARTSCENTER.ORG.

(6/30) ON SATURDAY JUNE 30TH AT 10 AM, JOIN THE BIDWELL HOUSE MUSEUM FOR THE THIRD HISTORY TALK OF THE SEASON TO HEAR BIDWELL DESCENDANT RUSS TAYLOR DISCUSS THE FAMILY OF WILLIAM AND JEMIMA BIDWELL PATRIDGE. THE BIDWELL HOUSE MUSEUM HISTORY TALKS ARE HELD AT THE TYRINGHAM UNION CHURCH, MAIN ROAD, TYRINGHAM. SUGGESTED DONATION $15 PER PERSON, $10 FOR MEMBERS OF THE MUSEUM.

(6/30) ELLEN GRENADIER’S EXHIBIT, "MY LIFE WITH CLAY....SO FAR!!!" IS ON VIEW THROUGH JULY 20 DURING LIBRARY HOURS AT KNOX GALLERY, MONTEREY LIBRARY, 452 MAIN ROAD, MONTEREY. YOU ARE ALSO INVITED TO A CLOSING RECEPTION ON FRIDAY, JULY 20 FROM 6 TO 7:30 P.M., WITH AN ARTIST’S TALK IMMEDIATELY BEFORE AT 5:30.

(6/30) VOLUNTEER DRIVERS ARE NEEDED FOR THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY’S ROAD TO RECOVERY PROGRAM. DRIVERS PROVIDE FREE RIDES TO TREATMENT FOR CANCER PATIENTS IN NEED. ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS ARE FAIRLY BASIC, AND ADDITIONAL SCREENING AND TRAINING WILL BE REQUIRED. FOR MORE INFO GO TO CANCER.ORG/DRIVE OR CALL 1-800-227-2345.

(6/30) BERKSHIRE BOTANICAL GARDEN’S NEW SEASON-LONG EXHIBITION IS “BEAUTIFUL STRANGERS: ARTISTS DISCOVER THE GARDEN”. THIS GROUP SHOW CURATED BY JAMES SALOMON INCLUDES THE WORK OF 10 CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS. IT FEATURES SCULPTURE CREATED IN VARIOUS MEDIA INCLUDING INSTALLATIONS IN BRONZE, WHITE PINE, GRANITE, AND REED. THE EXHIBITION WILL BE OPEN DAILY, 9 AM – 5 PM THROUGH OCTOBER 8.

(7/6) “THE COMPASSIONATE FRIENDS OF THE BERKSHIRES” IS REACHING OUT WITH LOVE AND HOPE, TO THOSE WHO HAVE SUFFERED THE LOSS OF A CHILD. THIS NATIONAL SELF-HELP ORGANIZATION WILL BE HOLDING LOCAL SUPPORT MEETINGS AT 7 PM ON THE 1ST FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH. THE MEETINGS WILL BE AT 75 MAIN ST., SHEFFIELD, HOSTED BY LIBBY AND JOHN MORITZ. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT LIBBY AT 413-429-1749.

(7/7) BUSHNELL-SAGE LIBRARY, 48 MAIN STREET, SHEFFIELD WILL HOST AN EXHIBIT OF PASTE PAPER & COLLAGE BY ROBIN SCHMITT AND RUTH DRYSDALE. THERE WILL BE AN ARTS RECEPTION ON FRIDAY, JULY 6TH FROM 5-7PM. FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL THE LIBRARY AT (413) 229-7004.

(7/7) SHEFFIELD KIWANIS GATHERS EVERY TUESDAY AT THE BRIDGE RESTAURANT, RTE 7 IN SHEFFIELD. AN OPTIONAL DINNER AND SOCIALIZING BEGINS AT 6:30 FOLLOWED BY THE MEETING AT 7:15. YOU ARE WELCOME TO STOP BY AND LEARN WHAT KIWANIS IS ALL ABOUT. SHEFFIELD KIWANIS PROUDLY SERVES THE TOWNS OF ALFORD, EGREMONT, GREAT BARRINGTON, MONTEREY, MOUNT WASHINGTON, NEW MARLBOROUGH AND SHEFFIELD. VISIT THEM ON LINE AT SHEFFIELDKIWANIS.ORG .

(7/8) “LYME: THE FIRST EPIDEMIC OF CLIMATE CHANGE” IS THE TITLE OF A TALK BY AUTHOR MARY BETH PFEIFFER. IT’S COMING UP ON SUNDAY, JULY 8 FROM 3-4 PM AT BUSHNELL-SAGE LIBRARY, 48 MAIN ST., SHEFFIELD.

(7/9) THE NONPROFIT CENTER OF THE BERKSHIRES IS HOLDING A ONE-DAY SUMMER BOOT CAMP ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 11 FOR NEW, YOUNG AND SMALL NONPROFITS IN NEED OF A TUNE-UP. LED BY SUSAN NICHOLL,THE NONPROFIT BOOT CAMP TAKES PLACE AT THE RED LION INN IN STOCKBRIDGE AND COVERS THE BASICS OF NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT INCLUDING GOVERNANCE, FINANCE, FUNDRAISING, LEGAL, AND BEST PRACTICES. THE COST IS $125 FOR THE PRIMARY PARTICIPANT AND $50 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL PARTICIPANT FROM A NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION. FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER, VISIT NPCBERKSHIRES.ORG.

(7/10) ON JULY 10, FROM 4:30-7:30 PM, THE HOUSATONIC VALLEY ASSOCIATION WILL HOST A BEGINNER'S PADDLE AT GLENDALE DAM, STOCKBRIDGE. LEARN HOW TO SAFELY ENTER AND EXIT A CANOE, LEARN THE BASIC STROKES AND HOW TO STEER AND PADDLE SAFELY. LED BY HVA VOLUNTEER, CHARLES MURRAY, AN EXPERIENCED CANOEIST AND ACA CERTIFIED INSTRUCTOR. SUITABLE FOR FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN AGE 10+. TO REGISTER CALL 413 298 7024 OR EMAIL: PADDLE@HVATODAY.ORG

(7/20) COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER WORKDAYS ON THE HOUSATONIC RIVER WALK IN GREAT BARRINGTON WILL TAKE PLACE THURSDAYS 9:30 TO 11:30 AM THROUGH OCTOBER, EXCEPT FOR AUGUST. SPEND A MORNING WITH RIVER WALK INTERNS AND STAFF FOR THIS WEEKLY OPPORTUNITY TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE CARE OF THE TRAIL AND ITS RIVERSIDE HABITAT. SPECIAL PROJECTS WILL BE PLANNED FOR SOME THURSDAYS. REGISTRATION IS REQUESTED.

(7/20) COMING UP IN THE BERKSHIRE VIEWS HIKING SERIES WITH PLEASANT VALLEY WILDLIFE SANCTUARY IN LENOX, IT’S “LENOX MOUNTAIN: TACONIC RANGE VIEWS.” ON FRIDAY, JULY 20 FROM 2– 5 PM, YOU’LL ASCEND LENOX MOUNTAIN WITH AN EXPERIENCED GUIDE AND ENJOY SEVERAL VISTAS INCLUDING THE SWEEPING SUMMIT VIEW. THIS 3-MILE ROUND-TRIP HIKE IS SUGGESTED FOR ADULTS. THE COST FOR MEMBERS: $8, NONMEMBERS: $12. REGISTER AT MASSAUDUBON.ORG/PLEASANTVALLEY OR BY CALLING (413) 637-0320.

(7/26) THE BERKSHIRES' SECOND ANNUAL JEWISH FESTIVAL OF BOOKS WILL TAKE PLACE AT HEVREH OF SOUTHERN BERKSHIRE IN GREAT BARRINGTON, FROM THURSDAY, JULY 26TH THROUGH SUNDAY, JULY 29TH. IT IS CO-PRESENTED BY HEVREH AND JEWISH FEDERATION OF THE BERKSHIRES, IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE JEWISH BOOK COUNCIL, AND WITH THE GENEROUS SUPPORT OF THE HAROLD GRINSPOON FOUNDATION. THE FESTIVAL WILL FEATURE FREE AND FEE-BASED LECTURES, TEACHINGS AND READINGS BY INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED AUTHORS IN GENRES RANGING FROM ADULT FICTION TO CHILDREN’S LITERATURE TO COOKBOOKS. FOR MORE INFORMATION, OR TO MAKE RESERVATIONS, CALL HEVREH AT 413-528-6378, OR VISIT HEVREH.ORG. HEVREH WILL ALSO HAVE BOOKS AVAILABLE FOR ADVANCE PURCHASE IN THE LOBBY, WHICH THE AUTHORS WILL BE HAPPY TO SIGN AT THE FESTIVAL.

(7/28) ON SATURDAY, JULY 28 FROM 3-4 PM, MAGGIE MCRAE, A CERTIFIED ALEXANDER TECHNIQUE TEACHER, WILL INTRODUCE THE TECHNIQUES, PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS FOR THE PROPER RELATIONSHIP OF THE HEAD, NECK AND BACK FOR MIND AND BODY HEALTH. THE PROGRAM WILL BE AT THE BUSHNELL-SAGE LIBRARY, 48 MAIN ST., SHEFFIELD. FOR MORE INFO THEIR NUMBER IS (413) 229-7004.