Friday, July 20, 2012

Things to do this weekend around Williamstown

Saturday July 21, and Sunday July 22, 2012
Oh, Canada 
MASS Moca, 87 Marshall StNorth AdamsMA    
Oh, Canada:Featuring works by over 60 artists across Canada, this exhibition seeks to create talks about contemporary Canadian artwork. A 450 page book accompanies the exhibition, guiding readers through Canada, its topography and artists.

Saturday July 21, 2012
Last of the Red Hot Lovers
Williamstown Theater Festival - Nikos Stage
1000 Main St, Williamstown, MA     
Last of the Red Hot Lovers: Middle-aged restaurant manager Barney Cashman has a pleasant enough existence, but his marriage provides no passion. He hopes to get away with an exhilarating afternoon that would provide a satisfying memory. However, his lack of relevant skills leads to three meetings with three different women.

Saturday and Sunday 10:00am – 12:00pm and 1:00 – 2:00 pm.
Marble Walk at the Natural Bridge State Park
North Adams, MA (less then 15 minutes from the 1896 House)
Take a walk with the Park Interpreter to discover the natural geologic features and the remains of the marble quarry that once operated at Natural Bridge. Offered every Programs are free and start at the Natural Bridge Visitor Center with a $2.00 parking fee.
Runs every Sunday and Saturday until October 8, 2012

Sunday, July 22
The Clark Lecture Series at the Clark
Author Reading with Natalie Dykstra.  Her new biography Clover Adams: A Gilded and Heartbreaking Life, Natalie Dykstra illuminates the life of Clover Adams, socialite, amateur photographer, and wife Henry Adams. Dykstra will present a free, illustrated talk on Clover’s life and photographs.  A book signing will follow the event.  3pm.