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Public Schools (PreK – 12)

The town’s schools are highly-regarded throughout the region-providing high-quality educational experiences in a student-centered learning communities.  The town is exceptionally supportive of its public schools-sustaining effective class sizes led by highly skilled teachers.  As a result, the Lenox Schools stand out across the county and state for producing consistently strong educational outcomes.

Lenox Morris Elementary 

Morris is a 320-student elementary school housing three classes of each grade.  Average class sizes range from 16 in younger grades to 18 students in older grades.  The school’s curriculum is developed around a model of teaching known as “tiered instruction.”  All students are taught the appropriate grade level skills and concepts and regularly assessed to determine mastery.  Students who fail to master skills in reading and math are assisted by trained tutors who provide short-term interventions focused on specific skills. Great teachers, tiered instruction, and targeted intervention have made Morris an exceptionally successful school for all students.  In 2015, Morris was commended by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education for effectively narrowing achievement gaps.  And, in 2016, the school was one of only three schools in the state identified as a National Blue Ribbon School for outstanding educational achievement by the US Department of Education.

 

Students, teachers, staff and families work together to make Morris a vibrant school community.  Student clubs and programs such as the Service Club, the Maker Space, and the fifth grade Shakespeare residency expand student talents and interests beyond the classroom.  Lenox Youth Basketball, Soccer, and Little League baseball all use the school facilities to develop our students’ physical and athletic abilities.  Parents participate on advisory groups to the administration including the School Council and the Wellness Committee and the Morris PTO is an active group that supports the school with special events, student recognitions, cultural programing, and the fulfillment of teacher wish lists.

Lenox Memorial Middle and High School

Lenox Memorial Middle and High School serves about 450 students.  The middle school program is taught by a team of teachers organized around a strong core curriculum.  The high school is organized by departments with core classes and electives that include world languages, fine arts, theater, music, social sciences, and more.  An extensive library and abundant technology resources support students and teachers in their learning.  A unique feature of the high school program is that student interest and choice play a significant role in the annual planning of courses.  Every year courses are created or altered based on student feedback and faculty assessment of student need.

 

LMMHS is frequently cited as one of the best high schools in the region, but recently the school has been recognized with several national accolades including the US News and World Report Best High Schools ‘Gold’ Distinction and The AP Honor Roll.  In 2015 a Washington Post feature listed Lenox as one of America’s ‘most challenging schools,’ and a more local press outlet GoLocalWorcester ranked LMMHS as 4th in the state in 2015.

 

The community of Lenox Memorial Middle and High School is committed to providing every student a pathway to personal growth.  LMMHS values integrity and the pursuit of excellence and actively strives to be an inclusive and accepting community where all can learn and grow.  Numerous extra-curricular clubs offer activities ranging from chess to Arabic, from ultimate Frisbee to creative writing.  Many Lenox students excel in athletics in programs ranging from soccer to golf to Nordic skiing.

Morris Kindergarten Class (photo credit Berkshire Eagle)

Learn More

To learn more about what the Lenox Public Schools have to offer, visit their website, call a school office, or the central office to arrange a tour or ask questions.

Private Schools (PreK – 12)

On top of nationally recognized public schools the private schools in the Berkshires are unrivaled.

259 Kemble Street
Lenox, MA 01240
1.8 mi from Lenox center

The mission of Berkshire Christian School is to offer an excellent academic education informed by the truth of Christ.

 

At Berkshire Christian School, we believe that our mission is primarily academic, but that it would be incomplete without the contributions of the two great institutions of God’s design: the family and the Church. With this conviction in mind, BCS works in concert with its families, and with the local churches of the Berkshire community to provide our students with the best of learning, character development, and Christian growth.

 

The purpose of Berkshire Christian School is to provide a quality academic program based on the Christian view of God and the world. By helping parents in their biblical responsibility to educate their children, the school encourages children to develop a Christian mind, to glorify God in all of life, and to serve the Lord Jesus Christ with their God-given abilities and gifts.

 

At Berkshire Christian School, students have the opportunity to receive a complete K-12 education, as they study a curriculum established on the truth of Christ. They are encouraged to participate and grow in their local churches. And each student’s family is encouraged to be active in the life of the school.

55 Interlaken Road
Stockbridge, MA 012262
4.0 mi from Lenox center

The School’s Philosophy:

 

Berkshire Country Day School’s intentional approach of inquiry, discovery, and discussion blends proven methods with emerging best practices to draw fully on the experiences and contributions of our entire school community. Our comprehensive curriculum, which includes project-based and experiential learning, leverages the talents of our exemplary educators and the natural resources of our extraordinary campus to inspire independence, academic excellence, and mutual respect.

 

The School’s Values:

 

Our values guide us to engage members of the school community in the shared responsibility of fostering students’ growth and supporting their individual talents and passions.

245 North Undermountain Road
Sheffield, MA 01257
21.1 mi from Lenox center

Our Core Values

To know one’s self, to discover and pursue academic passions, to foster an enduring love of learning, to communicate and work effectively with others, to understand different perspectives and experiences, to be an effective teammate–these are the lessons that prepare Berkshire students for school and for life.

 

Berkshire instills the following values in all members of our community:

 

Curiosity
To question, to explore, to discover, to learn about oneself and others, and to embrace new experiences, not just for school but for life.

 

Integrity
To be honest and accountable to oneself and to others, to trust and be trusted, to be disciplined and responsible, in all academic pursuits and in all relationships.

 

Perseverance
To be steadfast and persistent in the face of challenge or obstacle, to rise above mistakes and failures, and to see things through to completion.

 

Inclusion
To understand and learn from differences, to welcome the open exchange of ideas, and to create safe and affirming communities that value every person.

 

Respect
To respect oneself and others, one’s place and surroundings, to consider intent and impact, and to act in ways that show consideration and understanding.

 

Resilience
To set a new direction in response to changing circumstances, to manage and adapt to adversity, and to bounce back and regain one’s footing with confidence and purpose.

Happy kids at Berkshire School

21 Patterson Road
Lenoxdale, MA 01242
2.6 mi from Lenox center

Our Mission
Our mission is to inspire children to develop independent thinking, self-assurance, inner discipline, and a love of learning in an authentic Montessori environment.

 

Vision for the World
Our school aspires to create a world full of love and acceptance, a world rich with diversity, a world full of people pursuing their passions, and a world that is sustainable and environmentally-friendly.

 

Vision for the Child
We want to help children become well-rounded individuals who are independent thinkers, internally motivated, reflective, self-disciplined, and self-assured. We want children to enjoy the process of discovery and to genuinely love learning. We want children to develop as peacemakers who respect themselves and others, who appreciate differences, who embrace collaboration and cooperation, and who want to help and care for living things. We want children to learn how to take responsibility for their actions and care for their world both locally and globally.

 

Vision for the Teacher
Teachers in our school should be compassionate, understanding, and flexible, while also maintaining high expectations and firm limits. As well-rounded, responsible individuals, the teachers should be passionate and joyful about their own process of learning, as well as in facilitating others’ learning. As models of cooperation and collaboration, teachers should demonstrate collegial relationships, reflective processes, and peaceful ways of resolving conflict. Teachers should also be caretakers of themselves, the children, the classroom, the community, and the earth.

 

Vision for the Parent
Parents in our community should trust in their children’s unique developmental path and respect their children’s passions. Rather than praising, rewarding, or punishing, our parents should help their children learn to celebrate their own and others’ accomplishments, reflect on their own process, and consider ways to embrace new challenges. As members of the school community, parents can maintain a strong connection to the school and teachers, while also allowing their children the space to flourish independently. In addition, parents can allow their children to practice independence and pursue their own paths of discovery outside of the school setting.

 

Vision for School Leadership
The leadership team of the school should model respect, reflection, and responsibility, as well as encourage a climate of joyful and peaceful interactions. The leadership team should facilitate active communication among all members of the community, and provide ample opportunities for collaboration. Above all, the leadership team must always consider how administrative actions will affect the children, faculty, and parents within the school community.

 

Non-Discrimination Statement
Berkshire Montessori School, Inc. does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, sexual orientation, disability, cultural heritage, political beliefs, marital status, or national or ethnic origin in employment or the administration of admissions programs or policies.

35 West Plain Road
Great Barrington, MA 01230
16.8 mi from Lenox center

The Great Barrington Rudolf Steiner School cultivates students’
academic, emotional, and spiritual development through our unique curriculum.

 

We provide students with the foundation to live up to their full human potential,
creating lives of meaning and purpose that positively contribute to our world.

 

We accomplish our mission:

 

By instilling in students a love of learning, a sense of wonder, an appreciation of beauty, and a connection to the natural world.

 

By following a curriculum based on the developmental stages of human beings as described by Rudolf Steiner.

 

By attracting excellent teachers who are committed to their own professional and personal development, and giving each teacher the freedom to work creatively within the Waldorf curriculum.

 

By working cooperatively with parents to facilitate continuity between school and home.

 

By being a part of the time-tested, world-wide tradition of Waldorf Education that integrates the humanities, sciences, and practical and fine arts.

492 Holmes Road
Pittsfield, MA 01201
5.5 mi from Lenox center

Founded in 1898, Miss Hall’s School was one of the first all-girls boarding schools established in New England. Today the School is a nationally recognized, boarding and day independent secondary school that combines an exceptional college-preparatory curriculum with two acclaimed leadership programs, Horizons and the Girls’ Leadership Project. Both programs are central to our belief that, in addition to outstanding academic preparation, girls need additional skills that allow them to step confidently into college and beyond, when they will be expected to communicate effectively and authentically, voice opinions with resolve and respect, and be comfortable having influence, leading change, and contributing boldly and creatively to the common good.

Post Secondary Education

There are also several great public and private colleges within short daily commutes that offer great educational opportunities.

35 West Plain Road
Great Barrington, MA 01230
16.8 mi from Lenox center

Bard College at Simon’s Rock, more commonly known as Simon’s Rock (see below), is a residential four-year liberal arts college located in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, USA. Bard College at Simon’s Rock is a unit of Bard College, which was founded in 1860 and is located nearby, in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York.

 

The school is an “early college”, designed for students to enroll immediately after completing the tenth or eleventh grade, rather than after graduating from high school. Simon’s Rock is the only accredited four-year early college to date and still the singular college or university to take this approach with all of its students. It is one of a number of early college entrance programs that provide opportunities for students to enter college one or more years ahead of their traditional high school graduation date. A majority of students transfer to larger institutions after receiving an Associate of Arts degree after two years, although many stay for four to receive a Bachelor of Arts.

 

The college has received numerous accolades for the quality of education provided to students. The Princeton Review gives Simon’s Rock an academic rating of 99 out of 100.[4] U.S. News and World Report ranks Simon’s Rock eleventh among baccalaureate colleges in the Northern U.S.[5] Washington Monthly ranked Simon’s Rock first among baccalaureate colleges in the nation in 2010 (Wikipedia)

492 Holmes Road
Pittsfield, MA 01201
5.5 mi from Lenox center

Founded in 1960, BCC was the first community college established by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Today, there are 15 community colleges throughout the state. During its first 12 years, BCC was located in downtown Pittsfield in a former junior high school made available by the city. There, enrollment grew from 153 to 1,222 students.

 

In 1972, the college moved to its present location occupying a magnificent 180-acre site four miles from the center of Pittsfield. Twelve years later, a satellite facility known as the South County Center opened in Great Barrington. Last year, nearly 3,000 students enrolled in day or evening credit courses at the main campus, off-campus sites, and/or online. Additionally, more than 5,200 people enrolled in various noncredit and workforce development offerings.

 

BCC MISSION STATEMENT

 

Berkshire Community College (BCC) strives to place higher education within reach of all residents of Berkshire County and beyond. BCC is committed to access, academic excellence, student success, and leadership in the community.

 

BCC helps students overcome financial, physical, and/or social barriers and welcomes them into a college environment of academic excellence.

 

BCC provides quality programs that prepare students to enter or progress within the workforce and/or for transfer, while fostering a lifelong enthusiasm for learning.

 

BCC provides the resources and services students need to be successful, to meet our academic standards, and to achieve their personal and professional goals.

 

BCC provides leadership by furthering the engagement of our students in the community; by working collaboratively with civic leaders, organizations, and employers; and by serving as a center for diverse educational and cultural activities.

 

VALUES

 

In recognition of its tradition of academic excellence and service. Berkshire Community College affirms the following values:

 

Integrity and Engagement. We expect all members of the college community to participate in the fulfillment of the college mission through actions that are forthright and consistent with the mission.

 

Innovation. We promote a campus climate that encourages innovative thought and creative expression.

 

Diversity and Inclusion. We foster an environment that validates and respects cultural identities and provides curriculum, pedagogy, programs and services within multicultural philosophies and frameworks.

 

Service. We maintain a community that demonstrates respect for growth, responsibility, and leadership through service to others.

 

Sustainability. We follow practices that promote environmental and financial sustainability at the college.

 

VISION FOR BCC

 

BCC is a dynamic learning community, transforming lives and preparing students to succeed in an increasingly complex, diverse, and changing world.

35 West Plain Road
Great Barrington, MA 01230
16.8 mi from Lenox center

The Great Barrington Rudolf Steiner School cultivates students’
academic, emotional, and spiritual development through our unique curriculum.

 

We provide students with the foundation to live up to their full human potential,
creating lives of meaning and purpose that positively contribute to our world.

 

We accomplish our mission:

 

By instilling in students a love of learning, a sense of wonder, an appreciation of beauty, and a connection to the natural world.

 

By following a curriculum based on the developmental stages of human beings as described by Rudolf Steiner.

 

By attracting excellent teachers who are committed to their own professional and personal development, and giving each teacher the freedom to work creatively within the Waldorf curriculum.

 

By working cooperatively with parents to facilitate continuity between school and home.

 

By being a part of the time-tested, world-wide tradition of Waldorf Education that integrates the humanities, sciences, and practical and fine arts.

492 Holmes Road
Pittsfield, MA 01201
5.5 mi from Lenox center

Founded in 1898, Miss Hall’s School was one of the first all-girls boarding schools established in New England. Today the School is a nationally recognized, boarding and day independent secondary school that combines an exceptional college-preparatory curriculum with two acclaimed leadership programs, Horizons and the Girls’ Leadership Project. Both programs are central to our belief that, in addition to outstanding academic preparation, girls need additional skills that allow them to step confidently into college and beyond, when they will be expected to communicate effectively and authentically, voice opinions with resolve and respect, and be comfortable having influence, leading change, and contributing boldly and creatively to the common good.

Education as a way of life

Outside of the classroom there are countless over educational opportunities in Lenox. The library’s Distinguished Lecture Series, programs at the Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary and The Mount, and the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute all offer great ways to expand your horizons and learn new skills and passions.

18 Main Street, Lenox, MA 01240

 

The library was incorporated in 1856[2][3] and moved into its current home, the former Berkshire County courthouse which was constructed in 1815-1816. In 1973, the building was added to the National Register of Historic Places and is one of nine such locations in Lenox. In the early 20th century, novelist Edith Wharton worked in the library and befriended Kate Spencer, who served as partial inspiration for her 1911 novel Ethan Frome.

 

The Lenox Library Association belongs to the C/W MARS library consortium, which allows patrons to request books and other materials from other libraries located across the state. The Lenox Library Association is also a member of the Massachusetts Library System which is a State-supported collaborative that provides leadership and services to foster cooperation, communication, and sharing among member libraries of all types.

 

Our Mission
The Lenox Library provides equal access to information and ideas through a wide variety of materials and programs for community members of all ages.
How do we do this? By being a vibrant community resource to the public through convenient hours, accessibility and professionally chosen resources and programs.

 

Our Vision
Since 1855, The Lenox Library has played an important role in the community. We will continue to be an active participant in developing an enriched, informed and connected community by providing a welcoming atmosphere and relevant services, materials and technologies that encourage life-long education and personal enjoyment.

 

The Library’s resources, programs and services aim to enhance the quality of life for all Berkshire residents and visitors.  Our intent is to build on this solid foundation by promoting the following outcomes in our community:

  • Readiness to learn
  • Life-long education
  • Personal enrichment
  • Participation in community and civic affairs
  • Appreciation for our local history

Our mission and vision are anchored by the following values:

 

  • Responsibility to offer quality library services
  • Responsiveness to the community’s needs
  • Utilization of modern and emerging technologies
  • Encouragement of a love of reading and learning for all ages
  • Accessibility to the historical legacy of Lenox

The Distinguished Lecture Series
“My idea was to continue the intellectual and artistic stimulation that is so powerful during the summer months into the winter, so that we Berkshire residents can enjoy thinking, looking, and listening even in the winter months… The Distinguished Lecture Series is designed to cover the entire range of cultural endeavors – art, music, politics, science, history, literature – from a wide range of perspectives and experiences.” – Jeremy Yudkin

 

Professor Jeremy Yudkin of Lenox conceived the idea for the Distinguished Lecture Series in 2006. The lectures take place once a month, usually on the third Sunday of the month and are held at 4 pm on Sunday afternoons in the elegant and restful surroundings of the Sedgwick Reading Room. Sunday afternoon was chosen because it is a quiet time in most people’s weekends, the Library was not being utilized, and it allows time for audiences to attend the lectures and go home (or out) for dinner.

472 West Mountain Road, Lenox, MA 01240

 

Set amidst more than 1,000 lush acres in the Berkshires, Pleasant Valley’s varied trails wind through forests, meadows, wetlands, and along the slopes of Lenox Mountain, making this site an excellent location for easy-to-strenuous hiking. While exploring, there’s a good chance you will see evidence of the sanctuary’s most visible wildlife resident, the beaver, via dams, dens, or lodges.

Sanctuary Highlights

 

  • Acres: 1,142 + Trail Mileage: 7 miles (universally accessible: 0.3 miles)
  • A universally accessible All Persons Trail that winds past towering hemlocks to a boardwalk, where visitors can watch for wildlife from a deck overlooking Pike’s Pond, with trail materials in large print, Braille, audio, and tactile formats.
  • An adventurous hike to the summit of Lenox Mountain for unrivaled views of the Berkshires.
  • Active beaver colony that can sometimes be viewed from the Pike’s Pond viewing platform.
  • Canoe trips offered on the Housatonic River and area lakes from late June through Columbus Day.
  • Pleasant Valley Nature Camp, which has been connecting children with the nature of the Berkshires’ outdoors since 1947.

Young Explorers

Ready for some outdoor adventure? We’ve got all kinds of fun programs and activities for you and your friends and family! You can do activities like Nature Bingo, print out a discovery booklet, or play at our Nature Play Area. We also have vacation week programs.

 

Go Birding

Pleasant Valley hosts a wide variety of birds year-round. Join us on an upcoming birding program or go birding on your own. Whichever you choose, bring the checklist of birds you might see at Pleasant Valley. Learn More

 

Schools & Groups

Bring your classes (preschool to middle school) to Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary for a wonderful environmental education experience! Learn More

 

Adult Group Programs

From the scenic Pike’s Pond Loop Trail to a moderately strenuous hike with an 800-foot elevation gain to the summit of Lenox Mountain (2,126 feet), there is something to amaze everyone.

2 Plunkett Street, Lenox, MA 01240

 

The Mount is maintained and operated by the Edith Wharton Restoration, Inc., which was founded in 1980. The Mount is a National Historic Landmark and cultural center that celebrates the intellectual, artistic, and humanitarian legacy of Edith Wharton. We engage a diverse audience by providing context to Wharton’s life and achievements through our interpretive and public programs, and preservation of her historic estate.

 

The Mount has evolved from a traditional historic house museum to a vibrant cultural center, engaging audiences through our year-round artistic and literary programs.

 

To tell the stories of The Mount we offer tours of the house and gardens, a Backstairs Tour, and our popular Ghost Tour. There are no velvet ropes and stanchions, instead we invite our visitors to sit and interact with the rooms. Interpretive exhibits throughout the house explore Wharton’s life, her humanitarian efforts, literary legacy, and lives of the servants. The house and gardens are open to the public May-October.

 

A day at The Mount is an opportunity to experience the beauty and splendor of Edith Wharton’s beloved country estate. There is so much to do! Be sure to spend some time exploring our trails. They offer a rare opportunity to experience a forest setting that has been carefully manicured and curated, just like the gardens. The trails are not challenging but do feature rock outcroppings and glacial moraines.

1350 West Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201

 

Partners in education with Williams College, Bard College at Simon’s Rock and the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts

 

OLLI is a dynamic membership organization in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts that offers over 80 terrific programs a year, including:

 

Four semesters a year of thought-provoking courses in literature, science, politics, history, the arts and more throughout the Berkshires, exclusively for OLLI members.

 

The annual OLLI Art Show open exclusively to all OLLI members who paint, photograph, sculpt, draw and more.

 

NEW! Shared Interest Groups offer you the opportunity to gather with like-minded people for discussion or activities in a wide variety of subjects, from mah jong and photography to gardening and Native American culture. And OLLI members are encouraged to start their own with the support of the OLLI Office. FREE and exclusively for OLLI members.

 

Our annual Distinguished Speaker Series, featuring experts in a wide variety of fields from May through October. OLLI members receive discounted admission.

 

A variety of special events and day trips to local and regional cultural organizations, from the Boston Museum of Fine Arts to our annual picnic supper at Jacob’s Pillow. OLLI members receive discounted tickets and early access to registration.

 

Your OLLI membership gives you exclusive access to our courses, annual art show, and shared interest groups, along with discounted admission and first dibs on registration for our speakers, special events, and bus trips. But that’s not all! Joining OLLI gives you access to: Our acclaimed Mentoring for Success program. Apply to be a mentor to a Berkshire Community College student – we’ll give you all the guidance you’ll need to help make a difference in someone’s life.

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788 South Street
, Pittsfield, MA 01201

 

Introducing the Hillcrest Family of Services
Hillcrest Educational Foundation is a private not-for-profit agency serving students from across the country. Hillcrest was started as an organization that provided residential programs for students with complex psychiatric, behavioral and/or developmental disorders, including autism, and a variety of high risk behaviors. While the agency still provides these residential services, today Hillcrest also offers nonresidential day programs and services for emotionally/behaviorally disturbed students at their Housatonic Academy, general family dentistry at Hillcrest Dental Care and outpatient mental health services for children, adolescents and adults through Hillcrest Community Support Services.

 

Residential Treatment
Hillcrest Educational Centers provides specialized care and individualized comprehensive treatment and special education services for children, adolescents and their families.

 

Therapeutic Day School
Housatonic Academy is a therapeutic day school that provides education and clinical behavior support services to emotionally/behaviorally disturbed children and adolescents from local school districts.

 

Support Services
Hillcrest Community Support Services has professionally trained, licensed staff that provide an array of outpatient mental health and evaluation services for children, adolescents, adults and families.

 

Dental Care
Hillcrest Dental Care is a comprehensive general, family dentistry practice providing state-of-the-art preventative dentistry and compassionate, quality dental treatment to meet each patient’s individual needs, in a caring environment.

 

Children’s Advocacy Center
Provides clinical services to child victims of abuse and violence and their non-offending caregivers through a multi-disciplinary, cooperative team approach.

Eastover Estate & Retreat

430 East Street, PO Box 2282, Lenox MA 01240

 

EASTOVER is A 600-Acre sanctuary and residential holistic retreat center with sun trenched café, juice bar, library, meeting rooms, porch, terrace, affordable out buildings and luxury bedrooms in the mansion, centrally located in the cultural hub of the Berkshires, minutes from Tanglewood, Kriplau, & many other cultural venues, An ideal location for teachers, groups, organizations and companies seeking retreat and training. It is dedicated to facilitate retreat and training groups, offers spacious program studio facilities including commercial kitchens for cooking classes. Wide range of overnight accommodations that fits everyone’s budget, from rustic, to contemporary, to luxurious.

 

Eastover is not affiliated with any specific spiritual tradition. Its eclectic open-hearted receptivity to a broad array of groups and teachers aims to support the continuing emergence of holistic and ecological ideas capable of renewing our culture and leading the way to a sustainable planet.

 

As an example ecological site and sitting in the environmentally sensitive area, Eastover walks its own talk. After 4 years in design and permitting, one year in construction, Eastover’s  state of the art eco-water reclamation system will be in commission this spring, it’s a facility that can greatly add values in educational tours, planting the seeds of taking responsibility not only our own health, but also planet health, in addition eco-engineering is a great profession for the coming generation.

 

Tally Ho Entertainment/workshop Venue
Located just walking distance from the Mansion is our newly renovated, multi-purpose entertainment venue known as Tally Ho, an iconic gathering place loved for decades by people from the Berkshires and beyond. Tally Ho offers the largest indoor space in Berkshire County, with over 9,000 sq. ft. suitable for receptions, conferences, weddings, lectures, workshops, performances and events of all kinds.

Berkshire Jewish Film Festival

197 East Street, Lenox MA 01240

 

31st season of American & International Jewish Film. Mondays, July & August. Matinees 4pm; evenings 8pm.