Talks on Nature and Culture, every Wednesday night, often related to the mountain and the Berkshires.
Events are free and open to the public.
Dinner served at 7, after the talk (reservations required for dinner: Call: 413-743-1591, or email: email@example.com.
Check menu page for the evenings offering.
Each year the Lodge presents a variety of free talks, demonstrations and music programmed around the history, nature and culture of the region. And each year there is a special focus, this year it’s the Gardens of the Berkshires. Periodically throughout the season special events will cover the different gardens and landscapes that can be found in the Berkshire region. Asterisks mark the Garden/Landscape Events.
Wednesday, Sept 26
Recently referred to by the New York Times as the “Pied Piper of Tap Dance” and the “Mayor of Tap City” (the annual New York City Tap Festival), performer, choreographer, teacher, director and producer Tony Waag takes his audience through a rhythmic romp that represents 30 years of pursuing a career in the American art form known as Tap Dance.