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Lenox Chamber Of Commerce Newsletter: Oct. 9
02:01PM / Friday, October 09, 2020
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All The Good Stuff to Know This Week from The Chamber!
 
 
Our Tent Sale starts tomorrow! Get your shop on and take advantage of special deals from our local merchants. There is so much to choose from in a walkable, beautiful downtown that you are sure to come away happy. Plus, you can have a delicious meal at any of our excellent local eateries to gather your strength to keep on shopping! 
Don't Miss These Special Deals from Our Members:
Free Outdoor Wine Tastings Nejaime's Wine Cellars! 
Today, 10/9 from 2:30-5:30 pm, 60 Main Street.
Matt Castonguay of MS Walker will be pouring these spectacular wines and a port:
1. Pol Roger, Champagne Brut Réserve Bodegas Atalaya
  2. Almansa Laya Red Wine (2018)
 3. Graham’s Port, Six Grapes Reserve Porto, 750ml
60% off all items (assorted bedding, robes, household accessories and trays) in the tent adjacent to the store at 65 Church Street. (Additional items in store.)
Sidewalk Sale for Gently Used 2nd Hand Books
11 Housatonic Street.
"Pay What You Wish!"
Click HERE to see all the great shops we have in town.
 
Outdoor Fun
A Pumpkin Show, Apple Picking, Pop-Up Bistros and Brunches and Ghost Tours make
Fall magical (and Spooky!) in the Berkshires.

Apple Picking in the Berkshires.

Naumkeag: The Incredible Naumkeag Pumpkin Show.

Walking Trail Maps (and an App) from The Berkshire Natural Resources Council.

Tanglewood: Grounds open Wednesdays, 9 am-Noon, Saturdays & Sundays, 10-4. Pre-registration is required. 

Kennedy Park, Lenox: 15 miles of groomed trails. Trail heads at the Arcadian Shop and Church on the Hill.

Mass Audubon/Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, Lenox
Trails are open daily, dawn to dusk. Restrooms and office are open every day, 9:00-3:30. Paper maps available. Self-service check in when the office is closed. Due to construction, some trails are re-routed and the accessible All Person’s Trail is only open during office hours. Lenox residents are free.

Ashuwillticook Rail Trail, Lanesboro north to Adams: View trail map.

Pittsfield Parks & Recreation: Onota Lake at Burbank Park is open. Kayak rentals. No lifeguards. Athletic courts are open for drills/practice only, no games. Splash pads, the Common and Clapp Park are closed.
The Mount, Home of Edith WhartonPop-Up Bistros and Brunches in October.
If you love fire pits, bistro lights, and delicious food shared with friends, reserve your seat today! Plus, indulge in a spooky Online Ghost Tour, (held every Friday up until Halloween, at 8 pm). The Mount's grounds are open 7 days a week until dusk, free of charge, with 50 acres, including walking trails and 2 formal gardens.
 
Arts & Culture

Janet Pumphrey Photography: Friday-Sunday, 10-5. 
Weekday afternoons open often and by appointment.


Berkshire Theatre Group. Outdoor Music Series and picnics to-go.

The Mount, Edith Wharton's Home: Tours of Wharton's gilded-age home. Wednesday-Monday, 10-5. Online Ghost Tours and True Conversations with authors. See below for more fun outdoor activities at The Mount.

Norman Rockwell Museum: Thursday-Monday, 10-5.

Clark Art Institute: Tuesday through Sunday, 10-5.

American Craftsman Gallery: Friday-Sunday, 11-6.

Sohn Fine Art: "Solidarity," a group exhibition highlighting the Black Lives Matter movement and Black beauty. / Thursday-Monday, 11-5, or by appointment. See below.

Ventfort Hall Gilded Age Museum: Online: "Edgar Allen Poe: Master of the Macabre," Saturday, October 24. House open 
Thursday through Tuesday, 11-4 pm.

Four for Art: Friday & Saturday, 11-4, or by appointment.

Berkshire Museum: Open to the public 8/17. Monday, Wednesday, Saturday, 10-5 pm. Closed from 1-2 pm for cleaning.
SOHN FINE ART
"SOLIDARITY"

Images shape cultural narratives in this group exhibition highlighting the Black Lives Matter movement and Black beauty.

Through January 18, 2021
(Martin Luther King Jr. day)

Reception October 24th
(RSVP is required for this event: info@sohnfineart.com)


AboveShawn Theodore's The Salon of Oluchi Oneya and Leenos The Forgiving


At RightPops Peterson's The Problem Persists (The Problem We All Live With)
 

Food...
Savory & Sweet in Lenox!


Stroll by the Chamber Windows at 4 Housatonic Street and scan flow codes that bring you to each restaurant's menu, social channels, and website. 
 

Haven Café Bakery is open for takeout, Thursday-Sunday, 8 am-2 pm
The Olde Heritage Tavern has outdoor & indoor dining, 11:30 am-9:00 pm.
Alta Restaurant & Wine Bar is open 11:30 am-2:30 pm, & 5-9 pm,Tuesday-Sunday.
Brava is open 5-9 pm. Outside seating only. Closed Tuesdays. 
Bistro Zinc Indoor Dining. Open every day for Lunch, 11:30 am-3 pm & Dinner, 5-10 pm.
Frankie's Ristorante has outdoor, patio and street level dining. Monday-Thursday, 5-8:30 pm, and Friday & Saturday, 5-9 pm.
Pizzeria Boema Open 7 days a week, 11:30 am-3:00 pm for lunch, and plan to open for dinner on 9/21. 
Prime Italian Steakhouse & Bar has outdoor & indoor dining, Wednesday-Saturday, 5-9 pm.
The Scoop has outdoor seating and serves ice cream, cookies, coffee & more.
Monday-Thursday, Noon-9 pm, Friday-Sunday, Noon-10 pm.

Walker Street Grill at Gateways Inn: Outdoor and indoor seating, full menu for takeout & picnics. 12-8, Wednesday-Sunday. 
 
Inns & Hotels
Our gorgeous Lenox inns and hotels are open and hosting visitors! All adhere to state-mandated safety protocols. Visit our Lodging page to peruse all the wonderful options available to you in Lenox. Call the individual inns for more information, and enjoy your stay in Lenox!
 
For Business Owners
 

 

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