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  • Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum

    The berkshire scenic railway museum's primary mission is to foster interest in the history of railroading in the berkshire hills of western massachusetts through the provision of safe, educational, and entertaining tourist train rides between lenox and stockbridge. The museu...

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  • Berkshires Arts Festival
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  • Cantilena Chamber Choir

    The Cantilena Chamber Choir is the Berkshire region's leading a cappella group.  For the past three seasons it was heard on a special WMHT Christmas Eve radio broadcast of Lessons and Carols recorded at Trinity Church in Lenox. The Choir has collaborated with t...

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  • Cranwell Spa & Golf Resort

    Perched high on a hilltop in Lenox, MA, Cranwell Spa and Golf Resort offers spectacular views for every season.  Enjoy one of the largest spas in the Northeast along with elegant accommodations, fine dining, outstanding amenities and exceptional service. Whether your vi...

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  • Eastover Estate and Retreat

    Mission, Vision and Sustainability: Eastover is unaffiliated with any specific spiritual tradition, and its eclectic, open-hearted receptivity aims to support the continuing emergence of holistic and ecological ideas capable of renewing our culture and leading the way to a s...

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  • Fall Festival of Shakespeare

    The annual Fall Festival of Shakespeare is a residency program at 10 high schools in Massachusetts and neighboring New York. Shakespeare & Company directing teams lead students at each school through a language-based exploration of different Shakespeare plays, culminatin...

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  • Fine Arts and Handmade Crafts Fair
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  • Hope Church

    History: Hope Church was established in Lenox in the summer of 1958 when New England School of Theology moved from Brookline, Mass. and became Berkshire Christian College. The Church was the result of the vision and dedication of the faculty and staff of the College. Thir...

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  • Lenox Caroling Festival

    Lenox to Host Holiday Caroling Festival The streets of Lenox will be filled with holiday carolers December 10, 2011 for the first Lenox Caroling Festival. Choirs and choral groups from throughout the Northeast are being invited to participate in the competition...

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  • Lenox Chamber Of Commerce

    History Lenox was slow to be settled. It was 1750 before Jonathan Hinsdale and others arrived. His daughter Rhoda was the first child born in Lenox, still called Yokuntown at that time. Lenox held its first town meeting in 1767. It was a town of farmers, traders, merchants...

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  • Lenox Community Center

    The Lenox Community Center provides services to residents of all ages. Our Council on Aging office, housed at the center, staffs a part time Senior Services Coordinator as well as an Out-reach Worker. Van transportation for our elderly is provided 3 days a week. The center p...

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  • Lenox Farmer's Market

    Fridays from June 2nd to September 15th 12:30pm to 4:30 pm Location: St. Ann's Parish, 134 Main St, Lenox...

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  • Lenox Land Trust

    Mission of the Trust : Recognizing the pressures on land use and also recognizing the rights of individual property owners, the Lenox Land Trust believes that it is imperative to preserve and maintain the rural New England character of Lenox and the surrounding area...

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  • Lenox Library Association

    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, accessibilit...

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  • Lenox Public Schools

    Located in the southern Berkshire County town of Lenox, Massachusetts, our school district consists of a student enrollment of approximately 800 students who are taught, mentored, coached and supported by a faculty and staff of approximately 165.  While small in size, o...

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  • Lenox Rhubarb Festival

    The Rhubarb Festival began in 2013 to celebrate rhubarb. Suzanne W Pelton, a native of Lenox, grew up eating rhubarb from the back yard: stewed rhubarb and strawberry rhubarb pie. "The fruit (actually it's a vegetable) is loaded with nutrition (17 vitamins and minerals), is ...

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  • Lenox Sportsmen's Club

    About Us:The Club  abuts the 1,100 acre “George Darey Wildlife Management Area” that over looks October Mountain State Forest and the Housatonic River.  We hold Summer and Winter Pistol  &  Archery Leagues for both adults and youths During the summer months we ho...

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  • Lenox St. Ann's Parish

    History : Puritan settlers first came to what is now Lenox in 1750, and the town was incorporated under that name in 1767. The pioneer Catholic settler was John Grace, an Irishman who became owner of a parcel of land in north Lenox in 1783. Eventually he left the to...

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  • Lenox Trinity Episcopal Church

    Trinity is a family-sized Episcopal congregation located in the historic district of Lenox, Massachusetts. Gathering for worship, fellowship, and service, Trinity's people are warm, welcoming, and inclusive. Trinity's worship is eucharistically centered, alternating...

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  • Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary

    Pleasant Valley's thriving beaver population is one of the many fascinating features of this sanctuary. When you walk along Yokun Brook, take note of the "lodges" of tree branches and mud, where these nocturnal creatures spend their days. Salamander migrations are a major sp...

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