SUMMER 2013 PARTNERS

Lodging, Dining, Food & Wine


Guido’s Fresh Marketplace (two locations)
www.guidosfreshmarketplace.com
1020 South Street
Pittsfield
413 442 9912

760 South Main Street
Great Barrington
413 528 9255

Guido’s is your source for best-quality, wholesome & delicious food in the Berkshires, and they are a family-owned independent grocery store bringing you the freshest, finest, and friendliest since 1979.

From June 9–September 8, Guido’s Pittsfield store offers a special all-American picnic inspired by the Clark’s summer exhibitions. This packed-for-you picnic includes plate, utensils, napkin and condiments and is $34.95 per person.

Filet of Beef with Horseradish Sauce
Rustic Potato Salad
Sweet Corn and Black Bean Salad
Berkshire Mountain Bakery roll
Haven Chocolate Cake
Sparkling Lemonade

Order your picnic by phoning 413 442 9912, ext. 131. Picnic must be ordered 24 hours prior to pick up.

Partners in the Arts


Albany Institute of History & Art
www.albanyinstitute.org
Address: 125 Washington Avenue
Albany, NY
518 463 4478
One of the nation’s first museums, the Albany Institute is dedicated to collecting, preserving, interpreting, and promoting the history, art, and culture of Albany and the Upper Hudson Valley.

Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
www.mahaiwe.org
14 Castle Street
Great Barrington
413 528 0100
The year-round Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center in Great Barrington, MA offers high quality music, dance, theater and opera on the stage and screen of its newly restored historic theater.

MASS MoCA
www.massmoca.org
1040 MASS MoCA Way
North Adams
413 MoCA111
Housed in a sprawling restored 19th century factory campus, MASS MoCA exhibits the best visual and performing arts of our time including the stunning Sol LeWitt retrospective.

Norman Rockwell Museum
www.nrm.org
9 Route 183
Stockbridge
413 298 4100
World’s largest collection of original Rockwell art; changing exhibitions by America’s finest illustrators. Rockwell’s Stockbridge studio. 36-acre scenic site, gift shop, and seasonal café. Open daily, year-round.

Tanglewood
www.tanglewood.org
West Street
Lenox
888 266 1200
Experience the unforgettable starlit evenings and relaxing afternoons featuring the spectacular music of the Boston Symphony at Tanglewood. Bring your own picnic and enjoy the world-class music. Kids under 17 are free for most concerts.

Williams College Museum of Art
wcma.williams.edu
Route 2
Williamstown, MA 01267
413 597 2429
One of the finest college art museums in the country, WCMA houses over 13,000 works spanning the history of art. Special exhibitions focus on new scholarship and alternative perspectives. This summer the special exhibition Now Dig This! Art and Black Los Angeles 1960–1980 opens July 20.

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