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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

Our premium prepared foods make for perfect picnics! Guido’s is your source for best-quality, wholesome & delicious food in the Berkshires. We are a family-owned independent grocery store bringing you the freshest, finest, and friendliest since 1979.

Nejaime’s Wine Cellars (three locations)
www.nejaimeswine.com
444 Pittsfield Road
Lenox
413 448 2274, 800 946 3988

60 Main Street
Lenox Village
413 637 2221, 800 946 3978

3 Elm Street
Stockbridge
413 298 3454, 800 946 3987

The Berkshires’ premier wine merchants with full liquor and beer selections as well as local and imported Artisanal cheeses and unique specialty foods. Enjoy delicious gourmet picnics including French Country, Berkshire Summer Classic & Mediterranean Tapas Picnics or choose your favorites from the Custom A La Carte Menu.

Orchards Hotel & Gala Restaurant and Bar
www.orchardshotel.com
222 Adams Road
Williamstown
800-225-1517

Kick-off-your-shoes luxury boutique hotel and restaurant minutes from the Clark. Spacious, classic, and uniquely styled guest rooms with modern amenities. Gala Restaurant & Bar, with New American cuisine features locally grown and organic products. Enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner on the patio in the garden courtyard or in the casually elegant dining room.

Partners in the Arts

Albany Institute of History and 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.

Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival
www.jacobspillow.org
358 George Carter Rd
Becket
413 243 0745

A National Historic Landmark and home to America’s longest-running international dance festival, rare and extensive archives, a professional school, and community programs including more than 200 free events, talks, exhibits, and performances. Festival runs June 19 through August 29.

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
87 Marshall Street
North Adams
413 MoCA111

Housed in a sprawling restored 19th century factory campus, MASS MoCA exhibits the best visual and performing art 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 (open seasonally) 36 acre scenic site, gift shop, and seasonal café.

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.

Williamstown Theatre Festival
www.wtfestival.org
1000 Main Street, on Route 2
Williamstown
413 597 3400

Tony Award-winner for Outstanding Regional Theatre presenting a season of American classics and new American plays from June 23–August 22, 2010

Pablo Picasso, "The Frugal Repast," 1904. Etching. Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute, Williamstown, Massachusetts (1962.89). © 2010 Estate of Pablo Picasso/ARS, New York

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