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THEATER 

WILLIAMSTOWN THEATRE FESTIVAL

Tony Award-winning theatre offers performances each summer featuring the finest American actors.

On Main Street, Rte 2 East,
413- 597-3400
http://www.WTFestival.org


MUSIC

Williams College offers fine music.

'62 Center for Theatre and Dance
Williams theatre, dance program & center series events promise some of the boldest, most vibrant work to be seen in the Berkshires & beyond.
 413- 597-2425 - Box Office
http://62center.williams.edu/62center/index.cfm

Williams College Department Of Music
Williams offers concerts in many areas of interest September thru May - most free of charge - and the public is cordially invited to attend.
On Chapin Hall Drive
413- 597-2736
http://www.williams.edu/Music

Williamstown Jazz Festival
Call the college for details

Bernhard Music Center, 54 Chapin Drive, Williamstown, MA 01267
(413) 597-4049
ajaffe@williams.edu
http://www.williamstownjazz.com
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OUTDOORS

GOLF

Waubeeka features large undulating greens, generous fairways, gorgeous views of the surrounding mountain ranges, state of the art irrigation system and paved cart paths throughout the course.  Grass driving range  May - October.  Practice green, Pro Shop, Clubhouse for food and spirits, Public Locker Rooms with shower facilities.
On New Ashford Rd.
413- 458-5869

HIKING

There are trails at the Clark Institute and there is Pine Cobble.
Pine Cobble (1,894 feet), to the northeast of Williamstown, offers one of the finest panoramic views of the Hoosic River valley. Within easy walking distance of the Williams College campus, this hike is a favorite with many Williams College students. The word "cobble" refers to the exposed outcropping of quartzite bedrock that is the destination of most of those who use the trail. On a clear day, the outcrop is easily visible from the valley floor, several miles away.
Take Route 2 east from its junction with Route 7.   After 0.6 mi., turn left on Cole Ave. at the first stoplight. Cross a bridge over the Hoosic River and railroad tracks just before North Hoosac Rd.   Turn right on N. Hoosac (1.4 mi.) and then left on Pine Cobble Road at 1.8 miles.  Park in the parking area on the left 0.2 mi. up the hill. The trailhead is across the road.

GALLERIES

The Harrison Gallery.  Focusing on contemporary American artists with an emphasis on landscapes.  Framing service.

On Spring Street
39 Spring Street
413-458-1700
http://www.theharrisongallery.com

HISTORIC SITES

Williamstown House Of Local History
Photos, manuscripts, artifacts related to town history. Genealogy resources, public programs, permanent & rotating exhibits. Call for open hours.

On Main Street
413-458-2160


HEALTH & WELLNESS

In Touch Spa
A nine sided spa in what was once the town's grist mill and set into the west bank of the Green River.   Massage therapy, facials, skin care,  full service hair salon,  private outdoor hot tub and more.    Exceptional services, a beautiful setting and reasonable prices. Minutes from the Clark Art Institute, Williams College, Williamstown Theater Festival.
On Water St.
413-458.3235 
http://www.intouchdayspa.com/

 

 

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