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Happening this Week

Happening this Week

by Charlotte Penrose

ADULT STORY TIME: STORY SLAM
January 5th, Thursday 7-9PM

Fuel will be hosting its second Story Slam -- a la Moth Radio Hour -- live storytelling competition with five minute slots for each speaker to recount their most compelling tale on a particular theme. Fittingly, the theme will be "New Beginnings." The kitchen will be serving all night, drinks will be available as well, €”so take this rare opportunity to see what Fuel feels like at night! $5 Cover.
Fuel. 293 Main Street. Great Barrington. MA. 413.528.5505

SWEET DUETS: GENNA and JESSE
January 6th, Friday 8-10PM

Luckily for us, the next stop on Genna & Jesse's international tour for their new album, Asphalt Rhapsody, is our very own No. Six Depot in West Stockbridge. The duo's combination of "€œquirky chemistry, intricate vocal harmonies and ardent storytelling"€ give life to their songwriting and vibrant performances. You'€™ll hear whispers (and sometimes roars) of folk, blue-eyed soul, jazz, blues, and "retro soul pop"€ that fuses into something both sweet and sultry. Suggested donation $15.
No. Six Depot. 6 Depot Street. West Stockbridge. MA. 413.232.0205

FOR THE NON-HIBERNATED: WINTER WILDLIFE WALK
January 7th, Saturday 10AM-12PM

Join the Columbia Land Conservancy and Josh Wood, Assistant Director at Flying Deer Nature Center (a Mount Lebanon, NY-based nature and wilderness education center) on an educational walk through Hand Hollow Conservation Area. A Level III expert Tracker, Josh will be explaining how to spot signs of the cold-hardy wildlife who remain out and about during the winter, and the techniques different species have adopted to survive. Dress warmly (Josh recommends layering)! Event Info & Registration
Hand Hollow Conservation Area.
4079 County Route 9. New Lebanon. NY. 518.392.5252

HOT TOPIC FILM: DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKERS SERIES
January 7th, Saturday 4PM

Gather Our Hearts at Standing Rock by Fidel Moreno.
Few events in recent history have so significantly demonstrated the power of citizens standing together peacefully for a cause as the protests at Standing Rock. Fidel Moreno was able to capture footage over the course of several visits to the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation where he witnessed this unprecedented gathering of Native and other people standing together to protect water resources and the Missouri River.
Scoville Memorial Library. 38 Main Street. Salisbury. CT. 860.435.2838

TREES ABLAZE: CHRISTMAS TREE BLAZE
January 8th, Sunday 2-4PM

Watch your Christmas tree light up one more time! Join friends, neighbors and family around the fire pit to watch your trees burn as you enjoy warm drinks and snacks! Trustees members $5, non-members $10.
Bartholomew's Cobble. 105 Weatogue Road. Sheffield MA
413.298.3239 x3013. cpetrikhuff@thetrustees.org



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