Family Program

WHM Hay Day

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WHM Hay Day

Thank you for joining us for our first Hay Day Fair! Click the “Read More” tab to view photos of the event taken by Paul Guillotte and Susan Schneski.

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Let us Gather to Honor our Friend

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Let us Gather to Honor our Friend

Please join us on Sunday, July 22, 2018 from 2 to 4 p.m. for a special event honoring the late Nancy Burstein, the former Director and Curator of the Williamstown House of Local History and Williamstown Historical Museum.  All are invited to join us to celebrate Nancy’s life and honor her good work and friendship. 

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Singing School Benefit Concert for the WHM

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Singing School Benefit Concert for the WHM

Singing School’s benefit concert for the Williamstown Historical Museum can now be viewed online thanks to WilliNet! Please click the “Read More” tab to find a link to the video.

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Leaflets Three, Let it Be! The Story of Poison Ivy, lecture and demonstration

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Leaflets Three, Let it Be!  The Story of Poison Ivy, lecture and demonstration

“Leaflets Three, Let it Be! The Story of Poison Ivy” – lecture and demonstration for all ages by Robin Brickman, Video now available online.

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Critters of Mount Greylock: History, Stories and Songs

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Critters of Mount Greylock:  History, Stories and Songs

Join us on Saturday, November 12 at 11 am for a free family program. This will be a rousing interactive musical exploration of the animals, both wild and domesticated, that have defined Mount Greylock throughout the ages. Let’s make a song and dance out of it!

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