Critters of Mount Greylock: History, Stories and Songs

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Critters of Mount Greylock:  History, Stories and Songs

Greylock Critters:  History, Stories and Songs

Free Family Program

Saturday, November 12

11 am – 12:30 pm

Milne Public Library

1095 Main Street, Williamstown

This rousing interactive musical exploration of the animals, both wild and domesticated, that have defined Mount Greylock throughout the ages was presented on Saturday, November 12, 2016.  View the video here: Greylock Critters:  History, Stories and Songs
Narrated by Park Interpreter Mike Whalen, this program featured local folk trio Wintergreen along with a cast of colorful critters and a few of the human characters that have made their home in this special place.

Alice and Larry Spatz perform throughout the Northeast, appearing on television, radio, at folk festivals, in concert and at clubs, schools and colleges. As active folk musicians since the 1960s, they have performed internationally and recorded several albums as soloists and with other performers. They may play as many as eight instruments during a performance! Jared Polens plays hammer dulcimer solo and with others throughout the Northeast. He was a member of the contra dance band, Southwind, and also sings with the acapella vocal quartet, Northern Spy, which has opened for Maura O’Connell and Tom Paxton.

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