Don’t miss the GB Airport History program on June 21st
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Did you know that the Great Barrington Airport was once an onion field? Well, it was! And you’ll learn lots of other interesting things about it Read More

World War I display now at the Mason Library
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April 6th was the 100th anniversary of the United States entering the First World War. To commemorate this event, the Mason Library Read More

Hear Dr. Clarke on the history of medicine in the Berkshires
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The GBHS is proud to present Dr. Richard Clarke, who has practiced family medicine for over 40 years in Great Barrington Read More

PBS Channel WGBY visits the GBHS Housatonic exhibit
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PBS station WGBY in Springfield aired excerpts of their visit to the GBHS Museum’s exhibit “The Village and Mills of Housatonic,” Read More

Free Town Museum tours every Saturday & Sunday all year long
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The Great Barrington Historical Society holds free tours of its Town Museum and Archive Education Center at the Truman Wheeler House Read More

Appalachian Trail program set for April 27th
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The Appalachian Trail in Massachusetts? Is it part of that famous trail from Georgia to Maine? You bet it is–and it’s right here in the Berkshires! Read More

GBHS’ first Barn Sale of the season a big success
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The GBHS held its first barn/tag/yard/antiques sales of the season on Saturday, April 22nd. Damp, drizzly weather didn’t keep Read More

Housatonic Village & Mills exhibit
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The GBHS exhibit featuring Housatonic Village and Mills artifacts and documents opened on March 4th to more than 50 visitors, Read More

Hear Donna Drew’s Monument Mills program on March 29th
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A History of Monument Mills will be presented by the Society on Wednesday, March 29 at 7pm at the Claire Teague Senior Center Read More

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