Entertainment, Arts

ARTS TALK by artist/ author Roselle K. Chartock: “Windsor Mountain: A Lenox Boarding School Where the Arts Really Mattered” (based on her book about the school). Where: the Artful Mind Gallery, 22 Walker St., Lenox, MA. When: Monday, July 30, from 4:30-5:30. Open to public. Refreshments served.

TOM RUSH TICKET for sale. Discounted. (413)-446-3161.

HOUSE PAINTING and more. Complete fix up, 35 years experience, large or small jobs welcomed. Free estimate. Work done right the first time. (413)-329-4438.

7PM, THURSDAY 7/19: Singer/ historian Harvey Granat at Berkshire South Regional Community Center in four-part series. An homage to the Golden Age of Broadway, the performances will honor a specific composer/ lyricist, starting with Rodgers and Hammerstein. $16 members, $20 guests. Tickets: visit center’s Front Desk or call (413)-528-2810, ext. 10. (P)

SIX DEPOT Roastery and Cafe is looking for an energetic, positive, multi-tasking capable individual who loves coffee, food, hospitality and making people feel welcome, dignified, and happy. Experience in retail and food service helpful. Full or part time (weekends essential). Year round position. Please contact Flavio at email hidden; JavaScript is required or (413)-232-8584.

SAILBOAT RIDES: Charter our 21′ mini-yacht with Captain Nina for a fun sail on Twin Lakes in Salisbury, CT. http://www.NashallaSailing.com (413)-229-9042.

DID YOU KNOW banks create “money” out of thin air? If you “borrow” that money which costs almost nothing to create, you must labor to pay it back with interest earned by your own sweat and savings. They are forbidden to lend depositors’ funds or their own assets. “(The) requirements imposed upon all Federally insured (FDIC) banks in Title 12 of the United States Code, section 1831n (a), prohibit them from lending their own money from their own assets, or from other depositors”. See Modern Money Mechanics, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, 1961. Paid for by Paul Kleinwald.

PIANO FOR ADULTS: specializing in adult students, my home or yours. Call Deborah Harris, (413)-528-9027.

BUS TO FOXWOODS Casino: Sat., Aug. 18, depart Canaan, CT Town Hall at 1:15pm. $35 per person, or pay $60 for 2 people. Depart casino at 9:30pm return home. Call Rich Crane Sr. for details (860)-824-5345.

HOUSE PAINTING and more. Complete fix up, 35 years experience, large or small jobs welcomed. Free estimate. Work done right the first time. (413)-329-4438.

ART GALLERY TOUR! Visit the galleries you’ve been curious about. Fun shuttle tour to explore the Berkshire art scene, guided by artist Natalie Tyler. Refreshments included. Thursday, July 26th. $45 a person. RSPV Darra (413)-854-3490. (P)

MASSACHUSETTS RESIDENTS: Register to Vote at the Sheffield Farmer’s Market. When? Every Friday from 2:45 to 6:30. Who? Mass. residents who are at least 16 years old (16/17 y.o.’s can pre-register). What? You need a driver’s license or SS#. Why? Democracy depends on citizen participation!

DO YOU WANT TO HAVE a great time, meet fun people, see outstanding music performances, help one of the Berkshire’s most historic non-profits and music venues? Become a volunteer at the Guthrie Center! Call (413)-528-1955 or stop by a 2 Van Deusenville Road, Great Barrington. We are looking forward to meeting you!

THE RICK CURTISS Perennial Flower Ranch has a giant sale going on. All perennials now only $8.99 a pot (buy 6, get the 7th for free). No exceptions. 1000s to pick from. Open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, 10am til 5pm. 635 Clayton Rd., Ashley Falls, MA.

GUITAR TEACHER wanted for Bossa Nova style. Call Bob in Housie (413)-329-4941.

ARTISTS & ARTISANS: We want you at Hillsdale ArtsWalk on August 11! All forms of art and handcrafted artisan work welcomed. Indoor and outdoor spots available, generous booth size, low fee. Email email hidden; JavaScript is required for application. (P)