Monday, October 17, 2005

EVENTS THIS WEEK: The city of North Adams "eZine"

Date: Mon, 17 Oct 2005 09:31:25 -0400
From: North Adams Office of Tourism <>

North Adams eZine for the Week of October 17th

There will be an indoor barbeque in honor of a delegation from Tremosine,
the Italian sister city of North Adams. The barbeque is open to the public
and will be held at the Holiday Inn Berkshires on Wednesday, October 19 at
7:00 PM. The delegation from Tremosine, including it’s mayor and over two
dozen public figures, will arrive late tonight and stay in North Adams until
October 20th. Tremosine is located in Northern Bracia, Italy, and is
composed of some 12 communities. Immigrants from Tremosine settled in North
Adams around the Walnut – State Street area, coming to work in the Hoosac
Tunnel and to construct the stone churches and buildings in North Adams. For
information about the tour, or to make reservations for the barbeque,
contact Dr. John Moresi at 663-5521. The sister city visit is sponsored by
Dr. John Moresi and the city of North Adams.

The Fine and Performing Arts Department at Massachusetts College of Liberal
Arts in North Adams will produce Robin Hood, by the contemporary American
playwright, Don Nigro in the Venable Theatre on the MCLA campus, October
19-22 with curtain at 8:00 PM each evening. Tickets are $2.00, and they can
be reserved at (413) 662-5123. The production is staged in conjunction with
MCLA Fall Family Weekend.

Coming to the Railway Cafe this Saturday, October 22nd at 8:00 PM is Kevin
So. A native Bostonian, Kevin makes his time touring everywhere, and
performing with his band in and around New York City. Blending rhythm and
blues, hip-hop, folk, and sometimes musical theatre, fans all over the world
have caught on to So's lyrical truths and his knack for engaging people
through his music, intense storytelling, and foot-stomping performance.
Opening for Kevin, is Greenfield resident Stephanie Marshall. A former
employee of North Adams Regional Hospital, Stephanie uses her sweet
voice, storytelling songwriting and a touch of country flair to entertain
Railway Cafe shows continue to take place at St. John's Parish Hall, 59
Summer St., North Adams, next to the Post Office. Ample parking is available
in the St. John's Municipal Lot. Admission for this event is $12 in advance,
$15 at the door,
$10 for students and seniors. Doors open at 7:30 PM. For reservations,
email <> or call 664-6393.
In the meantime, hear Kevin So on iTunes or visit his website, <>


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