435 Laurel Street, Lee, MA, US, 01238

  • Phone: (413) 243-2700
  • Fax: (413) 637-0798
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    »Lee

    This sleepy little community is considered the 'Shopping Capital' of Berkshire county. Find brands and explore a variety of shopping options: local produce, antiques, quaint jewelry and be charmed by the small-town appeal of the place. Verdant lands, sprawling farmlands and an old-worldly feel rule the roost. The town of Lee is alive with the sounds of cymbals and marching bands traveling down historic tree-lined Main Street during Founder's Weekend. The annual birthday event celebrates living history amidst the town's quaint "mom and pop" five-and-dime, barber and hardware shops. Horse-drawn wagons, fiddlers and gentlemen and ladies in colonial garb are all part of the activities, reminiscent of gentler days. Simple living, away from the hustle and bustle of urban life and a stress-free environment are what Lee offers for the weary traveler.

    West Park Street
    Lee, MA 1238

    »Trinity Episcopal Church

    With three historic buildings nestled in its campus, the Trinity Episcopal Church is certainly an important landmark. Its Romanesque Church, the Parish House and its Rectory were built between 1888 and 1892. The weekly as well as the annual events are hosted here with a mission to bring the entire community together and maintain peace. Its outreach programs generously helps poor children and people who cant even afford a simple house. Going beyond the national boundaries, the Trinity Episcopal Church also supports educational programs for street children in Kenya. Call for more details.

    88 Walker Street
    Lenox, MA 01240

    »Lenox

    Located at less than 50 miles (80 kilometers) from Springfield, Lenox is a major tourist destination for visitors from across the world owing to the numerous tourist attractions and a plethora of events taking place here. The origin of the town dates back to 1750 and some of the historic structures like the Ventfort Hall Mansion and Church on the Hill still stand as testimony to its existence. Tourists can also visit other historic landmarks like the Kripalu Center, Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum and Frelinghuysen Morris House and Museum to know about the life of people in this town. With festivities like Berkshire Arts Festival and Lenox Caroling Festival held almost throughout the year, the pristine town serves as a perfect respite from the regular and over-crowded tourist destinations.

    Lenox
    Lenox, MA

    »Camp Mah-Kee-Nac

    This camp for children tries to incorporate such diverse activities as to have something for everyone; there are athletic sporting events and non sporting events, competitive team activities and noncompetitive activities. Along with the sports offered are a wide variety of other activities, such as art, wood shop, rocketry, radio, hiking, camping, and much more.

    6 Hawthorne Street
    Lenox, Massachusetts 01240

    »Belvoir Terrace

    Founded in 1954 and located in a beautiful, magical castle-like mansion on wonderfully landscaped grounds, Belvoir Terrace provides both summer and winter camps that are expressly for girls and concentrate on teaching the finer points of the fine arts and performing arts, with programs in painting, theatre, dancing, music, sports, and other areas.

    80 Cliffwood Street
    Lenox, Massachusetts 01240

    »Tobi's Limousine Service

    Tobi

    221 Main Street
    Lenox, Massachusetts 01240

    »Notchview Reservation

    This recreation area offers thirty kilometers of ski trails, which range from gentle slopes for the novice, to more challenging terrain for the more experienced skier; there are also warming and waxing areas. This reservation offers over three thousand acres of beautiful, natural scenery to enjoy, in addition to the miles and miles of well groomed trails for skiing.

    Route 9, Windsor
    Stockbridge, Massachusetts 01262

    »Stockbridge

    If you're looking for a calm, country vacation, then look no further than that quaint town of Stockbridge . Blessed with natural landscapes and lush green lands, this is one place you would not want to miss when planning a trip to Massachusetts. Studded with art galleries, antique shops, souvenir stores, museums and art spaces, this town hosts hoards of cultural events from time to time. The town of Stockbridge celebrates the holidays each year with its Main Street at Christmas celebration, featuring a concert, play, art show and numerous other activities. Go shopping or explore the exotic countryside or be in the city during Christmas, eitherway, you're bound to destress in this scenic haven.

    Church Street
    Stockbridge, MA 01262

    »Congregational Church of West Stockbridge

    Congregational Church of West Stockbridge is a historic church located at West Stockbridge, Massachusetts. The church was built in 1843 and has a Stick/Eastlake style of architecture. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on July 30, 1996.

    45 Main Street
    West Stockbridge, MA 01266

    »Tyringham Union Church

    The Methodist Episcopal Society of Tyringham also referred to as the Union Church and Parsonage is a historical church. Dating back to 1844, this religious landmark was included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 2000.

    128 Main Road
    Tyringham, MA 01264

    »Saint Andrew's Chapel

    Saint Andrew's Chapel is a beautiful chapel in Washington and designated feature on the National Register of Historic Places. This Late Gothic Revival stone structure was built in 1899 and is replete with stained glass panels and a wooden altar. It is surrounded by verdant lawns making for a picturesque setting.

    1153 Washington Mountain Road
    Washington, MA 01223

    »Crowne Plaza Hotel Ballroom

    If you are looking to host a corporate event or a conference in large scale, then no other venues in the city match up to the facilities provided by The Ballroom of the Crowne Plaza Hotel Pittsfield. The venue spreads across more than 7500 square feet (700 square meters), and is equipped with projectors, Wi-Fi connection and advanced audio-visual technology. Apart from conferences, the Ballroom is used to host concerts by a number of artists and bands throughout the year. Call for more information.

    One West Street
    Pittsfield, MA 01201
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