Weekly Three Mile Hill Hike! 
Beginning Wednesday, October 7, 9:30 a.m.

Ages 13 and up.

Hiking time (approximate): 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Meeting place: Berkshire South parking lot

Enjoy the beauty and benefits of nature and boost your fitness at the same time! Weekly 4-mile (total) moderate hike from Berkshire South Community Center on the Three Mile Hill Trail to Fountain Pond and back. The trail has some steep sections and the normal rocks and roots. We will hike at a slow to moderate pace and observe nature and the changes that occur from week to week. We will social distance and wear masks when that is not possible. Limited to 10 participants so please register each week to avoid being turned away.

Wear sturdy walking or hiking shoes and dress in layers for the weather of the day. Bring mask, water and a snack in a light backpack where you can also store layers of clothing when not wearing them. Leader suggests hiking poles and has some to lend if you would like to borrow them.

Email Bess Dillman, Volunteer Leader, with any questions: elizabeth.dillman@gmail.com.

PAUSED FOR NOW DUE TO COVID Berkshire Ukulele Band (BUB)

Tuesdays, 6:30-8 p.m.  
Ages 13 and up. Multi-instrumentalist, teacher and performer Rob Sanzone will teach ukulele technique, chord progressions and songs from many musical genres. A limited number of ukuleles are available for loan to participants who do not have an instrument. Beginners are encouraged, reading music is not required. Music and chord charts will be provided. Opportunities to perform at community events will be offered. Registration requested. Drop-ins are encouraged, but call ahead – group occasionally performs off-site during regular class times.
$4 suggested donation. Open to members and guests.

Recommended donation $4 per session. There will be no BUB on 11/21 or 12/25.

BUB is supported in part by the MA Cultural Council and private supporters like you!

These programs are made possible by individual donors and Massachusetts Cultural Council. For over three years, Berkshire Sings! and Berkshire Ukulele Band have been spreading the joy of music in southern Berkshire County. We are pleased to offer them to the general public for free admission through the generous support of our donors. Tax-deductible contributions to these programs are gladly accepted.

PAUSED FOR NOW DUE TO COVID
Community Suppers

Mondays Serving 5- 6 p.m.
Join us for a delicious meal prepared by some of the finest chefs in the Berkshires. This meal is open to all in our community! With the hope to set the platform for connection and nourishment, we hope you will join us to greet your neighbors and meet new friends. Donations are gratefully accepted. We also collect non-perishable food items for local food banks. Please contribute if you can. galexander@berkshiresouth.org
or call 413-528-2810 x32.
FREE! No reservations required.

Sponsored in part by the Lennox Foundation, Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation, Jewish Women’s Federation of the Berkshires, Greylock Federal Credit Union &Greylock Insurance Agency.


NEW! Walking Club*
Get those steps in! This self-guided club will meet at the Community Center for weekly walks in our neighborhood. All routes are designed to start and end at Berkshire South. A Walking Guide brochure with route maps, difficulty rating and distance are available at the front desk. Please bring your water but leave your pets at home. All ages welcome. FREE
Wednesdays 8:30 a.m.

Community Thanks Supper – Take Out
Tuesday before Thanksgiving
Tommy Lee, Community Thanks Supper chef for the thirteenth year on November 24, said that the Community Supper program as a whole has “given me a home at Berkshire South, a sense of belonging, and honestly, a greater community.”

Join this NEW COVID-19 SAFE Thanksgiving feast! We continue our annual celebration of delicious food and great fellowship.  Volunteer opportunities available. For meal take-out reservation call 528-2810 Ext. 10 at least 48 hours in advance.