Berkshire County entertainment moves to warmer indoor sites in winter and continues uninterrupted in January and February. Berkshire County is a winter wonderland during snow ski season. But our Berkshire Winter entertainment goes way beyond the sleek slopes and downhill ski runs. We are sharing this New York Times Article written by columnist Mark Vanhoenacker. You can read the entire article by clicking the link at the bottom of our page which will take you to the New York Times website. Wishing you lots of snow and warm fires during this winter season!
For many, the Berkshire Mountains are inimitably tied to one season: summer, when the area's tandem blooms of high culture and cherished New England countryside draw a devoted global audience to this sparsely populated corner of Massachusetts.
Traditionally, early September brings a frosty curtain down on this fair-weather communion of art and land. The region's snowy scenes may have inspired some notable James Taylor lyrics and the color of American literature's most famous whale. But by midwinter, Arrowhead, Herman Melville's former home, is open by appointment only, and Mr. Taylor's beloved Tanglewood sees more snowshoes than Champagne flutes.