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"To promote business prosperity and a healthy community by providing 
information,  services and advocacy for our members."

Southern Berkshire Towns :  Alford, Egremont, Great Barrington, Monterey, 
Mt. Washington,  New Marlborough, Otis, Sandisfield & Sheffield

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*Every month we randomly draw member business names.Those members are then asked if they would like to be featured in the Business Spotlight. Featured members must submit requested information. We hope your business is drawn soon!

Welcome New Chamber Members:
H&R Block Great Barrington

Orchard Shade Bed & Breakfast

Silo Media

Reiner White and Sons

Bola Granola

Game MasDerr

Stockbridge Chamber of Commerce

Visit Lenox - The Lenox Chamber of Commerce

Lee Chamber of Commerce

Field & Cellar, LLC

IS183 Art School of the Berkshires

Powerhouse Square

Lakeside Estates Bed & Breakfast

The Southfield Store

Close Encounters with Music






GB Reads RBG:
film "The Breadwinner" (PG-13)
Saturday, April 21, 1:30-3:00
Mason Library

From executive producer Angelina Jolie and the creators of the Academy Award®-nominated
The Secret of Kells and Song of the Sea, comes the Academy Award®-nominated feature
based on Deborah Ellis' bestselling novel.

No registration necessary.



Thank you for renewing your membership with
The Southern Berkshire Chamber of Commerce:
Timberlyn Heights

Town of Otis

Timpane Construction Inc.

Berkshire International Film Festival

Happy Nails

Southern Berkshire Volunteer Ambulance Squad Inc.

Riverbrook Residence, Inc.


Roger Trucking

NBT Bank

Aston Magna Foundation

Tomich Landscape Design and Construction

Adam Paul Heller Studio LLC

Cellarbration Wine, Beer & Spirits

Berkshire Rivers Fly Fishing

Magic Fluke

Nonprofit Center of the Berkshires

Community Access to the Arts

Village Mortgage Company

Berkshire Fairfield Inn & Suites


Berkshire Community Land Trust

Michele's Salon & Day Spa

Berkshire Property Agents

Berkshire Family and Individual Resources, Inc.

Snap Shop

Kimball Fuel

Berkshire Co-op Market

Berkshire Bank

Great Barrington Historical Society & Museum


Barnbrook Realty Corp

Gifted Child

AJA Risk Management Consultants, Inc.

RWP Tax & Accounting LLP

Berkshire South Regional Community Center

Congregation Ahavath Shalom

First Congregational Church of Sheffield

Saint James Place

Harland B. Foster Inc.

Dick Coon Construction

Church Street Trading Co. and Hillary Rush Berkshires

Southern Berkshire Shopper's Guide

Evergreen Fine American Crafts

Karen Allen Fiber Arts

TP Saddleblanket

Michael R. Bertelli, Electrician

John F. Graney Metal

Town of Sheffield

William Pitt Sotheby's International Realty


The Marketplace Kitchen

Berkshire Grown

Berkshire Housing Development Corp

WAMC NE Public Radio

Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts

Adelson & Company PC

SoCo Creamery

Plaza Package

Upcoming Events from the Southern Berkshire 
Chamber of Commerce...

Have you seen our new Sponsorship Bundles?




News and Events from our Members!


River Walk Earth Day Clean-Up
Sat. April 21st from 9am-2pm
W.E.B. Du Bois River Park

We need you! Pitch in and help clean up & restore the riverbanks along the Housatonic River. With your help we can open up River Walk for another wonderful season.




Please join us for the readings
of two new plays from the

Berkshire Voices
writers group

Online: A Love Story
in 140 Characters or Less

Jessica Provenz
April 23rd at 7pm
Great Hall at St. James Place

by Michael Brady
May 7th at 7pm
Great Hall at St. James Place

Tickets are free, but space is limited.
To make reservations please call 413-528-2544 or email admin@berkshireplaywrightslab.org

April 26, 2018 | 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
The Stationery Factory in Dalton

$50 for 1Berkshire Members  
$60 for General Admission


Help make Lee shine!
Join us for the 
Third Annual Greener Gateway Roadside Cleanup 
Saturday April 28th

It's that time of the year again...the Third Annual Greener Gateway Roadside Cleanup takes place April 28th (when it really will feel like spring). More people will be taking walks and summer visitors will soon be showing up. Although we've had severeal monthly cleanups over the past year, they're far from enough to clean up all the litter along our roads. Our Annual Cleanup is critical in helping Lee shine and demonstrating that we want our town to be clean and attractive -- welcoming and enjoyable.
If you're unsure about whether our annual cleanup is necessary, just take a look at what our team of volunteers collected last year and the year before. 
On April 28th we'll meet at 9:00 a.m. at the Railroad Street gazebo (near the Post Office). We'll end between 11 and noon - with a group picture and some good food. You can bring your own gloves, but we've got everything you'll need - gloves, safety vests, bags, and pickup tools. 

ArtWeek Event
Tracing Native Histories on the Landscape
April 28

Before it officially opens for the season, join the Bidwell House Museum and guide Robert Hoogs on a new interpretive trail as you retrace the steps of the Native Americans-specifically the local Stockbridge Band of the Mohican Tribe-who lived and hunted in this area for thousands of years.  As you explore the Native American presence that pre-dated early settler history-this was not the "howling wilderness" often portrayed-you can consider how Mohicans lived on this land for centuries before and after the English settlers. Sitting on 192 acres, this tour will show you some of the 4 miles of forest trails and stone walls on the Bidwell grounds.  The walk begins at 10 a.m. and is FREE.


It is time to join us.....
Tasting Room Opening for 2018 Season
Saturday, May 5
Sunday, May 6


10:30 AM

The Clark tradition returns with a gourmet Mother's Day brunch prepared by Chef Dan Hardy. The menu includes honey bourbon glazed ham, smoked salmon, quiche, french toast, bacon, breakfast potatoes, fresh fruit, yogurt with berries and granola, honey yeast rolls, honey apple cake, and assorted pastries. Mothers receive a special gift bag featuring raw honey from the Clark's bees.

Seating is at 10:30 am; brunch closes at 12 pm. Reservations are required.  Click here to purchase tickets.




Monday, May 21, 2018
5:30 - 8:30

This year tickets may be purchased on line
Go to www.constructinc.org
click on MayFest RSVP to reserve your ticket

Tickets are $95.00


Tickets On Sale ~ May 1

$20 adults | $10 youth ages 4-18

By phone: (413) 274-6624
In person: Berkshire Pulse, 420 Park St, Housatonic