Creative Industry: Icons and Innovators of the Berkshire Hills
What fertile crescent nurtured the talents of Norman Rockwell, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Arlo Guthrie, Susan B. Anthony, James Taylor, William Cullen Bryant, and Yo-Yo Ma? What region can claim the earliest recorded mention of baseball, the origin of all US currency, and the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra? The Berkshires.
This fall, join PPS for a trip out west! Our annual members’ trip on October 15-17 will include destinations such as…
- the Frelinghuysen Morris House and Studio, the earliest modernist home in New England
- a Civilian Conservation Corps building atop the highest peak in Massachusetts
- Chesterwood, home to the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Artists’ Homes & Studios Program
- an in-progress preservation story supported by the African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund
Single Occupancy / $1,895
Double Occupancy / $1,795
Two-night accommodation at the Red Lion Inn
Admission to sites and tours
Speaker and tour guide fees
Local group transportation
One dining experience per day, including tax and gratuity
50% deposit due May 18; remaining balance due July 1. Minimum group size is 12 paid participants. The trip will not operate with fewer people. The maximum is 22 participants.
Please click here to download the full info packet, which includes a registration form. For questions, or to register, please contact Kelsey Mullen.