Pop-Ups on The Porch

Pop-Up Drinks on The Porch

Join us on the front porch for a complimentary tasting of exciting wines and craft spirits on select Wednesdays June through August from 4:30-6:30 pm. All beverages available for purchase and on-premise consumption.

June 13 – Kick off Summer with “Drink Pink on the Porch”
Sample 6 rosés from around the world. Pick your favorite, buy a glass or bottle, grab a seat and enjoy.

June 27 – Summer Whites
Tired of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, and Pinot Grigio? Branch out and try some exciting crisp, refreshing summer whites. Have you had Fiano, Assyrtiko, Carricante, Torrontes, or Weissburgunder? Come for tasting and see what you have been missing.

July 11 – “Drink Pink on the Porch”
Sample 6 rosés from around the world. Pick your favorite, buy a glass or bottle, grab a seat and enjoy.

July 25 – Chillable reds
Red Wine Lover no matter the weather? Just can’t get into white wine no matter how hard you try?
Join us for Chillable reds. A curated selection of reds that taste better a little cool. Fresh, lively, juicy, aromatic reds that benefit from some time on ice.

August 8 – Drink Pink on the Porch
Will it be all sparkling? You have to come by and find out in person.

August 22 – Gin & Tonics on the Porch
The official drink of Summer? Maybe. A great drink that can go wrong. We have put together a fun and interesting menu of specialty Gin & Tonics. Craft distillers, premium tonic, fresh local ingredients.
Even the ice is excited about this event.

Pop-Up Performances

JULY POP-UP PERFORMANCES

Friday, July 13, 5 – 6 pm, Shakespeare & Company “Love’s Labor’s Lost”
Actors perform a scene from one of the playwright’s early comedies, a spoof of those who try to shun love and life. Love’s Labor’s Lost is full of witty wordplay, hilarious mishaps, and riotous comedy.  Catch it July 10 – August 18 at the Dell – Outdoors at the Mount.

Tuesday, July 17, 12 – 1 pm, Berkshire Theatre Group “Hair”
Celebrating it’s 50-year anniversary, Tony Award-winning rock musical Hair takes audiences back to the free-spirited, hippie counterculture of the ’60s.  Catch a quick look at this infectious show which will run from July 5 – August 11 at the at The Unicorn Theatre in Stockbridge.

Thursday, July 19, 5 – 6 pm, Tanglewood Music Center Harpist Franziska Kahuhn
Harpist and Boston University Tanglewood Institute faculty member Franziska Huhn performs on Thursday, July 19, 5 – 6 pm. Enjoy classical music for harp from this accomplished musician who has performed throughout New England, Europe and Asia.

Friday, July 27, 5 – 6 pm, Norman Rockwell Museum, A Reading from Norman Rockwell’s Autobiography
Norman Rockwell Museum docent and former radio broadcaster, George Church III, will read from Norman Rockwell’s Autobiography “My Adventures as an Illustrator” including excerpts on the Four Freedoms, the 75th Anniversary of these world-renown works . Come by to see him “in character”.

Tuesday, July 31, 12 – 1 pm, Hancock Shaker Village, Shaker Music and Dance Performance
Representative of their belief in equality, one man and one woman from Hancock Shaker Village will showcase traditional Shaker music and dance with special performances. Come by and clap, stomp and sign along.

AUGUST POP-UP PERFORMANCES

Friday, August 3, 1 – 2 pmBerkshire Theatre Group –  “Tarzan”

Actors perform from this new musical featuring hit music by rock legend, Phil Collins.  Catch the entire show swinging onto the Colonial Stage through August 16.

Wednesday, August 8, 5 – 6 pm, Shakespeare & Co. – “Love’s Labor’s Lost”
Actors perform a scene from one of the playwright’s early comedies, a spoof of those who try to shun love and life. Love’s Labor’s Lost is full of witty wordplay, hilarious mishaps, and riotous comedy.  Catch it July 10 – August 18 at the Dell – Outdoors at the Mount.

Friday, August 17, 12 – 1 pm, Norman Rockwell Museum, A Reading from Norman Rockwell’s Autobiography
Norman Rockwell Museum docent and former radio broadcaster, George Church III, will read from Norman Rockwell’s Autobiography “My Adventures as an Illustrator” including excerpts on the Four Freedoms, the 75th Anniversary of these world-renown works . Come by to see him “in character”.

Tuesday, August 21, 12 – 1 pm, Jacob’s Pillow Brazilian Fusion Tap Dance
Felipe Galganni is a tap dancer, teacher, and choreographer known for his unique style and versatility in blending the American art form of tap dance with his Brazilian roots.  Catch the full show on the Inside/Out Stage at Jacob’s Pillow on August 22.

Thursday, August 30, 5 – 6 pm, Hancock Shaker Village, Shaker music and dance performance
Representative of their belief in equality, one man and one woman from Hancock Shaker Village will showcase traditional Shaker music and dance with a special performance. Come by and clap, stomp and sign along.