The Berkshire Stonewall Community Coalition supports the well-being of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered people of the Berkshires.
Benefit for Berkshire Stonewall
Monica Bauer and the Whitney Center for the Arts have generously offered to host a fundraiser for Berkshire Stonewall on July 27, at 3:30, directly after her matinee performance The Year I Was Gifted. This will be a screening of ‘Parting Glances’ by Bill Sherwood. The film has been lauded as a landmark of gay cinema, the first realistic portrayal on film of gay men with Aids. Those who have seen it will never forget it, and those who haven’t seen it will be surprised by the sophistication, humor, and warmth of this great first film by a young film maker. Sadly, Bill Sherwood died of Aids in 1990, and this was his only feature film. Bauer’s performances of her solo show, “The Year I Was gifted”, are dedicated to his memory.
Screening of ‘Parting Glances’
July 27, 3:30 p.m.
The Whitney Center for the Arts
Admission: $10, proceeds to go to the Berkshire Stonewall Community Coalition
Berkshire Stonewall Picnic
Join us on August 27th at the Pittsfield State Forest for BSCC’s annual potluck picnic. It’s very simple; we provide the hotdogs, hamburgers and veggie burgers, and you provide a side dish or desert of some sort.
Please note that the Parks Department may charge $2 per vehicle for parking.
Game Night for Grownups
Join us on the last Saturday of the month in the UU Church Social Hall, 175 Wendell Avenue, Pittsfield, at 7pm. We have a variety of games to choose from or bring a favorite of yours! Tea and lemonade will be served.
The Social Hall is handicapped accessible. If you have any questions please call the church office at 413-443-7903 or email:
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