Calendar

2018

Mar 10 - 9:00am - Mar 10 - 12:30pm

GBLC, in partnership with Greenagers and Westfield River Wild, will present the Wild and Scenic Rivers Film Festival at the Triplex Cinema in Great Barrington, celebrating the Westfield River's 25th anniversary of being designated a Wild & Scenic river. This coincides the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Federal Wild and Scenic Rivers Act. Increasing awareness of the ecological and recreational values of our rivers is one of our primary goals.

Apr 14 - 12:00pm - Apr 14 - 2:00pm

Saturday April 14th
12pm -1pm: Create a banner for the earth sciences (materials provided)
1pm - 2p,:  Join the world-wide March for Science in Gt Barrington

Pre-registration suggested. For more information info@gbtrails.org

Now is the time for ACTION! Join the River Walk March for Science to demonstrate your commitment to science education and a science based  understanding our natural world.

Apr 29 - 9:00am - Apr 29 - 12:30pm

Great Barrington Land Conservancy

Volunteer / Family Activities

May 3 - 7:30am - May 31 - 6:00pm

7:30 AM and 6 PM

Jun 7 - 9:30am - Jun 28 - 9:30am

On Thursdays in June, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., River Walk Volunteer Workdays provide a weekly opportunity for community members to contribute to the care of the trail. Special projects will be planned for some Thursdays (e.g. Waddle Fence).

Jun 10 - 1:00pm - Jun 10 - 4:00pm

Join us on June 10, 1-4 p.m., for a savory day of guided tours, talks and tastings!

Jul 2 - 8:00am - Jul 30 - 8:00am

Join us for Morning Yoga at beautiful Lake Mansfield in Great Barrington every Monday, Wednesday and Friday in July, from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. 

Jul 11 - 2:00pm - Jul 11 - 4:00pm

W. E. B. Du Bois’s special connection to rivers and environmental justice provides a unique lens through which to view his more well-known accomplishments. Featured will be MaryNell Morgan’s vocal interpretation of the Sorrow Songs. Also, readings from Du Bois’s 1930 speech on the Housatonic River, Langston Hughes’s The Negro Speaks of Rivers, and Du Bois’s activism surrounding the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927.