Snowy scenes throughout Berkshire County on October 27, 2016.
Monument Mountain High School students and a select few from Monument Valley Middle School take over downtown Great Barrington with their paintbrushes for the annual Halloween window painting event sponsored by the Great Barrington Rotary Club. The murals adorn 54 of the downtown storefront windows this year.
The Chamberlain Group designs and manufactures anatomically correct medical training products, many of which are lifelike representations of human flesh and organs, at the company's Great Barrington headquarters.
Brookside Manor, now part of URJ Camp Eisner, was started by inventor William Stanley, after a previous house with the same name burnt down. It was completed by inventor William Ward.
The Great Barrington Fire Department holds an open house with tours and demonstration of their fire fighting and rescue techniques.
The Monument Mountain football team hosts Chicopee in a home game at Monument Mountain High School in Great Barrington.
Pittsfield and Monument play in the season-opening boys soccer game at Monument Mountain High School in Great Barrington.
The Madden Open Hearts Camp in Great Barrington is a sleep-away camp specifically designed for children and teenagers ages 8-16 who have undergone open heart surgery or a heart transplant.
With the idea of continuing the cultivation and preservation of native plant species in the Berkshires, many gather at the former Project Native farm in Great Barrington to dig up and replant as many plants as they can before the organization is no longer allowed on the property.
Competitors of all ages participate in a Western New England Professional Horseman's Association horse show at Harmony Hill Farm in Great Barrington.