Berkshire Stonewall will be hosting a Cocktail Party at the Berkshire Museum on December 9th (the second Wednesday in December) from 7 - 9 p.m. This after hours party will consist of appetizers, a beer and wine cash bar, and will take place during the Festival of Trees.
The party will take place in the elegantly decorated Ellen Crane Memorial Room; an art deco gallery located on the second floor of the museum with a working fountain and gas lit fireplace. The second floor galleries will remain open during the event and guests will be able to enjoy this festive exhibit.
What began fifteen years ago with just a week long exhibition featuring 25 trees has become a nationally recognized holiday event and awarded one of the "Top 100 Events in North America."
The indoor forest of holiday brilliance features hundreds of stunning and uniquely decorated trees. Tree designs range from the nostalgic and traditional to whimsical and even interactive. This year's Festival of Trees will include a special look at the Berkshire winters of decades past with photo murals and vintage movie footage.
You are encouraged to attend this fun event, but because of the need to plan for adequate food and drink, admission to this event is by reservation only.
There's still time to join the party
Call the BSCC infoline to reserve your place:
Admission is $10 per person which can be paid at the door. In addition to the appetizers, there will be a COD beer and wine bar.