The Berkshire Vaccine Collaborative has created a centralized website for all information about its vaccination clinics in Berkshire County. We are holding clinics at three locations—Great Barrington, Pittsfield, and North Adams—and will continue to open appointments at new clinics as vaccine supply becomes available from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Please visit www.GetVaccinatedBerkshires.org for the most up-to-date vaccination information and to access the appointment registration system (also available en Espanol). You can also call the Berkshire Vaccination Hotline at 413-449-5575 for an audio recording summarizing the latest information. Seniors who do not have internet access can contact their local council on aging for assistance with appointment registration. Currently, Massachusetts is taking vaccination appointments for Phase 2. MA residents 75 years old and older (and anyone who was eligible in Phase 1) can register for a clinic appointment.
The Berkshire Vaccine Collaborative currently has appointment availability for MA residents 75 years old and older! Please visit www.GetVaccinatedBerkshires.org for more details and to sign up. If you do not have internet access and need assistance with online registration, you can call your local Council on Aging or contact the Governor’s Vaccine hotline by dialing 2-1-1 and selecting Option 2. Tip: To find clinics in Pittsfield, type "Berkshire” in the “Name of Location” field.
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On February 4, the Berkshire Vaccine Collaborative opened new vaccination clinic with 1,000 appointments at Berkshire Community College in Pittsfield. The clinic will take place on Saturday, February 6. At this time, appointments are still available. Please visit www.GetVaccinatedBerkshires.org for more details and to sign up. You can also call your local Council on Aging if you do not have internet access and need assistance with online registration. (Pro-Tip: To find the Saturday, 2/6 clinic, type "Berkshire" to search by “Name of Location” on maimmunizations.org.)
Northern Berkshire Community Coalition Monthly Forum: Youth Mental Health Impacts & COVID-19: Crisis as Opportunity. Friday, February 12. 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM. Via Zoom: BIT.LY/FEBMHFORUM. See flyer for details.
nbCC's Student Support Program at UNO Community Center will continue to provide guidance and support through the winter to students and their families navigating remote learning: Wednesday's from 12:00 - 3:00pm and Thursdays from 3:00 - 5:00 pm. See flyer for details.
Upcoming programming offered by Roots Teen Center. See flyer for details.
Roots Teen Center is offering a candle making workshop. See flyer attached for more information!
November Early Relase Days...This is a reminder that according to the district calendar: - Tuesday, November 17th, is an early release day for Drury students -Thursday, November 19th, is an early release day for elementary students K-6, there will be no morning or afternoon Pre-K - Wednesday, November 25th, is an early release day for all K-12 students, there will be no morning or afternoon Pre-K.
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