Previous Programs

CATA Art Exhibit June 2010

Animated Spooky Space October 25th, 2009

Namoli Brennet April 23rd, 2010

Resonant Foundations ~ A Concert In The Rebar Forest Sept 12 and 13th, 2009

FilmTopia “Made In The Berkshires” Film Series 2009

LilTopia Summer Classes And Workshops 2009

Razia Said Singer/Songwriter From Madagascar With Her Band

Flamenco Aerialist Maite Sanjuan At Cafe Topia

Avenue Q Swings Fundraiser, Metropolitan Room, NYC

Chocolate, Wine And Beer Tasting Fundraisers

Stefanie Weber with Aimee Gelinas

Natural History

365 Days/Plays – As Part Of A Global Festival August 18, 2007

Luisah Teish African Storytelling One Woman Show May 5 & 6, 2007

‘Zine Reading April 28, 2006

Students from Adams Memorial Middle School will read from their poems and essays collected in “A to ‘Zine”—the first edition of a handmade print magazine written and designed by middle school students as part of a series of workshops on ‘zine writing offered by Inkberry and Youth Center, Inc. The workshops and reading are funded in part by a grant from the William J.and Margery S. Barrett Fund for Adams, Cheshire, and Savoy. The reading is free and open to the public.

Natural History April 8, 2006

Eclectic multi-instrumentalist trio – Jared Shapiro, Barry Hyman, and Derrik Jordan – creates “instant compositions” with cello, sitar, electric violin, kalimba, vocals, recorder, guitar, and a wide array of percussion.

Live Percussion Jam led by Scott Harrington April 7, 2006

Charlie Tokarz And John Hughes African Kora and Balafon Meet

Jazz sax and wind controller in concert November 12, 2005

Wintergreen March 25, 2006

Flying Garbanzos November 11, 2005

Four-piece contra dance band from western Massachusetts playing original, contemporary and traditional instrumental tunes, generally of Irish, French-Canadian and Appalachian origi

Apology of Socrates November 5, 2005

Gaia Roots September 30, 2005

World Music of Nana & LiquidBody

September 10, 2005

‘The Love show’ is a circus and vaudeville show with a little burlesque thrown in — though it is still a family friendly show! It is an aerial, acrobatic, & juggling comedy performance — a silly exploration of serious relationships with performers formerly with Cirque Du Soleil, Ringling Bros., The Pickle Family Circus, & two International Juggling Association champions. The show thrills with high flying aerialists flirting, hysterical interludes of love gone awry, phenomenal jugglers on a flailing date, as well as a wife who stands on her husband’s head and other demonstrations of the vagaries and delights of love in all its shapes and forms.

Marafanyi Percussion: Drum, Voice And Percussion In Poetic Motion

27 Park St. Adams, MA 01220 Tel: 413.743.9600

Earth Day Fair

Topia Arts Center and C.T. Plunkett Earth Day Performance and Fair
When: Tuesday, April 22nd, 2009
C.T. Plunkett Elementary- 14 Commercial St. Adams, MA

Events in the Auditorium:
Marmalade Productions “Watershed Waltz” (4:30)
C.T. Plunkett Elementary Chorus “Earth Day Songs” (5:15)

Exhibitors in the C.T. Plunkett Gymnasium:
Hoosic River Watershed Association (HOORWA)- a game called “Gazillion Gallons” which calculates how many gallons of runoff come from C.T. Plunkett School, and a stormwater education kit/activity for kids
Northern Berkshire Solid Waste Management District-“Worms Are Us” a traveling worm bin that teaches composting, “recycling” games, songs, and activities
Topia Arts Center/Topia Inn- Information, materials and news about this exciting “green” building project in Downtown Adams
Center For Ecological Technologies (CET)-Educational Program
Berkshire Museum-Educational Program
C.T. Plunkett Library Corner-Have a seat, get comfy, and read environmentally themed books
Earth Day Book Sale
Tree Sale
Organic Snack Sale
Earth Day Kid Art Gallery
Display of Earth Day Science Projects
C.T. Plunkett Playground Clean Up
Earth Day Chinese Raffle