UBU Theater and Tyringham residents invite the public to a celebration of the countless artists concealed within this small community of 400 folks.
Friday, July 27th, at 8 pm– outdoor movie night featuring two documentary
films behind the Union Church of Tyringham (128 Main Road, Tyringham).
Enjoy a screening of “Yaz The Final Swing,” a film that chronicles Carl Yastrzemski’s final season with the Boston Red Sox. Follow and listen to Yaz speak frankly about his work, family and the price paid for such single-minded passion and excellence in this 1983 documentary by Bill Cosel and Adrienne Miesmer.
9 pm: Stay for a screening of “Re-Evolution: the Cuban Dream,” by Cray Novick.
Saturday, July 28th, from 12 pm to 4:30 pm–the full arts festival will take place (rain or shine) on the grounds and neighboring hill of the Union Church of Tyringham. View exhibits by local artists and artisans including fine art, ceramics, photography, textiles, quilts and upholstery, needlepoint, stencils, beading and a community loom. Children’s activities include tiny fairy-house construction, a UBU Youth Theater performance of “A Fly in My Soup,” and a delightful improvisational performance by Backyard Chickens, comprised of original stories written/dictated by child festival-goers.
Tickets: $5 per person, under 12 free\ 12 noon to 4:30 pm
7 pm, all are invited to attend a square-dance
Tickets: $5 per person, under 12 free\ 12 noon to 4:30 pm:
Sunday, July 29, from 7 am to 11 am–join the town for a pancake breakfast prepared by the Tyringham Volunteer Fire Department and enjoy some live, old-style, radio show entertainment (100 Main Road, Tyringham).
Location: 100 Main Road, Tyringham, MA
Tickets: $8 Adults, $6 Seniors and kids under 12