Past Events:


NBHfH presented a dinner theatre "Trouble at Tropicabana" on Friday, March 10, at Bounti-Fare Restaurant. The murder mystery was performed by the Drury High School Performing Arts and Performing Arts Management classes. The play was presented in acts between courses of the meal with the actors mingling with the audience between acts and soliciting audience participation during the dance routines. This was a fun, well attended event.

Proceeds from the event will benefit NBHfH in their building projects. Many thanks to Drury High School students and teachers for their theatre presentation as well as providing ticket and waitstaff service. And many thanks to Bounti-Fare restaurant for hosting this event.



Christmas Tree Showcase

Saturday, December 3, 2016
The First Congregational Church

The annual Christmas Tree Showcase was held this year on Saturday, December 3 at the First Congregational Church in Williamstown. Our goal was to raise funds as well as to educate the community about Habitat for Humanity and to give back to the community during the holiday season by offering a wonderful display of trees for all to enjoy.

The Showcase is part of the annual Williamstown Holiday Walk. Members of the community, schools, churches, local businesses and community organizations are invited to purchase miniature artificial trees for $7 each and to decorate them for the showcase and raffle.

We would like to thank the many, many individuals, businesses, schools, non-profit organizations and youth organizations who purchase and decorate trees for us every year. We thank our sellers of trees: Alton & Westall, Goodman's Jewelers, Mt. Williams Greenhouses, St. John's Episcopal Church, First Congregational Church in Williamstown and DeLego Jewelry Store, and First Baptist Church in North Adams. We also thank Aladco Linens for their yearly donation of tablecloths for the showcase. We greatly appreciate your support and generosity of time and money.

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Thanks to all 2016 Christmas Tree Donors, including those who donated anonymously.
Karen Lartin Kathy/Big Y Floral Dept
Briana Arnold/Big Y Amy Smith/Big Y
B Andrews/Big Y Jina Ford
Williamstown Community Chest Williamstown Rural Lands Fund
Cheshire Methodist Church In Touch Massage and Day Spa
Berkshire Bank Charles Phykitt Insurance Agency
Murial Rice Mia Harding
Izabel Harding Euphemia Skinner
Simone Ellis Terry Lamb/Alton & Westall
Alice Vacca Ruth West
Richmond Grille Effie & Fiona
Mikyra Bunnel Sarah Pike/Free Fall Laser
Lance Walk/r.k.Miles Save a Life Committee
Suki Wilkins Amy's Cottage
Effie, Connie & Fiona Marlene & Gianni
2nd Grade Brownie Troop #64575 Northern Berkshire Community Coalition
Wild Oats Market Ian & Oliver, 1st Congo Church
Goodman's Jewelers Jeff Wilson, 1st Congo Church
Girl Scout Troop #12940 North Adams Fire Department
St Elizabeth of Hungary 1st Grade St Vincent & Paul Society, St. Elizabeth's
Mount Williams Greenhouses JJ & David/Big Y
St. Elizabeth's Faith Foundation Big Y, Adams
Cina Capck/Big Y Carrie Waara
The Obersts, 1st Congo Church Williamstown Youth Center (5 trees)
Joanne Hulbert TD Bank
Math Quilt Studio @ Eclipse Mill Beth Wiggers
Sarah Plante David Raymond
Kate Barbeau, Adams Community Bank Marie Bolton/r.k. Miles
First Congregational Church Kids Bark and Cat
St. Elizabeth of Hungary 3rd Grade Berkshire Bank (7 trees)
Green Grandchildren, Mile, Lily, Arlo,Corine Harsch Associates
MCLA (4 trees) Jenna Racette
Holiday Inn Berkshires Debbie Pickering
Burnham Gold Boy Scouts
Girl Scout Troop #11648 Adams Community Bank
Isabelle & Samuel Chenail Scarafoni Associates
Jean Vankin St. Elizabeth of Hungary 4th Grade
William & Meredith Bond Connie Gordon
McCann Tech/Skills USA McCann Tech Business Prof. of America
Moulton's Spectacle Shoppe  



harvest supper


Saturday, October 15th
All Saints Episcopal Church · North Adams

Featuring a fresh, local, farm-sourced buffet menu

Entertainment by Rosin and the Beaux




Join us at:

Grazie Italian Ristorante
Wednesday, June 15
26 Marshall Street, North Adams

10% of the Proceeds to Benefit NBHfH


High Striker


NBHfH was at the North Adams Downtown Celebration and Motorama in August, with our High Striker built by Drury's CAD/CAM class. The class was presented with the challenge of creating a strength test machine fundraiser for Habitatl. All students came up with designs and Alex Boulger and Jake DiLego created the winning design. The entire class worked on the construction and students include Alex Boulger, Justin Bush, Jake DiLego, Zach Flagg, Tiffany Goodermote, Jacob Groves, Jose' Melendez, Joe Ryan, Robert Wilkins II and Corey Williams.