We will be offering a dynamic range of products as well as offering “deli style”customer choices.

Website powered by Foundation, Last Updated: Something new in Covid times: Railroad Street, right downtown, is closed to traffic on Friday and Saturday evenings and local restaurants have set up tables to serve al fresco. "I think our success has been rooted in a focus on inclusivity, a wide variety of projects, and being open year-round," says executive director Beryl Jolly. We are proud to be a cannabis boutique owned by women! But our appeal for dispensary companies also stems from the broad scope of our work over the past 30 years: designing spirited and stylish interiors for hotels, spas, corporate interiors, retail, and, of course, hundreds of residential projects. "We feel like we are in a really good spot here, and Great Barrington has been really supportive. They aim to balance style, discretion and respectability with state-mandated security and safety requirements, in a setting where customers can’t pick up and handle the products! Its soon-to-open neighbor, Calyx Berkshire Dispensary, received their final town approval the same day and hope to get their licensing from the state within 90 days. Clearly, owners are eager to include an educational component in their design, to help them define and differentiate their products, to building brand loyalty and convey a sense of individuality and brand. Great Barrington. Great Barrington was a local pioneer in the farm-to-table movement, and wonderful restaurants are scattered throughout town. The recently renovated church-turned-performance-space  Saint James Place currently has no events on its calendar. Soco Creamery, on Railroad Street, serves great local ice cream. Through our passion to educate, our dedication to our community and commitment to our customers, we bring a unique dispensary experience to this exciting, new legal industry. The calyxes are located at the base of the flower and hold everything together… just like a woman! Find new fixtures for your kitchen and bath at Waterware on Chrissey Road just north of town and at S & A Showplace at 40 Maple Drive just southwest of town. The Great Barrington Farmers’ Market has been operating for 29 years. The Trust Policy was the idea of the Multicultural Bridge, one of a number of other innovative and brightly run community aide nonprofits that speak to Great Barrington's civic character. This design is leading to other dispensary projects. Another dispensary, woman-owned Calyx, will soon open on Main Street in Great Barrington, and five more are in the works. Berkshire Community College also has a presence in town.

They are focused on delivering quality products, at an affordable price, with product selection that will be tailored towards the Berkshire lifestyle. Meet up with friends for coffee or tea and a bite at Rubi’s, Fuel, and Patisserie Lenox, all on Main Street, or ExtraSpecialTeas on Elm.

"That really helps connect with the community and people who maybe couldn't afford tickets elsewhere—and many of these performances are world-class.