If you are new to the area or never been you have to check this fun event out.  ThunderFest is a celebration in honor of the Thunderbolt Ski Race and winter in the Berkshires.

It’s a great opportunity to get out, get rid of that the cabin fever and enjoy being outdoors. Some might think it crazy to hold an outdoor festival in the winter, but hardy Berkshire folk won’t let a little cold stop them from having a good time!

ThunderFest is this Saturday, March 7, 2020, Noon to 5 at the  Adams Visitors Center, Hoosac Street, Adams.  As always it's Free Admission.

There is a ton of great events!
Mouthwatering Food Vendors from Local Eateries
Cast your vote in the Chowder Cook-Off Popular local food vendors include Bounti-Fare's Burrito Revolution, Cliff's Barbecue and Lion's Club and there is also several new restaurants to the challenge this year! Starts at 1:30. Only $3. Held inside the Visitor Center, so it's a chance to warm up.
Tour the Thunderbolt Ski Museum
Fun for the kids provided by youth center Inc.
Free entry into the Thunderbolt Ski Museum.
Local retail and recreational vendors share their wares, information, and passion for their work.
Warm up around the toasty campfire.
Outdoor Recreation and Craft Vendors.
A wide variety of local craft beers and wines from Berkshire Brewing Co., Wandering Star, Balderdash Cellars and DeMarsico's Wine Cellar.
will also be there.

Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum is recreating the Snow Trains that used to bring people to Adams to enjoy winter sports during the 30s and 40s. Specially decorated trains leave hourly from Adams Station, across the street from the Fest.

If music is your thing check out, The BTUs! Bobby McVeety, Steve Ide, Rob Putnam and Conor Meehan make up this funky R&B dance band. Jack Waldheim will be our opening act, starting at noon.