Let's everyone check out the list and at least do one act of kindness tomorrow, then message us or leave a post on Facebook of what you did so we can share your kindness with everyone!

Earlier this week, Mayor Marty Walsh and the City of Boston marked One Boston Day. This is an annual tradition that celebrates the resiliency, generosity, and strength demonstrated by the people of Boston and those around the world.

Mayor Walsh has invited Bostonians “to stand together by staying apart,” to download a checklist of acts of kindness, and to use the hashtag #onebostonday to share their acts of kindness with the world.

Mayor Bernard said in a released statement:

This is a great idea, and one we easily can emulate to activate, celebrate, and engage the compassion, resilience, and strength of our Northern Berkshire community. It is in that spirit that I invite you to join me and other community leaders and residents from across the Northern Berkshires in supporting and promoting the first Northern Berkshire CaresDay on Tuesday, April 21.

Using One Boston Day as a model we’ve created a Northern Berkshire checklist and will promote #NorthBerkCares so that people can share their acts of kindness with the community and to prove that now, as always, the Northern Berkshires stand together and that no matter what challenges we face we always look out for our neighbors.

Office of the Mayor of North Adams Tom Bernard