The President's House, from smugmug user Rustic

A recent iBerkshires.com article profiled how the Falk family is settling into life across the street from West College. Best quote is from Adam Falk himself: “I was glad to see Stop & Shop.” Besides buying groceries, here’s how the family spends their free time:

Thanks to Scott Lewis, director of the Williams Outing Club, his wife, Bernice, and their daughter Mariah, we have experienced activities we never did before, such as canoeing, rock climbing, and cross country skiing. We bought our own cross country skis,” Falk said, adding with a hint of satisfaction, “And I took a downhill ski at Jiminy Peak.”

Relaxing at home, the family plays games in the formal living room. “We most like ‘Yahtzee,’ ‘Scrabble’ and special version of [the card game] beggar-my-neighbour,” Falk said. If they want to watch a television program or a movie, they gather in the cozy family room down the hall from the formal living room.

And even though Williamstown and North Adams have broadened remarkably in terms of restaurant diversity, it sounds like there’s still some room to grow to satisfy the Falks: “Adam’s and my favorite [dinner] is probably a couple of Ethiopian dishes,” says Karen Falk.

Read the rest here.

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