Event Rental Services in Winchester Center

$34.99 for Three Bottles of Specialty Oils or Vinegars at Kitchen Gadgets and Beyond ($59.85 Value)

Kitchen Gadgets and Beyond


The knowledgeable staffs at two locations help customers select from 60 different flavors of specialty oils and vinegars

$59.85 $34.99

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$275 for $500 Worth of Event Equipment Rental — Film Force, LLC

Film Force, Llc

Film Force, Llc

From the merchant: Film Force offers an exceptional night of entertainment with our personal movie screens from the comfort of your home.

$500 $275

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$25 for $50 Groupon — A Way To Go Designs and Party Rentals

Away To Go Linens & Chair Covers Rentals & Designs


Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$50 $25

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$12 for Family Admission to Kidologie Gets Ready for Summer Children's Fair Connectologie LLC ($20 Value)

Kidologie Children's Fair

Reed Intermediate School

Network and meet with family-friendly businesses as kids play and enjoy games and live entertainment

$20 $12

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Party Supplies at Joy's Balloons (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Joy's Balloons


Local female-owned-and-operated business helps create festive, unique gatherings with custom balloon arrangements and party supplies

$20 $10

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$25 for $45 Groupon — The Drunken Palette

The Drunken Palette

Shops at Waters Edge Resort

From the merchant: BYOB painting classes for all ages and skill levels; two studio locations and mobile studio available

$45 $25

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Dressing up the traditional sandwich, The Marketplace Kitchen is a go-to lunch spot in Great Barrington's Sheffield district. If you want a dainty meal, go elsewhere. If you want a craveworthy dish, get to The Marketplace Kitchen. Take your pick of beer, wine, or other beverages offered on The Marketplace Kitchen's menu. Get online gratis thanks to The Marketplace Kitchen's complimentary wifi. The Marketplace Kitchen is a local restaurant that accommodates both large and small groups. Sit outside when the weather is fine — The Marketplace Kitchen has a lovely patio to enjoy a warm day. Great place to bring the whole family with great food and a business casual dress code. You can also have The Marketplace Kitchen cater your next event. For those in a rush, the restaurant lets you take your food to go. Drivers can take advantage of the parking lot near The Marketplace Kitchen and save time on hunting for a parking spot. There's no need to spend a fortune on a delicious meal at The Marketplace Kitchen — most prices are under $15. You can pay with Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express or any major credit card. Early risers and night owls alike can enjoy The Marketplace Kitchen since it serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
18 Elm Court
Great Barrington,
For more than 25 years, the entertainment specialists at Party Animalz have electrified the scene with high quality equipment and party services for all occasions. Attendants and specialists tote photo booths, jukeboxes, and DJ booths to parties and shindigs, allowing crowds to rejoice in the celebration of a birthday, anniversary, bar/bat mitzvah, or wedding. Their party packages can also include karaoke equipment, sound and lighting equipment, and emcee services.
186 Winthrop Street
As the aroma of fresh baked cookies, pies, and cakes wafts through the air at Hannah’s Catering & Bakery, one might wonder where the eponymous baker is. However, the person responsible for the appetizing scent is not Hannah, but rather Margaret Jacobs—Hannah’s great-granddaughter. Surrounded by her great-grandmother's Irish cooking, Margaret learned the ins and outs of the kitchen at a young age—including how to avoid getting locked in the fridge—and developed a deep passion for cooking, a passion she later transformed into a career. In 1989, the Culinary Institute of America grad opened up her own shop in Torrington, naming it in honor of her biggest motivator, Hannah. There, she churned out decadent baked goods for two decades before moving her bakery, café, and catering shop to Litchfield. Today, Margaret fills boxed lunches or sticks and bindles with hearty chicken-salad, roast-beef, and vegetarian sandwiches, each stacked atop marble-rye, white, or wheat bread. She creates soul-warming soups and chowders, fresh-from-the-oven pot pies, and hearty platters of mac 'n' cheese. For dessert, a glass bakery case showcases freshly baked and elegantly decorated cakes—such as red velvet, mocha raspberry, and classic carrot—and tempts passersby with cream puffs, fruit-filled strudels, and nearly 20 types of pies, from blueberry to mincemeat.
239 West Street
Certified Justice of the Peace Karen Mowad performs wedding ceremonies at a variety of venues across the region. Her ceremonies include a personalized touch for each couple, and she offers up themes such as love letters or love texts. No stranger to giving back to the community, Karen has also volunteered her services to people suffering from cancer for weddings and vow renewals.
34 SPARK Avenue
Nestled in the charming and historic suburb of Farmington, the Hill-Stead Museum hosts a mixed-medium menagerie amidst a sprawling, 152-acre Colonial Revival estate. Hill-Stead's dynamic collection includes French Impressionist works by Monet and Degas, as well as notable works by Manet, Cassatt, and Whistler, as well as a bounty of prints, photographs, ceramics, furniture, and archival documents. Along with unlimited complimentary admission to the museum, members enjoy reduced admission to museum programs, a 10% discount on Museum Shop purchases, and a one-on-one painting lesson with the cheery spirit of museum founder Alfred Atmore Pope. Join other new members on Wednesday, June 8, for the Sunken Garden Poetry Festival, where poet Tony Hoagland will pluck audience heartstrings with poignantly funny stanzas about life and heartache.
35 Mountain Rd
Carnivals provide some of the most striking memories of childhood, from the bright colors of whirring rides to the thrill each activity brings. Kids can now get that carnival taste most any time with Bounce About?s rentable inflatables and interactive games. The company?s staff delivers and sets up in customers? backyards and creates safe, cushy, and sanitized play spaces where kids bounce and slide with all the work taken care of. Inflatables range from walled-in bounce houses with slide exits to inflatable obstacle courses and a bungee run. Many inflatables also come in a popular kids' theme, be it an intricate tiki obstacle course, a Justice League bounce house, or a castle just waiting for a kid who can commit to a four-year term as ruler.