Presented by JoAnne Spies
Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, 2:30 p.m.
Fee: $5.

Written and performed by JoAnne Spies, this soulful and humorous interactive performance weaves spoken word, song, and visual art in a (literally) moving meditation on forgiveness, Saints Patrick and Joseph, and the spring equinox.

JoAnne Spies with guitar. Photo by Julie McCarthy

JoAnne Spies is a singer-songwriter in the Berkshires who has been co-creating songs with Alzheimer’s groups and elders for the past twelve years with the CATA Art Cart program. She is the creator of RiverMASS, an ongoing multicultural performance, “Sounding Mohican Pathways,” and “Me & Melville.” Her “Watershed Waltz” songs travel in the schools with Marmalade Productions, and she has three CDs of original music.