In the Community

we made the list. again!

This is fantastic news, but even better for our investors and the community.

The Financial Times recently announced the select group of registered investment advisers for 2018. This is not a competitive ranking, but rather a roster of elite professionals that met attributes and criteria developed by Financial Times.  Click here for the press release. Click here for more information about the FT300.

all the world is-indeed-a stage

With all due respect to the Bard of Avon, Shakespeare & Company recently held their 18th Annual Business Partners’ Party. Our own Carlo Centeno, VP-Marketing Director, attended on behalf of October Mountain Financial Advisors. Immediately following the reception, the New England premiere of  Morning After Grace performed to a sold-out audience.  A few photos can be found here.


The Literacy Network of South Berkshire [aka LitNet]recently held a benefit concert at the Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center.  We were more than pleased to be one of the corporate sponsors to help support the non-profit and its programs.

Concert pianist Mr. Emanuel Ax performed Sonatas from Mozart and Beethoven as well as Sonettis from Liszt. A few additional photos can be found here.


The Berkshire Nonprofit awards

The Nonprofit Center of the Berkshires [NPC] recently held its first nonprofit awards at the Pittsfield Country Club. We–along with our cohorts at Lee Bank–were one of a handful of companies supporting the event.

Rep. William “Smitty” Pignatelli proved to be standout emcee for the breakfast gathering.  The sold-out crowd of 200 acknowledged the 12 finalists for their commitment in time and resources to the greater Berkshire community.  Additional photos can be found here.


food for thought

For the second year in a row, October Mountain Financial Advisors is proud to be the corporate sponsor for the the summer dinner series, “Food for Thought” at Hancock Shaker Village. The first event is Saturday–May 5 at 6:00pm featuring Mr. Francis Greenburger, noted author, historian and champion of social justice.

UPDATE: Food for Thought with Mr. Francis Greenburger. For photos click here.

Artwork like a tornado

The Community Access to the Arts [CATA] recently showcased new art created by CATA artists at Hudson Hall in Hudson, NY.

The exhibit, Rare Tornado, is showcased in the West Room of Hudson Hall, 327 Warren Street in downtown Hudson. The exhibit runs April 26 thru May 13. Highly expressive, all one-of-a-kind, the canvases were done by artists with disabilities using an innovative technique called A.R.T. [Artistic Realization Technologies].  All art is available for sale and proceeds go to the artists.

Additional photos can be viewed here.