The History and Evolution of the Sudbury Senior CenterMarch 4, 2018 (Sunday), 2:00 - 4:00 PM
At the Sudbury Town Hall, 322 Concord Road, Sudbury.
Just a few years ago, the Sudbury Senior Center was located in the parsonage of a local church. Its space and offerings were minimal. From those humble beginnings, the Center has evolved into the dynamic institution of today — one that offers opportunities for lifelong learning, resources for health maintenance and education, travel, entertainment, and more, much more. The story of this evolution is a fascinating one. It involves dedicated volunteers with a vision and also local politics.
The program will be led by former Sudbury Senior enter Director Ruth Griesel and current Director Debra Galloway with additional information provided by past and present Council on Aging members.
Free for SHS members. A donation of $5 is appreciated from nonmembers. Refreshments will follow.
Save the Date!
Farm and Barn TourMay 5, 2018 (Saturday), 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Save the Date for this year's House Tour! It is shaping up to be a terrific tour with Twillingate Gardens & Flower Shop, Twillingate Farm Alpacas, North Gate Farm, The Water's Edge Farm, and more participating.
The SHS is delighted to be working with the Sudbury Agricultural Commission for this event.
The Loring Parsonage circa 1890Etching by J. S. Conant, from Alfred S. Hudson, History of Sudbury, 1889
The Sudbury Historical Society is in the midst of its most ambitious project to date, creating the Sudbury History Center & Museum at the circa 1730 Loring Parsonage in the Town Center.
Stabilization of the existing building is now complete (you may have noticed the some of the building's post and beam frame exposed while it was being stabilized). Next we'll be reconstructing the interior of the building and expanding the ell on the east side of the building. After that we can move in!
SHS summer intern Gillian Vesely has produced a video tour of Wadsworth Cemetery on Concord Road with narration by Elin Niederman. The cemetery is home to the Wadsworth Monument, monuments to the Sudbury residents who served in World War II and the Korean and Vietnam Wars, and the burial sites of over a thousand Sudburians.
Thank you to our
Israel Loring BenefactorsMassachusetts Society of the Cincinnati Boston Design Guide Cavicchio Greenhouses Inc. The Coulter/Weeks Charitable Foundation Merrill Lynch, The Keeney Group The Sudbury Foundation
Josiah Haynes PatronsN.B. Taylor & Co. Salem Five
John Goodnow SponsorsA Blade of Grass Benoit Mizner Simon & Co. Berkshire Hathaway/Stephan Real Estate
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