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Events Calendar

The Society hosts a series of programs from fall through spring. Programs are free to Society members. A $5.00 donation from non-members would be appreciated.

Most programs are held on Sunday at 2:00 PM in Town Hall (Sudbury Center) unless otherwise indicated.

You can view many of our earlier programs on Sudbury TV — see our video library for a listing.

Printable Version of our 2016-2017 calendar (pdf file).

Next Events

March 21, 2021 (Sunday) 4:00 PM

Sudbury History Bingo

Sudbury History Bingo

On March 21st, join the Sudbury Historical Society for an afternoon of virtual Bingo while learning some Sudbury history and trivia!

We'll play four rounds of Bingo where you'll learn about Sudbury's history. There will be prizes for winners!

Make sure to sign up soon as registration for the event closes at noon on March 21st. Please specify how many attendees will be tuning in so everyone can get a card. We look forward to seeing you online!.

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April 6, 2021 (Tuesday) 7:00 PM
April 7, 2021 (Wednesday) 5:00 PM
April 14, 2021 (Wednesday) 5:00 PM

Celebrate Sudbury's Role in The Battles of April 19, 1775

April 19, 1775 was a pivotal day in the founding of our nation as it marked the first armed engagements between the British Regulars and the Colonial “Minutemen” on Lexington Green, the Old North Bridge in Concord, and other locations between there and Boston. This was indeed the beginning of the Revolutionary War, and the first step in the birth of our new nation.

The Concord Museum has recently completed a $1.2 million permanent exhibition that brings to life this conflict in engaging, emotional ways through powerful animation, artifacts, recordings, and story-telling.

Importantly, those stories are not just about Concord but are equally about the surrounding towns from which the Provincials converged to the battle sites.

April 7 featured towns: Acton, Bedford, Billerica, Lexington, Lincoln, Maynard, Sudbury, Wayland. April 14 featured towns: Arlington, Belmont, Cambridge, Medford, Waltham, Watertown.

Whether you live or work in one of the towns listed above, or just want to learn more about the early events of the American Revolution, please join the Concord Museum for special virtual and in-person events celebrating the people and communities that answered the alarm in 1775.

The Concord Museum will be offering a free virtual tour and program on Tuesday, April 6 at 7 p.m. as well as two separate in-person nights on April 7 and April 14, 5:00-8:00 p.m. For the in-person nights, they have divided them into “east” and “west” groupings, but anyone is free to attend either session—both of which will involve timed ticketing and full COVID protocols.

For more information and to register for the virtual April 6th event, click here.

For more information on the live events on April 7th and 14th, click here.

April 14, 2021 (Wednesday) 1:00 - 3:00 PM

An Afternoon with Ken Gloss

Kenneth Gloss, proprietor of the internationally known Brattle Book Shop in Boston’s Downtown Crossing section and Antiques Road Show expert, will give a presentation via Zoom. Ken will discuss the value of old and rare books, followed by a Q&A from participants.

Register here for this event.

2021 Event Calendar

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all Spring events are still being scheduled.