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Events Calendar

The Society hosts a series of programs throughout the year, with new ones being added to the schedule all the time. Fee’s vary depending on the program, and discounts are provided for members of the society.

Programs are held in person unless otherwise specified, and locations will vary between the Sudbury Historical Society History Center & Museum and Town Hall.

To purchase tickets for Sudbury Historical Society events on Eventbrite please visit our Sudbury Historical Society's eventbrite page.


Next Events

We have children’s Craft Events scheduled for the week of April Vacation, running daily 1pm - 3pm, April 19th - 22nd. Book in advance through our Eventbrite page (link above). Open to ages 4 and up, a parent must stay with children under the age of 7. Price is $12 per day, per child.

Tuesday April 19, 2022 1:00 - 3:00 PM

Children’s Craft Event: Candlemaking

Come learn techniques for making hand-dipped candles. Children get to partake in making their own candles to take home.

Wednesday April 20, 2022 1:00 - 3:00 PM

Children’s Craft Event: Bookbinding

Come learn techniques for making books by hand. Children get to partake in making their own book to take home.

Thursday April 21, 2022 1:00 - 3:00 PM

Children’s Craft Event: Corn Husk Dolls

Come learn techniques for making homemade dolls out of corn husks. Children get to partake in making their own doll to take home.

Friday April 22, 2022 1:00 - 3:00 PM

Children’s Craft Event: A Boston Tea Party

Join us for a Boston Tea Party where we learn about herbs for making teas, and where the Teddy Bear got its name. Children are invited to bring a Teddy Bear (or any stuffy) with them for tea.


Saturday May 14, 2022 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Sudbury Historical Society History Center and Museum (delayed) Grand Opening!

Come to a fun open house to celebrate the opening of the Sudbury Historical Society History Center and Museum! We will have food trucks, kids' activities, and games!


Thursday July 14, 2022

Sudbury Historical Society Golf Outing

Join the SHS for an exciting new event, our first annual Charity Golf Outing benefiting the Sudbury History Center & Museum. Hosted on July 14th, at 10am, at the Wayland Country Club. This is scramble style with teams of 4. $150 per person, or $600 per team, includes course fees for 18 holes, lunch, and a cart. There will be raffle prizes, as well prizes for closest to the pin, longest drive in the fairway, straightest drive, and more!

Sign up HERE to be a participant. Also see HERE for information on being a sponsor.


Recent Events

Saturday February 12, 2022

Musicians of the Old Post Road Concert: Sites and Sounds of Early Sudbury

Musicians Online concert.

Musicians of the Old Post Road teams up with the Sudbury Historical Society to explore some of history-rich Sudbury’s most fascinating historical sites. Historical Society members offer brief talks at each location, providing a richer understanding of each site’s history and key personages in Sudbury’s past. The ensemble performs modern-day premieres of fascinating, rediscovered works by 18th-century Massachusetts composers and arrangers at each site, bringing this history to life.

In this online presentation-performance, MOPR’s musicians are joined by members of the Sudbury Historical Society to give an informative tour of some of Sudbury’s fascinating sites of historical significance. Locations include the Loring Parsonage (now home to the Sudbury History Center and Museum), Revolutionary War Cemetery, Hearse House, Town Pound, Hosmer House, First Parish, Rice Tavern site, and Wayside Inn.

This will be an online-only concert. Tickets are available on here.


Saturday February 26, 2022 6:00 PM

Berwick Fiddle Consort

Berwick Fiddle ConsortAt the Loring Parsonage.

Join us as we welcome the Berwick Fiddle Consort to the Sudbury Historical Society History Center and Museum for a special performance!

Comprised of musicians with deep roots in historical performance practice, the Berwick Fiddle Consort (BFC), founded by violinists Lydia Becker, Julia Connor, Sarah Douglass and Anna Maberry, brings an historically informed lens to bear on traditional fiddle music.

This will be an in-person-only concert. Tickets are available on here. $10 for SHS members, $15 for non-members.