Upcoming Events you shouldn't miss!

SANTA CLAUSE IS COMING!!
12/13/2008 - 12/14/2008
Bring the kids to see Santa Clause on Saturday, December 13th and Sunday, December 14th from 12:00pm to 5pm.
Parents, be sure to bring your camera to snap that special memory-making picture of your child on Santa's lap, telling him what is on their X'mas list this year. (E.J. Candies will not be taking pictures this year)

E.J. Candies
1 River Road (Exit 2 off of Route 84)
Sturbridge, MA

LESSONS & CAROLS - Rimscha Concert Series
12/13/2008 - 12/13/2008
December's concert, in the series of Rimscha Concerts, is Lessons & Carols starting at 7:30pm on Saturday, December 13th. Presented by St. Anne/St. Patrick Parish.
The concert series presents quality, entertaining, classically geared professional level concerts. Concerts are free and open to the general public. The concert series takes place once a month, October through April. Visit the website for the monthly concert schedule.
Admission:
Adults: Free Seniors: Free Children: Free

St. Anne's Parish - St. Joaquim's Chapel
16 Church Street
Fiskdale (Sturbridge), MA
www.stannestpat.org/

MARIMBA & PIANO - Rimscha Concert Series
1/18/2009 - 1/18/2009
January's concert, in the series of Rimscha Concerts, is a performance featuring Fujito Nynoya - Marimba & Piano, starting at 7:30pm on Saturday, January 18th. Presented by St. Anne/St. Patrick Parish.
The series presents quality, entertaining, classically geared professional level concerts. Concerts are free and open to the general public. The concert series takes place once a month, October through April. Visit the website for the monthly concert schedule.
Admission:
Adults: Free Seniors: Free Children: Free

St. Anne's Parish - St. Joaquim's Chapel
16 Church Street
Fiskdale, MA
www.stannestpat.org/

Martin Luther King Jr. Day at Old Sturbridge Village
1/19/2009 - 1/19/2009
Celebrate the lives of early Americans who advocated for equality and social justice, as actors portray abolitionist/suffragist Abigail Kelly Foster, theologian Willbur Fisk, and, new this year, Angelina and Sarah Grimke, the South Carolina slaveholder's daughters whose 1838 tour of Massachusetts cities and towns gave first-hand accounts of the evils of slavery and helped inspire the northern abolitionist movement.
The day's special programs are included in the cost of regular admission.
Admission:
Adults: $20 Seniors: $18 Children: $7 (3-17); under 3 FREE

Old Sturbridge Village
1 Old Sturbridge Village Road
Sturbridge, MA
Mark Ashton
mashton@osv.org
www.osv.org

M*A*S*H - A Comedy
1/23/2009 - 2/8/2009
Each Friday & Saturday evenings at 8:00pm and each Sunday at 2:00pm, the Stageloft Repertory Theater presents the comedy production of M*A*S*H. The much loved story of the men and women of our armed forces dedicated to helping our wounded soldiers while using comedy and wit to survive the horror of what they see comes to life with gusto and laughs.
For more information and reservations, call Ed Cornerly at (508) 347-9005.
Admission:
Adults: $16.00 Seniors: $14.00 age 65+ Children: $8.00 students & younger

Stageloft Repertory Theater
450 Main Street
Sturbridge, MA
Ed Cornely
www.stageloft.com

Murder Mystery Dinner Theater
1/30/2009 - 1/30/2009
"Who's Killing the Greatest Chefs" We are fortunate to have the traveling Food Network television show, "Metal Chef Throwdown" filmed at the Salem Cross Inn. Some of the most famous, flambouyant and dangerous chefs will be demonstrating their culinary talents. Unfortunately, their cooking can be deadly!! If someone's head gets stuck in the oven or they get skewered, you may be called upon to solve the crime so the guilty party gets his or her just dessert!! Join us for an evening of wondrous recipes, flamboyant characters and lots of laughs.
Menu Tossed garden salad with creamy Italian dressing, rustic boneles breast of chicken with supreme sauce, seasonal potato and vegetable, homemade rolls, ice cream cakeballs with homemade hot fudge, coffe or tea.
Admission:
Adults: $51.00 including tax and gratuity
Salem Cross Inn
260 West Main St., Route 9
West Brookfield, MA
Heather
info@salemcrossinn.com

Fire & Ice Day at Old Sturbridge Village
1/31/2009 - 1/31/2009
Learn how enterprising 19th-century New Englanders cut ice from frozen ponds and shipped it all over the world -- for great profits! Try your own hand at cutting and stacking ice from the Mill Pond using 1830s tools and techniques. Learn also about Village-period winter clothing and Native American snow-shoeing.
After the outdoor activities, sip hot cider and warm your hands and feet by a cozy fireplace in the Bullard Tavern. Enjoy fireside tales and tunes, and learn how early New Englanders adapted to winter weather AND enjoyed the leisure time it afforded them.
Admission:
Adults: $20 Seniors: $18 Children: $7 (3-17); under 3 FREE

Old Sturbridge Village
1 Old Sturbridge Village Road
Sturbridge, MA
Mark Ashton
mashton@osv.org
www.osv.org

WOMAN IN MIND - A Comedy
2/27/2009 - 3/15/2009
Each Friday & Saturday evenings at 8:00pm and each Sunday at 2:00pm, the Stageloft Repertory Theater presents the production of WOMEN IN MIND. Alan Ayckcourn has written another winner. But in which world is she living?
For more information and reservations, call Ed Cornerly at (508) 347-9005.
Admission:
Adults: $16.00 Seniors: $14.00 age 65+ Children: $8.00 students 14 & younger

Stageloft Repertory Theater
450 Main Street
Sturbridge, MA
Ed Cornely
www.stageloft.com

Fireplace Feast
3/1/2009 - 3/29/2009
Relax by the fire or lend a hand as your prime rib is roasted in the fireplace using and c.1700 antique roasting jack and chowder is made in an antique iron cauldron. Take a horse drawn sleigh or wagon ride. Warm up with mulled cider or wine. Help make the apple pie that you will eat for dessert with an antique apple peeler. Eat until you can’t eat any more! Lots of fun for everyone! A great way to get together with family and friends. Check our website for specific dates for seating availability on either a Friday evening, Saturday evening or Sunday afternoon.

Admission:
Adults: $52.00 Children: under 12, $25.00

Salem Cross Inn
260 West Main St., Route 9
West Brookfield, MA
Heather
info@salemcrossinn.com
www.salemcrossinn.com

Dinner in a Country Village
3/7/2009 - 3/28/2009
Saturday evenings, from 5:00pm to 9:30pm, prepare and enjoy a hearth-cooked meal the way 1830s New Englanders did. The Parsonage at Old Sturbridge Village is the setting for this Saturday night program (March 7, 14, 21 & 28), where costumed interpreters oversee the preparations, but guests do the chopping, stirring, and mixing. **Reservations required** Each evening is limited to 14 adults ages 18 and older. $85 per person (non-members); $75 for OSV Members
Participants roast meat using a tin reflector oven, fire a brick bake oven, and mull spiced cider over the hearth before sitting down to enjoy the results, all by candlelight.
Admission:
Adults: $85 ($75 for OSV members) Seniors: $85 ($75 for OSV members) Children: Not allowed

Old Sturbridge Village
1 Old Sturbridge Village Road
Sturbridge, MA
Alexis Conte
aconte@osv.org
www.osv.org

Maple Days at Old Sturbridge Village
3/7/2009 - 3/22/2009
Costumed interpreters demonstrate early New England tools and techniques for turning raw sap into maple sugar (not syrup) at the Village's 1830s "sugar camp." Witness the process and learn about the importance of maple sugar in Native American culture too. Visit the Freeman Farm to see how maple products are used in hearth cooking.
Three weekends: March 7-8, 14-15, 21-22
Admission:
Adults: $20 Seniors: $18 Children: $7 (3-17); under 3 FREE

Old Sturbridge Village
1 Old Sturbridge Village Road
Sturbridge, MA
Mark Ashton
mashton@osv.org
www.osv.org

FRAULEIN - a foreign film from Switzerland
3/12/2009 - 3/12/2009
Directed by Andrea Staka. 8a mins. Swiss-German, German, Bosnian, Coratian and Serbian with English subtitles.
Library Box Office presents independent and foreign film series at the Jacob Edwards Library in Southbridge. All films are available for circulation following the screening date. Unless otherwise noted, all films are screened on the 2nd Thursday of each month and begin promptly at 6:00pm in the Pioppi Room. The films screened in this series are foreign produced and are not subject to MPAA ratings. These films are NOT recommended for ages under 17 without parental supervision. To learn more about each film, please visit the library's website. Each film is found on the Calendar page.

Jacob Edwards Library - Pioppi Room
236 Main Street
Southbridge, MA
www.jacobedwardslibrary.org

Murder Mystery Dinner Theater
3/13/2009 - 3/13/2009
"Who's Killing the Greatest Chefs" We are fortunate to have the traveling Food Network television show, "Metal Chef Throwdown" filmed at the Salem Cross Inn. Some of the most famous, flambouyant and dangerous chefs will be demonstrating their culinary talents. Unfortunately, their cooking can be deadly!! If someone's head gets stuck in the oven or they get skewered, you may be called upon to solve the crime so the guilty party gets his or her just dessert!! Join us for an evening of wondrous recipes, flamboyant characters and lots of laughs.
Menu - Tossed garden salad with creamy Italian dressing, rustic boneles breast of chicken with supreme sauce, seasonal potato and vegetable, homemade rolls, ice cream cakeballs with homemade hot fudge, coffe or tea.
Admission:
Adults: $51.00 including tax and gratuity
Salem Cross Inn
260 West Main St., Route 9
West Brookfield, MA
Heather
info@salemcrossinn.com
www.salemcrossinn.com

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS - A Musical
3/20/2009 - 4/5/2009
Each Friday & Saturday evenings at 8:00pm and each Sunday at 2:00pm, the Stageloft Repertory Theater presents the musical production of LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS. This timeless love story gives new meaning and perspective to flower shops and the plants they sell. Will Seymour win his love's heart? Will the hungry plant take over their lives?
For more information and reservations, call Ed Cornerly at (508) 347-9005.
Admission:
Adults: $16.00 Seniors: $14.00 age 65+ Children: $8.00 students & younger

Stageloft Repertory Theater
450 Main Street
Sturbridge, MA
Ed Cornely
www.stageloft.com

Girl Scout Day at Old Sturbridge Village
3/28/2009 - 3/28/2009
Here's the perfect day (and place!) to work on badges while enjoying fresh air and fun -- and raising your History IQ in the process!
This year's theme is Women's History, with an emphasis on women of strength and courage who helped build America by way of doing what needed doing.
Admission:
Adults: $20 Seniors: $18 Children: $7 (3-17); under 3 FREE

Old Sturbridge Village
1 Old Sturbridge Village Road
Sturbridge, MA
Mark Ashton
mashton@osv.org
www.osv.org

Dinner in a Country Village
3/7/2009 - 3/28/2009
Saturday evenings, from 5:00pm to 9:30pm, prepare and enjoy a hearth-cooked meal the way 1830s New Englanders did. The Parsonage at Old Sturbridge Village is the setting for this Saturday night program (March 7, 14, 21 & 28), where costumed interpreters oversee the preparations, but guests do the chopping, stirring, and mixing. **Reservations required** Each evening is limited to 14 adults ages 18 and older. $85 per person (non-members); $75 for OSV Members
Participants roast meat using a tin reflector oven, fire a brick bake oven, and mull spiced cider over the hearth before sitting down to enjoy the results, all by candlelight.
Admission:
Adults: $85 ($75 for OSV members) Seniors: $85 ($75 for OSV members) Children: Not allowed

Old Sturbridge Village
1 Old Sturbridge Village Road
Sturbridge, MA
Alexis Conte
aconte@osv.org
www.osv.org

Maple Days at Old Sturbridge Village
3/7/2009 - 3/22/2009
Costumed interpreters demonstrate early New England tools and techniques for turning raw sap into maple sugar (not syrup) at the Village's 1830s "sugar camp." Witness the process and learn about the importance of maple sugar in Native American culture too. Visit the Freeman Farm to see how maple products are used in hearth cooking.
Three weekends: March 7-8, 14-15, 21-22
Admission:
Adults: $20 Seniors: $18 Children: $7 (3-17); under 3 FREE

Old Sturbridge Village
1 Old Sturbridge Village Road
Sturbridge, MA
Mark Ashton
mashton@osv.org
www.osv.org

FRAULEIN - a foreign film from Switzerland
3/12/2009 - 3/12/2009
Directed by Andrea Staka. 8a mins. Swiss-German, German, Bosnian, Coratian and Serbian with English subtitles.
Library Box Office presents independent and foreign film series at the Jacob Edwards Library in Southbridge. All films are available for circulation following the screening date. Unless otherwise noted, all films are screened on the 2nd Thursday of each month and begin promptly at 6:00pm in the Pioppi Room. The films screened in this series are foreign produced and are not subject to MPAA ratings. These films are NOT recommended for ages under 17 without parental supervision. To learn more about each film, please visit the library's website. Each film is found on the Calendar page.

Jacob Edwards Library - Pioppi Room
236 Main Street
Southbridge, MA
www.jacobedwardslibrary.org

Murder Mystery Dinner Theater
3/13/2009 - 3/13/2009
"Who's Killing the Greatest Chefs" We are fortunate to have the traveling Food Network television show, "Metal Chef Throwdown" filmed at the Salem Cross Inn. Some of the most famous, flambouyant and dangerous chefs will be demonstrating their culinary talents. Unfortunately, their cooking can be deadly!! If someone's head gets stuck in the oven or they get skewered, you may be called upon to solve the crime so the guilty party gets his or her just dessert!! Join us for an evening of wondrous recipes, flamboyant characters and lots of laughs.
Menu - Tossed garden salad with creamy Italian dressing, rustic boneles breast of chicken with supreme sauce, seasonal potato and vegetable, homemade rolls, ice cream cakeballs with homemade hot fudge, coffe or tea.
Admission:
Adults: $51.00 including tax and gratuity
Salem Cross Inn
260 West Main St., Route 9
West Brookfield, MA
Heather
info@salemcrossinn.com
www.salemcrossinn.com

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS - A Musical
3/20/2009 - 4/5/2009
Each Friday & Saturday evenings at 8:00pm and each Sunday at 2:00pm, the Stageloft Repertory Theater presents the musical production of LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS. This timeless love story gives new meaning and perspective to flower shops and the plants they sell. Will Seymour win his love's heart? Will the hungry plant take over their lives?
For more information and reservations, call Ed Cornerly at (508) 347-9005.
Admission:
Adults: $16.00 Seniors: $14.00 age 65+ Children: $8.00 students & younger

Stageloft Repertory Theater
450 Main Street
Sturbridge, MA
Ed Cornely
www.stageloft.com

Girl Scout Day at Old Sturbridge Village
3/28/2009 - 3/28/2009
Here's the perfect day (and place!) to work on badges while enjoying fresh air and fun -- and raising your History IQ in the process!
This year's theme is Women's History, with an emphasis on women of strength and courage who helped build America by way of doing what needed doing.
Admission:
Adults: $20 Seniors: $18 Children: $7 (3-17); under 3 FREE

Old Sturbridge Village
1 Old Sturbridge Village Road
Sturbridge, MA
Mark Ashton
mashton@osv.org
www.osv.org

Fireplace Feast
4/4/2009 - 4/26/2009
Relax by the fire or lend a hand as your prime rib is roasted in the fireplace using and c.1700 antique roasting jack and chowder is made in an antique iron cauldron. Take a horse drawn sleigh or wagon ride. Warm up with mulled cider or wine. Help make the apple pie that you will eat for dessert with an antique apple peeler. Eat until you can’t eat any more! Lots of fun for everyone! A great way to get together with family and friends. Check our website for specific dates for seating availability on either a Friday evening, Saturday evening or Sunday afternoon.

Admission:
Adults: $52.00 Children: under 12, $25.00

Salem Cross Inn
260 West Main St., Route 9
West Brookfield, MA
Heather
info@salemcrossinn.com
www.salemcrossinn.com

NOISE - a foreign film from Australia
4/9/2009 - 4/9/2009
Directed by Matthew Saville. 109 mins. English.
Library Box Office presents independent and foreign film series at the Jacob Edwards Library in Southbridge. All films are available for circulation following the screening date. Unless otherwise noted, all films are screened on the 2nd Thursday of each month and begin promptly at 6:00pm in the Pioppi Room. The films screened in this series are foreign produced and are not subject to MPAA ratings. These films are NOT recommended for ages under 17 without parental supervision. To learn more about each film, please visit the library's website. Each film is found on the Calendar page.

Jacob Edwards Library - Pioppi Room
236 Main Street
Southbridge, MA
www.jacobedwardslibrary.org

Murder Mystery Dinner Theater
4/17/2009 - 4/17/2009
"Who's Killing the Greatest Chefs" We are fortunate to have the traveling Food Network television show, "Metal Chef Throwdown" filmed at the Salem Cross Inn. Some of the most famous, flambouyant and dangerous chefs will be demonstrating their culinary talents. Unfortunately, their cooking can be deadly!! If someone's head gets stuck in the oven or they get skewered, you may be called upon to solve the crime so the guilty party gets his or her just dessert!! Join us for an evening of wondrous recipes, flamboyant characters and lots of laughs.
Menu - Tossed garden salad with creamy Italian dressing, rustic boneles breast of chicken with supreme sauce, seasonal potato and vegetable, homemade rolls, ice cream cakeballs with homemade hot fudge, coffe or tea.
Admission:
Adults: $51.00 including tax and gratuity
Salem Cross Inn
260 West Main St., Route 9
West Brookfield, MA
Heather
info@salemcrossinn.com
www.salemcrossinn.com

Waste Not, Want Not: Recycling 19th-Century Style
4/22/2009 - 4/22/2009
Did you think that modern Americans invented Earth-friendly practices? Visit Old Sturbridge Village on Earth Day (April 22) and learn how early New Englanders used, reused, and recycled their "stuff."
How was urine used in processing wool? What goes into home-made soap? Where did early New Englanders dump their chicken bones and broken pottery? How many landfills can one town have?
Admission:
Adults: $20 Seniors: $18 Children: $7 (3-17); under 3 FREE

Old Sturbridge Village
1 Old Sturbridge Village Road
Sturbridge, MA
Mark Ashton
mashton@osv.org
www.osv.org

Peter & Helen Morin, Featuring Suzanne Nance - Rimscha Concert Series
4/25/2009 - 4/25/2009
April's concert, in the series of Rimscha Concerts, is Peter & Helen Morin, FEATURING SUZANNE NANCE starting at 7:30pm on Saturday, April 25th. Presented by St. Anne/St. Patrick Parish.
The series presents quality, entertaining, classically geared professional level concerts. Concerts are free and open to the general public. This is the last concert of this Rimscha Concert Series. Visit the website for the future concerts.
Admission:
Adults: Free Seniors: Free Children: Free

St. Anne's Parish - St. Joaquim's Chapel
16 Church Street
Fiskdale , MA
www.stannestpat.org/

THE TAMING OF THE SHREW - A Comedy
5/1/2009 - 5/17/2009
Each Friday & Saturday evenings at 8:00pm and each Sunday at 2:00pm, the Stageloft Repertory Theater presents the comedy production of THE TAMING OF THE SHREW. The timeless love story of a boisterous young man intent on getting married despite the interference of a meddling father and a strongly opinionated woman is sure to please, especially when their worlds collide.
For more information and reservations, call Ed Cornerly at (508) 347-9005.
Admission:
Adults: $16.00 Seniors: $14.00 age 65+ Children: $8.00 students 14 & younger

Stageloft Repertory Theater
450 Main Street
Sturbridge, MA
Ed Cornely
www.stageloft.com

THE VIOLIN - a foreign film from Mexico
5/14/2009 - 5/14/2009
Directed by Francisco Vargas. 98 mins. Spanish with English subtitles.
Library Box Office presents independent and foreign film series at the Jacob Edwards Library in Southbridge. All films are available for circulation following the screening date. Unless otherwise noted, all films are screened on the 2nd Thursday of each month and begin promptly at 6:00pm in the Pioppi Room. The films screened in this series are foreign produced and are not subject to MPAA ratings. These films are NOT recommended for ages under 17 without parental supervision. To learn more about each film, please visit the library's website. Each film is found on the Calendar page.

Jacob Edwards Library - Pioppi Room
236 Main Street
Southbridge, MA
www.jacobedwardslibrary.org

Murder Mystery Dinner Theater
5/15/2009 - 5/15/2009
"Who's Killing the Greatest Chefs" We are fortunate to have the traveling Food Network television show, "Metal Chef Throwdown" filmed at the Salem Cross Inn. Some of the most famous, flambouyant and dangerous chefs will be demonstrating their culinary talents. Unfortunately, their cooking can be deadly!! If someone's head gets stuck in the oven or they get skewered, you may be called upon to solve the crime so the guilty party gets his or her just dessert!! Join us for an evening of wondrous recipes, flamboyant characters and lots of laughs.
Menu Tossed garden salad with creamy Italian dressing, rustic boneles breast of chicken with supreme sauce, seasonal potato and vegetable, homemade rolls, ice cream cakeballs with homemade hot fudge, coffe or tea
Admission:
Adults: $51.00 including tax and gratuity
Salem Cross Inn
260 West Main St., Route 9
West Brookfield, MA
Heather
info@salemcrossinn.com
www.salemcrossinn.com

Muster Day at Old Sturbridge Village
5/16/2009 - 5/16/2009
Enjoy the sights and sounds of a re-created early 19th-century Muster Day, as Village militia members march, fire their muskets, and practice battle techniques on the Common. Join them as they drill, make a paper militia hat, and try on a knapsack and cartridge box.
For an extra fee, "Mess with the Militia" during their mid-day meal in the Parsonage Barn. Don't forget to visit the gingerbread booth -- and the striped-pig tent!
Admission:
Adults: $20 Seniors: $18 Children: $7 (3-17); under 3 FREE

Old Sturbridge Village
1 Old Sturbridge Village Road
Sturbridge, MA
Mark Ashton
mashton@osv.org
ww.osv.org

Wools Days at Old Sturbridge Village
5/23/2009 - 5/25/2009
Coinciding this year with Memorial Day Weekend (May 23-25), this is the official kick-off to summer, with Village-period games (1830s baseball, tug-o'-war, hoop trundling, battledore and shuttlecock, etc.) and the seasonal launching of both the Village stagecoach and Quinebaug River boat ride.
See how wool is processed from sheep to shirt, including washing, shearing, scouring, carding, spinning, dyeing, and knitting or weaving.
Admission:
Adults: $20 Seniors: $18 Children: $7 (3-17); under 3 FREE

Old Sturbridge Village
1 Old Sturbridge Village Road
Sturbridge, MA
Mark Ashton
mashton@osv.org
www.osv.org

XXY - a foreign film from Argentina
6/11/2009 - 6/11/2009
Directed by Lucia Puenzo. 91 mins. Spanish with English subtitles.
Library Box Office presents independent and foreign film series at the Jacob Edwards Library in Southbridge. All films are available for circulation following the screening date. Unless otherwise noted, all films are screened on the 2nd Thursday of each month and begin promptly at 6:00pm in the Pioppi Room. The films screened in this series are foreign produced and are not subject to MPAA ratings. These films are NOT recommended for ages under 17 without parental supervision. To learn more about each film, please visit the library's website. Each film is found on the Calendar page.

Jacob Edwards Library - Pioppi Room
236 Main Street
Southbridge, MA
www.jacobedwardslibrary.org

Evening at the Kiln
6/13/2009 - 6/13/2009
Help keep the kiln fires burning, as the sparks fly and the smoke billows into the evening air outside the Hervey Brooks Pottery at Old Sturbridge Village. 6-9 p.m.
Enjoy light refreshments (served in redware containers), a cash bar, and watching a Village potter at his wheel. Try your own hand at "throwing" a piece of pottery 1830s style. Curators display pieces from the museum's collection and explain why they've been selected for re-creation at the Village.
Admission:
Adults: $35 $30 for OSV members) Seniors: $35 ($30 OSV members)
Old Sturbridge Village
1 Old Sturbridge Village Road
Sturbridge, MA
Mark Ashton
mashton@osv.org
www.osv.org

MY FAIR LADY - A Musical
6/19/2009 - 7/12/2009
Each Friday & Saturday evenings at 8:00pm and each Sunday at 2:00pm, the Stageloft Repertory Theater presents the musical production of MY FAIR LADY. The blockbuster musical continues to please audiences everywhere. Eliza may be uneducated, but she's till strong-willed. Can Professor Higgins teach her to speak correctly without succumbing to her innocent charms?
For more information and reservations, call Ed Cornerly at (508) 347-9005.
Admission:
Adults: $16.00 Seniors: $14.00 age 65+ Children: $8.00 students 14 & younger

Stageloft Repertory Theater
450 Main Street
Sturbridge, MA
Ed Cornely
www.stageloft.com

Music & Art Day at Old Sturbridge Village
6/20/2009 - 6/20/2009
What did 1830s New Englanders do for entertainment? Without the Boston Pops, what kind of cultural atmosphere did they maintain and enjoy? Our very own talented artists, musicians, and dancers provide some of the entertaining answers!


Old Sturbridge Village
1 Old Sturbridge Village Road
Sturbridge, MA
Mark Ashton
mashton@osv.org
www.osv.org

 

 

 


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