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The town of Sturbridge Massachusetts was founded in 1738 and is located in south central Massachusetts in Worcester County.

Sturbridge is well known for being the home of Old Sturbridge Village which was created to interpret the look of life in the early 1800s. Another charming part of town is the Town Common which is currently included in the National Historic District.

Homes as well as public buildings were built in the late 17th to early 18th century and have been outstandingly maintained to the point that they are very near to their original condition.

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Crafting For A Cure- October

Welcome to my June Class

A portion of the proceeds go to the Southbridge Relay for Life!

What you will get is a 3 HOUR guided instruction class with me.  We will be making SIX beautiful coordinating cards, using new products from our Spring Catalog. 

This class will also include a PDF for each project to take home with you so you can re-create it!

When: The 2nd Saturday of the Month

Time: 9:30 - 12:30 p.m.

Where: Southbridge Savings Bank- STURBRIDGE, MA (not Southbridge)

**PLEASE NOTE***  All classes have moved to the FRONT OF THE BUILDING!  The new room is in the front of the bank.  If you are facing the bank, the room is to your right.

I provide coffee and lite snacks.  You are welcome to bring your breakfast- we don't mind.  There are a few eating spots nearby (Wendys, Cracker Barrel, Dunkin Donuts, Subway)  We also have a kitchen with coffee, a microwave and refrigerator. 

Space is limited, so only class attendees please. 

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The classroom remains open for all crafters after class until 9 p.m.  If you would like to stay after class to work on your own projects, we'd love to have you.  Either let me know with an email at angela@angelasinklink.com OR you can join our "Meetup" group and RSVP here.  There is NO CHARGE for staying to craft, but I do ask that you leave some change in our "Relay For Life" jar.  Ask me how you can get involved with joining Relay and raising money to fight cancer!  

SPACE IS LIMITED!!!!!! First come, first served.



When: Oct 10, 2015 9 AM to Oct 10, 2015 12 PMin Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost: Visit EventBrite.com for pricing. (Sat, 10 Oct 2015 09 )
Crafting For A Cure- November

Welcome to my June Class

A portion of the proceeds go to the Southbridge Relay for Life!

What you will get is a 3 HOUR guided instruction class with me.  We will be making SIX beautiful coordinating cards, using new products from our Spring Catalog. 

This class will also include a PDF for each project to take home with you so you can re-create it!

When: The 2nd Saturday of the Month

Time: 9:30 - 12:30 p.m.

Where: Southbridge Savings Bank- STURBRIDGE, MA (not Southbridge)

**PLEASE NOTE***  All classes have moved to the FRONT OF THE BUILDING!  The new room is in the front of the bank.  If you are facing the bank, the room is to your right.

I provide coffee and lite snacks.  You are welcome to bring your breakfast- we don't mind.  There are a few eating spots nearby (Wendys, Cracker Barrel, Dunkin Donuts, Subway)  We also have a kitchen with coffee, a microwave and refrigerator. 

Space is limited, so only class attendees please. 

**********************************************

The classroom remains open for all crafters after class until 9 p.m.  If you would like to stay after class to work on your own projects, we'd love to have you.  Either let me know with an email at angela@angelasinklink.com OR you can join our "Meetup" group and RSVP here.  There is NO CHARGE for staying to craft, but I do ask that you leave some change in our "Relay For Life" jar.  Ask me how you can get involved with joining Relay and raising money to fight cancer!  

SPACE IS LIMITED!!!!!! First come, first served.



When: Nov 14, 2015 9 AM to Nov 14, 2015 12 PMin Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost: Visit EventBrite.com for pricing. (Sat, 14 Nov 2015 09 )
Crafts at Close Range: Penny Rugs
Penny Rugs: Wool on Wool Appliqué

In the early 1800s thrifty homemakers would recycle worn textiles into folk art designs to create decorative bed coverings, table mats and mantle pieces to adorn their home. Most designs were made of layers of circles traced from coins, hence the penny rug. Other pieces used images of fruits, flowers, houses, and animals that were drawn to create a colorful canvas to brighten their home. With this wool on wool process, we will use a blanket stitch and other decorative stitches to embellish our unique piece. We will add other historic techniques such as shirred vines and chenille shirred borders. Just bring along a pair of scissors and a complete kit will be supplied of wools and threads and needles.

Instructor Rose Ann Hunter has been a textile structuralist for thirty years. She was chosen in 2005 as craftsperson-in-residence at Old Sturbridge Village in traditional rugmaking 1790 to 1850 and lectures at various museums, conferences and guilds throughout New England and the US. She has adapted and developed over 30 techniques of rug making by recycling fabrics that are sewn, knitted or crocheted into folk art.

Program takes place in the Museum Education Center.

When: Nov 8, 2015 9 AM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost: $105 OSV Members; $130 Non-members; Materials Fee: $20 (Sun, 08 Nov 2015 09 )
Winter Market: Handmade for the Holidays
Kick off your holiday shopping with the winter market at Old Sturbridge Village!

Enjoy dozens of juried craft vendors offering the finest handmade items for the special people on your gift giving list.

Marvel at diverse creations including pottery, paper goods, arts and crafts, glass work, textiles, gourmet foods, artisan jewelry and handmade home accessories.

When: Nov 27, 2015 12 AM to Nov 29, 2015 12 AMin Sturbridge, Massachusetts (Fri, 27 Nov 2015 00 )
Crafts at Close Range: Celebrate! Cooking for the Holidays
19th century New Englanders celebrated a different array of holidays. Prepare Foods that were enjoyed at Independence Day picnics, Weddings, and of course Thanksgiving, and more!

Instructor Linda Oakley has interpreted at Old Sturbridge Village for more than 30 years. She specializes in household crafts and foodways. Join her for an in-depth look at the history, the skills and tools necessary, and the materials used then and now.

Program takes place at the Museum Education Center.

When: Nov 7, 2015 9 AM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost: $105 OSV Members; $130 Non-members; Materials Fee: $15, all materials supplied Program takes place at the Museum Education Center (Sat, 07 Nov 2015 09 )
Crafts at a Close Range: Piecing & Quilting
Practice different piecing techniques- paper or template,9-patch and applique. Layer , baste and begin quilting a mini whole-cloth quilt ( suitable for a table mat or dolls quilt). Historical background included.

Instructor Linda Oakley has interpreted at Old Sturbridge Village for over 30 years and specializes in household crafts and foodways. Join her for an in-depth look at the history, the skills and tools necessary, and the materials used then and now.

All materials and tools will be provided to participate in class. Be prepared to break around noon for lunch.

When: Nov 8, 2015 9 AM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost: $105 OSV members; $130 Non-members; Materials Fee: $5 (Sun, 08 Nov 2015 09 )
Crafts at a Close Range: Basic Blacksmithing
Learn about the shaping of iron and steel with fire and hammer! Students learn the basic techniques and operations of 19th-century blacksmithing by fashioning hooks and nails. Instructor Tim Dauphinais has smithed for more than 30 years. He has taught beginner and advance blacksmithing classes for almost as long. Advisory: Wear closed-toe shoes and clothes that you don't mind getting dirty.

When: Nov 7, 2015 9 AM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost: $105 OSV Members; $130 Non-Members; $15 Materials Fee (Sat, 07 Nov 2015 09 )
Crafts at Close Range: Intro to Pottery - Redware Place Setting
Through working on the wheel, hand building and using molds the participant will create their own place setting of a redware plate, bowl and mug. Finished pottery will be fired in the OSV kiln to be retrieved at a later date.

Instructor Mark Capone is the Program and Exhibit Lead of Pottery Production at the Village, and has decades of experience making pots. He began learning this craft at the Village and is known for his immense knowledge and skill of the craft.

Program takes place in the Pottery Production studio.


When: Nov 7, 2015 9 AM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost: $105 OSV Members; $130 Non-members; Materials Fee: $15 (Sat, 07 Nov 2015 09 )
The Original Wedding Expo-Sturbridge
The Original Wedding Expo-Sturbridge is happening on 20 Sep 2015 at Sturbridge Host Hotel Sturbridge, United States Of America. Its a premier event in Wedding & Bridal industry.

Book a stall at 10times.com!

When: Sep 20, 2015 12 AM to Sep 20, 2015 12 AMin Sturbridge, Massachusetts (Sun, 20 Sep 2015 00 )
CFA Cat Show Sponsored by NEMO Cat Club in Sturbridge
8 Judging rings of Pedigree Cat & Household Pets, Fun Activities for the kids, "Meet the Breeds" Presentation, Cat-and-Owner Costume Contest (exhibitors only), "Pet Me" Cats, Kitty boutique and specialty items for sale

When: Oct 11, 2015 9 AM to Oct 11, 2015 4 PMin Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost: Adults: $7, Seniors & Kids 6-12: $5, 5 and under FREE (Sun, 11 Oct 2015 09 )
CFA Cat Show Sponsored by NEMO Cat Club in Sturbridge
8 Judging rings of Pedigree Cat & Household Pets, Fun Activities for the kids, "Meet the Breeds" Presentation, Cat-and-Owner Costume Contest (exhibitors only), "Pet Me" Cats, Kitty boutique and specialty items for sale

When: Oct 10, 2015 10 AM to Oct 10, 2015 5 PMin Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost: Adults: $7, Seniors & Kids 6-12: $5, 5 and under FREE (Sat, 10 Oct 2015 10 )
Tequila Bonfire
Tequila Bonfire plays at Hyland!

When: Sep 20, 2015 2 PM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts (Sun, 20 Sep 2015 14 )
Country Folk Art Show Sturbridge
Country Folk Art Show Sturbridge is happening on 27 Nov 2015 at Sturbridge Host Hotel Sturbridge, United States Of America. Its a premier event in Gifts & Handicrafts industry.

Book a stall at 10times.com!

When: Nov 27, 2015 12 AM to Nov 29, 2015 12 AMin Sturbridge, Massachusetts (Fri, 27 Nov 2015 00 )
Massachusetts Outdoor Exposition
Massachusetts Outdoor Exposition is happening on 20 Sep 2015 at Hamilton Rod & Gun Club Sturbridge, United States Of America. Its a premier event in Sporting Goods, Toys & Games industry.

Book a stall at 10times.com!

When: Sep 20, 2015 12 AM to Sep 20, 2015 12 AMin Sturbridge, Massachusetts (Sun, 20 Sep 2015 00 )
Orchard Closed for Wedding
Closed for Private Wedding

When: Sep 5, 2015 10 AM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts (Sat, 05 Sep 2015 10 )
Crafting For A Cure- December

Welcome to my June Class

A portion of the proceeds go to the Southbridge Relay for Life!

What you will get is a 3 HOUR guided instruction class with me.  We will be making SIX beautiful coordinating cards, using new products from our Spring Catalog. 

This class will also include a PDF for each project to take home with you so you can re-create it!

When: The 2nd Saturday of the Month

Time: 9:30 - 12:30 p.m.

Where: Southbridge Savings Bank- STURBRIDGE, MA (not Southbridge)

**PLEASE NOTE***  All classes have moved to the FRONT OF THE BUILDING!  The new room is in the front of the bank.  If you are facing the bank, the room is to your right.

I provide coffee and lite snacks.  You are welcome to bring your breakfast- we don't mind.  There are a few eating spots nearby (Wendys, Cracker Barrel, Dunkin Donuts, Subway)  We also have a kitchen with coffee, a microwave and refrigerator. 

Space is limited, so only class attendees please. 

**********************************************

The classroom remains open for all crafters after class until 9 p.m.  If you would like to stay after class to work on your own projects, we'd love to have you.  Either let me know with an email at angela@angelasinklink.com OR you can join our "Meetup" group and RSVP here.  There is NO CHARGE for staying to craft, but I do ask that you leave some change in our "Relay For Life" jar.  Ask me how you can get involved with joining Relay and raising money to fight cancer!  

SPACE IS LIMITED!!!!!! First come, first served.



When: Dec 12, 2015 9 AM to Dec 12, 2015 12 PMin Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost: Visit EventBrite.com for pricing. (Sat, 12 Dec 2015 09 )
C-MASS GeoFest
SUNDAY, AUGUST 23 See You in 2016 Sendoff, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Hyland Orchard & Rapscallion Brewery, 195 Arnold Road, Sturbridge Map it! Back to the brewery and orchard grounds for one last get-together to compare caches, trade Pathtags, exchange greetings and hugs and start raving about C-MASS GEOFEST 2016. Join us as we say goodbye after a wonderful week at Geofest 2015. Have some food, conversation, and some laughs before heading out. Note: Food at this event is cash-only. The brewery accepts credit/debit cards. CASH only at Outdoor Pavilion

When: Sep 25, 2015 7 PM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts (Fri, 25 Sep 2015 19 )
BridgeFest 5k

Did you know people with mental health challenges live on average 20 to 25 years less than others? 

BridgeFest is a 5K Road Race/Walk and Family Festival, being held from 10am to 2pm. Activities will include: Arts & Crafts/Vendor Fair, Live Music, free KIDSFest activities, Grand Prize Raffle & Food Vendors. Proceeds from BridgeFest benefit the Health and Wellness Initiative of The Bridge to help those we serve live longer, healthier lives.

See more at: http://bridgefest2015.kintera.org/faf/home/default.asp?ievent=1134982#sthash.DmtuxweX.dpuf



When: Sep 19, 2015 10 AM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost: $30 (Sat, 19 Sep 2015 10 )
An Evening of Illumination

Step into the past and experience the quiet charms of evening as early New Englanders did. Enjoy a special guided tour of select buildings around the Village common, with shops and homes lit by the soft glow of candles, oil lamps and firelight. See a slide show.

Light refreshments, mulled cider, and a cash bar await at the Bullard Tavern to make the night complete.

Tours are limited to 15 guests each and leave the Visitor Center every 10 minutes from 6:00 p.m. through 7:30 p.m. Planning Ahead

Add an overnight stay at the Old Sturbridge Inn and Reeder Family Lodges. Packages available for additional savings.

Find more useful information for planning your visit.



When: Nov 7, 2015 6 PM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost:

Cost: $35 per person; $30 for OSV Members

Registration will open in early Autumn. 

(Sat, 07 Nov 2015 18 )
Chef's Best: The Nemeroff Experience
Chef's Best is a dinner series by WorcesterScene.com that presents the Chef carte blanche allowing them to create his or her best dishes without hesitation. The creativity and passion that the Chef feels will translate into the ultimate dining experience where the Chef will talk to the group about each course and about their own personal journey into the food industry. For the inaugural event, Chef William Nemeroff will take us on a journey (both physically and through gustation) starting with a country horse drawn carriage through the historical street of Old Sturbridge Village to a perfectly prepared dinner under a covered bridge with champagne greeting. The evening begins at 6:00pm with Pimento Cheese, Potted cheese, Whole Grain and Ale Cheese; local vegetables, common crackers. The dinner commences at 7:00pm. The Chef's Best includes: Spinach and Baby Kale Salad (Cob Bacon Lardon, red onion, pickled egg, cornbread crouton, roasted green tomato vinaigrette) Fried Murray Ranch Chicken Breast (House made sage sausage gravy, mashed Yukon gold potato, braised collards) Banana Pudding In the news Try Old Sturbridge Village chef Bill Nemeroff's fried chicken at inaugural Chef's Best dinner

When: Sep 1, 2015 6 PM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts (Tue, 01 Sep 2015 18 )
Melvern Taylor
Live Music! Always Free!

When: Sep 6, 2015 2 PM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts (Sun, 06 Sep 2015 14 )
Thanksgiving Buffet at the Oliver Wight Tavern

Enjoy a delightful Thanksgiving Day meal at New England's iconic Thanksgiving destination! Relax and enjoy a delicious meal with your friends and family, and let us do the cooking (and cleaning)!

Appetizers
Pounded Cheese with Corn Relish
Potted Cheese, Crudités & Crackers
Freshly Baked Breads & Rolls

Soups 
New England Clam Chowder 
Apple-Butternut Squash Bisque 

Salads
Field Greens with Blue Cheese, Candied Nuts and Maple Vinaigrette
Classic Caesar Salad
Tri-Colored Fusilli Pasta Salad
New Potato Salad
Tomato and Artichoke Salad

The Carvery
Roast Turkey with Giblet Gravy
Mustard-Crusted Ham with Roast Pineapple Slices
New England Pot Roast
Cranberry Sauce

Entrées
Herb Crusted Salmon
Seafood Pot Pie with Lobster, Scallops & Shrimp
Vegetable Lasagna

Vegetables & Starches
Fork-Mashed Potatoes
Candied Yams
Broiled Acorn Squash with Brown Sugar and Vermont Maple Syrup
Cranberry Stuffing
Butternut Squash
Maple-Glazed Carrots
Green Beans with Almonds
Garlic & Herb Roast Fingerling Potatoes 

Children's Table
Baked Macaroni and Cheese
French Fried Potatoes
Chicken Strips with Assorted Dipping Sauces

Dessert Buffet Table
Assorted Cakes, Pies, and Mini Pastries

Full cash bar available.
Coffee, Decaffeinated Coffee, Hot Tea & Soft Drinks included.
For reservations: 508-347-0285



When: Nov 26, 2015 11 AM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost:

$49.95 per person;
$47.95 Old Sturbridge Village Members
$26.95 for children ages 4-12;
$24.95 Village Members 4-12
No charge for children 3 & under

Prices include tax & gratuity.
Prices do not include museum admission; discounted admission available.
Please contact us for reservations: 508-347-0285

(Thu, 26 Nov 2015 11 )
Traditional Thanksgiving Feast at Bullard Tavern

There are few places as special at Thanksgiving as Old Sturbridge Village. Treat yourself and your family to a unique holiday experience with dinner inside the Village. Take your seat in the Great Room at Bullard Tavern, located in the heart of the Village on the Center Common and be served a classic, traditional Thanksgiving dinner. Pair your meal with a visit to the Village for special Thanksgiving programming. A Thanksgiving buffet dinner at the Oliver Wight Tavern is also available.

Lodging discounts are available at the Old Sturbridge Inn and Reeder Family Lodges, adjacent to the Village, for those having Thanksgiving dinner at the Village. The Menu

Pounded & Potted Cheese and Crackers
Freshly Baked Breads and Rolls
Whipped Butter
Mulled Cider First Course

Gourd Soup Main Course

Roast Native Turkey with Giblet Gravy
Cranberry Stuffing
Fork-Mashed Potatoes
Candied Yams
Green Beans
Cranberry Sauce Dessert

Choice of: Deep Dish Apple Pie,
Baked Indian Pudding or Pumpkin Pie

Coffee, Decaffeinated Coffee , Hot Tea & Soft Drinks included

Full cash bar available
For reservations: 508-347-0285



When: Nov 26, 2015 11 AM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost:

$64.95 per person;
$62.95 OSV Members
$30.95 for children ages 4-12;
$28.95 OSV Member ages 4-12
No charge for children 3 & under

Tax & Gratuity Included

Museum Admission Required and offered at a discounted rate.

Seatings at 11:00 a.m., 1:45 p.m., 4:15 p.m.
Please contact us at 508-347-0285 for reservations  


(Thu, 26 Nov 2015 11 )
KICK IT UP FOR THE KIDS- 5K walk and run
Kick It Up for the Kids is a 5k walk and run hosted by Children's Friend, non-profit adoption agency. All proceeds will benefit the programs of Children's Friend. • Registration fee: $25 for adults, $20 for students • Free t-shirt for anyone who raises $50 or more • Medals for the top runners & top fundraising teams • Fruit, water and goodie bags for all participants • Free face painting and balloon animals To register, sponsor, volunteer, or for further information, contact Karen Crumback at Kcrumback@childrensfriend.org or (508)753-5425 All proceeds benefit the programs of Children’s Friend. Founded in 1849, we are the oldest child and family service agency in central Massachusetts. Our programs include: *Adoption and Family Services * Children and Family Counseling *Grief Counseling *Early Learning Center

When: Sep 26, 2015 10 AM to Sep 26, 2015 1 PMin Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost: Money is required to register only! (Sat, 26 Sep 2015 10 )
Collectors' Forum - A Taste for the Past: Collecting in America

Collectors of all types – young and old, experienced and amateur – have shaped the identities of American museums and historic sites since the 19th century. Bayou Bend, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Biltmore, The Henry Ford Museum, and Old Sturbridge Village all began as private collections of objects, assembled by passionate individuals. Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Kindred Spirits: A.B. Wells, C. Malcolm Watkins and the Origins of Old Sturbridge Village, the 2015 Collectors’ Forum will examine collecting in America, from its roots in the early 19th century through the present day. Join us for lectures and workshops examining the origins of collecting, as well as influences, trends, prominent personalities, and  some of the challenges collectors face in today’s market.

 

Scholarships

A limited number of scholarships are available to graduate students and young professionals interested in attending Collectors’ Forum. To apply send a letter of interest (1 page maximum) stating your professional or academic status and the reasons why attendance at the Collectors’ Forum would benefit your work. Letters may be emailed to collectorsforum@osv.org.

 Lectures and Speakers

Gatherers of Grandma’s Attic Treasures: The Antiquarian and the Connoisseur

Jane Nylander, President Emerita, Historic New England

Jane Nylander's long career as a museum curator, director, and trustee has been paralleled by academic teaching and lectures on a wide variety of topics. She has published more than one hundred articles as well as several books on historic textiles and New England daily life, including Our Own Snug Fireside: Images of the New England Home, 1760-1860 and Windows on the Past. She served as Curator of Ceramics and Textiles at Old Sturbridge Village for sixteen years, where her research on  early nineteenth century interiors resulted in new furnishing plans for many of the Village houses, a major international conference on historic upholstery and drapery, and numerous popular lectures. The winner of many awards, her most recent project has been the exhibition “Behind Closed Doors: Asleep in New England” at the Concord Museum.

 

The Decorator-Collector Henry Davis Sleeper and Beauport

Philip Hayden, Architectural Historian

Philip A. Hayden is Senior Historian and Senior Architectural Historian at RGA, Inc., a consulting firm specializing in preservation, archaeology, and regulatory compliance. He holds a BA from Connecticut College with a double major in Historic Preservation and American History and an MA from the University of Delaware Winterthur Program. Prior to his foray into cultural resources management, Philip worked for twenty years in the museum field at Historic New England; the Historical Society of Princeton; the New Jersey Historical Society; the New Jersey State House; and the Historic Annapolis Foundation. From the tender age of eight, he has been fascinated by the life and work of decorator Henry Davis Sleeper and has published and spoken extensively on the subject.

 

“A Little Bit of Everything”: A.B. Wells, Malcom Watkins and the Origins of Old Sturbridge Village

Tom Kelleher, Historian & Curator of Mechanical Arts, Old Sturbridge Village

Tom Kelleher has worked at Old Sturbridge Village for more than 30 years in a variety of positions, from a costumed interpreter to his current role as historian and curator of mechanical arts.  Tom received his Master’s degree in History from the University of Connecticut, and is skilled in a variety of historical trades including blacksmithing, coopering, gravestone carving, and timber-framing. A regular contributor to the Old Sturbridge Village members’ magazine, The Visitor, Tom has also published articles in scholarly and professional publications including Early American Life. In addition to lecturing at museums and historic sites across the country, Tom is president of the international Association for Living History, Farm and Agricultural Museums (ALHFAM), and a long-time member of the Society for the Preservation of Old Mills, the Early American Industries Association, and the New England Museum Association.

 

Developing a Collection in Today’s Marketplace

Craig Jewett and Hollis Brodrick

Americana is in Craig Jewett’s blood. A direct descendant of Maximillian and Joseph Jewett, two brothers who landed in Rowley, Mass in 1635, he is also President of Jewett Construction—a second generation family-owned and –operated design-build construction company specializing in commercial and industrial projects throughout the northeast. Craig is a longtime supporter and collector of the region’s history and related arts, most notably 18th and 19th century decorative accessories, and is passionate about preserving the art and architecture of the past for future generations. Craig is a Proprietor of the Portsmouth Athenæum and a member of New Hampshire Businesses for Social Responsibility, the Daniel Webster Council Boy Scouts of America Board of Directors, and the U.S. Green Building Council. He lives in Portsmouth, NH with his wife, Alison and their collection of 18th and 19th century decorative arts.

Hollis Brodrick's interests in Early American History and collecting began as a young child. By the age of sixteen, he had amassed a library on antiques and history of over 135 volumes; a list of which he proudly presented to Old Sturbridge Village, where he landed his first job as an interpreter. Today his library boasts over 4,000 volumes, which he eagerly shares with collectors both new and seasoned. The greatest joys for Hollis are to help collectors develop a focus on areas of interest and to establish a collecting criteria. A New Hampshire native, Hollis currently resides in Portsmouth where he continues to lovingly restore his 18th century home at Strawbery Banke. A house finally big enough to display his entire library!
 

Workshop: Fakes and Forgeries in American Furniture

Charles F. Hummel, Curator Emeritus, Winterthur

Charles F. Hummel is a visionary leader whose impact on the museum world is far reaching. He began his impressive career as an assistant curator at Winterthur in 1958 and held numerous curatorial roles throughout his time at the museum, rising to senior deputy director in 1989. In addition to his roles as curator and administrator, Hummel was appointed by President Bill Clinton to serve on the National Museum Services Board of the Institute of Museum and Library Services in 1994. He is the author of three books and numerous articles and book reviews and has lectured for more than 57 years throughout the United States and Europe. While he officially retired in 1991, Hummel continues his leading research on the Dominy craftsmen with enthusiasm and precision. 

 



When: Oct 24, 2015 9 AM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost:

FULLER CONFERENCE CENTER

OSV Members: $85 – includes all lectures, workshops, and lunch
Non-members: $135 - includes all lectures, workshops, lunch and a one-year Individual Membership to Old Sturbridge Village
 Register securely here.

 

(Sat, 24 Oct 2015 09 )
Crafts at a Close Range: Coopering
Making a wooden bucket with no nails or glue is quite a trick! Using traditional tools and techniques each participant will make a pine bucket to take home during this two-day workshop.

Instructor Phil Eckert has worked at Old Sturbridge Village in a number of capacities for almost 35 years. He is currently the Program and Exhibit Manager of Tin Production, the Bank, the Law Office, and the Firearms Program. Prior to coming to the Village, Phil has worked as a cabinet maker and as a restorer of gilt picture frames.

Previous woodworking experience is strongly recommended.

Class takes place in the Museum Education Center.



When: Sep 26, 2015 9 AM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost: $205 OSV Members; $255 Non-members; $60 Materials Fee (Sat, 26 Sep 2015 09 )
Crafts at Close Range: Decorative Floorcloths
A floorcloth is a painted canvas alternative to a more expensive carpet. These durable, colorful floor coverings were popular in 19th century America and fit well into both traditional and modern rooms. Participants also learn how to take a design and adapt it for use on their future projects. Participants will finish a 24 x 36 floorcloth.

Instructor Nancy Sherren is a decorative arts painter who operates her business from her home, the 1793 Morris Brown House in Providence, Rhode Island, a National Register House. She has studied early American Decoration at Rhode Island School of Design and the Fuller Craft Museum. A retired school teacher, Nancy has been engaged in research and application of early American design and preservation for nearly 20 years.

Program takes place at the Museum Education Center.

When: Nov 8, 2015 9 AM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost: $105 OSV Members; $130 Non-member; Materials Fee: $50 (Sun, 08 Nov 2015 09 )
Families Cook

 

This unforgettable experience invites families with children ages 8 and up to prepare and eat a complete 19th-century dinner by the hearth.

Historically costumed staff will help interpret the receipts (recipes) and share tips, but you'll be learning the hearth cooking techniques and working alongside other families to prepare a delicious meal. Bring the grandparents and cousins, too!

The evening is limited to a total of 14 adults and children (ages 8 and up, please).

Interested in a private Families Cook event? Please contact us for details. Typical Menu

Potted Cheese on Common Crackers
Hot Mulled Cider
Roast Stuffed Chicken
Cranberry Sauce
Mashed Potatoes
Roasted Carrots
Buttered Biscuits
Apple Pie
Trifle
Sparkling Cider
Coffee
Hot Chocolate

A great gift idea...purchase gift certificates to cover the cost of this program.

Dinner in a Country Village, a similar program for adults only, is offered on select Saturdays from November through March. (See Hearth Cooking Events in the right column for dates.) Planning Ahead

Add an overnight stay at the Old Sturbridge Inn and Reeder Family Lodges.

Find more useful information for planning your visit.



When: Feb 17, 2016 5 PM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost:

$95 per person ($75 for OSV Members)Register Securely Online


(Wed, 17 Feb 2016 17 )
Home School Day
Our Home School Days offer you and your children the opportunity to explore the Village and participate in hands-on activities. This is a great opportunity for children to gain exposure to many aspects of 1830s New England life in an interactive way.

We recommend that you allow for up to three hours to visit the Village, in addition to any scheduled hands-on studios. If time permits, consider making a quick craft in the Hands-on Crafts Center; $5-10 per activity (first come, first served); some age and safety restrictions apply.

More information about the Home School Program is available on the website.

When: Nov 4, 2015 9 AM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost: $8 per child and one adult per child admitted at the $8 rate, $5-10 per optional craft activity (Wed, 04 Nov 2015 09 )
Dig In: A Field to Table Festival
Celebrate the abundance and nostalgia of a New England harvest at the peak of autumn color. Taste heirloom apples, learn about methods of food preservation still practiced today, and view the Cider Mill in operation. Savor samples at field to table food demonstrations, enjoy a meal at the food court, see local food to table chefs work in a test kitchen, and stroll through an exhibit of locally grown fruits, vegetables and flowers presented by home gardeners.

When: Oct 17, 2015 9 AM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost: $24 Adults, $22 Seniors (55+), $10 Youths (3-17), FREE for Children 2 & Under (Sat, 17 Oct 2015 09 )
Craft: Artisan Beers and Trades
Craft brewers from throughout New England will serve mouth-watering beers in a spectacular beer garden, while exquisite glass artisans, woodcrafters and other tradespeople will demonstrate their work and sell their wares. See 19th century distilling practices along with hard cider sampling, and feast on delicious grilled meats and other treats.

When: Sep 19, 2015 12 AM to Sep 20, 2015 12 AMin Sturbridge, Massachusetts (Sat, 19 Sep 2015 00 )
Christmas by Candlelight
Escape the frenzy of a modern Christmas with an enchanted evening of gingerbread, roasted chestnuts, music, dance, and a sleigh ride (weather permitting). Meet Father Christmas and chat with Santa Claus (bring your camera!).

Christmas by Candlelight highlights include:

  • Re-creation of Mrs. Cratchit's Christmas Dinner
  • Sleigh rides (weather permitting)
  • Gingerbread House Contest - winners determined by your votes
  • Holiday traditions explained and recreated- roasting chestnuts, yule logs, mistletoe, and more
  • Demonstrations of period gingerbread baking and cider mulling
  • Victorian carolers
  • Christmas keepsake to make and take home
  • Display of model railroads and trains
  • Display of a miniature New England Village
  • Display of the Little Town of Bethlehem nativity
  • Visit Father Christmas and Santa Claus
  • Punch & Judy Puppet Show
  • Christmas carol sing-a-longs
  • Holiday magic shows
  • The dance from Dicken's A Christmas Carol
  • Readings of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and How the Grinch Stole Christmas
  • Readings of "The Nativity Gospel of Saint Luke" and "The Nativity Gospel of Saint Matthew"
  • A Visit from Saint Nicholas

In order to focus on the evening holiday events, Old Sturbridge Village will be closed during the day from December 1-25, 2015. The Village will return to a daytime schedule for its popular school vacation week activities Dec. 26, 2015 December 31, 2015.


When: Dec 4, 2015 8 AM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost: $24 Adults, $22 Seniors (55+), $10 Youths (3-17), Children 2 & Under FREE (Fri, 04 Dec 2015 08 )
December School Vacation Week

Keep the kids busy and engaged during December school vacation at Old Sturbridge Village, with a wide range of crafts, entertainment and outdoor activities offered for all ages.

Other vacation week activities include sledding (try our 1830s-style sleds) and sleigh rides (snow permitting).

Take part in hands-on activities and see special performances all week long. Try your hand at dipping candles the old-fashioned way.

The Village, Tavern, and Gift Shops will all be open throughout the school vacation week. Planning Ahead

Purchase your tickets online in advance to expedite your entrance into the Village.

Add an overnight stay at the Old Sturbridge Inn and Reeder Family Lodges.

Find more useful information for planning your visit.



When: Dec 26, 2015 11:15:00 AM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts (Sat, 26 Dec 2015 11:15:00 )
Bounty: Thanksgiving
oin us to experience the traditions of an early 19th-century New England Thanksgiving. Learn about 1830s dining etiquette and watch the men of the Village compete in a post-dinner target shoot. Smell the scents of roasted turkey and pies warming by the fire. Learn about Native American Thanksgiving traditions and customs, and hear the minister talk about the real meaning of Thanksgiving in the Village's historic Center Meetinghouse.

When: Nov 7, 2015 12 AM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost: $24 Adults, $22 Seniors (55+), $10 Youths (3-17), Children 2 & Under FREE (Sat, 07 Nov 2015 00 )
Sunday Heritage Farmers Market
Support local farmers and vendors during OSV's Heritage Farmers Markets.

Located outside the Visitor Center, the Farmers Market is open to musuem visitors and the general public beginning on Memorial Day weekend and running through Columbus Day Weekend. (Village admission not required.)

Participating vendors include:

Hillcrest Apiary
- Vendor of local, pure, naturally-produced honey from Southbridge, MA. Hillcrest also offers honey soap, honey dippers, and honey straws
Inishowen Farms
- Grows perennial plants in North Brookfield, MA - including blackberry and strawberry plants, herbs, roses, irises, and other ornamentals. They will also be selling fresh produce.
Fay Mountain Farm from Charlton, MA
- Selling fresh local produce and herbs throughout the season.


*Product availability may vary.

When: Sep 1, 2015 12 PM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost: Village admission NOT required (Tue, 01 Sep 2015 12 )
Dig In: A Field to Table Festival
Come help us celebrate the harvest and the beautiful New England autumn. Learn how food makes its way from the farm to the dining room table. Meet our oxen and see multiple teams demonstrate plowing and preparing the fields. Learn more about heritage breed animals and talk with breeders. Help with the harvest, taste heirloom apples, and learn about methods of food preservation. Watch interpreters cook with tomatoes and quince. Help pick apples and taste the different heirloom varieties. The Cider Mill will be operating this weekend (and most weekends in October), with apples ground by ox-power on Saturday and the pulp pressed for its juice on Sunday. You can even get in on the act with a hand-powered "cider mill". Join our costumed interpreters as they: Harvest apples, potatoes, carrots, and beets Give tours of the orchard Put the Herb Garden "to bed" for the season Conduct garden and root cellar tours and discuss food preparation Grind corn with a "quern" Thresh and winnow grain Shell corn and beans Churn butter

When: Oct 17, 2015 12 AM to Oct 18, 2015 12 AMin Sturbridge, Massachusetts (Sat, 17 Oct 2015 00 )
Kindred Spirits: A.B. Wells, Malcolm Watkins, and the Origins of Old Sturbridge Village
People collect all sorts of things for all sorts of reasons, and collectors of all types--young and old, experienced and amateur--have shaped the identities of iconic American museums and historic sites.

Old Sturbridge Village is the result of Albert B. Wells passion for the everyday furnishings, tools, gadgets, and oddities of early America and his collaboration with young antiques expert C. Malcolm Watkins, the museums first curator. Kindred Spirits explores the relationship between these two men and the roles they played in founding one of New Englands most cherished treasures, Old Sturbridge Village.

When: Sep 1, 2015 9 AM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost: Included with Regular Admission: $24 Adults, $22 Seniors (55+), $10 Youths (3-17), Children 2 & under FREE (Tue, 01 Sep 2015 09 )
Veterans' Day

To celebrate Veterans Day, Old Sturbridge Village will present special activities celebrating the nation's military history.

See how lead musket balls were cast in the Small House, and get your initials stamped on your own musket ball at the Blacksmith Shop.

See how American military uniforms and weapons have changed over the past 300 years and see demonstrations of the weapons.

Meet the U.S.S. Constitution's surgeon from the War of 1812.

Children will get an opportunity to drill with toy muskets under the command of the Captain of the Village militia. Planning Ahead

Purchase your tickets online in advance to expedite your entrance into the Village.

Add an overnight stay at the Old Sturbridge Inn and Reeder Family Lodges.

Find more useful information for planning your visit.



When: Nov 11, 2015 11 AM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost:

All active, veteran and retired members of the military and their families* receive free admission on Veterans Day.  (*up to 6 people.)

(Wed, 11 Nov 2015 11 )
Friends' Day

Old Sturbridge Village will host it's annual day of recognition  and appreciation for you, our Members. We invite you to experience specialty food programs that will be offered throughout the day and will bring to life the foodways and culinary traditions of 19th Century New England.

Upon arrival guests will be given a keepsake collection of recipes that will help enhance their tour of the harvest experience.

In addition to these special programs, all Members attending Friends' Day will receive two admission passes to share with friends on future visits. Specialty Programs include:

• Making of Cheese
• Baking
• Preparing the Kiln for Firing
• Crafting a  Tin Kitchen
• Apple Grinding
• Foodstuffs in the Asa Knight Store
• 19th Century Vegetables: Unusual Edibles
• Preserved to Impress: Preparing Pickles and Preserves for Company 
• The Making of Cider Molasses
• Observe as Preparing the Root Cellar is Prepared for  Winter 
• Cook’s Tours of Village Gardens
• Learn about Extracting Honey and Baking Honey Cake

You may choose to register for a delicious luncheon at the Oliver Wight Tavern from 11:30-1:00 pm featuring recipes taken straight from our extensive collection of historical receipts: Luncheon Menu

Deconstructed Salad Station
OSV Curried Fowl
Yankee Pot Roast
Codfish Cakes
Mashed Potatoes
18th Century Dressed Macaroni
Roasted Root Vegetables
Baked Beans
Indian Pudding with fresh Whipped Cream

Prices for the Luncheon:
Adults $23.00  Youth 4-17 $12.00 Children under 3 are free

Come For Friend's Day and Stay for the Annual Evening Harvest Party at a Reduced Rate if you Register for the Luncheon!

Don't miss this special family-friendly night at the Village - a chance to enjoy a crisp, autumn evening in New England with special Village programs. On the Common, warm yourself by the bonfire or take a horse-drawn hayride. Stop by the barn and listen to a tale or two. Take a moment to sit and enjoy one of our live musical performances.

If you purchase a combined ticket for the luncheon and Harvest Party, each Harvest Party ticket will be reduced by an additional $2 off the already reduced member rate!  ($10 members, $14 for nonmembers).

Please call 508-347-0253 or email: membership@osv.org with any questions.
See a full list of Member benefits and Member-Only events Planning Ahead

Add an overnight stay at the Old Sturbridge Inn and Reeder Family Lodges. (OSV Member discounts available)

Find more useful information for planning your visit.



When: Sep 26, 2015 1:15:00 PM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts (Sat, 26 Sep 2015 13:15:00 )
2nd Annual Holiday Concert

Experience an exquisite evening of music and fine dining.

Sip seasonal cocktails when the evening begins at 6:00 p.m. with a cash bar, and move into the Oliver Wight Tavern at 6:30 for a menu to warm the winter night. Following your meal, this special performance will take place in the idyllic Center Meetinghouse inside the village.

 

Please note that Old Sturbridge Village has seasonal hours during the month of December and will not be open during the day before this evening program. You may want to consider staying over at the Old Sturbridge Inn and Reeder Family Lodges and coming back Friday evening for our Christmas by Candlelight Program.



When: Dec 10, 2015 6 PM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost:

Information on this popular event is forthcoming. 

(Thu, 10 Dec 2015 18 )
Home School Day

Our Home School Days offer you and your children the opportunity to explore the Village and participate in hands-on activities. This is a great opportunity for children to gain exposure to many aspects of 1830s New England life in an interactive way.

We recommend that you allow for up to three hours to visit the Village, in addition to any scheduled hands-on studios. If time permits, consider making a quick craft in the Hands-on Crafts Center; $5-10 per activity (first come, first served); some age and safety restrictions apply.

Read more about our Home School program and check back for specific activities as this event approaches. Planning Ahead

Add an overnight stay at the Old Sturbridge Inn and Reeder Family Lodges.

Find more useful information for planning your visit.



When: Nov 4, 2015 11:45:00 AM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts (Wed, 04 Nov 2015 11:45:00 )
Christmas by Candlelight
Escape the frenzy of a modern Christmas with an enchanted evening of gingerbread, roasted chestnuts, music, dance, and a sleigh ride (weather permitting). Meet Father Christmas and chat with Santa Claus (bring your camera!). Christmas by Candlelight highlights include: Re-creation of Mrs. Cratchit's Christmas Dinner Sleigh rides (weather permitting) Gingerbread House Contest - winners determined by your votes Holiday traditions explained and recreated- roasting chestnuts, yule logs, mistletoe, and more Demonstrations of period gingerbread baking and cider mulling Victorian carolers Christmas keepsake to make and take home Display of model railroads and trains Display of a miniature New England Village Display of the Little Town of Bethlehem nativity Visit Father Christmas and Santa Claus Punch & Judy Puppet Show Christmas carol sing-a-longs Holiday magic shows The dance from Dicken's A Christmas Carol Readings of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and A Visit from Saint Nicholas Readings of "The Nativity Gospel of Saint Luke" and "The Nativity Gospel of Saint Matthew" In order to focus on the evening holiday events, Old Sturbridge Village will be closed during the day from December 1-25, 2015. The Village will return to a daytime schedule for its popular school vacation week activities Dec. 26, 2015- December 31, 2015.

When: Dec 4, 2015 12 AM to Dec 20, 2015 12 AMin Sturbridge, Massachusetts (Fri, 04 Dec 2015 00 )
Sunday Heritage Farmers Market
Support local farmers and vendors during OSV's Heritage Farmers Markets.Located outside the Visitor Center, the Farmers Market is open to museum visitors and the general public beginning on Memorial Day weekend and running through Columbus Day Weekend. (Village admission not required.)Participating vendors include:Hillcrest Apiary is a vendor of local, pure, naturally-produced honey from Southbridge, MA. Hillcrest also offers honey soap, honey dippers, and honey straws.Inishowen Farms grows perennial plants in North Brookfield, MA - including blackberry and strawberry plants, herbs, roses, irises, and more. They will also sell fresh produce.Fay Mountain Farm from Charlton, MA, offering fresh local produce and herbs throughout the season.Wendy Wildcraft from Paxton, MA, participates every other Sunday, selling handmade herbal salves, natural lip balms, and hand-blended custom teas.

When: Sep 6, 2015 12 PM to Sep 6, 2015 4 PMin Sturbridge, Massachusetts (Sun, 06 Sep 2015 12 )
Scout Day

Scout Day at Old Sturbridge Village is just one of the exciting Scout programs offered by the Village, providing Scouts and their families and friends the opportunity to learn about America's proud past! Our recreated community portrays a "typical" New England town of the early 19th century. Special programs and hands-on studios designed around a specific theme help Scouts earn requirements toward badges, meet other Scouts, and make lasting memories.

These activities are designed to meet Scout electives and some badge requirements. Additional studios are also available for all Scouts and youths.  



When: Nov 14, 2015 9 AM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost:

For every one scout in uniform one parent gets in for the child rate ($10).

(Sat, 14 Nov 2015 09 )
December School Vacation Week

Keep the kids busy and engaged during December school vacation at Old Sturbridge Village, with a wide range of crafts, entertainment and outdoor activities offered for all ages.

Other vacation week activities include sledding (try our 1830s-style sleds) and sleigh rides (snow permitting).

Take part in hands-on activities and see special performances all week long. Try your hand at dipping candles the old-fashioned way.

The Village, Tavern, and Gift Shops will all be open throughout the school vacation week. Planning Ahead

Purchase your tickets online in advance to expedite your entrance into the Village.

Add an overnight stay at the Old Sturbridge Inn and Reeder Family Lodges.

Find more useful information for planning your visit.



When: Dec 26, 2015 11:15:00 AM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost: Adults: $24.00, Seniors (55 and over): $22.00, Youths (3-17): $8.00, Children age 2 and under: free * contact the Venue listed below for ticketing information (Sat, 26 Dec 2015 11:15:00 )
Vintage Fashion And Textile Show
Vintage Fashion And Textile Show is happening on 07 Sep 2015 at Sturbridge Host Hotel Sturbridge, United States Of America. Its a premier event in Textile, Fabrics & Yarns industry.

Book a stall at 10times.com!

When: Sep 7, 2015 12 AM to Sep 7, 2015 12 AMin Sturbridge, Massachusetts (Mon, 07 Sep 2015 00 )
Family Fun Days at Old Sturbridge Village
Bring the whole family and celebrate Labor Day Weekend with games and excitement for everyone!

You're invited to join the fun on these days!

You will be able to

Play baseball the way early New Englanders did Make a craft
Join a game of French and English (Tug of War)
Meet the oxen in training
Try your hand at marbling paper Watch 19th-century magic with Bob Olson Learn a dance with the Old Sturbridge Village Dancers See a puppet show
Watch a toy fire-balloon flight Watch the Old Sturbridge Singers perform Visit the Freeman Farm
See craftsmen at work
And so much more!

When: Sep 5, 2015 12 AM to Sep 7, 2015 12 AMin Sturbridge, Massachusetts (Sat, 05 Sep 2015 00 )
Angry Johnny & the Killbillies, live music!
live music, always free!

When: Sep 19, 2015 1 PM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts (Sat, 19 Sep 2015 13 )
Crafts at a Close Range: Primitive Fire Making
Learn about fire making techniques from primitive periods to modern times. Increase your confidence and skill in using fire as a heat source, tool and friend. Make a proper tinder bundle that will work with any ignition source, carve a bow drill and practice making a coal, learn other friction techniques, become acquainted with some modern methods such as: ferrous rods, magnesium fire starters, flint steel and char cloth, to light the bundle, learn about fire sets and their uses.

Instructor Ethan Choiniere is a lifelong outdoorsman who furthered his training at the Maine Primitive Skills School. He has taught survival skills for four years.

When: Nov 7, 2015 9 AM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost: $105 OSV members; $130 Non-members; Materials Fee: $10 (Sat, 07 Nov 2015 09 )
Crafts at a Close Range: Ancient Tools Fabrication and Use
In this two-day class, you'll find out how Stone Age humans made and used tools. This is an exploration of primitive implements for crafting, working, hunting and gathering. It teaches how to make several things from ropes and containers using various plants to primitive hunting tools made from animals and stone sources. Improve your confidence being out of doors and gain insight into how Primitive people viewed their world.

Instructor Ethan Choiniere is the son of Naturalists and a lifelong outdoorsman who furthered his training at the Maine Primitive Skills School. He has taught survival skills for four years.

This class is held entirely outdoors unless serious weather. Be prepared for weather. Bring a lunch, water and small fixed blade knife. Ages 16 and older only.

Class takes place in the Museum Education Center.

When: Sep 26, 2015 9 AM in Sturbridge, Massachusetts
Cost: $205 OSV Members; $255 Non-members; $20 Materials Fee (Sat, 26 Sep 2015 09 )

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