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Celtic Music, Poetry, Storytelling

Clinton’s Bigelow Free Public Library is named in honor of Erastus Brigham Bigelow, its greatest benefactor. The existing library grew out of what was once the Bigelow Mechanics Institute. The … [Read More...]

The Matryoshka Tradition

Clinton’s Museum of Russian Icons was founded in 2006 as a nonprofit educational institution by Massachusetts art collector and industrialist Gordon B. Lankton. Including more than 1000 Russian … [Read More...]

Pepperell Garden Club

In the fall of 1968, two Pepperell residents gathered a small group of people to discuss the possibility of organizing a local garden club. In the spring of 1969, the elected officers took the helm, … [Read More...]

Circle of Friends Coffeehouse

Franklin’s Circle of Friends Coffeehouse, now in their 26th season, is a non-profit venue that exists through the efforts of dedicated volunteers who share a strong desire to bring the finest … [Read More...]

Franklin Art Association

The Franklin Art Association was established in 1971 to provide a forum for the promotion of visual arts; for the preservation of the finest artistic traditions by means of exhibiting works, … [Read More...]

Wayland Little Theatre Concerts

Thanks to the generosity of its members and other donors, Wayland Little Theatre Concerts have been presenting talented musicians in free public concerts since 1965.  Composed of graduates from the … [Read More...]

Singing Our Story

From materials like books and videos to wireless Internet access, special programs, and meeting space, the Wayland Free Public Library, founded in 1848, offers enrichment opportunities for everyone in … [Read More...]

Middlesex Canal Museum – Visitor Center

Built between 1793 and 1803, the Middlesex Canal was the ultimate superhighway of its day.  Just 27 miles in length, it played a major role in the Industrial Revolution, and its success led to the … [Read More...]



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