Event Newsletter - January 2020

Joshua Hyde Public Library
The newly renovated Joshua Hyde Public Library

Below is the town's monthly newsletter for all of the exciting events in Sturbridge this January. Be sure to follow us on twitter at @visitsturbridge to keep up to date on all of the excitement here in town. If you feels that there's something we missed please let us know by clicking here

Special Events 

5th Annual First Day Hike

January 1st from 1pm to 3:30pm, starting at 10 OSV Access Road, Leadmine parking lot 

Dinner in a Country Village

Old Sturbridge Village, Saturdays from 5pm - 9/10pm 

Sturbridge Ice Races 

Every Sunday at the Hamilton Rod and Gun Club through the end of February, weather permitting 

Metalwork Merit Badge Workshop

Old Sturbridge Village, January 11th from 9am - 5pm 

Friends of the Sturbridge Trails (FrOST) Annual Meeting

Publick House, Wednesday January 15th at 7pm

Evening of Illumination 

Old Sturbridge Village, January 17th and 31st from 6pm - 7:30pm 

Cheers to our 2 Years 

Altruist Brewery, January 24th, 5pm - 10pm and January 25th, noon to 10pm 

Winterfest 2020

Rapscallion Brewery, January 25th - 26th from 12pm - 10pm 

Spotlight on Tuscany Info Session

Chamber of Central MA South Chamber Office, 46 Hall Rd., January 29th from 5pm - 6pm 

Good Acoustics - An Acoustic Tribute to Simon & Garfunkel and James Taylor

The Barn at Wight Farm, January 31st from 6:30pm - 10:30pm

Special Comedy Event - Lenny Clarke at the Barn! 

The Barn at Wight Farm, February 7th from 6:30pm - 10:30pm 

Recurring Events 

Alternatives for Health

Offering various workshops, classes, readings and meditative classes every month, Alternatives for Health provides a variety of services to its patrons. For more information check out www.alternatives-4health.com.

Altruist Brewery

With local musicians and local brew, Altruist is the place for you. For more information on the artists playing, please check out www.altruistbrewing.com.

Baba Sushi

Every week there are various activities guaranteed to entertain. In collaboration with WAITT, a local nonprofit, Baba Sushi sends 1% of their daily sales to a variety of local charities. For more information go to babasushisturbridge.com

Bird Store and More

The Bird Store and More offers bird walks throughout the Commonwealth and beyond. For more information on how to participate in these bird walks you can go to www.thebirdstoreandmore.com.

In addition the Bird Store and More now features the largest Cuckoo Clock in New England! Click here to see the clock. 

Brush It Off Paint and Sip Bar

Featuring events throughout the week like Chit Chat and Color, Paint Classes and Walk in Ceramics Painting. For a full list check out www.brush-it-off.com.

The Duck

Featuring live musical entertainment on every Thursday through Saturday night. For more information please check out theducksturbridge.com

Homefield Brewing

Featuring local musicians playing live shows almost every weekend as well as other live performances. For a full list check out www.homefieldbrewing.biz.

Joshua Hyde Public Library

Offering numerous events throughout the month that are open to the public, the Library is a great place for kids, teens and adults to socialize and enjoy all the wonderful things that the library has to offer. www.sturbridgelibrary.org.

Old Sturbridge Village

With guest speakers, tours, demonstrations, special events and more, Old Sturbridge Village always has something fun and excited to see and try. Go to www.osv.org to learn more.

Rapscallion Brewery

Featuring multiple live musical performances by local band throughout the month, as well as fitness events check out www.drinkrapscallion.com for a full list of performers and to see the fitness schedule.

Sturbridge Senior Center

The center hosts a myriad of activities designed to enrich the lives of our aging population. Many drop in exercise classes, twice a month movies, workshops and activities are open to all ages. The center is a warm welcoming environment, whether you stop in for a coffee or stay for activity .For more information look for our monthly newsletter at www.sturbridge.gov/council-aging.