Skip to content

8 Results

  • BilgeBitig (flickr) (CC BY 2.0)

    Classic Consignments - Jewelry Appraisal and Discovery

    Downsizing or curious about your treasures? Get an appraisal of a piece or two of your jewelry or a sterling silver item. Helene and David from Classic Consignments will identify if it's gold or gold-filled, costume or real, vermeil or sterling. Since 1997, Classic Consignments has been in Sudbury assisting clients in marketing items they no longer want or need. They help consignors sell their quality pre-owned antique or contemporary furnishings and accessories. Classic Consignments specialize in glass, china, and jewelry.
  • Fairhaven History & Hike

    This course meets three times; two for Zoom slide lectures on May 8 and May 15, followed by an optional hike on May 18 (May 19 rain date). The first week will introduce the geography of the Fairhaven area, partly in Concord and partly in Lincoln, along the east side of the Sudbury River. Participants will learn about its literary associations, centering on Thoreau, illustrated with maps and photos from Herbert W. Gleason and others. The second week will pick up chronologically from there, with the histories of Fairhaven House and the Robinson sisters; Burnham, the estate of Charles Francis Adams, Jr., and the Bauhaus structures, still in place, designed by architect Quincy Adams. Incorporated throughout will be the ecology of the area, especially the mammals that use this habitat today, illustrated with photos and videos. The third meeting will be an optional round trip hike to Fairhaven Cliff.
  • Gropius House Tour

    Walter Gropius, founder of the German design school known as the Bauhaus, was one of the most influential architects of the 20th century. He designed this house in Lincoln as his family home in 1938, when he came to teach at Harvard's Graduate School of Design. Modest in scale, it combined the traditional elements of New England architecture with innovative materials rarely used in domestic settings at that time. Enjoy this one hour guided house tour where all the family possessions are still in place.
  • Learn to Compost - Codman Community Farms

    Have you always wanted to compost but don’t know where to begin? If so, this class is for you! Join us at Codman Community Farms in Lincoln to learn all about composting - the benefits, how to begin the process and how to avoid common mistakes. This class will include a brief overview of our working farm and how we process waste - you’ll leave feeling a confident composter! Codman Community Farms is a non-profit organization - their mission is to operate a working farm that preserves Lincoln’s rural character, highlights the importance of local regenerative farming, features heritage breed and locally sourced food, and invites inclusive community involvement through educational opportunities and access to this unique historical property. For more information, visit, codmanfarm.org
  • Raising Chickens - Codman Community Farms

    Interested in raising happy, healthy chickens in your backyard? Look no further, join Codman Community Farms in learning everything you need to know about chickens - from coops to different chicken breeds - we’ll help you get started on your journey toward fresh eggs. Class includes hands-on experience with pastured-raised, organically fed chickens. Best suited for ages 15+ Codman Community Farms is a non-profit organization - their mission is to operate a working farm that preserves Lincoln’s rural character, highlights the importance of local regenerative farming, features heritage breed and locally sourced food, and invites inclusive community involvement through educational opportunities and access to this unique historical property. For more information, visit, codmanfarm.org
  • Sudbury's History Through the Ages

    Join Sudbury History experts for an opportunity to learn about Sudbury's role in the history of the area. Hosted by the non-profit Sudbury Historical Society (SHS). Learn about the initial settlement of Sudbury in 1638 by the British Colonists. This session is designed as an in-depth look at how Sudbury came to be established, and the broader context of how settling New England happened through the Puritan ethos of hardwork, piety, and community. The course will consist of a lecture, followed by the opportunity to visit the Sudbury Historical Society’s History Center and Museum and tour the Baggott Gallery’s exhibition on Sudbury’s History. (No discounts)
  • Tequila Tasting

    The word tequila, derived from an ancient Aztec language, roughly translates to “the place where plants are harvested.” Fermented from the sap of the agave plant, the spirit is a staple around the world, as many treat themselves with drinks like margaritas or a straight shot with salt and lime – especially on Cinco de Mayo. Join us for an evening of tasting of this storied spirit- an experience your taste buds will savor! The class makes a great gift!
  • Virtual Safari

    Getting ready to plan the adventure trip of a lifetime? Unable to travel and want to feel as though you were there? Join the Kloffts as they share their travel adventures. You’ll hear the stories of amazing wildlife and share in the adventure of seeking wild animals from all over the world through video and photos. Suitable for families. March 12 - The 7th Continent: Antarctica The final frontier, the Southern Ocean and Antarctica! Penguins, whales, pelagic birds and floating icebergs create a magical environment to explore. March 26 - Wildlife in Patagonia Spanning southern Chile and Argentina, Patagonia encompasses mountains, glacial lakes and unusual wildlife, including the elusive puma!