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Massachusetts Calendar

Massachusetts Calendar
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by in Jul 2010

JULY 4: STURBRIDGE, An 1830s Independence Day Celebration. Old Sturbridge Village visitors sign a giant Declaration of Independence, play 1830s-style baseball, and more during the day; the evening brings music, family games and activities, and a 30-minute fireworks display at dusk. 800-733-1830, 508-347-3362;

JULY 8-11, 15-18: ROCKPORT, Rockport Chamber Music Festival. Enjoy lectures and demonstrations, “brown bag” lunchtime Q&A sessions, and a variety of concerts featuring internationally acclaimed artists, including world-renowned violinist Midori, all at the new Shalin Liu Performance Center. 978-546-7391;

JULY 10: STOCKBRIDGE, Hidden Treasures of the Berkshires. The Lenox Garden Club’s 20th annual self-guided house and garden tour features six distinctive properties in this historic area. 413-298-3089;

JULY 27-28: SOUTH YARMOUTH, AAUW Cape Cod Book and Jewelry Sale. At Nelson Hall, browse thousands of volumes and pieces of jewelry, ranging from “good beach reads” and costume baubles to collectible books and valuable gems. 774-212-2778;

JULY 29, AUG. 5 & 12: YARMOUTH PORT, Kitchen Chats. Marjorie Jones demonstrates cooking techniques in the 18th-century kitchen of the Captain Bangs Hallet House Museum. Topics include “From Flicker to Wick: An Illuminating Survey of Early Lighting Devices,” “Coming Clean: Flushing Out the ‘Dirt’ on Early Laundry Techniques and Equipment,” and more. 508-775-1258;

AUG. 13-14: PROVINCETOWN, Provincetown Jazz Festival. Experience the survival and revival of New Orleans’ greatest gift to the world as this music fest commemorates the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. New to the festival and opening the concert at Provincetown High School will be the Berklee Rising Stars. 508-274-2513;

AUG. 14: EASTHAM, Summer Antique Show & Sale. The Eastham Historical Society presents 48 local and regional dealers of quality wares, including primitives and fun vintage finds, at Eastham Windmill Green. Don’t miss the “treasure table.” 508-240-1247, 508-255-0788;

AUG. 14-15: STURBRIDGE, Textile Weekend. Early-19th-century New England needlework is the focus this year at this Old Sturbridge Village event. Watch demonstrations of a variety of needlework techniques, tour the Village and see fabrics from the Village’s collection, and take part in hands-on activities. 800-733-1830, 508-347-3362;

AUG. 17-21: WEST SPRINGFIELD, Massachusetts Morgan Horse Show. This weeklong show at the Eastern States Exposition Coliseum features more than 400 registered Morgan horses competing in a wide variety of events. 413-246-8757;

Please Note: This information was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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One Response to Massachusetts Calendar

  1. Gloria Fortunato July 20, 2010 at 2:33 pm #

    August 28, Belchertown Common – come to the St Francis tag sale; over 4 acres of household goods, furniture (some antiques), arts/crafts supplies, clothing, sporting goods, kitchen wares and MORE. All priced to go and go fast. No early birds and it’s rain/shine until 2 pm. The last hour everything is half off. New England quirkiness at its best. Common is located on Rts 181 and 202.

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