Entryway to the Community Food Collaborative's garden, Sturbridge, MA

Community Garden Launching Third Season

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The Community Food Collaborative (CFC) is entering its third growing season at its garden located behind the Sturbridge Town Hall lower parking lot.  The land is owned by the Federated Church of Sturbridge and its use is being generously donated to the CFC garden committee.  The committee members have been […]

Southbridge man shares images of ‘Isolation’

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SOUTHBRIDGE — A few weeks ago, one local man took a simple photo of himself sitting in his chair. The COVID-19 quarantining had just begun, and it was poignant image depicting the isolation foisted upon us all. There was immediate response from family and friends, and the next day came […]

Art camp planned for school vacation week

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$75 fee for weeklong morning program SOUTHBRIDGE — Area children have an opportunity to test out their brush strokes and play a little Picasso throughout the upcoming school vacation week. The Ruth Wells Center for the Arts, 111 Main Street, is holding “Art Camp!” from February 17-21, based on the […]

Award-winning cartoonist to share work, lesson in Dudley

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Stromoski’s ‘Cartooning for Kids’ geared to ages 7-12 DUDLEY — A nationally syndicated and award-winning cartoonist and illustrator will be sharing tips and secrets of the trade in a free event geared to pre-teens later this month. Rick Stromoski’s work appears in national magazines, book publishing, licensing, newspaper syndication, children’s […]

Lecture to take audience ‘On the Trail of Bonnie and Clyde’

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Infamous Great Depression era bandits focus of Charlton event CHARLTON — Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow are names that may be familiar, but most people know very little, if anything, about America’s most infamous outlaw couple. The Charlton Public Library will be hosting historian and author Christopher Daley as he […]