|Pro.Found Fall Market at Kalon Farm in Lancaster|
September 22, 23, 2018
22, Saturday – Wachusett Brewery Ride and Tour, sponsored by Charles River Wheelers, 9:30 for 54 mile trek, 10:00 for 20 and 40 mile treks, 175 State Rd. East, Westminster MA – Enjoy a beautiful rustic ride on mostly quiet country roads in Worcester County. Long ride goes through Westminster, Gardner, Ashburnham, and Winchendon. There are some hills and challenging road terrains, but you’ll be rewarded with some beautiful views and scenery. The 54 and 40 mile rides pass the entrance to Wachusett Mountain for anyone interested in adding some elevation. The long ride goes father north into New Hampshire with some beautiful views of Lake Monomonac. There will be brewery tours and tastings, compliments of Wachusett Brewing Company as well as food and refreshments following the ride. For more information visit crw.org.
22, 23, Saturday and Sunday – KidsFest at Wachusett Mountain, 10:00-5:00, 499 Mountain Rd., Princeton MA - This one’s all about kids and families! Two days filled with entertainment, sows, giveaways, vendors, activities and more! No shortage of fun for everyone! For tickets and more information visit wachusett.com
22, 23, Saturday and Sunday, - The Pro.Found Fall Market at Kalon Farms, Saturday, 8:30-5:00; Sunday, 10:00-4:00, Rt. 117, Lancaster, MA – Join us for our Fall Market featuring 100+ vintage dealers, creative artisans, and makers! This weekend will provide fun for the whole family with local food trucks, brew, wine, and live music. For tickets and more information visit theprofoundmarket.com
22, 23, Saturday and Sunday, - Harvest Festival at Lanni Orchards, 8:00-6:00, 294 Chase Rd., Lunenburg, - Activities will include Pick Your Own apples, grapes, pumpkins; Wizard of Oz corn maze, make your own caramel apples, hayrides, play land, crafts, cider donuts, apple desserts. There is no admission fee to the get into the festival. Tickets are available for the corn maze at the farm stand.
22, 23, Saturday and Sunday – 8thAnnual Craft Fair at Fruitlands, 10:00-4:00, 102 Prospect Hill Rd., Harvard, MA -Enjoy original handmade crafts by 48 New England Artisans during the 8th Annual Craft Festival at Fruitlands. The Festival is a two-day outdoor-tented show set on the picturesque grounds of the museum. Quality juried craft, museum offerings, and stunning views has made the Festival a popular September destination for all. It’s the perfect opportunity to get a jump on your holiday shopping and find that original gift for the hard-to-buy-for! For your entertainment, there is a food truck, the Café, and live music, courtesy of the Summertime Trio, on both days of the Festival. The Guests’ admission also includes entry to the Museum exhibits and trails. It’s a fun day out with family and friends.New this year, we will be partnering with our friends at Notch Brewing who will host a Beer Garden at the Craft Festival. Relax and socialize over a beer in between shopping and Museum explorations! For more information visit fruitlandsthetrustees.org
22, Saturday - HairFest at Indian Ranch, 12:30 p.m., 200 Gore Rd., Webster, MA - Travel back to the 80’s with the Indian Ranch HairFest – a fun-filled day featuring the music you grew up with from the greatest tributes to Hair Bands including Everybody Wants Some (performing the music of Van Halen), The Priest (performing the music of Judas Priest), Aquanett (playing the best of 80’s hair band music), Bon Jersey (performing the music of Bon Jovi), and festival headliner Super Troup (also playing the best of 80’s hair band music. This will be THE festival you will always remember! National Anthem: A special surprise guest! handicap accessible seating and accommodations,
Maksim Shtrykov, clarinet, and Misuzu Tanaka, piano, join us again, this time with a program of Russian music including pieces by Prokofiev, Gretchaninov, and Weinberg.
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23, Sunday – Opening Reception for Interior Effects at Fitchburg Art Museum, 2:00-4:00, 185 Elm St., Fitchburg MA – Join us for the opening celebration of our fall exhibition, Interior Effects: Furniture in Contemporary Art. The show pays tribute to the industrial heritage of North Central MA through an exploration of furniture and its design in psychologically charged metaphors. The exhibition includes artwork by 10 New England artists: Judy Kensley McKie, Yuri Kobayashi, Leah K. Woods, Tracie Pouliot, Liz Shepherd, Celeste Roberge, Katarina Burin, Sarah Malakoff, Sandra Erbacher, and Samantha Fields. Guests will enjoy light refreshments and a cash bar. The event is free with admission and free for all FAM members. For more information visit fitchburgartmuseum.org.