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American Innovator: Abraham Prescott and His Instruments
New England in the nineteenth century must have sounded beautiful with the music of instruments hand crafted by local artisans. Abraham Prescott was a noted American luthier from New Hampshire. He is particularly well known for his double bass, one of which survives in the collection of the Townsend Historical Society. His pieces are now prized possessions of museums and musical institutions across the country. Join us for an interesting investigation into the life and legacy of this important Yankee innovator. This event is sponsored by the Amanda Dwight Fund.

When: May 1, 2020 7pm to May 2, 2020 9am in Townsend, MA

Leisurely New England: A Nostalgic Look Back at How We Had Fun

New England is vacation land. Now, more than ever before, we are on the move traveling to places near and far. As we explore our surroundings, we often take them for granted. Sure, they have a history but how well is it known? Few have looked back to examine the history of regional tourism and how it relates to the local narrative. Fortunately, we live in the birthplace of this industry. Townsend was on the crossroads of travelers heading in all directions and influenced by regional and national movements. From notable firsts, short-lived trends, long-established destinations and everything between, this program will dive deeper into the history of having fun. Some locations will be active and known to all ages. Others might look back on long-gone landmarks with a twinkle of nostalgia. You won't want to miss this unique opportunity to connect with memories, old and new. Presented by Historian Ryan D. Hayward of The Preservation Collaborative, Inc. and Taber Morrell. This program is supported in part by a grant from the Townsend Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the MA Cultural Council, a state agency. It is also sponsored by a generous grant from the Amanda Dwight Entertainment Fund of Townsend

When: Aug 12, 2020 6:30PM to Aug 12, 2020 8pm in Townsend, MA

2020 Townsend Fall Arts and Craft Fair (39th Annual)

Please join us on our historic town common for the 39th annual Townsend Historical Society Arts and Craft Fair. The event will be held on Saturday, September 19th 2020, from 9-4 and Sunday, September 20th, from 10-4. Everyone is invited to this free event featuring beautiful hand-crafted products by over fifty vendors, a petting zoo, face painting and live music. Breakfast and lunch will be available for purchase. Those with a sweet tooth will want to sample our bake sale. Proceeds benefit the efforts of our 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Hope to see you there.Attention artists and artisans, we welcome your participation in this juried event. Those interested in showing their handiwork should contact the Society for an application. Please reach us by emailing townsendhistoricalsociety@yahoo.com, calling 978-597-2106 or visiting townsendhistoricalsociety.org.

When: Sep 19, 2020 9am to Sep 19, 2020 4pm in Townsend, MA
Cost: Free event! Donations or membership to the Townsend Historical Society welcomed.

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About Townsend, MA
The Town of Townsend Massachusetts was founded in 1732 and is located in Middlesex County.

Townsend contains about 10000 year round residents.

The town Common is host to Fall Fairs, art and band shows. The Squannacook River provides chances for boating, fishing and swimming.