Friends of the Stone Church and the Hardwick Historical Society proudly announce “New Views of Gilbertville,” a juried photography contest and exhibit with cash prizes. The collaborating presenters invite photographers to shed new light on Gilbertville village by taking original photos of its historic architecture.
Peter Krasinski returns with unique entertainment at the Stone Church Friends of the Stone Church (FOSC), a non-profit community organization, will present two masterpieces of silent film accompanied by international sonic artist Peter Krasinski playing the historic Johnson & Son tracker organ on Friday at 7 pm, April 26, 2019, at the Stone Church, 283
Summer Swing and Jazz Concerts Free Veteran-led Concerts at Stone Church June 5 and 19 U.S. Air Force veteran John P. Sacco will lead two outdoor concerts at the Stone Church Cultural Center, 283 Main Street (Route 32), Gilbertville, MA, presented by Friends of the Stone Church: A Walk Down Broadway” by The Weir River
Saturday, June 18, 2022 from 11-3 at the Stone Church Community Center in Gilbertville The Friends of the Stone Church will offer a FREE Fun Day with Art for children of all ages. Local artists and crafters will instruct and encourage participants in water color painting, creative writing, photography, knitting and sewing, and scarecrow construction.
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Clara Bow in “It” (1927) on Saturday, May 7 Organist Peter Krasinski will accompany the 1927 silent film comedy It, with Clara Bow, on the historic 1874 Johnson organ at the Stone Church Cultural Center, 283 Main Street, Gilbertville, MA, at 7 pm on Saturday, May 7. Tickets are $15; youth under 18 are admitted
In releasing FOSC’s Annual Report for 2021, President Judy Edington expresses her heartfelt gratitude to the donors and volunteers who gave, despite economic hardships, to remember deceased family members and friends and to support the continued preservation of the Stone Church steeple. Read the report here
In partnership with the Card to Culture Program, FOSC is pleased to announce that we will offer a limited number of free tickets to our 2022 Concerts at the Stone Church to current participants in EBT, WIC and Connector care health insurance programs. Up to four tickets per family (in one household) will be available
Friends of the Stone Church announce 2022 Concerts at the Stone Church Cultural Center, featuring internationally-acclaimed musicians in live, original programs intended to lighten spirits as our community emerges from isolation. All concerts will be held at 283 Main Street (Rt 32), Gilbertville, MA. For the first time, FOSC is offering season subscriptions. For online
Friends of the Stone Church 6th Dinner and Auction FOSC invites you to attend its 2022 Gala to benefit the building preservation fund at 4 pm, Sunday May 22, 2022 at Hartman’s Herb Farm B&B in Barre, featuring Dinner, Silent and Live Auctions, as well as Live Entertainment. Buy tickets https://www.tickettailor.com/events/friendsofthestonechurch/649372/ The Stone Church cornerstone
Events at the Stone Church Cultural Center 2022 View our 2022 Concert Brochure Saturday, June 11, 7pm Malcolm Halliday, piano · Chester Brezniak, clarinet · Stanley Wilson, tenor Stone Church Trio Songs by Frank Bridge, Henri DuParc and Cole Porter; Music of Francis Poulenc, Darius Milhaud and Phillipe Gaubert 7 pm Saturday June 11,
MICHAEL POLL and EMI FERGUSON 2 pm Sunday, April 10 The Court, the Palace, the Ocean, the Trees Michael Poll, classical guitar and Emi Ferguson, flute, will perform works by J.S. Bach and Domenico Scarlatti which they have arranged for their instruments. Also on the program: Argentinian composer Anton Piazzola’s History of the Tango, and