We’re continuing our efforts to lighten your January darkness by providing a warm and bright opportunity for music, an elegant meal, and a happy evening bidding on unique and creative items—all to benefit the work of the Friends of the Stone Church! The Steeple Soirée will offer an lovely evening at Hartman’s Herb Farm in Barre,
A Memorial Concert honoring the life and musical legacy of Don Boothman will be held at The Stone Church on Saturday, October 8 at 7:00 p.m. Malcolm Halliday, acclaimed organist and music educator, will offer a program featuring works by Handel, Mendelssohn, Walker, Bach, Lowry, and Rheinberger. He will be joined by violinist Yulia Zhuravleva and
Dear Friends, It has been a year since the last Hardwick Fair. That means it has been one year since Friends of the Stone Church put up a small tent to introduce itself to our community as an organization intent on bringing the Stone Church back to life. While we have a small tent on
We’re so pleased to be able to host our first Stone Soup supper in the chapel of the Stone Church! You’re invited to join us on Friday, June 17 at 5:30 p.m. as we express our thanks to everyone who has made possible the progress we’ve made so far and discuss the possibilities ahead. We’ll
In collaboration with the East Quabbin Arts Alliance, FOSC is offering painters a summer opportunity to join in a series of five Gilbertville-based plein air workshops. Held on five consecutive Saturdays—June 18 and June 25, July 9, July 16, and July 23 — at picturesque locales around the town of Hardwick. Painters can take part
LET JOY RESOUND marks the return of music to The Stone Church. In a pair of concerts—one in Gilbertville, the other in Ashburnham—renowned concert artist Peter Krasinski will perform music of Bach, Handel, Mendelssohn, and Buck, in addition to his own improvisations. Peter will be joined by cornettist Bruce Hopkins, and vocalists Donald Boothman, Diane
Our deep thanks to all the many donors to, and attendees at, the Friends’ first Boiler Bash. The evening was a great success (thanks again to our friends at the Hardwick Winery — what a place!), and when all was said we were $11,500 closer to our goal!