Dear Friends, We miss seeing you in the Stone Church, but we have not stopped working! Our contractor, Gnazzo Company, is hard at work on the second phase of tower repair. From their vaulted vantage point the next steps in tower stabilization are clear. The Friends of the Stone Church want to work smart—making the
View our report. In this report you’ll find a comprehensive overview of FOSC’s continuing work over the over the last year, a report on our financial status, and acknowledgments of the many generous contributors who have made our work possible.
Dear Friends of the Stone Church, To protect the public from COVID-19, and in accordance with the pronouncements of local, state and national public health officials, we have postponed the concerts scheduled in spring 2020. We will let you know as soon as we have re-scheduled them. March 29 Maria Ferrante, soprao and Ivan Gusev,
See our report for 2018-2019.
Friends of the Stone Church (FOSC) and the East Quabbin Artist Alliance held the Second Annual Arts Festival on Saturday September 22 from 10 am to 5 pm, at the Stone Church (Trinitarian Congregational Church), 283 Main Street, Gilbertville. The festival will feature exhibits of adult and youth art, including drawing, painting, collage, mixed media,
The Friends of the Stone Church (FOSC) has received a $15,000 award from the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Johanna Favrot Fund. The 50-50 matching grant will support structural repairs to the tower base of the Stone Church, located at 283 Main Street in the village of Gilbertville. This project is Phase One of the
2017 was a very busy year for the Friends, with major milestones accomplished in our plan of work. We’re very pleased to make available our annual report for 2017, which you may view in the window below or download at this link. In this report you’ll find a comprehensive overview of FOSC’s continuing work over the