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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
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. View catalogue The contest is open from November 1, 2018
Sunday, October 21 • 3:00 p.m. Join the Friends on October 21 for a Fall Organ concert featuring Christopher White, Assistant Professor of Music Theory at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and concert organist. Chris received his Ph.D. from Yale and has also attended Queens College–CUNY and the Oberlin College Conservatory of Music. His articles have appeared
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
Our friend Peter Krasinski returns to the Stone Church to give us an amazing treat—accompanying three silent movies on the organ! Buster Keaton’s 1921 film “The Boat,” Harold Lloyd‘s 1922 Film “Grandma’s Boy,” and the beloved 1956 French short “The Red Balloon.” Each of these films will come to live with Peter’s unique ability to
Our January tradition continues with a festive gathering of heightened elegance and exquisite taste. The Gilberts of Hardwick will ride in style to the Harding Allen Estate in Barre to recreate a high-style 1920s soirée. Our celebrated auction will return (and the Gilberts will no doubt try to bid) with unique and remarkable items impossible
Alan Wingard, keyboard artist and composer, will perform a Seasonal Concert to introduce the holidays on the 1874 William A. Johnson and Son pipe organ in the Stone Church, 283 Main Street, Gilbertville, on Sunday, November 12 at 3:00 pm. Among other works, the concert will include music of Buxtehude, Couperin, Satie, and Sondheim, and