Events Calendar


Host/Event TitleLocationDateDescriptionRSVP
Agritourism WorkshopRed Apple Farm
455 Highland Ave., Phillipston
Friday July 20th5:00 - 7:00pm
Join owner Al Rose and the Red Apple Farm crew to talk about their wide ranging selection of tours, PYO, live music, and other activities. They'll be serving BBQ and hosting live music at the same time, so come early to enjoy some food an entertainment or catch the tail end after the talk. We're excited to collaborate on this event with fellow Buy Local organization CISA.
Hardwick Farm Hardwick Town CommonAugust 17th & 18thThe Hardwick Fair is a place where old-timers and newcomers gather to renew old friendships and acquaintances; many traveling great distances. It is a traditional Colonial-style country fair with an agricultural theme . . . check out the program. The Common has a variety of activities; many free and others inexpensive, bringing together a blend of old and new.
Spencer Fair48 Smithville Rd
Spencer, MA 01562
August 31st - September 3rd The Spencer Fair is an old time, traditional country fair including ox and horse pulls, cattle, rabbit and poultry shows, hall exhibits, midway and outdoor entertainment, and should be a great time for all who attend.
Farm Fresh Fest Wachusett Mountain Saturday September 8th The 4th Annual Wachusett Mountain Farm Fresh Fest will once again feature a variety of locally grown specialty foods and farm-to-table vendors. The event will include local produce; specialty foods; an extensive farmers’ market; live animal displays; agricultural education; craft beers; local wine growers; cooking demos and educational presentations. It will also feature live music, family entertainment, local crafts and the popular SkyRide chairlift ride to the summit.
Sterling FairSterling AirportSeptember 7th-9thA two and a half day family fun event focused on community and agriculture.
stART on the StreetPark Ave., WorcesterSunday September 16thThe stART on the Street festival hosted an increasing number of arts and crafts vendors each year until reaching 300 in September 2013, and has since held steady with roughly 275 artists, each demonstrating and selling their handcrafted items. Stages host a variety of live bands from rock & roll, alternative country, jazz, world music and more. A Youth Activities area with local organizations hosting interactive art activities has been a popular attraction for families throughout the years.


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