Cheryl A. Cuddahy

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TOWNSEND — The Historical Society makes its home in the 1790 Reed Homestead, situated in the heart of Townsend Harbor, along the banks of the Squannacook River, which was owned for five generations by the Reed family. Today the homestead serves as a museum and headquarters for the society. The society sees as its role […]
The purpose of creative writing is to use imagination and originality to tell a story with strong written illustrations through poetry, short stories, novels or even music with the writing of song lyrics. The Seven Bridge Writers’ Collaborative is a nonprofit writers collaborative formed in 2013 “to connect, encourage and support writers in central Massachusetts […]
TOWNSEND – As we spend more time at home than ever before, it is important that your home can be a sanctuary that provides you with peace and that energizes you to tackle life’s biggest challenges. For the past 20 years, Maile (pronounced MY-lee) Shoul has worked in the health care and public health sectors, […]
LEOMINSTER — On a few special evenings this summer, the community will be fortunate to hear once again the music of the Leominster Colonial Band, which will perform in its 111th year of existence. The concerts will begin Tuesday, July 21, at Monument Square in downtown Leominster rather than the traditional venue of Carter Park, […]
LUNENBURG — “Yay, its finally summer,” says Debbie Lafond, Lunenburg Public Library’s children’s librarian. “We made it through another school year and what a year it has been!” The staff at the Lunenburg Public Library, 1023 Massachusetts Ave., has totally revamped their summer reading program for this year and hope you find it as fun […]
Seven Bridge Writers’ Collaborative will present two virtual programs in May. On Friday, May 1, from 7 to 9 p.m., there will be a Special Online Earth Day Open Mic. In this time of social distancing and remote work, many are taking time to go outside and reconnect with the outdoors. So as a suggested theme […]
Webinar on Easter in Russian art May 9
Sometimes when we look at something too often, we really don’t see it anymore — not with gratitude anyways. This is something that Kelly Kurtz believes in and has ultimately built her new business on. Since Kelly was a young girl, she had a passion for decorating and organizing. “Being organized has helped me throughout […]