408 Main Street
Sturbridge, MA 01566
Phone: (508) 347-7327
Fax: (508) 347-9138
Set in an 1850's building, the Palmer Historical and Cultural Center is a versatile space to host cultural and private events. It was earlier the home of the Union Evangelical Church and has been a cultural center since 2012. It features two intimate rooms that are equipped with good acoustics, the Harmony Hall and the Villages Room. They regularly host concerts, comedy acts and movie screenings.
The Thompson International Speedway is located at Thompson, Connecticut. This racetrack hosts a variety of events and holds NASCAR races too. It also has a on-site restaurant, golf club and a ice-cream stand.
The Bradley Playhouse is century-old Vaudeville theater in the picturesque small town of Putnam, CT. The Playhouse is very much an amateur, community theater operated by the volunteers of the Theatre of Northeastern Connecticut, but it's productions are top notch and executed with pride.
The Hart Recreation Center is a prime destination for most sports meets at the College of the Holy Cross. Since its inception in 1975, this multi-purpose arena is the main athletic center and has many spaces within it which cater to different sports. The center is well facilitated with an ice hockey rink, basketball arena, racquetball courts, locker rooms and so on. It even has rowing tanks and cardiovascular rooms that not many sports centers offer. It is home to many teams of the college and hosts several tournaments, leagues and competitions all throughout the year. Call ahead to know more.
Shrouded by trees, this farmhouse turned punk house is hidden from the passer by. Only those in the know are aware of the existence of Collective a GoGo. Adorned with knick-knacks and art works, it regularly hosts punk rock, bike rides and vegan brunches. Some of their previous listings are Oozing Wound, Thick Shakes and Royal Wedding.
A celebration of everything ART. There will be artwork up for sale from over 50 professional artists, a gift shop featuring artwork created by children, hands-on craft activities from local museums, such as Worcester Art Museum and live music and dance performances throughout the day from local community groups, colleges, universities and Worcester Public Schools including the Joy of Music Program, CCS Dance Academy and the WPI Dance Team. Admission is free and all proceeds benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Worcester.
The Knowlton Memorial Hall is located on Pompey Hollow Road in Ashford. Built in 1924, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1994. The hall was constructed by Loud and Hebert as a government building. It is used as a library and city hall as well today.
One of the most beautiful buildings in Milbury, the Asa Waters Mansion is also a historical landmark. A part of the Underground Railroad during the Civil War, the mansion is proudly listed on the National and State Registers of Historic Places. Built in stunning Georgian colonial style, it plays host to weddings and other special events. Its elegance and beauty provide guests with the perfect backdrop to hold the wedding of your dreams. The mansion offers both indoor and outdoor options, air-conditioning, bridal dressing room, tables and other furniture, and a smoke-free environment. The venue is also friendly for the differently abled.
Housed inside a grand old building, the Hanover Theatre has played a pivotal role in fostering a love for the performing arts among the people of Worcester. This venue consistently churns out off-beat productions which can be enjoyed by the entire family. Check website for a list of upcoming events and book your tickets now!
The Center at Eagle Hill is a state-of-the-art facility for performing arts and a cultural hub of central Massachusetts. It includes two theaters, a music room, recording studio, art galleries, visual art studios, workshop and a function hall. You will find concerts on jazz, bluegrass, folk and more as well as art exhibitions, acrobats, theater and musicals.
Know as the nation's finest pre-Civil War concert hall, the restored Mechanics Hall is one of the finest concert halls.
When an entertainment venue has played host to stars such as Bob Dylan, B.B.King and Garbage, you know that you are dealing with one of the best. The amenities offered in terms of sound, light and logistics are matchless which is why the biggies choose this venue over others. Check website for a list of upcoming events.