JOIN YOUR NEIGHBORS FOR A FUN-FILLED WEEKEND AT 2015 FRIDAY, MAY 15th 6:30-8:30 pm 7:00 pm Church of St. Isidore Stow Town Hall Ice Cream Social for the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Pan-Mass Challenge Silent Movies (One Week & Sherlock, Jr.) SATURDAY, MAY 16th 8:00 am - 11:00 am Church of St. Isidore PANCAKE BREAKFAST! On your way to the Center School for a day of fun for all ages, stop by the all-time Pancake Breakfast Hosted by Friends of Council on Aging 10:00 am – 3:00 pm The Center School FREE entertainment for all ages! Inflatables, Arts and Crafts, Field Games, Airbrush Tattoos, Trigger Point Massage, Lego Contest, Antique Cars, Fire, Police, and Medical Reserve Corps Vehicles, Minuteman Encampment, Cotton Candy, Snow Cones and Popcorn 10:45 am – Lego/Ellos Judging Begins 1:00 pm – Animal Adventures 2:30 pm – Duck Drop Spunky the Clown and Farm Animals Return! Happy Wagon Train Rides, Arts & Crafts Displays and Sales, Hamburgers, Hotdogs, Chicken, Sausage, Fries, Pulled Pork, Pizza, Ice Cream, and MORE! NEW THIS YEAR! Dance Performance by Miss Tricia’s Dance Studio and The Movement Center Dance Studio- Center School 7:00 pm Family Movie (Pasghetti Western) hosted by Sounds of Stow –Old Town Hall (free) SUNDAY, MAY 17th 1:00pm-3:00pm 16 Gleasondale Road Stop by Donovan Art Studio to view Stow Council on Aging Art Class Art Show 8:00 am 4:00 pm Hale Middle School First Parish Church Stow Conservation Trust Annual Run for the Woods More details at http://www.stowconservationtrust.org/RFTW.php Songs of the Civil War- A concert of historic selections to commemorate the th 150 anniversary of the conclusion of the American Civil War. Featuring “The Hardtacks”- $10pp/$25 max per family. Stow Historical Society Exhibit available for viewing May 16th & 17th, Hidden Treasures Weekend An exciting two-day Freedom’s Way Heritage Area regional celebration spanning across 45 towns. Stow is participating in the “Hidden Treasures Weekend”. Stow's "Hidden Treasure" program to be featured at SpringFest on Saturday is Treasures from Stow's One-Room Schoolhouses with interactive activities featuring exhibits from Stow’s Old West School. Special thanks to the Nashoba Regional High School Community Marketing class for their participation in planning this year’s SpringFest!
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