Tour Sudbury’s Historic Town Center and Discover Many Little Known Facts

Published on Friday, 9/7/2012 10:57 am | by Historical Commission | Automatically Archived on 9/24/2012

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Which Sudbury building was once a one-story schoolhouse? Does Paul Revere have a connection to our town? What do you know about Sudbury’s Town Hall, the Loring Parsonage, the Grange Hall, the First Parish Church, Grinnell Park, the Presbyterian Church and the Hosmer House? Whose name is on the oldest burial stone? Discover many little-known facts that may surprise you!

On Sunday, September 23 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m., the Sudbury Historical Commission, the Sudbury Historical Society and the Sudbury League of Women Voters are offering a free, guided walking tour of Sudbury Center. The tour starts at the Town Hall and is appropriate for all ages. Following the walk, stop for refreshments at the Town Hall and see if you can answer these and other puzzling questions.

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