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Sudbury Historical Society
322 Concord Rd, Sudbury, MA 01776
The Sudbury Historical Society is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving the rich history of the SudburyMore Plantation. The historical society, which is headed by President Mary Vivaldi, also hosts public events and programs relevant to Sudbury's history, supports academic research, and conserves artifacts and records relating to the history of Sudbury and its people. For more information, call the number provided.
Sudbury Historical Society
322 Concord Rd, Sudbury, MA 01776

The Sudbury Historical Society is a non-proft, located in the Town Hall, dedicated to preserving and sharing theMore history of Sudbury. The historical society keeps many local treasures. Stop in to see them or to speak with curator, Lee Swanson, or to pick up the newsletter, program or a gift.  For sale are antique maps, books and note cards. 

 

Hosmer House
299 Old Sudbury Rd, Sudbury, MA 01776
Donated to the town by Miss Florence Hosmer the Hosmer house is a historic building housing the SudburyMore Historical Commission. The House features a collection of the Hosmer family's memorabilia and 497 of Miss Hosmer's paintings, hosting tours on most major holidays. 
Vokes Theatre
97 Boston Post Rd, Sudbury, MA 01776
Vokes Theatre is a historic performing arts center located on Boston Post Road. The theatre is used by the VokesMore Players, a theater group who produce public performances for the town and surrounding areas. The theater puts on all types of productions and holds auditions for the public. You can check the main website for details on productions and audition guidelines.