The Bedford Town Calendar


Job Lane Farm Museum Tours

Job Lane Farm Museum 295 North Road, Bedford

The Job Lane Farm Museum is located at 295 North Road, in Bedford, and is owned by the Town of Bedford. The museum is open the second and fourth Sundays, May thru October from 2 pm to 4 pm. Free admission for members, otherwise $4 donation, $10 for family.    On May 22, Elizabeth Skipper, 18th Century Spinning Interpreter and Susan Luongo are the demonstrators. The Gift Shop is also open. We welcome those interested in volunteering to Greet, Tour Guide or Gift shop attendant. Check us out on:  

$4 – $10

VAU Fallen Heroes Memorial

VA Bedford Healthcare System, The Oval 200 Springs Road, Bedford

Fallen Heroes Memorial dog tag flag on display at VA Bedford May 16-21 BEDFORD, Massachusetts– Veterans and Athletes United’s (VAU) Fallen Heroes Memorial, made of 7,040 dog tags that create an image of the American flag, will be on display in the Oval at Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital here, May 16 – 21. The dog tags are engraved with the names of the service members who have fallen in the War on Terrorism. The memorial also has 50 gold stars on the flag to honor Gold Star families nationwide. The Fallen Heroes Memorial will be open to the


Military Appreciation Day: BHS Baseball & Softball

Bedford High School 9 Mudge Way, Bedford

Bedford Baseball/Softball Military Appreciation Day Saturday, May 21st – 10:45am – 9 Mudge Way Bedford High School Baseball and Softball will be hosting the second annual Military Appreciation Day on Saturday May 21st in partnership with Concord-Carlisle and Acton-Boxborough. Opening ceremonies start at 10:45 am with the national anthem, ROTC and Boy Scout color guards, and ceremonial 1st pitches. We hope that you will join us to honor our active and retired military while enjoying an exciting game, raffles, cookout, and other fun activities (proceeds will be donated to support military families). If you watch from the outfield, you may


Climate Action: Mothers Out Front Social

Town of Bedford, MA 10 Mudge Way, Bedford

Join us in person to socialize, enjoy appetizers together, do a brief pair-share ice breaker activity, and optionally create a simple Climate Hero mask to send to our State legislator as part of our state campaign to transition to clean energy. Optional: Bring an appetizer to share. Please RSVP to receive host address.  Hope you can come! To learn about climate hero campaign, see link

West Virginia Mission Festival

First Church of Christ, Congregational 25 The Great Rd, Bedford

Bedford’s First Church of Christ, 25 Great Road, will host its annual West Virginia Mission Festival. In addition to live Appalachian folk music by duo Tim & Maggie, and a Southern-style pulled-pork supper ($15 per person or $40 per family), the celebration also features free children’s activities, plus arts & crafts and baked goods for sale. All proceeds support nonprofit organizations in West Virginia.

$15 – $40

Baroque Extravaganza

First Parish Bedford 75 The Great Road, Bedford

On Saturday, May 21, 2022 at 7 p.m. at First Parish, the Music Committee is sponsoring a fantastic concert, “A Baroque Extravaganza”.  It will feature a chamber orchestra playing Vivaldi’s “Spring” from “The Four Seasons”, a Concerto Grosso by Handel and J.S. Bach’s spectacular cantata, “Wir müssen durch viel Trüsal”, BWV 146. For the “Spring” concerto, the violin soloist will be First Parish’s own, Carlough Faulkner-Carroll; the opening movement will also feature Dorothy Anderson-Perales, recreating a heartfelt dance she choreographed for First Parish for Easter 2021.  The Bach cantata has an excellent line-up of soloists including Cynthia Mork, Benjamin Sears

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