The Bedford Town Calendar


Lost and Found

Town of Bedford, MA 10 Mudge Way, Bedford

This show, juried by Jessica Straus, examines our relationships with familiar, unfamiliar and defamiliarized objects. Sometimes we find things we never knew we lost. They have been hidden away in our attics or our drawers. Other things we discover in the dailiness of our lives. We find meaning and even healing in found objects and pieces from the past. Meanings are created somewhere between claiming and severing relationships with objects, between reviving and recasting their history. The work starts with a found object which must be physically embedded or transformed into the piece itself. Objects may be recognizable or beyond


Winter Community Breakfast

Bedford High School 9 Mudge Way, Bedford

After a three year hiatus, the Rotary Club of Bedford’s Winter Community Breakfast (formerly known as Breakfast with Santa) is returning on December 11, 2022 from 9 AM to 12 PM at Bedford High School. Our aim is to hold an event that will be inclusive of all members of our growing and diverse Bedford community. As in years past, there will be a hot pancake breakfast, winter crafts, photos with Santa, and a commemorative coloring book for the children to take home. New this year will be the addition of an Edible Snow Creature Building Contest, games, and activities


Holiday House Tour – 2022 Edition

Town of Bedford, MA 10 Mudge Way, Bedford

Get into the Holiday Spirit with the annual Holiday House Tour. Festivities include Map of Holiday Homes in Bedford Reindeer Scavenger Hunt Horse-Drawn Carriage Ride Visit with Santa Night of good old family fun! Sponsored by Suzanne & Company. ALL DONATIONS GO TO SUPPORT BEDFORD FAMILIES IN NEED THIS SEASON  

Juror Talk and Artists Reception

The Umbrella Arts Center 40 Stow St., Concord

Opening reception and talk for current exhibition “Lost and Found” Join Umbrella Arts Center for an opening reception to celebrate our newest Main Gallery exhibition, "Lost and Found"! Meet the artists and hear about the exhibit from juror, Jessica Straus. Free and open to the public.

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