The Bedford Town Calendar


Earth, Sea, Sky

Town of Bedford, MA 10 Mudge Way, Bedford

Jan 8 - Feb 12, 2023 Opening Reception - January 12, 5-7PM Landscape and seascape have been an inspiration for artists since the first artists tried to represent the world around them. In Earth, Sea, Sky, Suzanne Hill, Liz Newell and Barbara Willis present unique visions of landscapes in clay and fiber arts.



Town of Bedford, MA 10 Mudge Way, Bedford

The FBCOA plans to meet on the 3rd Tuesday of September, October, November, January, April and June at 1:00pm Come and let us know what programs you would enjoy on ZOOM and in-person, and give your input on the programs that are now being presented. You DO NOT have to be a member to come to a board meeting. We have people of all ages joining us to assist Bedford's senior adults and take part in the many benefits of FBCOA sponsored programs. For more info call Leslie 781 276 7999 The Friends of the Bedford Council on Aging (FBCOA)

The Concord Orchestra presents “The Vernacular Express”

51 Walden Center for the Performing Arts 51 Walden Street, Concord

The orchestra, directed by Eric Culver, performs Bernard Hoffer’s Fanfare for Dick, George Gershwin’s An American in Paris, Bernard Hoffer’s Kurt Weill Songbook, and Charles Ives’ Symphony No. 2. Guest conductor Eric Culver has been The Concord Orchestra’s consulting conductor during the process of finding a new music director. He has been active as a composer, pianist and conductor at New Stagecraft Theater Company in New York City, Huntington Theater in Boston, A.R.T. in Cambridge and Signature Theater in Arlington, Virginia.  He is now in his fifth season conducting the Hanover Theater's full "Nutcracker" in Worcester. The program “The Vernacular


Ice Dam Prevention Workshop

Town Center 12 Mudge Way, Bedford

Ice Dam Prevention Energy prices are on the rise!  In this seminar, we will discuss air sealing and insulation and how to safely reduce your home’s energy use and lower your energy costs, reduce your carbon footprint and increase comfort. If you recall the winter of 2015, it was a bad one for ice dams and the problems associated with them. Ice dams and icicles are usually a symptom of air leaks through the home’s thermal envelope in the attic. There’s a right way and a wrong way to try to prevent ice dams from recurring. Don’t throw insulation at

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