Pepperell News

 
Pepperell’s Lawrence Library – 15 Main Street, Pepperell, MA – Read More
  November 20 – 6:00 PM Youth Chess Club
  November 28 – 7:00 PM Gingerbread House Building Workshop
  November 29 – 10:00 AM Gingerbread House Competition
Pepperell VFW – Eastwood Peak Band November 24, 2018. Donations $15.00 Dollars.
Community Church of Pepperell Christmas Fair – Saturday, December 1st, 2018 from 9am to 2pm. Location: 3 Townsend Street, Pepperell, MA. Offering children’s activities, basket raffle, wreaths, collectibles, pre-owned toys, jewelry and books. Traditional Holiday Luncheon: 11:30am to 1:00pm $9.00 per person, $30.00 maximum per family. Traditional ham and turkey luncheon, including side dishes and dessert. Pictures with Santa: 10:30am to 11:30am and 12:00pm to 1:00pm. Visit our website to learn more at PepperellChurch.org
Blink! Light and Sound Show – November 28, 2018 – January 1, 2019. Blink!, the world famous light and sound show, will return to deck the halls this holiday season at Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Blink! features the signature holiday tree at Marketplace Center joined by other trees and lights throughout the property. This year’s Blink! show features six holiday favorites. Performances run from 4:30 to 10 pm daily through January 1, 2019. Read More
Welcome to TechNight – The free and open meeting of ham radio and electronics hobbyists. TechNight is held every 2nd Thursday of the month, from 7-10 PM, at the Grady Research Building in Ayer, MA. Next meeting December 14th, 2018. Read More



Pepperell Sport Fishing – Pepperell Massachusetts has some of the best fishing spots in New England (The Squannacook & The Nissitissit) thanks to the “Squan-a-Tissit Chapter of Trout Unlimited”. Here is the most recent newsletter from editor Dave Armstrong. Click Here for the Newsletter
Pepperell Foodie Scene – All Star Lineup !!
  Breens Diner – Read More
  C&S Pizza of Pepperell – Read More
  Mariano’s – Read More
  Charlotte’s Cozy Kitchen – Read More
  Tea Cafe Restaurant – Read More
Fruitlands Museum | Harvard, MA | Read More
  November 23 – Green Friday Opt Outside Hike
  December 1 – Fruitlands Museum Holiday Open House
  December 5 – Rare Book Talk and Appraisals with Kenneth Gloss
  December 8 – Owl Prowl
  December 15 – Snow Globe Making
  These are just partial listings …
Opulence Rediscovered: The Romanov Liturgical Silver. Museum of Russian Icons, Clinton, MA. Running to January 13, 2019. The Museum is pleased to announce the first exhibition in more than 50 years of a lost masterpiece, an extraordinary set of Orthodox liturgical implements made in 1877 as part of the imperial dowry of Grand Duchess Maria Alexandrovna Romanova (1853-1920), the only surviving daughter of Russian Emperor Alexander II. She married Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, in 1874, and used this opulent silver set in her private chapel in the Clarence House British Royal Residence in London. Read More
Indian Hill Music – Littleton, MA – Read More
  November 30 – Tomoko Omura
Bailey’s Bar & Grille – Live Musicians Every Wednesday and Saturday. Read More
Whisky Magazine – Celebrating the whiskies of the world. Read More
Country Folks Mane Stream – Check This Out – A monthly equine publication serving all breeds and disciplines in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic equine markets. Read More
The Frugalwoods Community – Interesting! Financial independence and simple living. Looking to cut overhead expenditures? Get a different perspective on life … Read More
Fort Devens Museum – Fort Devens and its predecessor Camp Devens played an enormous role in the defense of the nation during the twentieth century as the induction and training center for more than 1,000,000 New Englanders, was home to prisoner-of-war camps during both World Wars, the site of Dr. Robert Goddard’s early liquid-fuel rocket tests, and ground zero during the Great Influenza Epidemic of 1918. Read More
THE GROTON INN – Overlooking the picturesque rolling hills of Groton, MA, just 35 miles from Boston, The Groton Inn opened its doors in May 2018 to regain its stature as one of the most prominent lodging establishments in New England. America’s oldest inn, the original structure (circa 1678) was destroyed by fire in 2011 and has been meticulously reimagined as a new 60-room boutique hotel – one that echoes the legacy of three centuries of gracious hospitality while featuring modern amenities and world class service. Read More !! Read More
New England Studios – “We are creating life in these cities, which is exactly what we thought would happen,” Byers said. “We’re talking about a significant amount of jobs that have been created and a lot of money that has been spent in Massachusetts.” Read More
O’Neil Cinemas – A 72-foot-wide curved screen, the biggest in Boston’s Metro Northwest region. Read more

Pepperell Dam and Waterfall – Off Route 113 feeds a large diameter steel pipe that connects to the base of the hydro plant. The water under the force of gravity propels the turbines generating electricity.

COOL STUFF CATEGORY – Museum of Russian Icons – The Museum of Russian Icons inspires the appreciation and study of Russian culture by collecting and exhibiting one of the world’s largest collections of Russian icons … Read More
The Foodie Scene – TastingNashua dot Com – Over 140 Restaurants Listed !! – Read More
AMC Theaters in Tyngsboro – Mix, Shake or Stir Up the Movies – Now, you can grab your favorite beer, wine, or cocktail for the show. Meet at MacGuffins and take your drink with you to the movie. Read More
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  November 24 – Trans-Siberian Orchestra
  December 8 to 9 – Northeast Knockout
  January 3 to 6, 2019 – Cirque Du Soleil – Corteo
  This is just a partial listing. many other events available
SNHU (Verizon) Arena Manchester, NH Read More
  November 23 – Trans-Siberian Orchestra
  December 4 – Dave Matthews Band
  December 8 – Chris Young
  December 12 – Cirque Dreams Holidaze
  December 15 – Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra
The Bull Run Concert Series – 215 Great Road, Shirley, MA – Read More
  November 21 – The Green Sisters
  November 23 – Johnny A
  November 23 and 24 – Nick Locapo – Magic Show!
  November 24 – The Stompers: 41st Anniversary Rock & Roll Revelry
  Many other events. Check website for the latest !!
SuperMarkets …
  Donelan’s Supermarket – Pepperell Location – Read More
  Hannaford Supermarket  – Townsend Location – Read More
  Market Basket  – Littleton Location – Read More
  Ayer Shop ‘n Save – Ayer Location – Read More
  Rite Aid – Pepperell Location – Read More
Ultra Marathons – Ultra Marathons are Just That! – Expect to run from 50 to 100 miles and perhaps even more. In one race !! Training starts with slow jogs for months to build stamina. Your diet must be consistent to maintain a day to day energy level. They key point is to rack up as many miles as possible per week (at a slow pace) in all types of weather. Acclimation to all sorts of discomfort is the norm. Remember these races are won on pure endurance. Fast times are not necessarily a priority. See FunWarrior.com
Boston Theatre District PLUS !! – Shows, Theatre, Comedy, and Museums from Boston to the Berkshires – Read More
The Lottery http://www.MassLottery.com/
Redbox Movies – 7-Eleven, 2 Tarbell Street Pepperell. Read More
Recliners AMC Theatres in Tyngsboro, MA
AMC Theatres – An easy seven to eight miles from Pepperell heading east on Route 113. What they now have are very comfortable recliners to sit in inaddition to the visually perfect screen and audio. Makes for a great family event. Read More
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Cinema World Fitchburg – We are conveniently located in the John Fitch Plaza at 476 John Fitch Highway, Fitchburg, MA 01420. Read More