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Sudbury, MA local information, discount coupons, local events and local businesses are hear at SudburyMassachusetts.com. Sudbury is one of the older towns in the New England area having been incorporated in 1639. Sudbury is a charming community located about 20 miles west of Boston along route 20 and Route 117.
It is rooted deeply in history and is known for Longfellow's Wayside Inn and the Redstone Schoolhouse where Mary brought her little lamb. Along the Wayside Inn Road you will also find the Martha Mary Chapel and the Grist Mill which still operates for demonstration purposes today.
Sudbury is noted for its excellent schools and well managed government. Another benefit that the residents of Sudbury enjoy is its clean and delicious underground water supply. Sudbury truly offers all of the best for its proud residents.
Mike Freedman was a very special person - he loved his family, his friends and he had a lifelong passion for soccer, first as a player and then as a coach. Mike was taken from us much too young, and in his memory we have put together a Co-Ed 7 v 7 soccer tournament fundraiser, all the proceeds to benefit Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Each team can have up to 10 players, the minimum age to paly is 18 years old. The registration fee is $300.00/team. For more information, contact Alan Freedman at email@example.com. Let's Kick Cancer for Mike!
When: May 18, 2014 8 AM to May 18, 2014 7 PMin Sudbury, Massachusetts Cost: $300.00/team, registration by May 4, 2014. (Sun, 18 May 2014 08 )
With over 25 years of experience, Challenger Sports have developed one of the most innovative approaches to coaching youth soccer in the US. Our international coaches study the game at all levels and we have identified the key techniques and skills that players of all ages need to work on and master to reach their true potential. Add this to one of the most fun and up beat camp programs possible and you have a week of soccer that your child will never forget!
This summer Challengers team of over 1,000 British Soccer coaches will teach your child soccer with a truly unique twist! The British Soccer camp combines the latest and greatest foot-skills, feints, moves, juggling, core techniques and game tactics, with a variety of cultural and educational experiences for the players. The highlight of the week is the camp World Cup. Coaches use this daily tournament to teach the players about history, customs and traditions of other countries. Challenger also weaves lessons on Respect, Responsibility, Integrity, Leadership and Sportsmanship into the campers daily routine.
Each camper will receive a FREE British Soccer Camp T-Shirt and Soccer Ball, a FREE Giant Soccer Poster and a personalized Skills Performance Evaluation. In addition, any child who signs up online at least 45 days prior to camp will receive a genuine British Soccer Replica Jersey (value $39)
Programs for all ages and abilities. All camps run Monday through Friday.
First Kicks 1 hour each day, ages 2-4
MiniKickers 2 hours each day, ages 4-6
Half Day Camps 3 hour each day, ages 6-16
Full Day Camps 6 hour each day, ages 8-18
Team Camps 3 or 6 hours each day, all ages.
When: Jul 14, 2014 9 AM to Jul 18, 2014 9 PMin Sudbury, Massachusetts Cost: Various camps - See Website (Mon, 14 Jul 2014 09 )
Original Ballet Adaptation of Make Way for Ducklings
Dance Prism offers a nostalgic re-creation of Boston in the early '40s inspired by the city's most beloved children's tale, Robert McCloskey's Make Way for Ducklings. This original ballet traces the journey of Mr. and Mrs. Mallard and their family of ducklings from their quiet nest on the Charles River to their new home in the Boston Public Garden. Guided by Michael the Policeman, the family encounters a lively bunch of characters from soldiers, sailors, shoppers and street vendors to dog-walkers, swing dancers and baseball-playing boys. After the performance, you can meet the mallards and enjoy balloons, cotton candy and more. This is a production that has something for everyone, from young children to their grandparents and great-grandparents who might be part of the "Great Generation" of the '40s.
Dance Prism will offer a nostalgic reincarnation of Boston in the early 1940s through Variations on Make Way for Ducklings, a tribute to Robert McCloskey's beloved tale, at The Collins Center, Andover, MA on Saturday, April 5; at the Curtis Theater, Sudbury, MA on Saturday, April 26; and at the Performing Arts Center, Littleton, on Sunday, April 27, All performances are at 2:30 pm. Inspired by the familiar journey of Mr. and Mrs. Mallard and their family of ducklings through Boston’s traffic to the Public Garden, Dance Prism recreates the 1940s city of soldiers and sailors, young lovers and playful children. Following the performance the company will offer children and adults an "UnCommon Afternoon," a complementary reception evoking the atmosphere of the 1940s Public Garden.
Tickets are $18 for children and seniors, $24 for adults and include the reception; generous group discounts are offered and special programs are available for youth groups. Seating is reserved; handicapped seating is available and easily accessible. For tickets and information, call 978- 371-1038 or order online at www.danceprism.com.
You're Invited to the Sudbury Social Tweetup on Thursday, April 24
Two local residents, Bob Cargill and Phil Hollows, will be hosting their 32nd Sudbury Social Tweetup on Thursday, April 24, at the restaurant, 29 Sudbury, at 29 Hudson Road in Sudbury from 6:30-8:30 P.M.
The purpose of this networking event is to bring together business people, marketers and professionals who live or work in Sudbury and the surrounding communities who want to meet others from the area and learn more about social media such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, YouTube and blogs.
Bob and Phil host the Sudbury Social Tweetup on the last Thursday of each month. At each Tweetup, an informal discussion is held about different social media-related topics and issues.
May 4, 2014 10:00 AM to 03:00 PM Admission: $10 for Adults and Children 12 and older. $5 for Children ages 5-11. free for Children under 5. Come join many other dog lovers for a day filled with family and canine fun while helping to raise money for homeless dogs! Paws in the Park will be at Longfellow's Wayside Inn in Sudbury, MA. Some of the activities that will be running throughout the day include an Agility Try-out ring, A Parade of Adoptable Dogs, Doggie Games, face painting for the kids, a silent auction, food, exhibitors, and more.
Mike Freedman, 1951-2013, was a very special person, and he had a lifelong passion for soccer, first as a player and then as a youth coach in his hometown of Sudbury. Mike was taken from us much too young, and in his memory we are having a 7 v 7 soccer tournament, with all of the proceeds to benefit Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Whether you are a beginner, or an expert soccer player, join us as we KICK CANCER FOR MIKE, on Sunday, May 18. You must be at least 18 years old, and there is no maximum age. Teams must be co-ed. The cost per team is $300.00.
For registration materials: http://ahfreedman142.wix.com/kick-cancer-for-mike.
When: May 18, 2014 8 AM to May 18, 2014 6 PMin Sudbury, Massachusetts (Sun, 18 May 2014 08 )
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