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Anyone who grew up in New England probably took a fourth grade field trip to Old Sturbridge Village in Massachusetts. It is a recreation of a village from the 1830’s with original buildings and artifacts from a time where day-to-day life was, well although not easier, certainly less complicated. 764 more words


Daytrippers: Old Sturbridge Village prepares for busy holiday season

STURBRIDGE, Mass.–An old-fashioned Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the holiday season at the largest living history museum in the area.

“A lot of people remember coming to Old Sturbridge Village on a grammar school field trip, but it’s always different,” says Tom Kelleher, curator of the museum that depicts life in the 1800s.  195 more words



Raising Quinn meant that November 1st was always just the beginning of costumes. The point of Halloween for her had never been about candy, although she liked it, the point was always to become someone else. 1,305 more words