SUTTON — Sutton Historical Society Inc., a 501(c)3 organization, will host a returnable bottle and can drive during the week of July 9-July 17.
Swing by the M. M. Sherman Blacksmith Shop, 6 Singletary Ave., and drop your items in the trailer which will be parked alongside the building. Tell your family, friends and neighbors.
Being a small organization dedicated to preserving the history of Sutton, the funds from this drive help us keep our programs going and our buildings operating. So don’t toss out those returnables from your 4th of July events, give them to us!
QR codes and more
If you are out and about around town this summer, take note of the QR codes at various locations, including the Town Center Cemetery, the General Rufus Putnam Museum, the M. M. Sherman Blacksmith Shop, the Manchaug Diorama in the Manchaug Mills, and the Cattle Pound and Hearse House.
These signs, funded through a grant with the Sutton Cultural Council, a local agency, supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency, allow the visitor to complete a self-guided tour by accessing historical site information on their smartphones. Information can also be found under “More” – “Self-guided Tours” at suttonhistoricalsocietyinc.org.
As always, members of the Society are available to provide tours of the General Rufus Putnam Museum, the Eight Lots School House, the M. M. Sherman Blacksmith Shop, and the Town Center Cemetery. If interested, please reach out to us at [email protected].
Lastly, for a little light reading, check out all of our historic newsletters recently uploaded to our website under the Newsletters tab.
Membership to the society is open year round. Applications can be downloaded from the website. Join us today and be a steward of Sutton’s rich history.