Santa will be available December 3rd from 11-2 at the Rugged Bear Plaza for any Good Boys and Girls who wish to pay him a visit, as part of the Sudbury Chamber of Commerce SHOP SUDBURY and annual TOYS for TOTS DRIVE!
DON’T FORGET YOUR CAMERA!
Get in Shape for Women will donate $1 to the USMC Toys for Tots campaign for every pound you loose!
Visit http://www.getinshapeforwomen.com/ for more!
Please join us on December 13th, 2011 at 5:30 PM for the next Chamber meeting at The Grand Opening of:
Sudbury Wine and Spirits
Rugged Bear Plaza
410 Boston Post Road
Sudbury, MA 01776
Monday, November 14. 16$ Prime Rib dinner. Meal includes 14 0z slice of Prime rib, baked potato, seasonal vegetable. Served with Au jus and horseradish sour cream sauce. Make your reservations early.
Receive a 10% discount on Gift Card purchases of 200$ or more on or before December 5th, when you mention the Sudbury Chamber of Commerce. Get all your Holiday shopping done while you enjoy dinner!
Prudential Stephan REALTORS will be accepting donations of toys, for “Toys For Tots”, Daily from 9-5 through December 18.
Prudential Stephan REALTORS
400 Boston Post Road
Sudbury, MA 01776
A Very Victorian Christmas Carol returns to the Wayside Inn for two shows, brought to life by actor and Framingham native Al LePage—all in the enchanted Martha Mary Chapel!
Friday, December 16th at 8pm: “Done Like Dickens”
Dickens’ very own Historic Script and Acting-style come to life!
Saturday, December 17th at 2pm: “A Christmas Carol Times Two”
LIVE English Christmas Carol Organ Music combined with a shorter version of Dickens historic Carol script!
Friday’s performance is best enjoyed by adults and mature children age 10 upwards, and Saturdays performance will best serve families with children age 7 and up, and older adults, too!
LePage will portray “Englishman Thomas Hutchinson, Traveling Thespian” in a dramatic reading of the version which Charles Dickens himself originally edited and performed. And, as Dickens himself did it, will re-create all 26 characters by miraculously transforming himself through his use of voice, facial expressions, and gestures. LePage dramatically sets the stage by interacting with the audience too, just before the performance begins, in the character and clothing of the Victorian era—adding some new twists and surprises to the sold-out performances he’s had for the last 3 years!
$10 admission per person includes holiday cookies served during intermission, and all proceeds benefit the emergency food pantry “A Place to Turn” and the non-profit mission of the Wayside Inn Historic Site.
Seating is general admission and limited to only 140 tickets for each performance. Phone (978) 443-1776 for reservations beginning November 1st. No refunds. All sales final.
December 11, 2011
This holiday classic is guaranteed to you in the spirit of the season!
Join us for this much anticipated holiday favorite presented by the Memorial Congregational Church of Sudbury, and perhaps join us for dinner at America’s oldest Inn before the show!
Choose from either of two shows:
5:00pm or 7:00pm
This talented group of local musicians will literally “ring in” the holiday season with festive melodies we all recognize and love. Held in the charming atmosphere of the Wayside Inn’s Martha Mary Chapel, this yule tide classic is designed for both young and old audiences alike.
General seating is limited to 140 only. Tickets are $10 each and are available by phoning (978) 443-1776 beginning November 1st. No refunds. All sales final.
This Holiday Season Member Businesses will be Hosting a series of Events, Specials and Discounts!
Shop Sudbury celebrates the diversity and creativity of Sudbury businesses and is designed to support local businesses during the Holidays. The Chamber Spotlights and Hosts a series of events including our annual TOYS for TOTS drive, Pictures with Santa, Route 20 Holiday Banners, Reusable Shop Sudbury Shopping Bags and much more to help promote Sudbury Businesses! www.Sudbury.org showcases the many Events, Specials and Discounts being offered by our member businesses.
Sudbury Patch has an article with pictures about the Chamber’s Annual Golf that was held on October 11.
In this talk Chamber board member David Gadarian will walk you through some of the “digital decisions” regarding how and why we made the most recent Sudbury Chamber of Commerce website. In addition Gadarian will be providing ideas, tips and suggestions about how you might want to apply some of these same principles to your own website with an added emphasis on local marketing.
Please join us at our General Network Meeting
454 Boston Post Road, Sudbury
Tuesday October 11th, 2011
5:30 p.m.–7:00 p.m.
Tuesday, November 8th
“Communities Connected by Water” presentation to the Sudbury Chamber of Commerce – June 14, 2011
Nancy Bryant, Executive Director, SuAsCo Watershed Community Council
For the past fourteen years, Nancy has been the Executive Director of the SuAsCo Watershed Community Council, leading the organization from a “good idea” to a “successful reality”. This non-profit organization is comprised of representatives from businesses, municipal/state/federal and regional government, and environmental organizations. The Council’s mission is to “promote blue waters and a green economy through education and collaboration”. Nancy has led the Council to a strong and respected reputation in the watershed, organized the Council’s well attended annual “River Visions” conferences, created the “Stormwater Matters Program”, and recruited and managed volunteers. Promoting educational efforts through media interviews, press releases, website design, brochures, guest lectures, and representation on a number of local Boards, Nancy is truly known as the “voice of the SuAsCo”.
Nancy holds a Bachelors Degree from Bowdoin College, a Masters Degree in Water Resources Management from the University of Wisconsin and a Masters in Elementary Education from Lesley College. She has also worked as an environmental consultant, a science and math teacher, and as an aquatic biologist for the State of Vermont.
Tonight Nancy will be speaking to us about watersheds, stormwater, and what we can do to make a difference in improving our environment, specifically right here in the Sudbury-Assabet-Concord River Watershed.
The Sewer Assessment Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) will be hosting a meeting to discuss and answer questions regarding the Route 20 sewer project on:
Wednesday, May 25, 2011 – 7:30 pm @ Town Hall, 322 Concord Road
All interested residents and business owners are encouraged to attend to become informed about this project prior to the June 7th ballot vote on the $1 million appropriation for design and permitting of the project.
For more information, including a detailed Frequently Asked Questions brochure, graphics of the project, and the 2011 Annual Town Meeting presentations, please visit the committee’s web page at
For more information about the meeting, call Jody Kablack, Planning and Community Development Director, at 978-639-3387.
This month’s Chamber meeting touched on a number of topics of interest to Sudbury businesses and residents. The meeting was held Tuesday evening at the Wayside Inn.
Our keynote speaker was John Fossett, Senior Vice President at Middlesex Savings Bank, who spoke about the recent turmoil and change in the banking industry. After providing some perspective by comparing the recent crisis to others over the past 40 years, John gave us some “insider” advice on how small businesses can best work with their banks.
Louis Stephan, the Chamber president, also gave an update on the Rt. 20 sewer project. The $1 million design phase funding was preliminarily approved at the Town Meeting last week, but must now be approved in a special election on June 7. The proposed project has significant implications for the Sudbury business community and for the long-term viability of our downtown business district.
Louis also provided an update on The Event Under the Tent, the upcoming fundraiser to support Sudbury’s Fourth of July Parade. The Event takes place this Saturday, May 14, from 7:00 PM to midnight at the Wayside Inn. Capacity is limited, so we strongly encourage people to buy their tickets in advance. For more information, visit the Event webpage at http://www.sudbury.org/event.
For more details on the Chamber meeting, see this excellent article in the Sudbury Patch by reporter Helen Young.
Greetings, Sudbury Residents!
From May 4th through June 14th, 2011, Liberty Mutual Insurance is hosting Bring Back the 4th™, an online contest that Sudbury community members can enter for a chance to win one of ten $10,000 grants to support the Sudbury Chamber of Commerce Fourth of July Parade!
All our community members need to do is visit www.BringBackThe4th.com
between May 4th and June 14th and take a brief multiple choice quiz on
“Responsible Moments in U.S. History.” Each completed quiz counts as one
credit towards a city or town’s total score.
Towns with the highest quiz participation will be eligible to win one of
10 Bring Back the 4th™ grants, distributed via three population-based
categories: small (4 grants), medium (3 grants) and large (3 grants).
Please note the contest allows for one quiz per person, and winners will
be announced the week of June 20th, 2011. Official contest rules can be found
on the Bring Back the 4th™ website.
So visit www.BringBackthe4th.com today, to take the quiz and find
helpful tools for spreading the word in our community!
The Sudbury Chamber of Commerce
From the Sudbury town website:
The Route 20 Sewer Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) has prepared a comprehensive list of questions and answers to assist residents in informing themselves on Article 20 at the Annual Town Meeting, which requests an appropriation of approximately $1 million for the design and permitting of the Route 20 sewer project. If Article 20 passes at Town Meeting, a ballot vote will be needed for the appropriation. The ballot vote (election) is tentatively scheduled for June 2011.
The Route 20 sewer project is a long term project designed to sustain Sudbury both environmentally and economically. It aims to protect Sudbury’s drinking water in the Route 20 aquifer area, as well as assist businesses with their wastewater disposal so that they can stay and grow in Sudbury. Without alternative wastewater disposal, there is a risk of groundwater contamination and loss of business.
See http://sudbury.ma.us/news/3387/ for more information
Please join us at our General Networking Meeting
Featuring: John Fossett – SBA/Government Lending SVP Middlesex Savings Bank
Sudbject: Banking 2011 Turmoil and Change: A Retrospective
When: May 10, 2011 5:30-7:00 p.m.
Where: Longfellow’s Wayside Inn 72 Wayside Inn Road, Sudbury
Free hors d’oeuvres • cash bar
Save the Dates: The Event Under The Tent, May 14th – Next meeting June 14th
RT. 20 Sewer Advisory Committee to give presentation to Chamber Meeting on Tuesday April 12, 2011 @ 5:30 pm at the Wayside Inn.
From the Advisory Committee’s letter…
Dear Sudbury Business Leader,
Sudbury faces a significant challenge to continue providing and preserving drinking water from underground aquifers to all residents, and sustaining the viability of our commercial property. Sudbury relies almost entirely on individual on-site septic systems for the disposal and treatment of wastewater (both residential and commercial). This is generally not an issue in residential areas, but as you may know, it has become a major problem in the areas of commercial development, particularly along an approximately 2 mile stretch of Boston Post Road. The Town’s majority of business establishments, with almost 1 million square feet of commercial real estate, are located along this stretch of Boston Post Road, as are the Town’s water supply wells. The continued reliance on septic systems for wastewater disposal is severely limiting the growth of existing businesses, curtailing the types of businesses that are able to locate in Sudbury, eliminating the possibility of introducing mixed-use development along the corridor, and threatening the…
Downloadthe full letter…
Download the TOWN OF SUDBURY, MASSACHUSETTS ROUTE 20 BUSINESS DISTRICT WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT PLAN UPDATE AUGUST 2010
Join us at Longfellow’s Wayside Inn on Tuesday April 12, 2011 for the April monthly Chamber meeting. This month’s meeting will feature:
- Andrew Gheezi of AOL’s Sudbury Patch
- Jody Kablack, Town Planner “Sewers & Sudbury” RT. 20 Sewer Advisory Committee to give presentation
Sudbury faces a significant challenge to continue providing and preserving drinking water from underground aquifers to all residents, and sustaining the viability of our commercial property. Sudbury relies almost entirely on individual on-site septic systems for the disposal and treatment of wastewater (both residential and commercial).
Download the full letter…
The meeting begins at 5:30PM, and there will be free hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar.
We look forward to seeing you there!
SAVE THE DATE! Next Months Meeting is May 10th!