During the month of April, the Sudbury Art Association is hosting a birdhouse-themed auction and a community art project as a means of raising awareness and funds for Protect Sudbury*.
Auction: Visit and bid THROUGHOUT APRIL!
Throughout the month of April, visit local Sudbury businesses to see the birdhouses created by talented local artists. All of the birdhouses will be together for a final viewing on April 29 and 30th at Laurel Grove (339 Boston Post Road, Sudbury). Bidding closes on April 30 at 3PM.
Can you visit all the birdhouses around town? Download and print this checklist and try to visit all the birdhouses around Sudbury and mark the ones you have found in the circle at the left. The first twenty-five people to return this sheet to us at Laurel Grove on each Saturday April 29 (10am-5pm) and Sunday, April 30 (noon-5pm) will receive a small prize. Click the checklist button below to download.
Create your own birdhouse at Laurel Grove on April 29 + 30!
Want to participate in the fun? Bring your family and friends to decorate a birdhouse of your own to take home.
Saturday, April 29 (10-5) + Sunday, April 30 (12-5)
Laurel Grove (339 Boston Post Road, Sudbury)
Suggested donation to decorate a birdhouse: $35.00
To secure a birdhouse for decorating, advanced ticket purchase is suggested.
Please note, due to the nature of this ticket setup, we are unable to sell more than one birdhouse per person per time slot in a transaction. If you would like to purchase more than one house for the time slot you signed up for, please contact us at email@example.com and we will be happy to assist you. Apologies for the inconvenience.
*Protect Sudbury is a local non-profit dedicated to preserving and protecting the environment, landscape, health, safety, historic character and property values of the town. It’s primary objective is to prevent the Eversource plan to install high voltage power lines along the MBTA right of way, and to prevent above-ground power lines anywhere in Sudbury.