Time Capsule

We are planning to compile a time capsule memory box, and are looking for content suggestions.

The box will be approximately 14" X 14" X 24"

What should go in it? What would future generations be interested in finding?

Please send your suggestions to!

Craft Fair

Calling All Crafters, Artisans, and Vendors!


Join our Mini Craft and Vendor Market during Northfield's 350th parade!


Date: Saturday, September 30th, 2023

Time: 10am until 3pm

Location: Parking lot area of 75-77 Main Street. Northfield, MA (across from IGA)

Booth Size: 10x10

Application Deadline: Thursday, September 14th, 2023


Showcase and sell your unique creations to a buzzing crowd.

Limited spots available! (Priority to Northfield vendors)

Town Treasure Hunt

The Northfield 350th Treasure Hunt is over and we have winners!

To win you had to have the correct locations, and be among the first to complete the forms clue sheets.

The Winners are:

  • Families with kids Grade 4 and up: Michal Bachini and son Noah Tavares and Zachary C. Grade 6
  • Families with kids up to Grade 3: Natalie Tavares, Grade 2

The $10 gift certificates for the Northfield Creamie will e available for pick-up at Dickinson Library starting at noon on Friday, September 1 st..

Thanks to everyone who participated!

Oral History Project

The Oral History Project team would love to hear from residents interested in telling about their lives and their knowledge and experiences of Northfield during individually recorded interviews. Your unique memories and perspectives have the power to enlighten, touch, and inspire not only others but perhaps even yourself as you reminisce! Once completed, each recording will be shared with the person interviewed through a digital audio file. Recordings will also be archived and made available to others interested in exploring these invaluable first-hand recollections. In addition, stories and themes that emerge will help us plan additional 350th Anniversary events for 2023.

From mid-August through the end of October 2022, interviews will be conducted by project members trained by folklorists and audio producers Michael and Carrie Kline. To express interest in being interviewed, please fill out and submit this online form: Northfield 350 Oral History Interview Interest Form. Alternatively, paper copies of the form will be available at Dickinson Memorial Library and the Northfield Senior Center, where you can also drop off your completed form or mail it to Joan Stoia, 94 Main St., Northfield, MA 01360. You'll then be contacted by an interviewer who will provide further information and, if you decide to participate, schedule an appointment for your interview.

Thank you for your interest in being interviewed; we'd be honored to preserve your thoughts and memories in this way!

Parade Map



Saturday November 4 the "Tree50th" Project continued work to add fifty shade and ornamental trees along Main Street as a "gift to the future" in honor of our 350th anniversary. Seven trees were planted in June; another 20 will go in in November, and the remaining trees will be placed in the spring of 2024. Led by a team of five members of the Northfield Garden Club, the project has obtained recommendations from a forester from the Community Forestry Program of the Dept of Conservation and Recreation, applied for a planting permit from MADOT, worked with local nursery Sugarloaf, knocked on doors of homeowners along Main Street and organized a group of volunteers to handle planting, watering and caring for the trees.

If you would like to support this effort, please send your donation to: Tree50th Project, Northfield Town Hall, 69 Main Street, Northfield, MA 01360, or access the donor link here.

Invitations to volunteer will be posted on this website, Next Door, and town information sites. We are hoping this gift to the town will have lasting benefits far into the future.

Photo Contest

Have you been taking pictures at 350th events? Become a part of Northfield history. Enter them in our 350th Photo Contest!

Entries accepted in the following categories:

Parade, Fireworks, Other Events, People/Family (related to 350th events)

Each category will have a Youth Division (12 and under), and an adult division (13 and over).

Pictures will be judged more on artistic merit than technical merit, so don't be shy!

One entry per person per category.

Submit your pictures via email to: Entertainment Committee Coordinator

Include your name, event category and division.

Deadline 12/31/23


All pictures, win or not, will become part of the 350th archive so that future generations can enjoy our celebration

Yes, there will be prizes!


We need your skills, time and talent!

There are many ways to volunteer throughout the coming year. Please choose the area(s) you are interested in and send in the form. Use the Preferences/Details section to let us know of any particular area, idea or interest you have. Be a part of this historic year in Northfield's history!

The first opportunity is at Kick-off help with children’s activities on Saturday 2/18 or staff a 350th merchandise table for an hour on Sunday 2/19. Please show your interest in volunteering by filling out our volunteer form!


Calling Musicians of Northfield!

One series of events throughout the 350th Celebration will showcase the talented musicians who reside in our town. We are seeking applications from talented Northfield residents who would like to participate. If you are a solo, in a band, or ensemble, only one member needs to be a Northfield resident. We are looking for musicians of all ages and all genres. If interested, please contact Bruce Kahn via email:

Let us know of questions or ideas you may have!

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