Celebrate 100 years of East Brookfield!
ALL EVENTS POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Thank you to the following local businesses for their support. Please shop local; local businesses give back to your community!
Event Sponsor : Howe Lumber
- 308 Lakeside
- CSX Transportation
- Lamothe & Associates
- Lamoureux Ford
- North Brookfield Savings Bank
- Bercume Equipment
- Brookfield Lions Club; EB Flatts; FLEXcon Company; Lake Lashaway Community Association; Meacham Companies; Morin Funeral Homes; Reflections of Time; Shaun Richard, CPA; Timberyard Brewing Co.; Vadar Systems
- Agnieszka Shanahan, DMD; Bell & Hudson Insurance Co.; Bill Keyes, Asphalt Paving; Central MA Regional Planning Commission; Cornerstone Bank; Jacobs Pinstriping & Lettering; Klem's; Pillsbury Funeral Homes; Quirk Wire Products; Sellia Group (McDonald's); Sherman Oil; Tasse's Oil & Propane; Uncle Sam's Pizza; West Brookfield Donuts; Zukas Hilltop Barn
We would also like to thank Printing Center USA for their support with our calendars and souvenir booklets. Visit https://www.printingcenterusa.com/printing/book-printing to see how they can help you with your print projects!
On March 24, 1920, after several previous attempts to separate from Brookfield, then Governor Calvin Coolidge signed a bill making East Brookfield an independent town.
Throughout the year of 2020, there will be several events to commemorate East Brookfield, the "Baby Town of Massachusetts" as the youngest town in the Commonwealth, at the age of 100.
Main events include a "Roarin' Twenties" Dance on April 4 and a Parade and Family Fun Day on September 12. Other events throughout the year include an ice skating party at the town beach, historical talks and tours, a cemetery walk, and more!
Since 2016, the 100th Anniversary Committee has been raising funds to make this celebration special. Click on "Fundraisers" at the top of this page to see how you can get involved!
Click here for our business plan.
Email us at EB100th@gmail.com with questions, to volunteer to help with events, or to donate to the celebration.