GRAFTON, Mass. — Grafton residents will be turning on their televisions this weekend to see whether they spot the locals and landmarks used during the filming of "The March Sisters at Christmas."
The movie was shot in Grafton in August. It will air on the Lifetime cable network at 8 p.m. Nov. 24, then at midnight, and again at 5 p.m. Nov. 25.
A modern retelling of Louisa Mae Alcott’s "Little Women," the movie is primarily set inside the family home, Orchard House, which in real life is a historic Greek Revival home at 35 North St.
Other Grafton locations used in the film include the Grafton Country Store and One Grafton Common, as well as spots around Worcester. Several Grafton residents, including a few firefighters on a Grafton truck, are featured.
Grafton is no stranger to movies. One of its most cherished landmarks, the bandstand on Grafton Common, was built as a prop for 1935's "Ah, Wilderness."
Did someone you know make the final cut in "The March Sisters at Christmas?" Note where in the movie they can be seen in the comments below.