Be sure to visit us this spring for these catalog events.
Wednesday, April 3 at 2:30 pm Singer Will LeMoy and Pianist Joe Reid: Cole Porter, Easy to Love: The life and music of one of America’s most prolific and beloved composers.
Thursday, April 11, at 11 am Actor, Writer, Director Johnny Kinsman: Two Lanterns, A Full Moon and a Petticoat: A 40 minute presentation and slide show about Paul Revere’s and William Dawes’ famous ride with some rarely reported and very surprising details!
Thursday, April 25 at 11 am Executive Director of the Museum of African American History in Boston, Marita Rivero with Rejoice in the Triumph of Freedom on the Robert Gould Shaw Memorial on Boston Common and the dramatic story that led to its creation.
Tuesday, April 30, at 2:30 pm Rabbi Rifat Sonsino: The power of charisma and the legends it creates. What do we really know about Jesus and Moses?
Wednesday, May 1 and Friday, May 10 at 11 am Author Barbara Berenson on the Women of Massachusetts during the Suffrage Movement
Thursday, May 2, 3pm artist talk, 4pm reception Artsts Chris Jeffrey and Gerri Rachins with Color Blast an installation that is all about the power of color.
Saturday, May 4, 3pm: Opera51 with An Afternoon at the Opera Selected favorites from Oper51’s past performances.
Friday, May 17th at 2pm Justice Denied: A very personal presentation by Marge Yamamoto about Japanese Incarceration during WWII and the lasting impact of her own family’s experience after being interned
Thursday, June 6 at 10:30 am William Fowler, Ph.D., author, retired executive director of the Massachusetts Historical Society and retired Professor, Northeastern University: An American Crisis: The story of the dramatic two years (October 1781-November 1783) after Genearal Cornwallis’s surrender at Yorktown when the nascent United States was on the brink of immediate collapse.
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