Concord250

07.18.2024

Ceremony Honoring George Washington Dugan

July 18 Ceremony Honoring George Washington Dugan - Details to come. Part of Concord250.

07.18.2024

We Were Friends Play

Award-winning Firelight Theatre Workshop presents We Were Friends, a playful reimagining of Margaret Fuller and Ralph Waldo Emerson’s profound friendship set in today’s world. In this 12-part series (two episodes of which are being performed at the Concord Museum this summer), Firelight explores the intimate and private moments of this deep, platonic friendship. The series...

Concord250

07.18.2024

Firelight Presents: We Were Friends, Episode One: Two Years In: Birthdays

Award-winning Firelight Theatre Workshop presents We Were Friends, a playful reimagining of Margaret Fuller and Ralph Waldo Emerson’s profound friendship set in today’s world. In this 12-part series (two episodes of which are being performed at the Concord Museum this summer), Firelight explores the intimate and private moments of this deep, platonic friendship. The series moves...

07.18.2024

Got seed?

July 18, 7pm, hybrid event—Author program in which Tim Johnson of the Native Plant Trust talks to Jennifer Jewell about her book "What We Sow: On the Personal, Ecological, and Cultural Significance of Seeds" at Thoreau Farm and they discuss related ideas about gardening, growing, and cultivating place. Thursday, July 18 7 pm At Thoreau...

Concord250

07.19.2024

What Makes History? New Stories from the Collection

Open until August 18 The things we keep matter for the stories we tell. What objects do we choose to preserve, and who is able to collect them? Why were they once valued, and how can we continue to see them in new ways? This special exhibition explores what it means to make history through...

Concord250

07.19.2024

Concord’s North Bridge: History and Memory

At 11:00 a.m. meet a Park Ranger at the benches by the North Bridge for this daily 30 minute program. Learn about the momentous battle at Concord’s North Bridge, where the British Army suffered its first casualties of the war, and the legacy of this event in American History. Happening every day but Mondays until...