This seasonal award is presented to an hourly Old North Foundation employee who exemplifies the highest staff standards and sets the bar in the following criteria: – desire and ability to go above and beyond his/her job description – interaction and level of engagement with our visitors – customer service skills – general positive and […]
Writing to his wife Abigail in 1776, John Adams was convinced that Independence would—and should—be celebrated with a great anniversary festival, with “pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires, and illuminations, from one end of this continent to the other, from this time forward, forevermore.” About all of that, John Adams […]
Did you miss Michael Greenburg’s lecture Paul Revere: Beyond the Midnight Ride on Wednesday, March 25? Watch it online, courtesy of Matt Conti at North End Waterfront News! Discover more about Paul Revere’s complex personality and what happened after the failed Penobscot Expedition, which resulted in his court martial.
This award is presented to an Old North Foundation educator who exemplifies the highest standards of our education team, based on several factors including interactions with our visitors, ability to handle daily duties AND unexpected situations, teamwork, reliability and dedication, and presentation skills. Linda is our Chief Chocolate Interpreter. While she is a versatile educator […]
By Jessica Nelson After almost 300 years of existence, an institution is bound to accumulate an interesting collection of objects. And having interned over the summer with the Old North Foundation, I can certainly confirm that this is a fact. I was brought in to be the first Collections Intern to work with the site, […]