Has it been awhile since your high school history classes? Have you been watching too many historically inaccurate movies or TV shows? Or maybe you’re just looking for some old-fashioned intellectual stimulation? Then look no further than Old North’s Mini Courses! Each month we will offer a new mini-course on a variety of topics for […]
On April 18th, 2020, two lanterns were lit in the steeple of Old North Church to mark the anniversary of Paul Revere’s Midnight Ride. The lanterns remained lit on April 19 as we honored essential workers, medical professionals & first responders on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, and on Monday April 20 to […]
Special thanks again to our program partners: Boston Women’s Heritage Trail, Gender Equity in Museums Movement (GEMM), and New England Museum Association (NEMA). And to our incredible speakers! Casey Baines, Scarlett V. Hoey, Chloe Lin, Marie Palladino, Maddy Rodriguez, Jodie Smith, Jen Steele, Dina Vargo, Dr. Lisa Wong, and Rebecca Sivitz.
For nearly 250 years, Old North has stood as a beacon of bravery, determination, and hope in the face of challenging times. Because of COVID-19, the gates to our iconic site have been closed to visitors since March 14 and will remain closed for the foreseeable future. As a result, we face a critical funding […]
Whether you’re a teacher looking for lesson plans and activities to continue educating your students virtually, or a parent in search of resources to engage your kids during their time away from school, Old North is here to help! The two downloadable and printable packets below can provide parents, teachers, and homeschoolers with all the […]