How We Live: Community Through Housing | Panel DiscussionPresented in partnership with Historic Boston Incorporated Panelists: Christine Clements, Angie Liou, Raber UmphenourModerated by Donna Brown Nothing is a hotter topic in Boston than housing: the constantly rising costs of rent and home ownership, the gentrification of certain neighborhoods, the lack of diversity in other neighborhoods, […]
Old North’s first exhibit on site, Piece-ful Voices, opened on March 1 just in time for Women’s History Month. In partnership with the New England Quilt Museum in Lowell, we displayed six quilts in Patriots Corner, our new rotating gallery space across from Captain Jackson’s Historic Chocolate in the Clough House. As a result of […]
We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience, but our June 19 lecture by Amanda Goodheart Parks, Sweethearts at Sea, has been rescheduled for Wednesday, July 24 due to an unforeseen conflict. We hope this new date works well for interested attendees. Please register here. We hope to see you on July 24!
For Boston’s first two hundred years, “a flown sheate, a faire winde, and a boune voyage” were wishes at the heart of the city’s life and economy. Travel under sail was commonplace and central to the culture, across classes. Join us for ten memorable stories spanning that era, drawn from first-person accounts by Bostonians capturing the […]
Boston Harborfest is a nearly forty-year-old tradition celebrating Boston’s maritime and revolutionary history. Each year, beginning on July first, organizations from across Boston come together to offer hundreds of activities celebrating Independence Day weekend at Boston’s best landmarks. This family-friendly event is one of the country’s largest Fourth of July festivals. Activities include the annual […]