Adult and Family Programs

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Upcoming Adult Programs

Rescheduled - 31st Annual Garden Tour

June 6, 2020

The Concord Museum's 31st Annual Garden Tour has been modified to a virtual format and rescheduled to June 19-21, 2020.

The Guild of Volunteers is excited to offer the Concord Museum's 31st Annual Garden Tour as a virtual experience!  As it always has, this event will highlight some of the finest private gardens in Concord and provide critical support to the Concord Museum's education initiatives.

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31st Annual Garden Tour: Virtual Event

June 19, 2020

The Guild of Volunteers is excited to offer the Concord Museum's 31st Annual Garden Tour as a virtual experience! As it always has, this event will highlight some of the finest private gardens in Concord and provide critical support to the Museum's education initiatives. By signing up for the tour, you will receive five garden feature emails from June 19-21, each including:
      • Narrated videos of featured gardens, plus photos and fun facts
      • Bonus content, like gardening tips, DIY projects, and more
      • Exclusive shopping opportunities with local Concord merchants
Although we can't gather together to explore local gardens this year, we hope this virtual tour will bring you joy, spark creativity in your own garden, and help to celebrate the 31st anniversary of this treasured event organized by the Guild of Volunteers. Typically, the Garden Tour is one of our major spring fundraisers. This year, we offer the virtual experience free of charge, but ask you to consider making a donation in support of the Concord Museum's education initiatives, which include programs, publications, and exhibitions for students, adults, and families.

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31st Annual Garden Tour: Virtual Event

June 20, 2020

The Guild of Volunteers is excited to offer the Concord Museum's 31st Annual Garden Tour as a virtual experience! As it always has, this event will highlight some of the finest private gardens in Concord and provide critical support to the Museum's education initiatives. By signing up for the tour, you will receive five garden feature emails from June 19-21, each including:
      • Narrated videos of featured gardens, plus photos and fun facts
      • Bonus content, like gardening tips, DIY projects, and more
      • Exclusive shopping opportunities with local Concord merchants
Although we can't gather together to explore local gardens this year, we hope this virtual tour will bring you joy, spark creativity in your own garden, and help to celebrate the 31st anniversary of this treasured event organized by the Guild of Volunteers. Typically, the Garden Tour is one of our major spring fundraisers. This year, we offer the virtual experience free of charge, but ask you to consider making a donation in support of the Concord Museum's education initiatives, which include programs, publications, and exhibitions for students, adults, and families.

Registration

Lead Sponsors

Garden Tour Sponsors

Retail Partners

Media Sponsors

 

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31st Annual Garden Tour: Virtual Event

June 21, 2020

The Guild of Volunteers is excited to offer the Concord Museum's 31st Annual Garden Tour as a virtual experience! As it always has, this event will highlight some of the finest private gardens in Concord and provide critical support to the Museum's education initiatives. By signing up for the tour, you will receive five garden feature emails from June 19-21, each including:
      • Narrated videos of featured gardens, plus photos and fun facts
      • Bonus content, like gardening tips, DIY projects, and more
      • Exclusive shopping opportunities with local Concord merchants
Although we can't gather together to explore local gardens this year, we hope this virtual tour will bring you joy, spark creativity in your own garden, and help to celebrate the 31st anniversary of this treasured event organized by the Guild of Volunteers. Typically, the Garden Tour is one of our major spring fundraisers. This year, we offer the virtual experience free of charge, but ask you to consider making a donation in support of the Concord Museum's education initiatives, which include programs, publications, and exhibitions for students, adults, and families.

Registration

Lead Sponsors

Garden Tour Sponsors

Retail Partners

Media Sponsors

 

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Postponed - Transcendentalists and the Struggle for Social Justice

June 22, 2020

This event was temporarily postponed. We will be sure to post the new date and time when it is confirmed. John Buehrens, former President of the Unitarian Universalist Association, will discuss the radical social activism of Boston-based Transcendentalists including Elizabeth Peabody, Margaret Fuller, James Freeman Clarke, and Caroline Healey Dall who, among others, fought to lay the groundwork for democratic and progressive religion in America. John Buehrens is past president of the Unitarian Universalist Association (1993 to 2001) and is Minister Emeritus of First Parish in Needham (where he served from 2002 to 2012). He is one of the leading voices in Unitarian Universalism, having authored several previous books, including “A Chosen Faith: An Introduction to Unitarian Universalism” and “Understanding the Bible: An Introduction for Skeptics, Seekers and Religious Liberals.” He has served congregations in Tennessee, Texas, New York City (All Souls) and prior to his recent retirement, San Francisco.   Reverend Buehren’s book Conflagration: How the Transcendentalists Sparked the American Struggle for Racial, Gender, and Social Justice will be available for signing in partnership with the Concord Bookshop. $5 Member | $10 Non-Member.

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Upcoming Family Programs

There are no dates set for future family programs.