A Conversation with Bill McKibben

In his new book—The Flag, The Cross, and The Station Wagon —award-winning author, activist, and educator, Bill McKibben looks back at his adolescent years growing up in Lexington where he... View Article

A Walk in Thoreau’s Concord

Henry David Thoreau is known for the two years he spent living at Walden Pond.  Did you know that he lived in other homes in Concord throughout his life?  Take... View Article

The Birds: Outdoor Film Screening

Hitchcock’s terrifying and memorable masterpiece The Birds exemplifies how birds have made their way into all aspects of the human experience, including art and culture.  While the special exhibition Alive... View Article

Grave Detectives Walking Tour

Tour the first burial ground in Concord dating to c. 1636 learning about past Concordians with a Museum educator.  Explore the classic iconography of New England headstones that feature winged... View Article

A Walk with Louisa and Ellen

"To spend the day at their house was a rapturous event," Ellen Emerson wrote to a friend in 1869, remembering her friends, the Alcott girls.  Join us for a walking... View Article

Black Panther: Outdoor Film Screening

Join us for an outdoor film screening of Black Panther, Marvel’s 2018 release staring the late Chadwick Boseman as T’Challa a.k.a. the Black Panther.  This action-packed, Black-led superhero film is... View Article

Linocut Printmaking Workshop

Join us for a linocut workshop with Sherrie York, a celebrated printmaker and instructor, whose work explores the natural world, particularly birds.  Sherrie’s reduction linocut Trunk Show is in Mass... View Article