Telling Women’s Stories: StoryCorp DIY

Tell a story about a woman in your life; tell a story with a woman in your life.  Participate in the Museum’s oral history program recording stories about the important women in our lives.  The recordings will become part of the StoryCorps Archive through the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress, preserving your... View Article

Women in Our Future: Drop-In Family Program

Every Saturday in May, stop by the Churchill and Janet Franklin Lyceum to participate in an activity that celebrates women’s fight for civil rights and equity throughout history, and all that is to come for women’s achievement. The future is female, and we want to hear your hopes for our future! With Museum admission; Members... View Article

Town Hall Meeting with Congresswoman Lori Trahan

https://youtu.be/rqdEkotayCc Join Congresswoman Lori Trahan in a virtual town hall as she takes questions from area high school students about the pressing issues of our times. This program coincides with the special exhibition Every Path Laid Open: Women of Concord and the Quest for Equality.  Book your timed-entry ticket to visit the exhibition at concordmuseum.org. Donations are encouraged... View Article

The Quest for Equality: Progress or Retreat?

Thank you for watching! If you wish to submit questions to the speakers, please do so on our YouTube channel or by emailing ashilling@concordmuseum.org. https://youtu.be/QlY_sa8JUm8 As we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment – how far has our nation and our world come in creating an equitable world?  Join Margaret... View Article

Telling Women’s Stories: StoryCorp DIY

Tell a story about a woman in your life; tell a story with a woman in your life.  Participate in the Museum’s oral history program recording stories about the important women in our lives.  The recordings will become part of the StoryCorps Archive through the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress, preserving your... View Article

Women in Our Future: Drop-In Family Program

Every Saturday in May, stop by the Churchill and Janet Franklin Lyceum to participate in an activity that celebrates women’s fight for civil rights and equity throughout history, and all that is to come for women’s achievement. The future is female, and we want to hear your hopes for our future! With Museum admission; Members... View Article

FULL! Emerson-Thoreau Amble Walking Tour

Thank you for your interest in our programs.  We hope that you consider joining us for another program soon! Celebrate Emerson’s birthday and follow the footsteps of writers Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau! Enjoy the spring weather and learn about the friendship of two notable observers of nature from a museum interpreter. 1-mile... View Article

Emerson and Concord: America Discovers Idealism

Thank you for watching.  Please submit your questions for the speaker on our YouTube channel or by emailing ashilling@concordmuseum.org. https://youtu.be/r-Ryu0L0mSU Join the Concord Museum and the Ralph Waldo Emerson Memorial Association for the first annual Robert D. Richardson III Lecture to mark Emerson’s birthday featuring author and philosopher, Richard Geldard.   Dr. Geldard, the author of... View Article

Telling Women’s Stories: StoryCorp DIY

Tell a story about a woman in your life; tell a story with a woman in your life.  Participate in the Museum’s oral history program recording stories about the important women in our lives.  The recordings will become part of the StoryCorps Archive through the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress, preserving your... View Article

Women in Our Future: Drop-In Family Program

Every Saturday in May, stop by the Churchill and Janet Franklin Lyceum to participate in an activity that celebrates women’s fight for civil rights and equity throughout history, and all that is to come for women’s achievement. The future is female, and we want to hear your hopes for our future! With Museum admission; Members... View Article