By Elaine Grublin
This week plan to spend your lunch hour at the MHS. On both Tuesday and Wednesday we offer one-hour lunch time programs. Both programs are free and open to the public. You bring the lunch, we provide the beverages.
Tuesday, 17 May at 12:00 PM join us for the final installment of the What Does Massachusetts Have to do With…. mini-course. Kate Viens and Conrad E. Wright from the MHS Research Department will share their insights on What does Massachusetts have to do with … Columbus Day?.
Wednesday, 18 May at 12:00 PM current African American Studies Fellow Richard Boles of George Washington University presents his research Africans and Indians in Massachusetts Churches, 1730-1850 at a brown-bag lunch program.
On Saturday, 21 May the weekly building tour The History and Collections of the MHS departs the lobby at 10:00 AM.