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This Week @ MHS

As we endure yet another snowstorm here in Boston, we are entering a shortened week again, this time thanks to a holiday. Please note that the Society is closed on Monday, 16 February, in observance of President's Day. If you plan to come in for any of our upcoming events, please check our website or call the Society before your visit to ensure that the event is proceeding as scheduled. 

First up this week on Tuesday, 17 February, is a midday author talk featuring Thomas de Waal, Senior Associate - Carnegie Endowmentfor International Peace. Join us at 12:00PM for his talk entitled "The Great Catastrophe: Armenians and Turks Come to Terms with Genocide, Memory, and Identity." This talk is free and open to the public. 

The event scheduled for Wednesday, 18 February, "Comic Books in the History Classroom," is POSTPONED. Contact the education department at or 617-646-0557. To inquire about rescheduling. 

And on Thursday, 19 February, come in for the third program in the Adams Family Series. This time, independent author Rosanna Wan presents "The Culinary Lives of John and Abigail Adams: A Cookbook." Registration is required for this event at a cost of $10 (no charge for MHS Fellows and Members). Please call 617-646-0578 to register, or click here. There is a reception that begins at 5:30PM and the talk begins at 6:00PM. 




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