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This Week @ MHS

As our season of programs winds down, there is but a single lonely item on the calendar this week. Join us on Saturday, 20 June, for the History and Collections of the MHS. This free tour, open to the poublic, is led by a docent and lasts about 90 minutes. Visitors will tour the public spaces at the Society while learning about the art, architecture, history, and collections held here. No need for reservations for individuals and small groups. However, large parties (8 or more) should contact Curator of Art Anne Bentley in advance at 617-646-0508 or

And do not forget to come in and view our current exhibition. Open to the public and free of charge, "God Save the People!: From the Stamp Act to Bunker Hill" features documents, images, art, and artifacts from the Society's holdings to illustrate this turbulent time in the city's (and the nation's) history. The exhibit is open Monday-Saturday, 10:00AM-4:00PM.

permalink | Published: Saturday, 13 June, 2015, 5:00 PM