Monthly Archives: May 2014

Thank you, Belmont

On May 6, historian Nathaniel Philbrick held spellbound an audience of more than 200 people at the Beech Street Center as he told a story familiar in its outline, but for many who listened, startlingly new in its detail – … Continue reading

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Coming up! The Final Programs for One Book 2014

This year has proved to be a rich exploration of the birth of our country! We’ve heard tales of the American Revolution from different points of view; visited the sites of the iconic Bunker Hill battle; read poems of the … Continue reading

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