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Old North Exhibit: Piece-ful Voices

In honor of Women’s History Month, Old North is displaying Piece-ful Voices – an exhibit that celebrates quilting as an expression of community. Piece-ful Voices features quilts made in honor of post-9/11 fallen soldiers from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, similar to the U.S. Sanitary Commission quilts that were created by Northern women during the American Read More…

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Old North Speaker Series: Quilts for the Cause

Old North Speaker Series Quilts for the Cause: Community Actions Wednesday, March 13 @ 6 pm Old North Church, 193 Salem St, Boston, MA 02113 Speaker: Pamela Weeks Presented in partnership with the New England Quilt Museum “Quilts for the Cause” include those used to promote social issues such as anti-slavery or prohibition, and for charitable Read More…

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Responsibility to Protect: An Interview with John Shattuck

Thursday, December 6, 6:00-8:00 pm Speaker Series + Community Conversation Responsibility to Protect: An Interview with John Shattuck Register here In the shadow of the Holocaust, what is the world’s continuing responsibility to prevent genocide and mass atrocity crimes and hold accountable those who commit them?  In recent decades genocide and mass atrocities have been Read More…

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Cryptic Stories: A Guided Tour of the Old North Church Crypt & Copp’s Hill Burying Ground

Looking for a spooky good time this October? Love history, Halloween, and hearing stories from the past? Join Old North for CRYPTIC STORIES, a guided tour with exclusive access to Copp’s Hill Burying Ground and the crypt of the Old North Church. We’ll explore the burying ground, crypt, and tales of the individuals who lived Read More…

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Johnny Redcoat to GI Joe: From Boston to Berlin to Baghdad

Thursday, October 18, 6:30 – 8:30 pm Speaker Series + Community Conversation Johnny Redcoat to GI Joe: From Boston to Berlin to Baghdad Speaker: Colonel Earl Wederbrook, USMC (Ret) Co-sponsored by the City of Boston Office of Veteran Services Register here Join Colonel Earl “The Pearl” Wederbrook, USMC (Ret) on a short trip through time to Read More…

Arts & Culture Event Notices

Celebrate Harborfest at the Old North Church & Historic Site

You are invited to come celebrate Harborfest at the Old North Church & Historic Site! From Friday, June 29th to Wednesday, July 4th, the Old North Church & Historic Site will be celebrating Harborfest, the nation’s largest Fourth of July Festival, with special pop-up programs, guided tours, events, and more! Highlights include our Anglican Art & Read More…

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Paul Revere: A Man of Many Occupations [June 5th Panel]

Tuesday, June 5, 6:30pm – 9:00pm Panel & Progressive Event Paul Revere: A Man of Many Occupations Speakers: Patrick Leehey, Nan Wolverton, Rob Martello Location: Old North Church, 193 Salem St., North End Boston Co-sponsored by the Paul Revere House Register here Today Paul Revere is a household name. He is heralded as the ultimate patriot, Read More…

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Occupational Hazards: 20 Years as Old North’s Leader

Wednesday, May 23, 6:30pm – 8:00pm Old North Speaker Series Occupational Hazards: 20 Years as Old North’s Leader Speaker: The Rev. Stephen T. Ayres Co-sponsored by the Old North Congregation Register here The Vicar of the Old North Church has two occupations, as spiritual leader of a North End congregation and as director of one of Read More…

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Special Old North Tours – Celebrating Craftsmanship: Anglican Art & Architecture

Tuesday 5/15, Friday 5/18, Tuesday 5/22, Friday 5/25, Saturday 5/26, and Sunday 5/27 6 p.m. – 7 p.m. Special On-Site Tours Celebrating Craftsmanship: Anglican Art & Architecture Purchase tickets Sharpen your observation skills and study the aesthetic components of the Old North Church while celebrating the craftsmanship involved in building and creating this national icon. Join us Read More…

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Work and Employment in Late 18th Century Boston

Wednesday, May 2, 6:30pm – 8:00pm Old North Speaker Series Lecture + Community Conversation Work and Employment in Late 18th Century Boston Speaker: Christopher Clark Co-sponsored by the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology Register here Labor took many forms for Revolutionary-era Bostonians, who conducted work in many types of locations and under a variety of social arrangements. Read More…

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Special Walking Tour: Boston and its Changing Landscape

Thursday, March 22 and Sunday, March 25 at 2:00pm Special Walking Tours Boston and its Changing Landscape  Purchase tickets Join the Old North Foundation for a special walking tour examining the historic development of Boston’s ever changing landscape. Trace the evolution of Boston’s shoreline and its relationship to the history of the city. Consider contemporary Read More…