Reading Frederick Douglass is an event held in various communities along the eastern seaboard to commemorate the July 5, 1852 oration made by Douglass. This emotionally powerful and thought-provoking speech is as relevant today as it was in Douglass’s own lifetime.
This annual tour features thirteen private gardens that showcase the best in garden design and outdoor living.
Governor’s Academy senior Eli Anderson-Song presents his nationally acclaimed research paper "A Question of Life & Money: Chinese Prostitutes in San Francisco and American Immigration Policy."
Explore the fascinating and seductive world of corsetry with fashion historian Lois Valeo at this "Girls' Night Out" illustrated lecture.
This half-day educators’ symposium will explore the relevance and educational benefits of primary historical research for middle and high school students.
Explore Newburyport’s historic architecture from behind the camera in this combination walking tour and photography lesson led by Dan Fionte and Bob Watts, both local photographers and history buffs.
Bletchley Park's mathematical mastermind Gordon Welchman spent the latter part of his life in Newburyport. Hear about this prominent codebreaker from those who knew him best--family, friends, and colleagues.