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Milton Historical Society Program Calendar

Sunday, September 10, 2017 (1-3 pm) Suffolk Resolves Open House, 1370 Canton Ave., in honor of Suffolk Resolves Day.  The sword of Daniel Vose, a new addition to the Society’s collection thanks to the generosity of his descendant Posey Godfrey, will be on exhibit. Re-enactor Michael LePage portrays Paul Revere, who carried the Suffolk Resolves to Philadelphia in 1774.

Thursday, October 26, 2017 (7 pm) Diane Taraz shares "Songs of the Revolution.”  Diane performs lively drinking songs, laments for beloved soldiers, and ballads enjoyed by both sides during the American Revolution; as well as exploring the fascinating world behind the lyrics.  In colonial dress, she sings and accompanies herself on guitar and dulcimer, transporting listeners back to the turbulent time of our country's birth. Held in the Keys Room at the Milton Public Library, 476 Canton Ave.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017 (7 pm) Bob Begin discusses the lesser known theater of WWI, the Middle East.  How Lawrence of Arabia helps lead an Arab independence effort, yet betrayed by broken promises of the British and French in today’s Iraq and Syria, where problems still exist.  Held in the Keys Room at the Milton Public Library, 476 Canton Ave.

Sunday, December 10, 2017 (1-3 pm) Suffolk Resolves Holiday Open House, 1370 Canton Ave.  The SRH will be festively decorated for the holiday season.  Light refreshments.

 
VISIT OUR CURRENT EXHIBIT
World War I posters - History Gallery, 2nd floor, Milton Public Library

During World War I the impact of posters as a means of communication cannot be understated. These visual works had the ability to inspire, inform, and persuade.  One hundred years later, they retain their power to make you stop and stare.  A selection of WWI posters from the Society’s collection are on exhibit.

 

Check MHS website www.miltonhistoricalsociety.org  and local newspapers as an event gets closer for more details.