Great September Events at the Old State House

You might be surprised to learn that Puritans were not really as fun-hating, dour, and “puritanical” as we’ve been lead to believe.

On September 26, 2016, Abby Chandler, Assistant Professor in Early America History and Public History at Umass-Lowell, will share some surprising facts about home life in early New Englanders.:

OSH Puritans at HomePuritans At Home: A Conversation About Marriage, Love, and Family
Tuesday, September 26
7pm

This program is part of the Charter Day celebration hosted by The Partnership of the Historic Bostons each year. For a full list of all the events, please visit here.

 

 

 

 

Cider CelebraOSH Cider Celebrationtion!
Thursday, September 29
6-8pm

Fall is just around the corner, and in Massachusetts that means apple season.

Come to the Old State House to celebrate the beloved apple by enjoying cider from Downeast Cider House of Charlestown and local apples and cider donuts from Carver Hill Orchard of Stow, MA

 

Tickets can be purchased here

Event information reprinted from The Exchange, the online newsletter of the Bostonian Society.
Images courtesy the Bostonian Society.