Revolution. Transcendentalism. Women’s suffrage.
Take a deep dive into the history that has made Concord a focal point for social change with the Concord Historical Collaborative’s program titled “Changing the Course of History: The Tide of Social Reform in Concord.” Once a month, starting in September and running through June, a different member organization of the collaborative will present their particular perspective on Concord’s history.
Presentations take place the second Wednesday of the month, from 2:30-4 pm, at the presenting organization. Registration is $75 and covers all 10 presentations. For a full listing of the participating organizations and their topics, and to register, go to www.concordcarlisleace.org and click on History and Culture. Or call 978-318-1432. Enrollment is limited.