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Sunday, February 8, 2015 2 pm (Lecture cancelled due to extreme weather.)
The Lincoln Assassination by historian Christopher Daley
38 Felton Street, Peabody
$5, members free


Sundays, February 1 & 15, 2015, 12-3 pm

Osborne-Salata & General Gideon Foster Houses open to the public

FEATURED EXHIBITION - Serving with Style: Vintage Aprons from the Collection of the Peabody Historical Society

33 & 35 Washington Street, Peabody

free to the public

 

Join us for a celebration of aprons and the women who wore them! Serving with Style features a wide array of 20th century aprons in styles that range from functional and formal, to fanciful and fun. Period serving ware and cook books will also be on view, and selected recipes will be available on cards for visitors to take home. On view through May 17, 2015, Tues. -  Fri. 10-3 pm, 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month, 12-3 pm.

 

 

 

March

Sundays, March 1 & 15, 2015, 12-3 pm

Osborne-Salata & General Gideon Foster Houses open to the public

FEATURED EXHIBITION - Serving with Style: Vintage Aprons from the Collection of the Peabody Historial Society

33 & 35 Washington Street, Peabody

free to the public


Join us for a celebration of aprons and the women who wore them! Serving with Style features a wide array of 20th century aprons in styles that range from functional and formal, to fanciful and fun. Period serving ware and cook books will also be on view, and selected recipes will be available on cards for visitors to take home. On view Nov. 30, 2014 - May 17, 2015; Tues. -  Fri. 10-3 pm, 1st & 3rd Sunday of each month, 12-3 pm.



Sunday, March 8, 2015, 2 pm

The Great Salem Fire: Stories within the Story by Jim McAllister, Local Historian

38 Felton St., Peabody

$5, members free


Join Jim McAllister for a look at the human side of the great conflagration. He will share tales of victims, heroes, and even a few villains with research drawn from personal letters, diaries, newspaper accounts, and official reports. McAllister is a wonderful historian and storyteller, and his lectures are always informative and entertaining.



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