FALL 2016 PROGRAMS
All events take place at 7 Central Street in Boylston, unless otherwise noted.
Sunday, September 11th at 2pm
“The Starry Messenger” co-sponsored by the Boylston Public Library
Mr. Francis portrays a dramatic fun-filled adaptation of Galileo. He will even bring his own telescope! A must see for all ages. Inspired by the One Book/One Boylston for this year – “The Martian” by Andy Weir (outer space exploration).
This program is sponsored in part by a grant by the Boylston Cultural Council.
Sunday, October 9th at 2pm
"Get out and explore around you this Fall”
Fred Brown and Kim Foster spent some time this spring and summer checking out interesting sites you may and may not know about here in our local area. Come see photos and find out about some great light hikes you can take to see these spots. It’s a great time to get out and explore in the cool, crisp fall weather! Local historical spots nearby worth seeing.
Sunday, December 4th at 2pm
“The Padrone System Workers - A Crime Against Justice”
Learn about the hardships endured by Italian immigrant workers on the Wachusett Reservoir project. The largest hand-dug reservoir and dam in the world were built by the hands of many men who endured extreme labor injustices. Come hear the story of these men and learn about the Padrone system of labor that they were forced to submit to while working on the Wachusett project.
Presented by Ranger Lieutenant Rebecca Baronoski.
Spring programs to be announced