Judith Monachina

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Demystifying Data Collection: CT League of History Organizations

You are invited to the following CLHO program: Demystifying Data Collection: How to Ask for Demographic Information from Visitors, Board, and Staff When: Thursday, July 14, 2022 12:00 PM, EDT Where: Zoom Will you be attending?   Yes Maybe No     EVENT DETAILS: Demystifying Data Collection: How to Ask for Demographic Information from Visitors, …

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Bidwell House Museum opening

Coming up this weekend, the Museum’s 2022 season will begin.  Diane Taraz will give her first in-person concert at the Museum since 2019. On Monday, May 30, they will be offering guided tours of the house, by appointment. For information on booking a tour, click HERE. The first talk takes place next weekend.  Click HERE …

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CT Humanities and CT Summer at the Museum Grants

CT Humanities Now Accepting Applications for CT Summer at the Museum Grants CT Humanities is honored to partner with the CT Office of the Arts again to administer the CT Summer at the Museum Initiative in 2022. The Department of Economic and Community Development, in partnership with the Office of the Governor, Connecticut State Department …

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Mass History Alliance Annual Meeting

Image: Photograph of bridge collapse, Mark Dewey Research Center, Sheffield Historical Society. It’s time to register for the Mass History Conference A conference for Massachusetts history organizations and people June 6, 2022 (in person) & June 7, 2022 (online) Join colleagues from across the Commonwealth as we prepare to embrace the new or unexpected. Take …

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Mass History Conference registration open for in person and virtual

Registration is OPEN! The Massachusetts History Alliance invites you to the 2022 Mass History Conference: Embracing the New or Unexpected, to be held June 6 and 7, 2022.In the spirit of this year’s conference theme, we’ll be trying something new. We’ll gather Monday, June 6 at Historic Beverly’s Hale Farm and Tuesday, June 7 online for two …

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Mass State Historical Advisory Board grants for archival supplies

The Massachusetts State Historical Records Advisory Board (MA SHRAB) is excited to announce, through funding from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC), that a second round of  grants up to $500 are now available to cultural institutions in Massachusetts for the purchase of archival supplies. Any institution or organization that maintains archival collections …

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Community History: What is it, and what can it do for you?

Conversations on the Commons invites youFebruary 3, 2022, 12:00 – 1:30 p.m. With Lee Blake, President of the New Bedford Historical Society and Penni Martorell, curator of collections at Wistariahurst Museum and Holyoke’s City HistorianWhat is Community History? What formats does it take? What is the difference between local history and community history? How can we embrace …

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What is community history

  Conversations on the Commons: Community History February 4 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm Details Date: February 4 Time: 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm Event Category: Conversations on the Commons (events) Event Tags: Conversations Venue Online MA United States View Venue Website Organizer Mass History Alliance Email: commons@masshistoryalliance.org View Organizer Website Conversations on the …

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Loom Brook Trail opening at Bidwell House

Unveil the Trail! November 20, 10 am. Come join Board Members Rob Hoogs and Tom Ryan, along with Elia Del Molino of the Greenagers, as we unveil the new “Loom Brook Trail” on the museum property. About two miles of new trails were built by the Greenagers during 2021 with a grant from MassTrails. The new trails …

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Planning and getting started on your oral history project …or, picking up a paused project November/December 2021 Workshop Series: From planning, to interview, to archive: An informal series to get you started or re-started   Session 1, November 16, 3:30-4:30 p.m. Plan your oral history project:  We will walk through the early planning to help …

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