Wednesday, March 21, 2012

March at the Lynn Museum

Opening Thursday, March 22
Reception  5-7pm

The Museum, in collaboration with Light of Cambodian Children, Inc., and the Lynn Community Health Center, are proud to announce the opening of a truly special exhibition: More Than a Number. Join us for an evening of light refreshments while reflecting on the history of Cambodia and contemplating the events of the past as we open the exhibition to the public.

The reception launches the six month display of this monumental exhibition on view through September 30, 2012. More Than a Number is supported in part by funding from a Mass Humanities Project Grant. Admission to the reception is free for museum members and students and $5 for non-members.
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baseball book cover 
A talk by Sean Deveney 
Thursday, March 29 at 7pm

Sean Deveney, local author and Lynn native, will be speaking about the "Social Upheaval and the 1918 Red Sox". The year 1918 was a tumultuous time in America; World War I was being fought with tremendous casualties on both sides, there was much economic uncertainty, and the world did not know what to expect from the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia. No where was the tumult as great as in Massachusetts and in Lynn.

Sean Deveney is an award winning reporter. He has covered numerous major championships, including the NBA Finals, World Series, Super Bowl, NCAA tournament, and PGA Championship. He has also written about major sports figures such as Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, and Roger Clemens. Mr. Deveney has worked as a reporter for the Sporting News and is the author of The Original Curse which is about the 1918 World Series between the Cubs and Red Sox.

 This event is free to members and $5.00 for non-members.

1 comment:

  1. Sounds interesting.....looks like another night in DTL for me!


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