Boston Public Library hosts Joe Bagley as part of the Local and Family History Lecture Series. Register on the event page.
Streicker Center virtual event: “Tangled Identities, Evolving Beliefs: American Jewish Thought Since 1934.” Dr. Michael Marmur and Rabbi David Ellenson, editors of American Jewish Thought Since 1934: Writings on Identity, Engagement, & Belief, published one year ago, will delve into the shifting soundscape around questions of loyalty and belonging, religious practice, secular discontents and the creative American recasting […]
Hadassah Lieberman will appear at the Sulgrave Club (Washington, DC), to discuss her new book with Mariella Trager.
Presented by the Jamaica Plain Historical Society. Just in time for Preservation Month, City Archaeologist Joe Bagley will talk about his new book Boston’s Oldest Buildings and Where to Find Them. Several of the 50 locations featured in the book are in Jamaica Plain. Register on the event page.
Prosserman JCC Toronto to host Hadassah Lieberman in conversation with Naomi Parness. Visit the event page for more info.
Stuart Schwartz will discuss his new book at the Universidade de São Paulo (Brazil).
Maynard Public Library hosts a book talk with Joe Bagley. Register on the event page.
Siegal Lifelong Learning Program at Case Western Reserve University presents Hadassah Lieberman. Visit the event page for more details. Order your copy of Hadassah from Cleveland community partner Mac's Backs.
New England Historic Genealogical Society, in partnership with State Library of Massachusetts, presents Joe Bagley on his new book. Register on the event page. The first book to survey Boston’s fifty oldest buildings, this work by the city archaeologist and historic preservationist is a great guide for history lovers, architectural enthusiasts, and tourists. In an […]
Sharsheret: The Jewish Breast & Ovarian Cancer Community presents Hadassah Lieberman in conversation with award-winning journalist, editor, and author Sandee Brawarsky and Nancy Cohen as part of their virtual National Book Club. Visit the event page to register.
Historic Newton - Community Museum presents Storytime with Special Guest Nancy Schön. Join Historic Newton on their Facebook page as Nancy Schön, sculptor of the duckling statues in Boston’s Public Garden, reads Robert McCloskey’s “Make Way for Ducklings” as part of our Storytime program. Afterwards, she talks about growing up in Newton and becoming an […]
The American Friends of Bar-Ilan University presents Hadassah Lieberman in conversation with Miriam Wallach. Visit the event page for details.
Colonial Society of Massachusetts presents Joe Bagley on his new book. Keep an eye on the Society's calendar for forthcoming details.
Join us for an intimate conversation with sculptor Nancy Schön and her friend Anita Diamant, to discuss Nancy’s sculpture series, Aesop’s Fables. RAA&M President Heidi Caswell Zander will be moderator. All 24 of the Aesop's bronze sculptures will be on display. Nancy's newest book, Ducks on Parade, will be available and Nancy will sign your copy. […]
Sculptor Nancy Schön will be at the Rockport Art Association and Museum where all 24 of her Aesop's bronze sculptures will be on display. Nancy's newest book, Ducks on Parade, will be available and Nancy will sign your copy.