Attention all history enthusiasts or anyone interested in the history of Arlington. A book was just published — Arlington’s Cultural Heights: 1900-1925. Visit the “Little Table” display (Look for a petite table wrapped with goldfish paper) where you’ll find copies (we’re getting more very soon – I promise). And you can always reserve a copy.
A little bit about the book: Beginning in the 1870’s, two very distinct residential neighborhoods developed in the western end of Arlington then known as Arlington Heights and Crescent Hill. Arlinton’s Cultural Heights: 1900-1925 highlights the founders and lives of the many remarkable folks who settled there. You’ll discover the story of this creative community of reformers, educators, writers, artists, craftsmen, musicians, actors, dramatists, and architects that existed back then – right in our midst.
In addition, the authors – Doreen Stevens, Aimee Taberner, and Sarah Burks – will do a presentation this month.
Tuesday night April 22 at 7 pm in the Community Room.
There will be a book signing following the program and refreshments will be served.
Come and celebrate Arlington history!
Questions? Contact Ellen @ 781-316-3233.