From Historic Beverly
Did you know the city of Beverly, Massachusetts is home to over 3 dozen Veterans squares and memorials? We’ve seen the signs: Hellard Square, Pasolini Square, and Lantz Square but do you know the history of the soldiers for which these squares and memorials are named? How about Cooney Field or Dix Park?
In this online Veterans Day program, Historic Beverly will answer those questions and more while exploring the histories and achievements of several memorialized veterans to ensure their names and lives are not forgotten. Public welcome and encouraged to join us in this important commemoration of Beverly’s local heroes from the Revolutionary War through the modern era.
This ONLINE program and commemoration will take place
Thursday, November 11, 2021 at 7pm.
$10/FREE for members of Historic Beverly.
Advance registration required; ZOOM link will be sent upon registration.
About Historic Beverly
Historic Beverly’s mission is to share Beverly’s history with everyone through our collections, which encompass 3 houses, 5 centuries and 1000s of stories
We will accomplish this mission by:
Collecting and Preserving Beverly’s History, so we can share it through exhibits, research, educational programs, publications, and tours
Inspiring the Community to engage with history, so we can strengthen our community outreach and develop a comprehensive education program that embraces diversity, highlights cultural heritage, and informs Beverly’s future
Making History Accessible for all, so we can improve handicap accessibility and increase public access to our collections and houses using 21st century methods such as our online collection, and social media platforms.