Thursday, June 1, 2017 6:00 PM8:00 PM
Sip a Tauntini and test your general knowledge during a night of trivia inspired by Taunton. Winners will receive a special prize. OCHM After Hours is a program for artists, aspiring artists, and young professionals (21 and older) looking for an evening for low-key, hands-on fun. Developed in conjunction with the Museum's art and history collections and special exhibitions, each OCHM After Hours program will include a variety of live music, hands-on art-making, food, beer, wine, cocktails and more! Each one will be different and offer a new way for people to get involved.
Saturday, June 10, 2017 1:00 PM3:00PM
Are you interested in music? Poetry? Storytelling? Do you want to learn more about these things? Join us for an afternoon program featuring local artists who will be sharing their songs, poems, stories, and artwork in a casual, friendly setting. You can come and just listen, or if you would like to participate, let us know as there is a limited number of open slots to share your work. Schedule: Ethel Fraga, poet Alan O'Hare, storyteller and more!
Sunday, June 11, 2017 12:00 PM6:00 PM
The Brockton Historical Society invites visitors to spend a fun "Sunday in the Park with George - Keith" in a recreated pop-up Campello Village of 1917. Visitors will see buildings that represent a slice of life. Visitors can ask the villagers "What was the Keith Theater? Who owned the small shops? What was it like attending the Huntington School? How did you feel when you arrived as an immigrant? Did you work in a shoe factory?" One of the most famous was run by George E. Keith - the WalkOver Company. Brockton today is a city of immigrants. By connecting face to face with our past, our purpose is to create common ground to build understanding and pride in our city.


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