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The Lynn Black History Story Share
March 9, 2019

Share YOUR Story 

The Lynn Museum is excited to announce that we are planning an exhibit for the summer of 2019 entitled:
Untold Stories: A History of Black People in Lynn.
This is a collaborative exhibit, the purpose of which is to tell the long untold story of
Black people and Black life in Lynn from the colonial period to the present day. Story Share is a FREE community event to document Black history in Lynn by digitizing family photos and stories.
Anyone with a connection to the Black community in Lynn is encouraged to attend, whether long time Lynners or new immigrants. Bring items (photos, flyers, letters, posters, objects) that tell your family story! We will scan photos, photograph objects, and/or record your story electronically. Everything will be added to the Lynn Museum’s digital collection and returned to you. Please bring original, unframed photographs, if possible.
Potential topics: Family, civil rights, work, spiritual/religious, schools, neighborhoods, social/cultural, and anything else you want to share! 

If you have any questions, 
please contact Judith at or or at 781-581-6200.
If you are unable to make it Saturday, but have something you would like to contribute, please contact us. 
See you there! 
Story Share Event Page

 “The Toast of Lynn”
Tuesday, March 26th
7:30AM – 9:00AM
Lynn Museum, 590 Washington Street
Please join us for a breakfast celebration of established and emerging champions in our community as we honor Lyn 


n Housing Authority Executive Director Charlie Gaeta with the Philip A. Chase Award, former Lynn Councilor at Large Deborah Smith Walsh with the Sallie H. Hacker Award, and RAW Art Works founder Mary Flannery with our first ever Cultural Visionary Award.
We will also welcome Dr. Patrick Tutwiler, Superintendent of the Lynn Public Schools, as our distinguished keynote speaker.
Sponsored by St. Jean’s Credit Union. 
Click here to join us in this celebration by reserving space in our ad book and purchasing tickets
($50 each.)
For more information, please contact Drew Russo via e-mail ( or by calling (781) 581-6200.


“In the Moment” Memory Cafe

Please join us at the Lynn Museum on Thursday, March 21st, from 10am-12pm for Memory Cafe, a program for people living with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias and their caretakers. This monthly program provides opportunities to network and enjoy refreshments, connect with caregiver support specialists, and–if you like–join in creative projects and interactive learning.


The Lynn Museum is currently closed to visitors while we freshen the exhibits.
Our offices will remain open M-F 10am-4pm. 



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