June at Lynn Museum / LynnArts

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The Train is Pulling in Soon…
Todd Gieg’s long awaited diorama of the Narrow Gauge Railroad will be installed soon.
 It will be worth the wait!
Watch the Lynn Museum facebook page for updates! 


Join us for our MESA program on Wednesday, June 12th at 12PM.  
Explore your artistic side while viewing  our special Lynn Beach Painters exhibit.
Sketch or draw one of the Museum’s paintings. We will provide paper, pencils and crayons.
We’re a judgement free zone!

Questions? Email Elena at Elena@lynnmuseum.org
MESA is our Museum Enrichment Series for All and is a free program.

Open House

Did your child attend our 3rd grade “History Detectives” program? 

You are  cordially invited to our:
 Open House
Wednesday, June 12th

Let your child show you “their” museum and tell you about all the things they learned here.
We can’t wait to see them again! 



“In the Moment” Memory Cafe

Please join us at the Lynn Museum on Thursday, June 20th, 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.

This month’s theme is storytellers. Who doesn’t love a good story? 

The Galleries at LynnArts is seeking art for their next exhibit:


With this exhibit we want to take you on a journey through the worlds of reality, fantasy and the abstract. Any media may be submitted – photographs, painting, drawing, sculpture, collage, craft, etc. We are interested in sharing artwork that is experimental in addition to the traditional art you find in a gallery. For more information, go here


Save the Date for: 

The Drew Russo Appreciation Night

June 20, 2019

Details to follow

Looking for a little Zen in your crazy life?

Come see our new exhibit of the work of the Lynn Beach Painters. 
The Lynn Beach Painters were seven significant American artists who shared a similar technique and interest in the beaches, tidal marshes, and working fisherfolk of the Lynn and Swampscott shorelines. The seven-Nathaniel L. Berry, Edward Burrill, William Partridge Burpee, C.E.L. Green, T. Clark Oliver, Edward A. Page, and Charles H. Woodbury-developed a particular style of regional impressionism and form the group now known as the Lynn Beach Painters.
Now on exhibit until the end of the summer. 

Mark your calendars for August 2nd!
Admission will be free, thanks to the Highland Street Foundation‘s Free Fun Fridays!
More details coming soon!

The Lynn Museum is ADA accessible. 


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