History of Lynn

Oral Histories of Lynn


From NSCC – North Shore Community College Lynn Oral History Project, Wednesday, April 29th, 12-1:30 Mark your calendars for the North Shore Community College Oral History Project  as students present oral histories of notable Lynn businesses, including Durkee Mower (manufacturer of Fluff), the Capitol Diner, Zimman’s, the Lynn YMCA and Salvy the Florist.  This is the…

Ghosts of Lynn unveiled at street party today (photos)


Ghosts of Lynn is a collaboration of Raw Art Works, Lynn Museum, visionspace gallery and the Downtown Lynn Cultural District for the latest round of photos under the bridge. Today’s event included food from Paaasteliots, a barber shop quartet, and your LynnHappens editor, Seth Albaum, DJ’ing 50’s/60’s soul and motown to compliment the “Ghosts” from…

Sin City Paranormal Expo Saturday


Central New Hampshire Paranormal Society is coming down to Lynn Saturday to join Friends of High Rock Reservation in raising funds to restore the Stone Cottage. A Paranormal Expo is not out of place with Lynn’s long history of séances and the popularity of Spiritualist Movement here in the 19th century.