The Cambridge Historical Society is closely monitoring the recent outbreak of COVID-19. We continue to evaluate all measures in response to available information from the Cambridge Public Health Department and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Any changes to our event schedule will be communicated via our website, email, and social media. If you have further questions about our response, please … Read More
Thank you to all who attended our 2019 Spring Benefit, “Engaging at Home” on May 9 at 144 Upland Road. It was such a treat to hear about the history of the building and its immediate surroundings from Charlie Sullivan of the Cambridge Historical Commission. Henry Moss helped us understand the larger vision of mid-century architecture, and Joan McCandlish described … Read More
The Society’s “From Cambridge” Spring Benefit was a festive evening with old and new friends, delicious food and great music. The evening’s program was moderated by Merry (Corky) White, local food anthropologist; and featured Kari Kuelzer, owner of Grendel’s Den, Harvard Square; and Hector Piña, co-owner of La Fábrica Central, Central Square.
“Made in Cambridge”—A Benefit for the Cambridge Historical SocietyWednesday, 05/03/2017 – 6:00pm – 8:00pm Enjoy good company, hors’ d’oeuvres, wine, and beer donated by Cambridge Brewing Company. Support the work of the Society at our Spring Benefit, and celebrate this year’s theme, asking ‘What Does Cambridge Make?’. Featuring:-A conversation with three of Cambridge’s own makers: Pedja Kostic, Iggy’s Bread; Angela … Read More