Lynn Museum

An Evening of Bubbly Bliss

An Evening of Bubbly Bliss 

Thursday, September 12, 7-9pm

Lynn Museum 

590 Washingtons Street, Lynn

Delicious, delectable, divine…what’s not to love about sparkling wine? But there’s a world of bubbly out there beyond Champagne! Many countries produce sparkling wines of outstanding quality. You are invited to an evening of sipping and learning about these various styles. Maia Gosselin, the owner of Sip Wine Education and an expert in all things bubbly, will lead everyone as they sip and sample a range of 6 sparklers Cava to Cremant to Champagne! Light appetizers will be served. Tickets are $35 in advance, $40 at the door.

For more information, click here. 

2nd Annual Pride BBQ

SIZZLYNN BBQ: Second Annual Pride BBQ

Saturday, June 15,  2:00pm

What do you get when Arts After Hours teams up with the fun, new local brand Go Out Loud? Find out during this year’s Pride Month at the 2nd Annual Pride BBQ being held right here at the Lynn Museum! 

To get tickets, click here. 

For more information about programs and events offered at the museum, click here. 

Calling for Lynn Wedding Photos

Photo by chicagogeek

The Lynn Museum is seeking classic and modern wedding photographs for its upcoming exhibit 'Tying the Knot in Lynn' Scheduled to open in June, the exhibition will feature photographs of the big day of Lynn residents as well as non-residents who got married in Lynn.

Interested candidates are urged to submit one copy of their wedding photograph to the exhibit. 'Tying the Knot in Lynn' is not date specific--people may send photos from the 1800's through 2013. Pictures can be candid or professional but must showcase the bride or bride and groom their special day attire. 

Specifications are black and white or color copy, 8x10 or smaller and list the bride's name (maiden name) and groom's full name, date of marriage, and location of wedding on the back of the photo.

No original photos will be accepted.

Images will be considered immediately and can be dropped off at Lynn Museum during open hours or addressed to: Lynn Museum, Attn: Abby Battis, Assistant Director, 590 Washington St., Lynn, MA, 01901. Please include contact information so a staff person may follow up with any questions. Photos will be accepted until June 7, 2013, and will not be returned.

For more information on this and other Lynn Museum events, call 781.581.6200 or visit

The Hutchinson Family Singers: America's First Rock Star Family

The Hutchinson Family Singers:  America’s First Rock Star Family

Thursday, April 25, 4:30pm

Lynn Museum and Historical Society

590 Washington Street, Lynn

In collaboration with the Arts in April program at North Shore Community College, local historian and N.S.C.C. faculty member Julia Greene will talk about the Hutchinson Family Singers from Lynn who were superstars in the 1840s. They wrote all their own songs, traveled all over the U.S. and Europe, and got involved in the civil rights movement. They entertained the troops behind enemy lines, went to the White House to entertain the President, became wealthy, got involved with a cult and experienced family tragedy.

Come for this entertaining hour long lecture on the Hutchinson Family Singers and stay for the reception. Listen to some original Hutchinson Family songs and check out the exhibit featuring one of the Family’s original string instruments.

For more information, click here. 

The Woods in Words: The Poetry of Lynn Woods and Dungeon Rock

The Woods in Words: The Poetry of Lynn Woods and Dungeon Rock

Thursday, April 18


Lynn Museum 

590 Washington Street, Lynn

Celebrate National Poetry Month by exploring “The Woods in Words: The Poetry of Lynn Woods and Dungeon Rock” The program will feature poems written over two centuries about the history and character of these iconic Lynn places. Classic and modern poems about Lynn Woods and Dungeon Rock will be presented by guest readers including outgoing North Shore Community College president Wayne Burton, Lynn Museum Assistant Director Abby Battis, contemporary local poet Tom Sheehan and Lynn singer-songwriter Joe Boyd. The emcee for the evening is Carl Carlsen, creator of the website Poetry of Places in Essex County ( which includes the program’s poems.  All are welcome to this FREE event.

For more information, click here. 

Yoga at the Lynn Museum

Friday Afternoon Yoga at the Lynn Museum

1:00 -2:00

Come practice yoga surrounded by artwork and artifacts telling the story of Lynn's rich history. Vinyasa Yoga is a flow class at slower pace with a strong emphasis of linking breath to movement. This deep connection to breath helps to draw the student's attention inward and allows for a deepening in each pose. The slower pace also permits for longer holds of the poses which aides in the muscle memory. Although vinyasa moves at a slower pace than power it is still a strong practice. This class is suited for all levels.

Class Fee is $10.00

Lynn Museum & Historical Society | 590 Washington Street, Lynn, Massachusetts 01901 | 781.581.6200 |

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Centerboard Saturday Night Fever

Centerboard Saturday Night Fever

May 4th, 2013 7:30pm — 11:00pm
Lynn Museum and Historical Society
590 Washington Street
Lynn, MA
Centerboard is bringing you back to the days of disco with our Saturday Night Fever Event. This is going to be the party of the year and you don’t want to miss it. Join us at the Lynn Museum and Historical Society May 4th 2013 from 7:30pm-11:00pm. 
Silent Auction
hors d'oeuvres
Full Cash Bar 
70's style dress strongly encouraged
For more information and to buy tickets, click here. 

Holiday in the Square

Holiday in the Square

Thursday, December 6

5:00-8:00 PM

Annual Central Square Tree Lighting

Ornament making at RAW Arts Works

Cookies and treats

A special appearance by Santa (Remember to bring your camera for a picture.)

Candy canes for the kids

Holiday shopping 

Come celebrate the start of the holiday season!

For more information click here. 

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