Minute Man National Historical Park offering for November, 2016. Winter Hours of Operation begin November 1, 2016

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Minute Man National Historical Park News 
 

Release date:             Immediate

Contact(s):                 Phil Lupsiewicz

Phone number:          978 318-7833 

Date:                        October 24,  2016

Release code:          16-26
 
 
 

Minute Man National Historical Park offering for  November, 2016.
Winter Hours of Operation begin November 1, 2016

 
 
Concord, MA.  For November,  events at Minute Man National Historical Park celebrates the sacrafices made by those who came before.  On Veterans Day, you can join us and  reflect upon those whose sacrifice on April 19, 1775.  We then go to The Wayside, where we will present a special talk on Margaret Lothrop and her involvement  with the Red Cross during World War 1.

Honoring Sacrifice

 Date & Time. 11/11/2016 11:00 AM and  2:30 PM.

 Fee Information. Free.

Meet a park ranger at North Bridge and learn about the minute men and the day when they answered the call to arms. 

Margaret and The Red Cross at The Wayside.
Date & Time. 11/12/2016 2:30 PM.
Fee Information. Tour fees apply.
 
Learn about Margaret Lothrop’s service with the Red Cross in France during Wolrd War 1.  

Our hours of operation will change November 1, 2016.

North Bridge Visitor Center (174 Liberty St. Concord MA.)  Open Tuesday – Saturday, 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. December 1 – December 31, 2016, Closed: Thanksgiving , Christmas and New Years Days.  The North Bridge Visitor Center will reopen in March, 2017.

Minute Man Visitor Center (250 North Great Road, Lincoln MA.) Closed for the winter. Re-opens April 1, 2017.

 
To learn more about this and other park offerings of Minute Man National Historical Park during this centennial year of the National Park Service, including the Junior Ranger program, The Wayside, ranger-led tours, and upcoming special events stop by the Minute Man Visitor Center at 250 Great Road, Lincoln, MA, or contact Minute Man National Historical Park at (978) 369-6993, or visit www.nps.gov/mima.
                                                                      
                                                           -NPS-

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