The Pembroke Historical Society’s three historic properties and Peter's Well will be open for public visits and Volunteers will be available at each interior location to answer your questions. The Museum Building will have extended hours until 6PM. Note this event is concurrent with Pembroke's Annual Holiday Tree Lighting held on the Common. For More Information and Locations Click Here
MONDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2019 3:00 – 4:00 PM BRIGGS BURIAL GROUND 236 WASHINGTON ST PEMBROKE, MA
In celebration of the 246th anniversary of the Boston Tea Party, The Pembroke Historical Society will host visitors for tea at the grave site of Icabod Thomas located at Briggs Burial Ground located at approximately 236 Washington Street Pembroke, MA. Mr. Thomas was a Pembroke shipbuilder that built The Beaver, the ship from which the tea was tossed into Boston Harbor. Bring your favorite cup of tea and meet at Mr. Thomas' grave site in the Briggs Burial Ground at (approx) 236 Washington Street/Rt 53 Pembroke, MA.
saturday, december 28, 2019 11 am - 12:30 pm
The Pembroke Historical Society will celebrate the 247th anniversary of the signing of The Pembroke Resolves which declared Pembrokians demand to throw off the yoke of British Colonialism and which later inspired the drafting of the Declaration of Independence. Join the celebration at First Church of Pembroke's Fellowship Hall 105 Center Street Pembroke, MA from 11 AM to 12:30 PM. Learn more about The Pembroke Resolves followed by a visit to the author's graves.