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In honor of Women’s History Month, Melinda Ponder, Professor of English at Pine Manor College and a Wellesley College graduate, will discuss the life of Katharine Lee Bates. She will focus, in particular, on Bates’ life and academic career here in the Town of Wellesley including her famous work “America the Beautiful”. Event is part of the Wellesley Historical Society Lecture Series, in partnership with the Wellesley Main Library.Find out more »
The Wellesley School Committee will hold office hours on a monthly basis to provide the community with an opportunity to engage with one or two members of the Committee: April 11, 7pm - 8 pm, Wellesley Library, 2nd floor conference RoomFind out more »
Local historian and author, Eric Jay Dolin, will discuss his latest book on piracy on the Atlantic Coast in the late 17th and early 18thCenturies. His talk will include such well-known pirates as Blackbeard and Captain Kidd and will discuss the American colonists’ attitudes toward them. Event is part of the Wellesley Historical Society's lecture series, in partnership with the Wellesley Free Library.Find out more »