Mother’s Day Weekend is Revolutionary at Minute Man National Historical Park

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Date: April 29, 2015
Contact: Phil Lupsiewicz, 978-318-7833

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Park ranger Roger Fuller and Mr. Cricket

Jim Cunningham

Concord, MA.  Minute Man National Historical Park presents two revolutionary programs during Mothers Day Weekend, May 9th and 10th.  American Loyalists – featuring Peters’ Corps. And “Revolutionary Dogs: ‘Paws for the Cause!’ Admission to both programs is free.

American Loyalists – featuring Peters’ Corps.  Peters’ Corps is a Revolutionary War reenactment group that focuses on the story of American Loyalists during the war, many of whom took up arms in support of the British government. Visit North Bridge and learn about the American Revolution from a very different point of view! Saturday, May 9th at 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. North Bridge, Monument Street, Concord, MA. 

Revolutionary Dogs: ‘Paws for the Cause!’ Join Ranger Roger Fuller and his pug, Mister Cricket, in a forty-five-minute walk on the Battle Road to explore the life of dogs in colonial America, and in the Revolution. The tour starts at Minute Man Visitor Center and goes to Paul Revere Capture Site, about half a mile, with four stops along the way. The walk is open to all. You are welcome to bring along your well-behaved, friendly dog, too. Minute Man Visitor Center Sunday, May 10th at 2:00 p.m.

Directions to Minute Man Visitor Center on Route 2A in Minute Man National Historical Park on the Lincoln/Lexington town line. From I-95 (also called Route 128), exit 30B puts you on Route 2A. Travel one-half mile to the visitor center.For more information about Minute Man National Historical Park visit or call 978-369-6993. 



Last updated: April 29, 2015

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