and gift cards to Market Basket which will be used to purchase turkeys and other perishable goods
This year, It Starts With Me! has the lofty goal of providing 500 area families a complete Thanksgiving meal. If you’d like to support from afar, consider using smile.amazon.com and select The House of the Seven Gables Settlement Association—you’ll be helping two organizations at once!
Please be sure to ask for your 10% off coupon for our Museum Store as a small token of our appreciation for your support.
We are in the midst of sharing 350 years of stories during our grand anniversary year. Thanks to the support of Mass Humanities, we have been able to offer a wide variety of special programming dedicated to Nathaniel Hawthorne—a well-known yet enigmatic icon. Using the study of history, literature, and language, hundreds of visitors of all ages have had the opportunity to learn about the themes that Hawthorne explored during his prolific career and how they translate today.
In partnership with Salem State University and the North Shore CDC, we are extremely proud to have been selected to showcase these six community programs that are free and open to the public. Programs feature documentary film screenings and discussions led by Salem State University scholar and moderator Professor Elizabeth Duclos-Orsello and are designed to encourage an informed discussion of immigration issues against the backdrop of our country’s immigration history.
The House of the Seven Gables is delighted to offer gift memberships during the approaching holiday season! Gift memberships will be available for purchase starting Monday, November 19, and can be ordered online via our website or during your next visit to the Gables.
To ensure that the membership package is shipped before the holidays, please make your purchase no later than December 18. Memberships can also be purchased in person through December 23.
Stay tuned for more details! For questions, please contact Allison French at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Our most intimate friend is not he to whom we show the worst, but the best of our nature.” – Nathaniel Hawthorne