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Rick Spencer, The Days When We Were Young: NBMAA Concert Series

A day with lots to see at the Museum. Lets get there at 1:30, check out exhibits and partake in the events listed below:

There is an Art Reception happening at 2:00 with an Artist Talk at 2:30 -"Soo Sunny Park Boundary & Conditions"

NBMAA Concert Series:  Rick Spencer, The Days When We Were Young

$12 for Adults
$10 for Seniors
 Second Sunday of the Month
Concert: 3-4 p.m.
Rick Spencer, The Days When We Were Young

Rick Spencer is recognized internationally for his work as a developer and presenter of theme-based historic music programs in the American Folk tradition.  His presentations are
well-researched, informative and highly entertaining. Rick Spencer is best known as a researcher and singer of historical songs. He travels throughout the country presenting theme-based concerts and lectures for historical societies, libraries, museums, and music festivals. His programs are informative and entertaining. Rick's presentations strongly emphasize songs that give insight into the American spirit.

The Days When We Were Young is a program of songs popular in America between the Colonial period and the 1930s. The songs are entertaining, engaging, and give great insight into the character of American culture during that period.  Included will be songs from the War of 1812, music from the minstrel show traditions and the Civil War, songs of American trades and occupations, comic songs, and more.

The second Sunday of each month concert series featuring nationally acclaimed musicians. Concerts are held in the galleries or in The Stanley Works Center for Education and Community Development. Free with Museum admission. The Music Series is made possible with support from The William T. Sloper Trust for Andrew J. Sloper Musical Fund, Bank of America Trustee.


Soo Sunny Park Boundary & Conditions



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  • Dave C.

    Very Nice....

    March 9, 2014

  • Jennifer

    Great to meet so many of you! I really enjoy the museum, installation and concert. So many things I have yet to learn about our countries history...

    March 9, 2014

  • Katie

    Wonderful installation with an informative gallery talk. Concert was lots of fun too. As always good conversation and good company.

    March 9, 2014

  • Regina M.

    Excellent venue. Wonderful folk music

    March 9, 2014

  • Gabriele

    I have to go to work

    March 9, 2014

  • Craig

    Out of town for weekend. Hope it is a great time for all.

    March 8, 2014

  • Jennifer

    Sounds goid

    March 7, 2014

  • Therese

    So sorry I won't be able to make it. But this opens up a spot for somebody else. Enjoy!

    March 6, 2014

  • Cathy M

    We could head over to New Britain Dinner 1130 Corbin Avenue, NB, after the event.

    March 5, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hopefully there's room from the wait list since this would be a great event for my 1st "Meetup" ever.

    1 · February 27, 2014

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