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Surveyors Historical Society Beginning Point Marker Dedication at Thoreau Farm and Annual Gathering Picnic

Join the Surveyors Historical Society at Thoreau Farm for the dedication of a “Beginning Point” marker to honor Henry David Thoreau’s career as a surveyor. The marker will give the exact latitude and longitude of Thoreau’s birth house on Virginia Road.

Light refreshments and birthday cake will be served. Bring a picnic lunch! R.S.V.P. margaretcb@thoreaufarm.org . This event is FREE and open to the public. Picnic starts at 12:30pm; dedication of the “Beginning Point” marker starts at 12:45pm.

Sponsored by the Surveyors Historical Society, Thoreau Society and Thoreau Farm.

Date

Jul 15 2018
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Time

12:45 pm - 3:00 pm

Location

Thoreau Farm
341 Virginia Road, Concord MA 01742

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