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Week 2 Market
June 15 @ 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm
3-5pm Antartica is a musical duo playing 60s and 70s Pop Covers, “The Music Everyone Knows and Loves”.
5-7pm Three at Home is a cocktail of harmony-driven rock infused with soulful energy and emotion. Take the honest lyrics of Brandi Carlile, the tight harmonies of Fleetwood Mac, the passion and energy of Frank Turner, and shake it vigorously inside a container of Lake Street Dive throwback vibes, and you get Three At Home.
DANN RUSSO – VOCALS, GUITAR
MARY CASIELLO – VOCALS, KEYS
KARI PAISLEY-FLANGO – VOCALS, DRUMS
*These performances are supported in part by a grant from the Medford Arts Council, an agency that is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.
Royal House and Slave Quarters functions as a site of memory. In the eighteenth century, the plantation was home to the Royalls, the largest slaveholding family in Massachusetts, and at least sixty enslaved women, men, and children whose forced labor helped build the Royall family’s wealth. As one of the only remaining freestanding quarters where enslaved people lived and worked in the North, the museum bears witness to their lives, to the intertwined stories of wealth and bondage in Pre-Revolutionary Massachusetts, and to the resistance and political and legal activism of enslaved and free Black people in the eighteenth century. The museum is open to the public for tours on weekends from June through October, while school and group tours are available from mid-March to mid-November. The museum also presents a range of public programs throughout the year.