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Aug 13

Knox Museum Annual Lecture

Thursday, August 13 –

Event Time: 7pm

Your Living Room
30 High Street, Thomaston

The Board of Trustees of THE GENERAL HENRY KNOX MUSEUM invites you to An Evening with Joanne B. Freeman Professor of History & American Studies, Yale University 2020 Knox Annual Lecture The Long History of Congressional Violence Live Streamed from Yale University Thursday, August 13, 2020 at 7:00p.m. To your Living Room Pajama Attire Optional For more information or to purchase tickets visit the museum's website at Live stream link will be sent upon purchase of tickets. Support at the $500 Patron ticket level and in addition to a ticket to the lecture you will receive a raffle ticket entering you for a chance to win an unforgettable evening for 6 at Primo, Rockland, summer of 2021. Tickets are limited to 100 participants. Lecture tickets are also available through our Knox Museum website at $20. This event is made possible through the generous support of: Mary Ann Carey Susan and Gordon Fay First National Wealth Management Richard Gilder and Lois Chiles Elisabeth C. Henshaw Evelyn and Gerry Isom Molly and Fred Kellogg Anne and Herman Kohlmeyer, Jr. Anne and Brian Perkins Karen Smith Sally Ann and Ed Williamson Kaja and Cali Veilleux & Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
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About Knox Museum

30 High St., P.O. Box 326
Thomaston, ME 04861

Gen. Henry Knox: founding father, soldier, Rev. War veteran, consummate military strategist & Sec. of War in George Washington's cabinet. His 22-room Federal-style Montpelier was "the finest home in the district of Maine." Today's version on 13 acres in Thomaston hosts original Knox belongings, tours & exhibitions, and weddings & community events.

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