Invite a friend
Summer Singing Soiree
"Homespun & Silks," an evening of 18th century songs by the Lexington Historical Society Colonial Singers, will take a look at the role of social classes through 18th century popular music as Americans from all walks of life
confronted new ideas about liberty and equality. Come to the Hancock-Clarke House Barn behind the historic house museum.
Reservations required. Call 781-862-1703.
|Where||Hancock-Clarke Parsonage 36 Hancock St, Lexington, MA 02420|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||7:30 pm–9:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Everyone, Kids, Families|
|Price||Society Members: $8/Adults, $4child; nonmembers $12/$6.|
More About Hancock-Clarke Parsonage
Built in 1737, the Hancock-Clarke Parsonage is a historic landmark operated by the Lexington Historical Society. It is one of the several sites the society is responsible for. The Hancock-Clarke House is famously the location where John Hancock and Samuel Adams stayed when Paul Revere arrived on his famous ride to warn them of the British troops on the way to Lexington.