Signs of spring are creeping up at The House of the Seven Gables! We’re excited to see the bulbs emerging from their winter slumber; welcoming back our interpretive staff; preparing for Women’s History Month; and even for a fresh start with two job opportunities.
This year’s “welcome back” for our returning staff is taking a little more work than usual. We’ve refreshed our tour experience and will be training all of our staff as they return on sharing our engaging experience. Training is an investment and takes time and we want our staff to have their best foot forward to welcome YOU this season!
On March 11, local historian and longtime friend-of-The-Gables Irene Axelrod will be delving into the life and times of local legend Lydia Pinkham. Limited space is available for this lecture.
On Sunday, we’ll be welcoming our neighbors from Swampscott for free tours of The Gables. Just bring along proof of residency and check our the early signs of spring at our National Historic Landmark District.
If you’re looking for a fresh start of your own, we have two job opportunities posted. Love preservation? Check out our listing for the Director of Preservation and Maintenance position. Love education? Our Community Liasion and Programming Manager might be the perfect way for you to share your skills with our local immigrant population.
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This post was written by Julie Arrison-Bishop