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Silent Saturdays

 Silent Movies

at the Museum 6:00PM

April 6th

The Thief of Bagdad

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Additional Scheduled films in April

 

April 13th

Metropolis

 a formative film in the science fiction genre by Fritz Lang. It portrays a convincing, futuristic and totalitarian city complete with creepy robots.

April 20th

Early Animation Shorts

including Steamboat Willie, The Dinosaur and The Missing Link, and other gems.

April 27th

Ravished Armenia

a portion of a 1919 drama about the then contemporary Armenian genocide as well as other period shorts. Ravished Armenia is being shown in connection with the museum’s other Armenian

Since 2018, the Franklin Historical Museum has played host to a variety of speakers from around New England who cover a wide range of topics from the Revolutionary War to baseball player Eddie Grant. The series takes place on the second Sunday of every month and is free to the public. We hope you will join us for our next event!

The Second Sunday Speaker Series is supported by the Friends of the Franklin Historical Museum

Scheduled Events
Always Free

Saturday April 6th

Calligraphy Session 3 11:00AM

Saturday April 6th

Silent Film 6PM

The Thief of Bagdad

Saturday April 13th

Silent Film 6PM

Metropolis

Sunday April 14

SECOND SUNDAY SPEAKER SERIES

Twisted Sisters - the story of the hurricanes that swept through New England in 1954 and 1955

Saturday April 20

Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of 'The Ladybug"

 

Saturday April 20

Silent Film 6PM

Early Animations Shorts

Thursday April 25th

Pop Up Art Gallery

 

Saturday April 27th

Silent Film 6PM

Ravished Armenia

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