Join us on the Forbes Library lawn for history, music, and food to celebrate the centennial of Calvin Coolidge's Presidency!
On August 2, 1923, Vice-President Coolidge was vacationing at his father's farm in Plymouth Notch, Vermont when he was notified by telegram of the death of President Harding. On August 3, 1923 at 2:47 AM, Calvin Coolidge was sworn in by his father, Colonel John Coolidge, a notary public.
Favorite hand pies of the Coolidge Family made by Florence Pie Bar will be for sale and Plymouth Cheese and 1920s mocktails will be served.
A new introductory film by Stan Sherer will debut in the Coolidge Museum
Northampton band O-Tones will perform 1920s themed music
In case of inclement weather, events will take place inside the Coolidge Museum and Hosmer Gallery on the 2nd floor.
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