From May 14th to May 22nd a region-wide celebration of the natural, cultural and historic “treasures” located within the Freedom’s Way National Heritage Area, Hidden Treasures 2016 features a unique variety of regional treasures to explore during eight days of creative, community organized and presented activities offered free of charge.
Discover exciting and unexpected stories and places “hidden in plain sight” within the heritage area’s 45 communities.
Explore the region’s landscape, public monuments, historic buildings, cultural and natural features, objects and documents held in public collections.
Learn about the visionaries and experimenters who, since before the founding of the nation, lived within the Freedom’s Way National Heritage Area creating new ideas about relationships to society and the natural world.
Connect with the shared stories and places that are part of your own and neighboring communities.
Find your place in the heritage area!
As part of this regional program, the Maynard Historical Commission and the Maynard Historical Society are sponsoring a guided walking tour of Glenwood Cemetery on Sunday, May 15th at 2pm. The tour will be hosted by local historian Paul Boothroyd. Glenwood Cemetery is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Can’t make our event on the 15th? There is a self-guided walking tour of the cemetery (and other parts of town). Click here to learn more.