Cary Square Day of History

10am – 11am – A walking tour led by Lee Farrington and Marsha Johnson leaves from 60 Tudor Street and ends at the Governor Bellingham-Cary House.

11am – 2pm – An Open House at Governor Bellingham-Cary House, 34 Parker Street, with special remarks between 12pm – 1pm. 

2pm – 6pm – Chelsea Chamber of Commerce Marketplace with Family Activities in the Temple Emmanuel Courtyard (entrance on Gardner Street at Cary Ave)

2pm – 6pm – Open House at Temple Emmanuel 60

Opening remarks and Grand Opening of the Jewish Chelsea Museum! 2:30pm

Storytelling: Life in Jewish Chelsea 3:30 – 4:15 pm

Clips from the film “Chelsea, The Jewish Years” 4:30 – 4:45 pm

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Chelsea Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Massachusetts cultural council, a state agency.


Land Acknowledgement: “We pay respect to the towns of the Indigenous Massachusett, which include Winnisimmet (now Chelsea & Revere) and Mishawum (various towns including Everett). We respect the Massachusett elders, past and present, who stewarded the lands throughout generations.” TND.

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Interested in volunteering or have any questions – please reach out to me at, Temple Emmanuel Event Coordinator or to Herb Selesnick, Community Engagement Coordinator, Temple Emmanuel of Chelsea at