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Historical Society Schedules East Street Cemetery Tour

Tour to be led by Kim Zunino.

(Editor's note: The following information was submitted by President David Marcoos.)

The Tewksbury Historical Society is planning our Annual Cemetery Tour on October 21 (6:00pm) and October 23 (3:30pm) This is an evening event so bring your flashlight.  Kim Zunino, the leader of the tour is hoping for good weather this year.  You will learn some Tewksbury Civil War history along with explanations of cemetery lore from our resident expert.  It will be a night to honor the people who came before us.  Their Civil War stories will be told and where they lay at rest.

Children under 12 should come on Sunday.  Reservations may be made by email to: tewksburyhistoricalsociety@MSN.com or tickets are sold at the Library in the Local History room on Tuesdays, 3:30-5:30pm.

Park your car in the Tewksbury Cemetery, parallel to East Street. Look for entrance and you will be directed to parking.  You may also park downtown and take a short walk up East Street to the Cemetery. Bring your flashlight on Friday night.

The Cemetery is located on East Street in Tewksbury. The Society will sell no more than 25 tickets per tour.   E-mail reservations are advised at: tewksburyhistoricalsociety@mns.com.  Payment and reservations every Tuesday [3:30-5:30pm] in the Local History Room [2nd floor].  Payment by check to our mailing address: Tewksbury Historical Society, P.O. Box 522, Tewksbury MA 01876.

A small fee will be charged for the tour - members, $6.00 and non-members, $8.0. Any reservations not claimed by tour time will be transferred to anyone waiting at the cemetery that would like to go on the tour.     

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