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Episode Info: ing Towns. A free lecture Thursday, May 30 at 7 p.m. at the Morse Institute Library, 14 East Central St., Natick. Find more details here. Down By the River: New Takes on Charles River History. A free lecture Tuesday, June 4 at 7 p.m. at the Durant-Kenrick House and Grounds, 286 Waverley Avenue, Newton. Historic Newton says, The collaboration grew from the recognition that borders in this region – municipal and psychological – have shifted over time. Together, the four organizations can interpret a larger story that crosses the porous borders between our cities and towns, engaging the public in learning about trends affecting our region. Here are a few past episodes that we either mentioned in the interview, or perhaps we should have mentioned Discussion of the “praying towns” in our show on the Harvard Indian College. On the Charles in Newton, Natick, and Wellesley in our show about canoodling. Why some towns chose to be annexed to Boston, and others didn’t. A recent show featured an author talk about Between City and Country: Brookline, Massachusetts, and the Origins of Suburbia. And here are the other historical societies involved in producing the Crossing Borders series: Natick Historical Society Needham History Center and Museum Wellesley Historical Society ......
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