The President of the Military Historical Society of Massachusetts requests the pleasure of your attendance at the third installment of a lecture series examining the history of Boston during the era of American Revolution.
Distinguished Speaker: Dr. Brooke Barbier will present the third part of the Revolutionary Boston Lecture series: “Boston Under Siege: Life in Boston 1774-1776”
Dr. Barbier received her PhD in American History from Boston College, researching Boston’s Social and cultural life during and after the American Revolution.
Because she believes beer makes history even better, she founded Ye Olde Tavern Tours in 2013, offering spirited tours of Boston’s Freedom Trail. She is the author of Boston in the American Revolution: A Town Versus an Empire and co-host of the “Beer Makes History” podcast series. A native of San Diego, she has resided in Boston for over fifteen years.
Schedule for the Evening
1800 – Assemble at the Colonial Inn’s Heritage Room for dinner seating
1815 – Dinner service (Menu attached. Please include meal selection with RSVP)
1845 – Distinguished speaker Dr. Brooke Barbier
(Dessert Course and coffee & tea served)
Dinner Menu Entree Choices:
• Grilled Chicken Marsala with Prosciutto & Mushroom Demi Glaze
• Ritz Cracker Crusted Cod in Citrus Beurre Blanc
Entrée Side: Herb Roasted Potato and Green Beans with Caramelized Onions
Salad: Baby Spinach with Red Onions, Dried Cranberries, Walnuts, Goat Cheese and a Balsamic Dressing
Ample free parking is available behind the Inn.