A group of Holy Cross Faculty and Environmental Historian Colin Novick (Executive Director, Greater Worcester Land Trust) have made a new film about the Nipmuc of Pakachoag which will premier at a special screening at Pakachoag Church on Tuesday, September 28.
The film titled Pakachoag: Where the River Bends runs 45 minutes and includes a walking tour of sites that would have supported the Nipmuc village and its survival on today’s College Hill / Pakachoag Hill, located on the border of Auburn and South Worcester. Includes interviews with: Prof. Thomas Doughton (Holy Cross History Dept. & Nipmuc Member); Colin Novick, Executive Director, Greater Worcester Land Trust; Cheryll Toney Holley, Leader, Nipmuc Community, Hassanamesit, Grafton.
Discussion to follow film (45 min.) Come share your Pakachoag stories! Parking Available, Handicapped Accessible. Masks required for this indoor event.
When: Tuesday, September 28 2021 | 7 pm
Where: Pakachoag Church | 203 Pakachoag St. | Auburn, MA 01501
Cost: Free but RSVP Requested to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/380897857078546 or https://www.facebook.com/pakachoagcenter
Flyer Pakachoag Where the River Bends (9)