One of the shortest inaugural
addresses in history, yet it’s
lasted the longest.
The 50th anniversary of the JFK inauguration going on now at the JFK Presidential Library.
Columbia Point, Boston jfklibrary.org
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YOUR GUIDE TO
Sterling and Francine Clark
225 South St.
Located in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts, the Clark is home to the one
of the finest collections of Impressionist,
American, British and Old Master paintings,
including works by Degas, Homer, Monet,
Remington, Renoir, Sargent and Turner.
The 140-acre campus features a network
of trails perfect for cross-country skiing or
snowshoeing. This winter the Clark presents
“Eye to Eye: European Portraits 1450-
1850” and “The Strange World of Albrecht
Dürer.” A full schedule of free programs,
family events, music and concerts, and
films is available at clarkart.edu.
Washington National Cathedral
3101 Wisconsin Avenue, N W
Standing at the city’s highest point, Washington National Cathedral features soaring
Gothic architecture, stunning stained glass
fanciful gargoyles adorning
people of all
and offers both
self and guided
touring options, programs
on spirituality, special exhibits, specialty
tours, lectures, monthly labyrinth, organ
demonstrations and musical events.