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  • Arts After Hours
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  • Lynn Arts

    About UsLynn Arts Inc is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting cultural activity in the city of Lynn, as well as to encouraging community interest and involvement in the arts in the Greater Boston area. It is the firm belief of this organization that the ...

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  • Lynn Carnival

    The carnival will feature rides, games and food. There will be a petting zoo daily...

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  • Lynn Museum and Historical Society

    History of LMHSIn 1629, Lynn, Massachusetts—once home to the Pawtucket Indians— was founded on Boston’s North Shore and remained a sleepy, rural village throughout most of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Although the first shoemakers in Lynn settl...

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  • Muthas Mystake

          Bio: Mutha's Mystake rocked the North Shore and beyond from 1996 - 2007. Bringing classic rock/hard rock/dance rock/top 40 rock to the party loving public!!! Entertaining crowds with their mix of musical talen...

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  • Raw Art Works

    The Vision of RawRAW then...Over 20 years ago RAW started to place paint brushes into the hands of kids. RAW's team of art therapists began by traveling throughout Massachusetts creating art with incarcerated youth. In 1994 we opened RAW Space in Lynn to help more youth and ...

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  • The Grand Army Of The Republic Museum

    The Grand Army of the Republic Museum was erected in 1885 with funds raised by local Civil War veterans for what was the largest G.A.R. post in the country. Its crowning glory is the enormous 56' x 46' main hall on the third floor, which retains the original furnishings and ...

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  • The Grand Army of The Republic Museum

    The Grand Army of the Republic Museum was erected in 1885 with funds raised by local Civil War veterans for what was the largest G.A.R. post in the country. Its crowning glory is the enormous 56' x 46' main hall on the third floor, which retains the original furnishings and ...

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