Virtual Program: Explore Massachusetts — Off The Beaten Path
Author Maria Olia will discuss her brand new book, Massachusetts Off the Beaten Path, on Tuesday, June 20 at 7PM via Zoom.
About The Book: Discover some of Massachusetts’s unique offerings with this guide: Visit a wooden-boat shop that has been in business since 1793; admire the pressed-glass galleries at the Sandwich Glass Museum, or travel back in time at the nineteenth-century Old Sturbridge Village.
About The Author: Maria Olia is a travel writer and essayist. She has written extensively about Boston and New England and has authored several travel books on the region. Her articles and essays have appeared in the Boston Globe, Working Mother and the Christian Science Monitor, among other publications. Maria has lived in the Boston area since arriving as a college student to study at Northeastern University more than 30 years ago. She resides with her husband in Newton, just outside of Boston, where they raised their three sons and daughter. Maria has a passion for American history, Cape Cod beaches, the Boston Symphony and the Red Sox. She will always call Massachusetts home.
Register directly on Zoom HERE. This virtual event is a collaboration between several libraries.
NOTE: This program will be recorded. All registrants will receive the recording via email within 24 hours of the program.