Author Archives: The Bulfinch Fund

About The Bulfinch Fund

The Bulfinch Fund, Inc, is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the preservation of “The Bulfinch Church” – The Fifth Meeting House, a designated National Historic Landmark standing in Lancaster, Massachusetts since 1816. The Fund’s objectives are to develop resources for the preservation and restoration of this building and to foster recognition of the significance of the 19th century American architect, Charles Bulfinch, through tours and other educational programs, events and publications. The Bulfinch Fund, Inc. is legally separate from any church-related assembly.

An evening with Jefferson Hamer, Tashina Clarridge, and Maeve Gilchrist to benefit the Bulfinch Fund”,

Join Us for an Amazing Concert by Nationally Recognized Musicians Jefferson Hamer, (Lancaster’s native son on guitar), Tashina Clarridge (fiddle) and Maeve Gilchrist( harp).  October 2nd 7 – 9 pm First Church of Lancaster (The Bulfinch Church) 725 Main St. … Continue reading

Posted in Events | Leave a comment

Martha Moore Named Executive Director of the Bulfinch Fund

June 23, 2011 – Martha Moore, currently serving as Clerk of the Bulfinch Fund was asked to step off the Board of Directors to become the first Executive Director of the Bulfinch Fund. Ms. Moore officially accepted the position at … Continue reading

Posted in News | Leave a comment

Learning By Design Comes to Lancaster

Learning By Design

As the first weeks of summer arrived at the Mary Rowlandson Elementary School in Lancaster MA, 200 students participated in lively, hands-on design sessions offered by Learning By Design in Massachusetts, a statewide K-12 architecture and design education program. This … Continue reading

Posted in Press | Leave a comment

Meetinghouses — Enduring Presence

Paul Wainwright

Self-taught photographer Paul Wainwright will share his stark images that forever capture the “presence” and history found in the New England meetinghouses.  Reception and book-signing. “To understand the significance of the New England meetinghouse is to understand the power and … Continue reading

Posted in Events | Leave a comment

Strollin’ & Rollin’Lancaster

A town-wide celebration of Lancaster’s rich and varied built treasures.  Done in collaboration with Lancaster Historical Society and Freedoms Way National Heritage Area. Funded by the Lancaster Cultural Council. [Tentative date May 2012]  

Posted in Events | Leave a comment