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On a sunny Saturday last autumn, more than 200 volunteers came together to build a playground for the children of the Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House- and the entire Area IV community in Cambridge. Ten-year-old Marckenzy Destin called it a miracle. We tend to agree. Since it opened, the playground has served as a hub for neighbors of all ages.
In honor of its impact on our neighborhood, we’ve put together a Special Playground Report, which you can find online here. Produced in part by alumni of the Margaret Fuller House, this newsletter includes interviews, photographs, plus plenty of words of thanks.
We hope you enjoy!
If you’d like a printed copy, please stop by the house, at 71 Cherry Street, or email Barbara Kibler.
Our Spring Newsletter is here!
Happy New Year!
We’re excited to bring you our new Margaret Fuller House Newsletter.
We’ve titled the newsletter ‘Conversations’ to remember the meetings Margaret Fuller hosted in Boston during the 1830s. She created gatherings, called ‘conversations’, where intellectual and activist women could speak freely. During these meetings, Fuller encouraged attendees to further explore topics they were passionate about.
We hope you enjoy our first issue and we welcome all suggestions!