Join us for the second annual ‘Movies at the Meeting House’ series. During 2016, Old South Meeting House has showcased an eclectic array of movies featuring stories by Boston writers. On December 1, we will screen the film version of Louisa May Alcott’s iconic novel Little Women, which follows the March sisters as they wrestle with growing pains, experience the impacts of the Civil War, fall in love, and begin building independent lives. A resident of Boston and Concord, Alcott was known not only for her fiction writing, but also for her participation in the late 19th-century movement to save Old South Meeting House from demolition – in what became New England’s first historic preservation success story. Kick off the holiday season with this American family classic by Bostonian novelist and friend of Old South Meeting House Louisa May Alcott.
Thursday, December 1st at 6:00pm: Little Women
Doors open at 5:15pm, film begins at 6:00pm
Tickets available at http://osmhdec1-16.bpt.me Advance tickets $8 for general public, $4 for OSMH members. All tickets are $10 at the door.
Light refreshments will be available for purchase.