Join us on October 23rd and 24th for “The Gathering Place,” a celebration of Mount Auburn choreographed by Jennifer Lin. The sum of a gathering of spirits, people, plants, and animals within a place – Mount Auburn. Inspired by the … Continue reading
Moonlight Abolitionists Written by Patrick GabridgeA Concert Reading Directed by Megan Sandberg-ZakianProduced in partnership with Plays in Place, LLC Join us for a site-specific outdoor concert reading of a one-act play by playwright Patrick Gabridge designed to be performed at … Continue reading
When you visit Mount Auburn, don’t forget to stop by the Visitor’s Center for a free copy of our new educational booklet about Asa Gray Garden!
By Karen Falb Mount Auburn Cemetery and the nearby Larchwood Neighborhood (Fig. 1) have a history going back to the Cemetery’s founding in 1831. At that time, the neighborhood was an estate owned by John Chipman Gray (1793-1881), a state … Continue reading