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Speakers are available in a variety of areas of expertise. If you are in need of a speaker for an engagement choose one of our valued partners.

backroad road Trips

Zachary Lamothe

(860) 884-8786

zlamothe@gmail.com

Topics:

  1. South Shore History
  2. New England Travel
  3. New England History and Folklore
MASSACHUSETTS CRANBERRY BOG TOURS

Bonnie Soule

(508) 866-7878

info@cranberries.org

Topics:

  1. Cranberries 101 – Learn the basics of the Massachusetts cranberry industry
  2. Wild Beginnings – From the glacial creation of the bogs to Native Americans utilizing cranberries
General & Mrs. Tom Thumb

Daniel Thompson

(781) 361-1427

middleboroughmuseum@gmail.com

Topics:
1.  General and Mrs. Tom Thumb: The World’s First Superstars
(Photo-The wedding couple as they appeared on the February 21, 1863 cover of  Harper’s Weekly magazine)
2.  Deborah Sampson: Massachusetts State Heroine

Spectacle Live

Kara Mewhinney

(774) 766-1167

kmewhinney@spectaclelive.com

Topics:

  1. Public Speaking
  2. Event Safety Management
  3. Event Planning, Design, and Execution
Mya Royal

Mya Royal

(769) 257-0007

mya@myaroyal.com

Topics:

1.  Fashion History
2. Public Art
3. Personal Styling

Forefathers Monument Plymouth MA

LJ Dunham

(508) 224-4422

A1HistoricTours@aol.com

Topics: 

  1. History of the Landing of Pilgrim Story
  2. The History of Forefathers Monument
  3. The Book of Your Self-Guided Tour of Historic Plymouth
Lea Filson

Lea Filson

(508) 245-6003

LFilson@mayflowermeetinghouse.org

Topics:

  1. The Mayflower Story
  2. Story of the Mayflower Meetinghouse
  3. Joining the Mayflower Society
Mary Shields

Mary Shields

(508) 524-5549

mary@shieldsdesignstudio.com

Topics:

  1.  Character Appearance
  2.   Storybook Time
  3.   Children’s Author
Salem Witch Museum

Rachel Christ

(978) 744-4692

rachelc@salemwitchmuseum.com

Topics: 

  1. The Salem witch trials
  2. The European witch trials and evolving image of the witch
  3. Salem witch trials in public memory
Triple m

Keith Tibbetts

(508) 747-1970

sfey@triplem-llc.com

Topics:

  1. A beginner’s guide to using cannabis for medical purposes
  2. How to grow cannabis at home
Shawn Talbott Speakers Bureau

Shawn Talbott

(801) 915-1170

smtalbott@mac.com

Topics:
1. Mental Wellness
2. Nutrition

Andrew Botieri

Andrew L. Botieri

(508) 982-7523

andrew@andrewbotieri.com

Topics:

  1.  “A Celebration of Life-A Story of Hope, A Miracle & The Power of Attitude”
  2.   Leadership and Customer Experience Talks
Rev Judith Campbell author

Rev. Judith Campbell

(774) 773-9465

revdocmom@comcast.net

Topics:

  1. What it takes to write locally set Mysteries and not get jailed for libel or defamation of character.
  2. Arranging a writing class or workshop in Memoir, Fiction and Short Fiction and Poetry.
Jenney Museum

Leo Martin

(508) 747-4544

info@thejenney.org

Topics:

  1. Mayflower Compact – The covenant that Founded America
  2. Pilgrim Economics – Business Not As Usual
  3. The Pilgrims – They Came As Families
    (Photo-George Henry Boughton Pilgrims Going To Church)
Paragon Park

Jim Callahan

(781) 925-0472

jimcallahan923@gmail.com

Topics:
1. The Paragon Carousel – A Tenacious Tale of Survival of the Last Remaining Vestige of Paragon Park
2. The History of the Clock Tower Building – A Parallel Story of the Evolution of Nantasket Beach and the MA Department of Conservation & Recreation

Boston Cape Cod KOA

Tiffany Crumrine

(505) 228-0061

tcrumrine@koa.net

Topics:

  1. How to travel cross country inexpensively without scrimping on memorable experiences
  2. Camping fun for all generations!
  3. RV 101 – How to setup/break down your RV and campground etiquette