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[ALBSA-Info] Sculpture Tours at Forest Hills Cemeteryalbboschurch at juno.com albboschurch at juno.com
Wed Jun 13 08:15:28 EDT 2001
Sculpture Tours The Educational Trust of Historic Forest Hills Cemetery presents two Sculpture Tours on the Saturday afternoons of June 16th and July 14th at 2 PM. Enjoy a Summer day on the magnificent grounds and explore the nationally acclaimed collection of Victorian sculpture, including the works of Daniel Chester French, Martin Milmore and Thomas Ball. Forest Hills is site of the resting places of many notables in the Albanian community, including Archbishop Fan Stylian Noli, whose monument is also featured in brochure of the Educational Trust. A Cenotaph marks the former grave of the eminent Albanian literary stylist and former Ambassador of Albania to the U.S. Faik Konica whose remains are now in Tirana. Other Albanian notables include author, patriot and former Consul Constantine Chekrezi; historian and late editor of Dielli, Qerim Panarity; writer and editor of Dielli, Refat Gurrazezi; Editor of Liria, Dhimitri Trebicka; the first Albanian physicians in Boston, Dr. Andrew and Dr. Dhimitra Tzina Elia; Chairman of the Albanian Relief Fund, Dr. Nicholas and Pauline Prift, Bishop Stephen Lasko and Bishop Mark Lipa, and many other notables in the Albanian-American community.. The Scupture Tours are led by Curator of Collections, Rebecca Reynolds, noted art historian. Admission is free. The tours mark a transition in cemetery awareness and are means living memorials for meditation and reflection. New features include horticultural tours and concerts held in the Chapel, with its splendid Tiffany Windows. For further information call (617) 524-0128, ext 22, or visit the website at <www. foresthillstrust.org > ________________________________________________________________ GET INTERNET ACCESS FROM JUNO! Juno offers FREE or PREMIUM Internet access for less! Join Juno today! For your FREE software, visit: http://dl.www.juno.com/get/tagj.
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