Our Spring 2020 issue of The Scout is full of exciting news and updates. Read about the Arlington Chamber of Commerce’s nomination of James McGough and Geri Tremblay as Citizens of the Year and our recent acquisition of a rare self portrait of Cyrus Dallin and a plaster sculpture group entitled The Last Council. Learn about a previously unknown seal designed by Dallin for Browne & Nichols School in Cambridge (now Buckingham, Brown & Nichols) and a generous grant from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Foundation. Explore our new virtual learning resources and enjoy highlights and photos from our winter programs.
The Scout, Fall/Winter 2019. Highlights: recap of visit with Lakota youth from the Pine Ridge Reservation, remembering museum treasurer Paul McGaffigan, spotlight interview with Barry Sloane and Linda Sloane Kay of Century Bank, and Art on the Green recap.
The Scout, Summer 2019. Highlights: Acquisition of a rare portrait by Dallin entitled Mrs. Hall’s Letter, Whittemore Park Revitalization Plan, generous gift from the Joan Pearson Watkins Revocable Trust, and MFA symposium recap.
The Scout, Winter 2018/19. Highlights: 20th anniversary celebration recap, unveiling of new paintings exhibit and portrait bust of Charles Lindbergh, spotlight interview with Coley Harden of Winchester Co-operative Bank, and remembering longtime Select Board member and Museum champion Kevin Greeley.
The Scout, Fall 2018. Highlights: Jim McGough and the founding of the Dallin Museum, Lakota YouthStay visit, Summer Soiree recap, and Spotlight Interview with Rob Mirak of Mirak Automotive Group.
The Scout, Summer 2018. Highlights: New research on Dallin’s activism for the rights of Native peoples, sneak peak at Dallin’s bust of Charles Lindbergh, and Town of Arlington-funded restoration of Menotomy Hunter and Robbins Memorial Flagstaff.