Schoolchildren from Lowell and Concord public schools throw their tricorn hats into the air after the ribbon is cut by a group of dignitaries   from left,
Schoolchildren from Lowell and Concord public schools throw their tricorn hats into the air after the ribbon is cut by a group of dignitaries from left, state Sens. Jamie Eldridge and Mike Barrett; Tom Putnam, executive director of Concord Museum; Ralph Earle, president of the museum s board of governors; Anna and Neil Rasmussen; Churchill Franklin, vice president of the board of governors; Margaret Burke, executive director emerita; and state Rep. Cory Atkins. (COURTESY PHOTO)

The Concord Museum recently celebrated the ribbon-cutting and opening ceremony for its brand-new Anna and Neil Rasmussen Education Center.


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Janet Scudder, an educator at Concord Museum, does a Colonial cooking demonstration for fifth-graders from Lowell Public Schools in one of the new
Janet Scudder, an educator at Concord Museum, does a Colonial cooking demonstration for fifth-graders from Lowell Public Schools in one of the new classrooms at the Rasmussen Education Center. The center will be free and open to the public the next two weekends, Nov. 10-11 and Nov. 17-18. COURTESY PHOTO