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Virtual Tuesdays Continue Through June

Boston By Foot will host a diverse series of online presentations at 7:00 pm each Tuesday from June 9th through June 30th. Volunteer and member events include an Armchair Tour entitled Murder, Mayhem and Martyrs; and a lecture on J. Harleston Parker Medal Winners by Boston By Foot Trustee Tom Chung. Events that are open to all include Spanning New England, a presentation on both the historic and modern bridges in the region; and Boston's LGBTQ Past, a history of gay and lesbian culture in the city presented in June as part of National Pride Month.

Volunteers and members will be sent registration links via email for Murder, Mayhem and Martyrs and the Chung lecture. Others who may be interested in attending these online sessions are encouraged to become a member. In addition to free access to all of our remote content, you'll enjoy free and unlimited admission to nearly all of our walking tours once our outdoor schedule resumes.

Those interested in attending our public programs - Spanning New England and Boston's LGBTQ Past - should use the links below to register.

Be sure to check us out on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for further announcements, including suggestions for exploring Boston's rich history and architecture from the comfort and safety of your home!