HISTORIC WALK WITH STEVEN O'SHAUGHNESSY
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Sunday, April 7, $30 Visit Brattle Street a historic site in Cambridge with NBSS Preservation Carpentry instructor Steven O'Shaughnessy. Notable stops include the 1880 Stoughton House a shingle style built by H.H. Richardson, The 1759 Vassal-Craigie-Longfellow House, considered among the finest Georgian Mansions in the nation and the 1689 Hooper-Lee-Nichols House, home of the Cambridge Historical Society. Register now.
Steven, a 1999 graduate of the NBSS, is the head of the preservation carpentry department. He worked as a preservation carpenter for Historic New England for six years and was an instructor for Boston Youthbuild's preservation carpentry program. During his tenure at Historic New England, he supervised NBSS students as summer interns and for two years he led a group of second-year NBSS students in the preservation of Pierce House in Dorchester, Massachusetts which earned him Historic New England's President's award.