We are working to preserve the knowledge that came from Northfield’s 350th Anniversary. Below you can find recordings of events and documents from research that was done in 2023.

“King Philip’s War in Your Backyard: From Sokwakik to Peskeompskut, 1675-1676,” presented by David Brule, President of the Nolumbeka Project, at Northfield’s Trinitarian Church (147 Main Street). Video Recording by BNCTV.

Abijah Prince in Northfield: A lecture by Gretchen Holbrook Gerzina, given at Trinitarian Congregational Church on April 27, 2023. Video Recording by BNCTV.

Northfield History Coffee Hour with Peter Weis presenting on the History of Northfield Seminary on April 16, 2023 at the Dickinson Memorial Library. Recording by Julie Rosier in two parts.
Part 1
Part 2

The Swan Singers. Biography of a House, Part 1: Presenting Sacred Music Written in Northfield by 18th Century Composer, Timothy Swan at Trinitarian Church. Saturday June 10, 2023. Recorded by BNCTV. 

Trains of Northfield with Philip Johnson. June 11, 2023 at the West Northfield Playground. Recorded by BNCTV.

The Northfield Chateau. Artist Jack Nelson on his ceramic chateau at Fiddleheads Gallery. Tuesday, July 11, 2023. Recorded by BNCTV.

Biography of a House, Part 2: American Youth Hostel and Songs with Jonathan Smith, Joel Fowler, and Music performed by Annie Patterson & Peter Blood. At Community Bible Church on July 19, 2023. Recorded by BNCTV.

A History of D.L. Moody with Kevin Belmonte and Ralph Bledsoe. At Trinitarian Congregational Church on Sunday, July 25, 2023. Recorded by BNCTV.

Hymns of Northfield. At Community Bible Church on Sunday, July 30, 2023. Recorded by BNCTV.

The Gravestone Girls. At Community Bible Church on Thursday, August 3, 2023. Recorded by BNCTV.

The People vs. the Pipeline. A dramatic retelling of the Kinder Morgan Pipeline plans to go through Northfield. At Community Bible Church on Sunday, November 12, 2023. Recorded by BNCTV.