graphic for Open House at Dickinson Museum. Emily Dickinson stands in front of large numbers 192 with balloons and a birthday hat

Emily Dickinson Birthday Open House
Sat., December 10, 1-4pm ET

IN-PERSON PROGRAM
Space is limited, registration is required.
THIS PROGRAM IS SOLD OUT! Thank you for your interest. The Homestead maximum occupancy is 50 people. We will do our best to move visitors through in a timely fashion to ensure maximum participation during the open house. Entry will occur on a first-arrived, first-served basis with priority given to ticket holders. 

graphic for Open House at Dickinson Museum. Emily Dickinson stands in front of large numbers 192 with balloons and a birthday hat

You are cordially invited to the Emily Dickinson Museum’s in-person celebration of the poet’s 192nd birthday! On Saturday, December 10, join us at the Homestead for an Open House. For the first time in 3 years, we’ll be celebrating Dickinson’s birthday from the place she called home. Join us for a free open house at the Homestead with activities, music, and treats!

All are welcome to this free program


Can’t attend in-person? Join us for our virtual celebration!: 
Emily Dickinson Virtual Birthday Celebration


Give a Birthday Gift
It’s not a birthday party without gifts! If you’re looking to honor Emily Dickinson with a birthday present, please consider a donation to the Museum to support our free virtual programs which are made possible with your support. Gifts of all sizes are deeply appreciated.

 

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About Dickinson’s Birthday

Emily Dickinson, the middle child of Edward and Emily Norcross Dickinson, was born on December 10, 1830, in the family Homestead on Main Street in Amherst, Massachusetts. She celebrated 55 birthdays before her death in 1886. As an adult she wrote, “We turn not older with years, but newer every day.” (Johnson L379)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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