top of page
AdobeStock_76654002_edited.jpg

April we celebrate Earth Day!
 

See our collection of Did You Know fun facts related to Chelsea's rich history.

Earth Day has evolved into the largest civic event on Earth, activating billions across many countries to safeguard our planet and fight for a brighter future, but that cannot be contained in one month alone.

 

We invite everyone to join us to celebrate Chelsea's history, art, and community. 

Search...

Did You Know

Apr 5, 2024

How Lucky Chelsea Residents were in 1940s through the 1960s?

A Chelsea High School Memoir

How Lucky Chelsea Residents were in 1940s through the 1960s?

Feb 20, 2024

The People's A.M.E. Church is hosting its 147th Anniversary in Chelsea this year?

"The People’s A.M.E burned to the ground in the 1908 Chelsea fire and at that time, the serving pastor was Reverend W.H Burrell (1905-1909). To this current day, the church has no stable home."

The People's A.M.E. Church is hosting its 147th Anniversary in Chelsea this year?

Feb 14, 2024

There is a section of the Rumney Marsh burial ground just for African-American "Slaves"?

"The men and women listed here were slaves in Rumney Marsh | Chelsea during the 18th century. Their remains lie interred in unmarked graves along this wall. We should never forget that they were human beings who contributed to our community's history."

There is a section of the Rumney Marsh burial ground just for African-American "Slaves"?

Feb 6, 2024

Leo Robinson wasn't the first African American elected to City Council in Chelsea?

Our first elected African American City Councilor was Captain William James Williams.

Leo Robinson wasn't the first African American elected to City Council in Chelsea?

Jan 30, 2024

There is a participant in the City's 300th Celebration Parade?

Martha Blinderman born in 1919 in Chelsea was in the 300th Celebration parade. Hear her story, which is full of Chelsea memories in the attached video.

There is a participant in the City's 300th Celebration Parade?
bottom of page