The Alden Kindred of America has been forging connections with Mayflower passengers John Alden and Priscilla Mullins Alden for over 100 years. During that time we have helped thousands of families engage with their heritage through the exploration of the Alden genealogy. For more information on Alden genealogy click here.
2016 Duxbury Food & Wine Festival
Pies, Preserves and Puddings: Historic Foodways at Alden House Historic Site Saturday, September 17, 12-5 pm. From baking and boiling to harvesting and food preservation, early American “huswives” spent long hours preparing meals for their families. Visitors to Alden House Historic Site can explore, taste, and touch the foods of early New England in this talk at an authentic colonial hearthside as part of the DFWF. Eighteenth century hearth cooking expert Leslie Evans will present the period tools, cooking methods, recipes, and preservation techniques of early America. Program is included as part of Alden House tour and includes small bites of popular colonial dishes. Please visit www.duxburyfoodandwinefestival.org for the complete calendar of festival events.
2016 HAUNTED HOUSE
Save the date! Our spook-tacular family friendly Haunted House is planned for Saturday, October 22nd! Contact us to volunteer, this 15th Annual event is a crowd pleaser!
Please click here to view/print our 14th Annual Haunted House poster.