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Alden Kindred Reunion 2021
Celebrate 121 years of the Alden Kindred legacy and share the history, kinship and fun of this year's reunion with several online programs.
Zoom schedule
Friday, August 6 - noon. "The First Thanksgiving 1621." Join artist Karen Rinaldo for a talk about her painting that depicts the Mayflower survivors and the Wampanoags at the famous harvest feast. This painting was displayed at Pilgrim Hall and Plimoth Patuxet Museums and has appeared in several textbooks. Karen with be joined by author Kevin Doyle, author of "In the Wake of the Mayflower."

Saturday, August 7
10:30 am - Alden Kindred annual meeting.
1 pm. Virtual tour of Alden House led by one of AKA's expert guides.
2 pm. "Made in America, The Pilgrim Story and How it Grew." Noted Pilgrim scholar James W. Baker explores the history and myths of the Pilgrim story in this talk based on his new book.
Aug 6, 2021 12:00 PM
Aug 7, 2021 10:30 AM
Aug 7, 2021 01:00 PM
Aug 7, 2021 02:00 PM
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Speakers

James W. Baker
Made in America, The Pilgrim Story and How it Grew
Noted Pilgrim scholar and Alden descendant James W. Baker will explore the history and myths of the Pilgrim story in this presentation for the Alden Kindred reunion.
Karen Rinaldo
The First Thanksgiving 1621
Artist Karen Rinaldo will discuss her painting that depicts the Mayflower survivors and the Wampanoags at the famous harvest feast. Commissioned by the National Association of Christian Congregational Churches as "a Gift to the Nation," the painting was displayed at Pilgrim Hall Museum and Plimoth Patuxet Museums for many years and has appeared in numerous textbooks. Karen will be joined by Kevin Doyle, author of "In the Wake of the Mayflower."