GRAFTON, Mass. - The Grafton Historical Society will present “Witches,” a program on the history of witchcraft in New England, Thursday at the South Grafton Community House.
The program, to be performed by costumed historic interpreter Patricia Perry of Sneak Peek Productions, will take place 7 p.m.
“We are delighted to have Patricia Perry giving another of her fascinating programs for us,” said Linda Casey, Grafton Historical Society president. “It promises some good fun just in time for Halloween. In fact, audience members may even find themselves accused of witchcraft and a mock trial may break out at any moment.”
“Witches” explores the history of witchcraft in New England. It examines the events surrounding the witch trials from the perspectives of both the accusers and the accused. A donation of $5 is requested for the program.