Join the JFK Library for a day of presidential storytelling, musical performances, and more that brings history to life for all ages. The Festival will feature performances of Kennedy campaign songs and Museum tours will highlight President Kennedy’s time in the White House, with additional elements focusing on democratic values and the importance of civic participation to complement this election year.

Meet and Greet Historic Guests:

  • President John Adams portrayed by Mike Lepage
  • First Lady Abigail Adams portrayed by Audrey Stuck-Girard
  • President Thomas Jefferson portrayed by Bill Barker
  • President Theodore Roosevelt portrayed by Gib Young


  • Musical Performances
  • Family-Friendly Museum Tours
  • Hands-on “Make and Take” Activities

Onsite Visitors: Special Festival activities are free with paid admission, and children ages 17 and under are admitted free of charge on Festival Day. Additional student, military, senior and EBT discounts are available. Regular admission fees apply to all other visitors. The Festival is especially appropriate for ages 7 and up.

Sensory Accommodations: A quiet space is available on this day in case anyone is experiencing sensory overload and needs a break.

Online Viewing: If you cannot make it to the JFK Library, you can watch all the performances live. Video recordings will also be available after the program has ended. Online viewing is free of charge. All video recordings will be closed-captioned.

One Comment

  1. Justyn Tyme February 29, 2024 at 3:53 pm - Reply

    You might consider going over to the Kennedy Library and listen to the Tapes of Jacqueline Kennedy.
    She gives her version of the Assassination of the President. You will be shocked at what she has to say.
    No need for Investigations here. She knew the Truth from day 1.

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