Traditional Lobster Bake, Chowder, Chicken, etc. available all day at Lynch Park. Dine at picnic tables under the tent while listening to local bands. Local businesses, politicians, and non-profits will be set up around the park to share information with you. There will also be Kids Spirit of Lobster Costume Contest at 2pm. Kids can dress in their best Lobster Fest costume and win great prizes!
Food, music, live entertainment, dance, craft and fun come together for a great family time at the Downtown Gloucester Block every Third Saturday through September! Five music stages, shopping 'til 11pm, outside sidewalk dining, live dance performances and all kinds of other fun things to do make the streets come alive. Kids will love the singers and roaming magician, and they'll find games, facepainting, kids snacks, balloons, giant chess and more in 'Kids Town'!
August 2016 Gloucester Block Party
Hosted by the Danvers Rotary, the Danvers Rotary Open Market has fresh fruit produce and other locally made foods every Wednesday June through August in the heart of Danvers Massachusetts. Come visit to see our array of local and regional vendors. This community building program is sponsored by the Danvers Rotary.
Join Appleton Farms for a dinner on the farm! Each Friday Appleton Farms invites you to join us for dinner. Relax under the setting sun and enjoy a truly unique farm to table experience. From fresh vegetables and fruits, to local pasture raised meats and sustainable seafood, Chive Events will prepare each meal using the best ingredients available from our own and other local farms. Menus may include slow roasted pork with rhubarb jam, seasonal fresh salads and homemade strawberry short cakes. Watch the season change with each meal and bring the whole family to enjoy the weekly harvests. A casual dinner set overlooking the Great Pasture will remind you to slow down and breathe in the summer's air. Enjoy a cold beverage from our friends at Ipswich Ale while you play old-fashioned lawn games and listen to live music.
Come try your skill at games on the arcade, take an amusement ride and enjoy unique fair-style food in a fun carnival atmosphere of the annual Annual Wreaths Across America Carnival! There's fun for the whole family. Rides are a Cushing Amusements Production! This year's Carnival is located at Salem Willows.
Now in its 52nd year, the Marblehead Festival of Arts has had a rich history in producing an annual summer arts Festival over the July 4th holiday week. This premier Festival hosts art exhibits in Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Mixed Media, Printmaking, Photography, Crafts, Plein aire Painting, Senior Art, Student Art and Youth Art. There's also a lot of great events and activities geared toward keeping kids and families engaged and entertained!
Emma Andrews Library and Community Center is hosting their annual fundraiser yard sale and bake sale on July 27 this year. Come join the fun and see what treasures you can find! All proceeds go to fund programs at the center. So clean out your closets, attics, cellars and garages, then bring your sellable goods to the Community Center! You can also rent your own space for just $25! Contact Rebecca for more info.
Annual Greek Food Festival. Featuring assorted Greek Foods and Pastries such as Gyro, Lamb Shanks, Lamb and Chicken Souvlaki (Kabobs), Spinach Pie, Pastichio, Stuffed Grape Leaves, Baklava, Koulourakia, Kourambiethes and Much, Much More! Live Greek Music Friday and Saturday night 5-9pm!
Olde Fashioned Sunday in Downtown Newburyport will be a great day to remember the beginnings of our Yankee Homecoming celebrations. We can enjoy some “new” events so as to make future memories for the current younger generations as the past has given some of us the “good ole’ days” to remember. Olde Fashioned Sunday 2018 begins on the stage with the opportunity to show the audience your favorite pets. Every person and pet is a winner in this event. The formal opening of Yankee Homecoming will include the introduction of all the past chairperson and the singing of the national anthem.
Wednesday, July 17
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