Make it the best summer ever! Every day at Camp Christopher brings fun activities for all interests. We believe that camp fosters self-confidence and growth. With the guidance of our energetic counseling staff, campers make friends while playing a wide variety of sports and backyard games. No two days are the same!
Each year, the Wellspring Award is given at the Women Honoring Women Luncheon to honor women whose lives and work realize Wellspring's vision of a just society by helping to meet basic human needs and participating in social change.
You’re invited to celebrate Wellspring’s very special 20th Annual Luncheon. We expect 700 attendees to join us to applaud the journeys of Wellspring’s students and program participants on their journeys forward and to salute the all of the past honorees who have extended their hands in support of our work.
Host a table. Bring a Friend. Don’t Miss the Celebration.
Summer is just around the corner. Make it a fun-filled summer at Camp Christopher. Both prospective and returning Camp families are welcome to attend the Camp Christopher Open House to meet staff, tour the property, and learn what Camp Christopher is all about! Every day at camp means swimming, games, sports, arts & crafts and more. Campers make friends, try new adventures and master skills. Camp Christopher creates a welcoming camp experience that fosters self-confidence and growth in youngsters of all ages.
Who doesn't want ice cream for breakfast? Eat ice cream for breakfast with zero guilt, because it's for a great cause! Saturday, February 6th is National Ice Cream for Breakfast Day. We'll be celebrating at Cherry Farm with a special "breakfast" menu featuring...
Don't miss this year's #1 event on the North Shore! Join the North Shore YMCA for an incredible evening of fun, dinner, a live auction, and dancing, as you learn about the Y's impact in your community. Help us raise funds for individuals, children and families across the 25 communities we serve on the North Shore and into Southern New Hampshire.
Come to Danvers Massachusetts for the Annual Summer Moon Pow-Wow! Sponsored by the Massachusetts Center for Native American Awareness, this festival is a showcase for traditional Native American culture including dance, music, storytelling, craft making, singing, tipi building, interactive games and more. Bring the family, learn about the culture of the Native American tribes that were here when European settlers arrived, and enjoy the beautiful setting of Endicott Park in Danvers!
Kids are invited to the children's garden at the Peabody Institute Library - Danvers children's garden for a fun show featuring the Music Man - Brian Doser! Brian performs nothing but straight ahead music to get your child up and dancing. These classic songs were inspired by time honored tunes sung to him by his grandmother years ago. Be careful, parents may find themselves singing along and joining in the fun!
Endicott Park Day is a true family outing, with activities and events for people of all ages starting at 11:00. From the Doll Carriage Parade to face painting & temporary tattoos, and other kid’s activities, demonstrations, and rides. There is sure to be something for everyone. Local businesses and crafts-people will have booths. And bring an appetite, as a wide variety of food is available from fried dough to Boy Scout Troop 155’s grill. *(for a nominal fee). The Parent / Child Cookie Baking contest will be in Carriage House Conference Room, and the Entertainment will be in the Carriage House. All day rides for only $5.00
Come to Rebecca Nurse Homestead to party like it's the 1910s again! In the early 20th century when The Rebecca Nurse Homestead became a Museum they hosted a Gala Day & Garden Party Bazaar, and we are taking you back in time to experience that event.