For the 2020 Season, Cape Ann Farmers Market will hold a Drive Thru/Pre-Order market. As things develop the Market organizer will do their best to work through the hurdles please visit the website and facebook page frequently for updated information!
The Marblehead Farmer's Market boasts 15+ local farms, and booths with an educational spin nutrition, vendors and farms selling homemade prepared goods and craft vendors that are switched up in a rotation basis week to week. Additionally there are entertainers and exhibits by environmentally conscious organizations and non-profits.
The Magnolia Community Farmer’s Market will reopen in June of 2019 with a new line up of vendors, followers, entertainment and community purpose. We hope to offer favorite flavors, produce and products, created and operated by local vendors, crafters, artisans, farmers, purveyors, bakers, and chefs. Our dedicated team will strive to provide the very best in local goods while creating a new avenue to give back to our community. Funds raised by the MCFM will directly benefit the enrichment of Magnolia.
Over 50,000 tulips are scheduled to bloom at Cider Hill Farm at the end of April - beginning of May. Pre-sale tickets for cut-your-own tulips sold out in February but ticket sale link will open again in April as bloom dates are officially announced by Cider Hill farmers. Learn more about cut-your-own tulip dates by visiting Cider Hill Farm's website.
The Danvers Alarm List Coy is a group of 18th century living history reeanactors that portray the militia, minute and alarm companies of Danvers and surrounding communities, as they existed in the 1774-1775 timeframe. Join them in Danvers for a unique celebration of Patriot's Day!
The Newburyport Farmers Market brings the market indoors for the Winter months and encourages people to come see what Newburyport has to offer! Fresh soups will warm you as you find great to local meat, fish & produce, listen to live music, and meet a community of people dedicated to bringing you fresh food year round!
Celebrate the arrival of spring with a hike to Waterfowl Pond. Along the way, we'll look for ducks and red-winged blackbirds in the wetlands, listen for the call of the phoebe, and search for signs that the animals that slept away the winter are emerging and those that went south are returning.
This Mother’s Day, Celebrate Spring in Boston's most beautiful parks at the Duckling Day celebration and parade on Sunday, May 10th. A beloved tradition for over 30 years, the event celebrates the children’s classic book Make Way for Ducklings by Robert McCloskey. Every year, hundreds of children parade through Boston’s most picturesque parks, dressed like characters from the story. Led by the Harvard University Marching Band, the parade will begin in the Boston Common at the Parkman Bandstand and end in the Public Garden near the famous Make Way for Ducklings sculptures.
Join Newburyport Youth Services in a "Judgment Free Zone" to discuss the how grandparents are handling the stress of parenting again. These sessions are meant to provide a time and a place to share feelings, experiences and resources to support each other together. This program is hosted by NYS and facilitated by Kathleen Shaw, LicSW. Free childcare and activities for kids are provided during this meeting - and a FREE light dinner is served!
Part of the Thursday Night Picnic Concerts at Castle Hill at the Crane Estate in Ipswich, this is a great way to get together and have fun with the whole family in an exclusive setting. Beantown Swing invites you to dance and party with the 18-piece orchestra as they perform their 14th annual outdoor concert on the steps of the majestic Crane Estate mansion in front of a half-mile lawn that stretches out to the ocean above Crane's Beach. There will be a beginner swing dance lesson from 6 to 7pm (no partner or experience required). The band plays from 7 to 9pm.
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