Join the Trustess of Reservations on Earth Day at Crane Beach in Ipswich Massachsuetts for their Annual Earth Day beach cleanup! The harsh winter ocean can deliver tons of marine debris to our shores, and before shorebird season gets into full swing we aim to sweep the beach of trash. Due to the high interest we usually get for this event, we ask that people register in advance.
When the doors open at the Hilton Doubletree in Danvers on Thursday, April 4th at 11:30 a.m., hundreds of community leaders, elected officials, business men and women, girls and supporters of girls will unite to celebrate Girls Inc. 31st Annual Celebration luncheon. “We are thrilled to celebrate the accomplishments of the 2019 graduating class and our girl heroes. I am honored to be part of an organization that celebrates girls and women as leaders in the community,” says Deb Ansourlian, Executive Director of Girls Inc. of Lynn.
Come to the white sands of CRANE BEACH to collectively welcome Springs revitalization with a BLAST of COLOR! Beach Bonfire & Om Drum 1-3pm, Color Blast precisely at 2pm! Bring a drum and join the circle if you like. We will have some number of percussion instruments available to share. Event is FREE. Crane Beach Parking fees apply.
Dance is a New England folk tradition. Fiddle/Folk music plays, a Caller calls: “Bow to your partner. Bow to your corner. All join hands, circle left…” As you and your partner progress through the dance, you will, before the night is through, have di-si-dow-ed with just about everybody in the hall.
You’ve been our roots, now we’re spreading our wings. You helped us get here and now we want to share where we're going. We'll share our vision for the future at a wine and cheese reception celebrating and saying thank you to our fantastic community. Join us to learn what’s next as we tackle our mission to build a healthy, connected, environmentally sustainable community in Gloucester and beyond.
Join the Newburyport YWCA for screening of Dawnland, as part of their Martin Luther King Day observances. At our annual Martin Luther King, Jr. event we will be screening the film Dawnland, “a documentary about cultural survival and stolen children: the first truth and reconciliation commission for Native Americans.” Following the screening there will be a question and answer period with Mishy Lesser, Learning Director for the Upstanding Project. A light dinner and dessert will be served.
Come to Spencer Peirce Little Farm for a mid-winter open house and bonfire to celebrate the official purchase of the town of Newbury on January 13, 1701. As part of this community-wide event, tour the Spencer-Pierce-Little House, enjoy hot cider and donuts for sale in the visitor center, and then walk to the nearby town-sponsored bonfire fueled by Christmas trees in the growing fields of Tendercrop Farm!
Come celebrate the longest night and shortest day of the year at Harold Parker State Forest! What causes the winter solstice, and what does it mean for us? Come to Harold Parker State Forest and learn about this most important day of the year to ancient peoples and also to ourselves. Join DCR and Friends of HP for a cup of hot chocolate! We will celebrate the solstice at sunset at exactly 4:15 p.m. and usher out the shortest day of the year. Dress warmly and wear hiking footwear, bring water with you. We will be taking a short hike prior to the solstice sunset ritual.
Come to Marini Farm for the Tree Jubilee fundraiser to benefit The Ipswich Humane Group. Tour the gallery of beautifully decorated trees and wreaths donated by local organizations, families, and businesses then choose the ones you want a chance to win! More than 50 spectacularly decorated trees and wreaths will be raffled off (decorations and all!) at the end of the Jubilee. You never know what our participants will decorate their trees with!
Visiting Castle Hill at Christmas is a time-honored tradition for many New England families. Don't miss this year's spectacular "Christmas by the Sea". Each room in our 1920s mansion is festively decorated by florists, designers, garden clubs, or volunteers. You'll find live music and dance, fresh baked cookies and cider, a treasure hunt, family activities, and a visit with Santa.
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