An interactive, fun festival for the entire family and for a great cause! Friendly dogs are welcome (must be leashed)! Come to Essex, throw a blanket down, listen to some tunes and hang out with us for the day! We will have cider donuts and refreshments to purchase for the early visitors and then move right along to a cookout in the afternoon. We will also be unveiling our new fall/winter SPR Merchandise!
Join the Essex Base Ball Organization on October 14th, 2017, as members of the vintage base ball community will be participating in the 5th annual Jan’s Pitch for Breast Cancer and the Arts, to raise money for cancer research and to fund art education in inner city schools in Lawrence, MA. Three games will take place at the beautiful Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm, featuring teams from all over New England and beyond.
Bring the whole family to Wolf Hollows annual live Reggae concert featuring award winning Reggae Band Jah Spirit! This concert is an annual fundraiser for Wolf Hollow. Great food is available from food trucks and beer and soda will be pouring from Ipswich Ale Brewery's Tapmobile. Bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy face painting, food vendors, and viewing of the wolves.
The Donkey Derby at Myopia Hunt Club in Hamilton is a fun way to raise funds for the equine rescue network. The mission of the event is to ENJOY the day and raise awareness of donkeys: They make great pets! They are affectionate, agile & athletic - AND are highly sought after by the Chinese :( If we raise money to save more donkeys - even better!
The "Muddy Leprechaun" Mud Run is a run held in memory of Teddy O'Leary, husband, father, and friend to many in our community and beyond. The run, which started in 2013, is held at Marini's Farm, Linebrook Rd., Ipswich MA.
Canoeing and kayaking are a wonderful complement to a meditative practice. Our paddle will be led by Kent Harrop a graduate of the Shalem Institute in Contemplative Leadership and a life-long lover of rivers and paddling. Before entering the water we’ll be introduced to a few simple yet profound meditation mantras designed to quiet our minds.
Want to canoe or kayak on the Ipswich River? Would you like to help support the health and longevity of the river while you do? Join the Ipswich River Watershed Association for their second annual Paddle-a-thon. You can choose to it alone, or take a guided social paddle, and all participants invited to join the party after their paddle between noon and 3pm. This fun fundraising event is open to all, and the IRWA even has a limited supply of kayaks and canoes, so register today!
The North Shore Tour de Cure raises funds to support the essential efforts of the American Diabetes Association’s mission – to prevent and cure diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes. Choose from FIVE route options – 15 Mile, 31 Mile, 62 Mile, 100 Mile Gran Fondo, plus their new 100K Gravel Route!
This is the 47th year for this annual event hosted by the Danvers Kiwanis Club! Bring your family to the Danvers High School Cafeteria for a morning of fun and good breakfast! The Danvers Kiwanis Club, your community service club, is celebrating their 56th year of service – and thanks to fundraisers like this, has been able to donate over $570,000 to the Danvers Community. So come eat some flapjacks and help them raise money for the kids of the Danvers community. The price is $5 for adults and $4 for children.
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