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.
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...
North Shore Community Development Coalition, in partnership with River House and the Salem Education Foundation, are set to host the 11th Annual Polar Plunge. This event brings families, friends, and community members together to benefit the organization’s efforts to build affordable housing and strengthen communities in the North Shore. Join hundreds of brave supporters of all ages as they jump into the wintery waves to raise money for neighbors in need right here on the North Shore of Boston.
Do you have a mini iron chef in your house? Here's a perfect opportunity to nurture their interest in the culinary arts at Williams-Sonoma's Market Street Lynnfield location! Join American Girl™ for a pasta workshop! We’ll show you how to cut out ravioli using a cool tool called a ravioli plaque, and together we’ll cook a yummy sauce for our pasta. Then mangia (“eat”)! Suitable for ages 8–13.
Register today to walk to conquer cancer on Sunday, September 25.
The Boston Marathon® Jimmy Fund Walk is the largest participatory event benefiting the Jimmy Fund and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. It is the only event, other than the Boston Marathon® itself, sanctioned to travel along the famed 26.2-mile route from Hopkinton, Massachusetts to Boston.
Make every step count—walk along the Boston Marathon® route to support Dana-Farber Cancer Institute's mission to conquer all forms of cancer.
With four routes to choose from, everyone can take steps to conquer cancer.
The Open Door and the Ipswich Lions Club team up to host an evening of food and hospitality. The meal is simple—soup, bread and a cookie. Guests can choose and keep a soup bowl handcrafted for this community event. The bowl goes home as an unspoken reminder that “somewhere - someone’s bowl is empty” Tickets available at the door, costing $15 for adults and $10 for children under 10. Empty Bowl events are held nationally to generate awareness concerning hunger and to raise money for local hunger-relief programs. Proceeds from this event will benefit the Ipswich Open Door Food Pantry.
Essex Shipbuilding Museum invites families to the the Thrid Annual Essex Arts Festival. Spend the afternoon listening to great music, enjoying local art, and eating brick oven pizza and grilled hot dogs with Ipswich Ale and wine. Kids can participate in fun activities based on the new book, "Tilly and the Pirates" by Daisy Nell and George Ulrich. This FREE event is part of Trails & Sails 2016!
The 6th Annual Coast to the Cure Neurofibromatosis Bike Ride starts and finishes at Gloucester’s Stage Fort Park. All routes travel along Cape Ann’s shores and through Manchester-by-the-Sea, Beverly, Hamilton and Ipswich. The terrain includes rolling hills, long, sunny flats, and rural roads winding through the quaint towns of Boston’s North Shore. The 100 mile ride takes you further north through Georgetown, Amesbury and Newburyport.
Essex County Greenbelt Association will host the second annual road cycle event to raise funds for conservation efforts on the North Shore! Seasoned road cyclists, beginner bike enthusiasts, spectators, and volunteers are all invited to participate in the Tour de Greenbelt. Two routes, a half century (50 mile) and a shorter loop, show off some of Greenbelt’s finest conserved properties.