After a successful local Fall harvest, the Ipswich Farmer's Market is having a Thanksgiving market just in time to stock up the pantry for Turkey Day! The Market will be held indoors at the Ascension Memorial Church rain or shine! Buy LOCAL ingedients for your Thanksgiving feast for a greener, healthier, and tastier holiday. Fall produce, lots of great locally made gift products and music by Orville Giddings.
Come to the Pizza Fest in Ipswich to sample pizza from local restaurants and raise funds that will be distributed to local students through scholarship programs. This fund raiser event will feature all-you-can-eat pizza, a raffle, local vendors, a bouncy house for the kids, face painting, a DJ, dancing and family fun for all. Come help COME SUPPORT THE IPSWICH LIONS raise money for scholarships and many other community needs, and have some fun while doing it!
Come support our veterans in need and see bluegrass band E.C. and the Moonshiners, led by renowned fiddler Ellen Carlson, perform at a Southern style barbeque! This family fun afternoon offers ribs or chicken plus all the Southern barbecue fixings for adults and hot dogs for children.
Join The Trustees of Reservations at the farm as we celebrate Mother’s Day and the arrival of spring in a very special way. You’ll learn some professional tips & techniques while preparing a tasty brunch featuring both sweet & savory seasonal dishes.
Andiamo Restaurant invites families to unplug for a few hours to enjoy a traditional Sunday Italian Dinner! Put down the tablets, shut off the phones and bring your children to a great neighborhood restaurant in downtown Newburyport where you can reconnect through the original social network - the family dinner table!
Get a jump start on your weekend with the Second Friday Program at the MIT Museum! The March 2014 Second Friday encourages visitors to explore the beauty, function, and technological potential of solar lights through a series of discussions with MIT scientists and 2014 Eugene McDermott Award recipient Olafur Eliasson.
March is the time for sugaring in New England! Appleton keeps this very special tradition alive by tapping the farms beautiful maple trees and producing wood-fired, small batch syrup. We will begin the workshop by enjoying a leisurely walk around the farmstead to show you how sap is harvest and collected. We will make sure to stop along the way and visit our very own sugar shack.
Warm up in our cozy farm kitchen learning how to make country bread and delicious soups and stews. These hearty recipes will become favorites in your winter collection. A satisfying meal together will be enjoyed by all at the evening’s end!
Monday, September 16
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