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!
The Ryal Side Civic Association is happy to present the 5th annual Ryal Side Christmas Tree Bonfire! Wear your Ryal Side hoodie and come enjoy a great bonfire, warm beverages, cookies, and the best neighbors ever. Inclement weather date will be 1/8 or we will keep you updated.
Head to North Andover to the Annual Fall Festival sponsored by the North Andover Merchants Association held on the grounds of the North Andover Common - Old Center. This event is a combination of a merchant market and a fun filled day of activities for kids.
Riverside Church hosts a super fun evening for family and friends with S'mores!! All are invited to this family friendly Riverside Church event! Entry includes admission to the Kimball Farm corn maze, farm photo stand, climbing hay bales and a Bonfire with Smore's kits for everyone! It’s going to be awesome!
Grab your family and come to All Saints Church on Halloween night for our annual Trunk or Treat! There will be a bonfire, food, candy, music, games & activities for the whole family, and more! Open to the entire Amesbury community — our church members will decorate their cars and hand out the candy, all you have to do is come!
Join Salem Park, Recreation and Community Services for our annual Fire Pit at Salem Willows! Bring your chair, grab some popcorn and come enjoy an evening by the fire pit. Salem Rec will provide all the makings for s'mores!
Essex River Day is an idea that has been evolving for many years. Often when boaters are out on the River you hear the same question over and over again, "Wouldn't it be great if everyone in Essex could experience the beauty of the River?" The concept for the event is simple. Those who have a boat offer a neighborly boat ride to those in town who may not have a boat and don't have ready access to appreciating the wonders of the Essex River. This simple thought has grown into a full day of events culminating that evening with a softball game, a cook out, music and a bonfire at Memorial Park.
The summer solstice has been celebrated for centuries, with all sorts of traditions growing up around it. Join us on the longest day of the year and create your own traditions, by celebrating nature and being outside. After reading The Longest Day: Celebrating the Summer Solstice by Wendy Pfeffer, we will stroll along the sanctuary trails observing the delights of the season. Upon our return, we will create sun art and light the traditional bonfire. You are welcome to bring a picnic supper to enjoy after the celebration.
Ipswich Evergreen kicks off Friday night with a bonfire and funk rock concert on the green! Like a snow ball rolling down hill, Ipswich Evergreen is growing! The kick off event will be a concert by Gnarly Charley - Show in the Snow, on the Ipswich Winter Stage outside of the Ipswich Evergreen! Come celebrate community and enjoy a fun time on a Wintery night in Ipswich Massachusetts!
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