Start your turkey day by burning off some calories with a run or walk along the Ipswich River on Turkey Shore Drive and Labor-in-Vain-Road and you'll have a chance to win a ready-to-bake pie! Racers, runners, walkers or stroller pushers are invited to the Ipswich Town Hall bright and early on Thanksgiving Day for a 2.8 mile riverside race along Turkey Shore Drive and Labor in Vain Road. The 1.2 mile kids run starts at 8am.
You’ll feel better about that Thanksgiving indulgence if you come join us for a hike through the beautiful Harold Parker State Forest! We will be hiking about 2 miles on moderate trails. Wear clothing for hiking; bring rain gear as appropriate. ouring rain, snow, or ice cancels. Best for children ages 8 and up. Meet at 305 Middleton Road, North Andover, MA
Join the fun for the annual Wild Turkey 5 Mile Run in downtown Salem Massachusetts Thanksgiving morning and raise funds for the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem! This is the largest race on the North Shore, with 2,000 anticipated participants.The race starts this year at the stature of Roger Conant across from Salem Common. Chip timing done by Racewire.
The outdoor markets are done for the season but we will have one last indoor Thanksgiving Market on Sunday, November 20th at Swampscott High School (10-1). Stock up with fresh produce for your Thanksgiving table and get your Christmas shopping started early with our crafters.
The Essex Lion's Club hosts the annual turkey trot in beautiful Essex Massachusetts! This year the race is a 5K and a 5k fun walk. Race starts at 11:00am for runners and 10am for walkers. Registration is at Woodman’s Restaurant (upstairs), 121 Main Street, Essex, from 9:30 am to 10:30 am, or pre-register online.
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.
Enjoy Thanksgiving Dinner with family and friends at Beauport Hotel Gloucester in Gloucester. Celebrate the Seaside Thanksgiving Celebration where Beauport offers distinct dining options including a Beauport Grand Ballroom Thanksgiving Buffet with all the favorites expertly prepared by the Beauport culinary Team.
Call for reservations today.
Step back in time and be inspired by the nightscape at a 17th century saltwater farm. Stroll through the house, lit by candlelight, and imagine life in colonial days. This Open House is offered in conjunction with Ipswich is First...Period, a community celebration of 17th century architecture, and an homage to hearth, home and the celebration of Thanksgiving. A quartet will fill the halls with period music.
Russell Orchards in Ipswich invites you to come make a pie and take it with you! As part of Ipswich is First...Period, celebrate the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday with this fun hands-on activitiy. The farm will provide the fixins and you'll make your own apple pie. Bake at home now or later (freezes great up to a year!).
Hike up an appetite on Thanksgiving Day with the Essex County Greenbelt Association! Join ECGA's Eric Hutchins for a FREE guided walk on moderate terrain along the trails of Dogtown! All are welcome, incluiding dogs. Meet at the parking lot of You do not have access to view this node in Rockport, Massachusetts. Dress for the weater and wear shoes appropriate for hiking.
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