Today was the Farmer’s Market, and again, it was great. I scored fresh raspberries (which are gone, natch), locally raised beef hot dogs (the perfect antidote to a week of veggie dogs), crabcakes from the sassy gentlemen from Rowans, and some multigrain bread. We also enjoyed some banjo and guitar music, and hit up Bootstraps (open late on Mondays during Farmer’s Market Season), and got another amazing vintage pillow case. While there are lots of fruits and veggies at the Beverly Farmer’s Market, there are a lot of other things ..
Wednesday brings the Beverly Gran Prix. If you haven’t been, check it out. Events for kids on the commons, free valet bike parking, and a chance to win a new bike. Don’t drive downtown, hop on your bike and check it out!
Thursday is the next installment of the concerts on the commons…bring a picnic blanket, snacks, and your dancing feet…
Lots of great happenings!!!!
For those doing some house keeping:
Community Giving Tree will be collecting baby and kids clothing and gear (have a pack and play, want to give it to a great cause…) at Beverly Bootstraps on Saturday. If you are heading to Artsfest, drop some stuff off before you pick some new stuff up!
City of Salem and the MBTA is hosting a free hazardous waste drop off on Saturday (there is a $35/lb charge for TV’s) and if you want to recycle bulk toys, etc, you can bring them!
For those looking to have fun, be outside, get some culture…
Includes activities, FOOD TRUCKS, trolley rides, etc
and, for those needed a tactile vehicle experience…
Saturday 6/16 from 11am-2PM, Touch a truck at the liberty tree mall
Also good to know:
Area Strawberry fests!
Connors Farm in Salem
Russell’s Orchard in Ipswich
Please join MassGeneral Hospital for Children for Free Family Flix, a traveling, outdoor movie event. Coming to six North Shore communities in May and June, Free Family Flix provides families with a fun alternative to their regular movie night, complete with giveaways.
MassGeneral Hospital for Children presents Free Family Flix
Events begin at 7:00 pm with kid-friendly activities, music, and free prizes. Movies start at sundown, around 8:00 pm.
Peabody: Friday, May 25, Downtown Common, 53 Lowell St.
Beverly: Sunday, June 10, Lynch Park, 55 Ober Park
Danvers: Friday, June 15, Danvers YMCA, 34 Pickering St.
Woburn: Friday, June 22, Library Field, 0 Harrison Ave.
Billerica: Sunday, June 24, Lampson Recreation Complex, 20 Campbell Road
Andover: Wednesday, June 27, The Park at the corner of Chestnut and Bartlet streets, 36 Bartlet St.
1.Travel out to the annual Long Hill Plant Sale (starts at 10AM, early entry for Trustees members)! In Beverly, it is such a beautiful spot to check out, and they have an amazing children’s garden! Besides lovely ornamental plants, the Food Project will also be selling veggie seedlings! Support good causes and get beauty and healthy!
2. From the BeverlyMAFreecyle page:
We’re having a Beverly Freecycle Declutter Weekend!
Many of us have items hanging around the house that we no longer use.
Maybe you need to clean out some closets, drawers, the cellar, the attic, the garage or whatever.
Perhaps you got an extra copy of Shakespeare’s Collected Plays from
Aunt Bertha over the holidays or you have way too many garden rakes.
Whatever the reason, here’s an invitation – take stock of what you’d
like to clear out, and post your OFFER this coming weekend, May 19 & May 20.
Let’s start our spring cleaning in Freecycle style! We hope to see lots and lots of offers of items posted this weekend! And thanks to everyone
for making BeverlyMA Freecycle such a wonderful group.
3. Arthritis Walk! At Lynch Park, Sunday from 10:30-2:00PM, check out the link below for more info: