Comfort Inn North Shore
50 Dayton St.
Danvers, MA 01923
Phone: (978) 777-1700
Fax: (978) 777-4647
Situated on Main Street, the Charles Flint Public Library is a historic building. It was built in 1980 and in 2002, it was added to the National Historic Register. It retains its original architecture contains an extensive collection of books, videotapes, audiotapes, periodicals, as well as entry passes to museums and activities in Boston area. The library has computers and Internet access as well. Don't miss the Dedication Bricks placed at its entrance.
The Beverly Education Foundation is sponsoring the Beverly Carnival at the Beverly High School. The carnival fundraiser will feature rides, games and food. Featured rides this year include the Wacky Worm, Pharaoh's Fury and Flying Bobs, along with many more exciting carnival rides. The Beverly Carnival opens weekdays at 6 p.m. and Saturday & Sunday at noon. Partial proceeds from the event will benefit the Beverly Education Foundation.
This restored 1920s theatre now shows classic and new films, as well as hosting magic shows and other events.
The Larcom Theater on Wallis Street was constructed in 1912, in the memory of American poet Lucy Larcom. The theater houses an auditorium and a Grand Salon lobby for hosting shows and private events. After its renovation in 1995, a rehearsal hall, library, guest suite, and space for poster artwork was made. The building of Larcom Theater looks historic with horseshoe-shaped veranda, and has interiors done in antique pressed-tin technique. To book a space for your social meetings, visit website.
Since 1960, the North Shore Music Theatre has been offering performances and programs to Boston
A distinguished YMCA building stands stern in the city of Salem in the U.S. State of Massachusetts. It has been included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1983, and still continues to serve the community, primarily the youth.
This re-enactment of the examination and trial of Bridget Bishop for the crime of witchcraft is presented using the original transcripts of the proceedings, and audience members get to watch the proceedings form the vantage point of the jurors of long ago.
The Salem Theatre Company Theatre is one of Essex County's finest performing arts venues, hosting regional productions of popular plays, musicals and children's productions throughout the year. There are also performances of new plays from local writers staged here as well. In addition to the theatrical productions, there are also theater courses and concerts held year round.
Enjoy some food and drinks while the comedian of the moment supplies you with laughs for days.
Originally built by the Methodist Church in 1857 to provide an area for religious camp meetings, the Asbury Grove is still active today. Covering 83 acres (33 hectares), the verdant grounds provides the perfect meeting place for worship services, social gatherings, theater productions and sporting events. Not much has changed in the layout of the grounds since its first opening and it still adheres to the circular plan which was popular for camp meetings in the mid-19th Century. There are 153 cottages on the grounds - 100 of which have retained their historical characteristics. Although the land belongs to the Methodist Church, most of the cottages are privately owned and the owners are known to rent them out as summer or winter residences.
This school and centre for the arts features a wide range of fine cultural events, such as performances in dance, theatre, music, art exhibitions, and programs in creative writing.
Charbonneau Field House is designated as a center wherein people come-in to celebrate parties, events or simply partake in the various activities that the place is known to host. The place features performing and visual arts, various types of clubs and sport events. The place is usually frequented by students and families of the Wakefield school who are interested to partake in extra-curriculum activities. For an further details, do visit the website or call ahead.