In contrast to the extensive literature on the shipbuilding men of Essex, Massachusetts, this exhibit highlights the women of Essex and the ways that they influenced the town and the larger story of women’s history. The exhibit features over a dozen women, including
Acclaimed furniture maker and conservator, Philip C. Lowe, will present a photographic journey of some of his memorable furniture making and conservation projects.
A display of creative faux trees and wreaths donated by area families, community groups, and businesses. Since 2009, the Danvers Historical Society has ushered in the holiday season with the annual Parade of Trees at Tapley Memorial Hall. More than 1,000 people visit the display each year.
Essex Heritage is pleased to announce the installation of 9 informational kiosks in communities along the Essex Coastal Scenic Byway at the end of November-early December. The Byway is a state-designated heritage program linking 14 coastal cities and towns from Lynn to Salisbury.
Join Essex Heritage on December 6 at the Andover Center for History and Culture (97 Main Street Andover, MA)
Join Danvers Historical Society for "An Evening of Merrymaking." What better place than the Mansion at Glen Magna Farms to celebrate the season. Entertainment by the "Just in Time" band, lead by John Archer. Enjoy cocktails, plated dinner and even some "Carol-oke" with friends.
The public is cordially invited to attend 'Anna Hogan Celebration: A Life Engraved in Art’ on Saturday, December 8th, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Museum of Printing. The event is free and open to the public.