All events will be held at The John Cabot House at 117 Cabot Street and are $5/free for BHS members unless otherwise indicated. For information, please contact the Beverly Historical Society at (978) 922-1186, or email.
History Brews Join us monthly on the last Thursday for a beverage and a little history.
$15/$10 members. Hors d'oeuvres and cash bar.
April 27th Exhibit Opening The Shoe: Redefining Shoemaking and History in Beverly In the development of shoe manufacturing Beverly played the vital role of industrial leader with the efforts of one business, the United Shoe Machine Company. This exhibition shows how the USMC revolutionized shoe equipment manufacturing and the shoe industry while becoming a way of life to thousands of Beverly area residents and to many multi-generational families.
Free to residents of Shingleville
Legendary Locals Paul Murphy discusses his father, legendary Boston Globe columnist Jeremiah Murphy
Walking Tours While many streets and open spaces in Beverly show the city's history, they rarely reveal much of the past of the people who lived and worked here. The tours offer insight into the hidden history of our city. The walks introduce you to key events and major figures in the history of Beverly.
April 29th 4:00 pm
Revolutionary War Walk
Meet at Butman Street Entrance of Central Cemetery
Beverly Historical Society
117 Cabot St.
Beverly, MA 01915