Saturday, June 1
Planters Path Walking Tour 10 am
NOTE NEW TIME
In 1635 Roger Conant, John Balch, John Woodberry, Peter Palfrey, and William Trask moved from Salem to settle on the Bass River Side. Follow their route home from the river with Darren Brown. Tour leaves from the Balch House. $5/free for members
Spring Open House 11am - 3pm
It’s opening day for the Balch House and Hale Farm. Please join us to celebrate the coming of summer. All three houses will be open free of charge from 11am - 3 pm.
Explore Montserrat College of Art’s Spring Sculpture Show at Hale, and find a bargain at our special yard sale at the Cabot House. AND our new neighbor Winfrey’s Fudge and Chocolates will be here!
Thursday, June 6
The Gold Coast in Golden Times
The Board of Trustees of the Beverly Historical Society invites you aboard the Hannah Glover for a special cruise along Beverly’s historic coastline
Thursday, June 6 from 6 - 8pm
Special guest Pamela Fox, author of "North Shore Boston:
Country Houses of Essex County, 1865-1930"
Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres
Music by jazz duo Tom and Tony
Boat leaves promptly at 6 pm from Ferryway Landing in Beverly.
Tickets are $100 for Society members, and $150 for nonmembers.
Additional ticket levels and sponsorship opportunities are available. Please note that the boat will leave promptly at 6:00, and that tickets may not be available on site.
Tickets may be purchased online here.
Tales from the Vault
Join us for these free one hour sessions, which will begin with an overview of the topic followed by an opportunity to access the Society’s resources, including city directories, maps, photographs and other material from the archives.
Centerville historian Judy Kent will join us at our next session.
Wednesday, June 19 7pm