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Annual Plant Sale at Glen Magna Farms, Ingersoll Street
9-12 Saturdays & 4-6pm Wednesdays through May
Herbs, Perennials, select Annuals, Container Gardens, and much more!
Limited supply of field dug yellow/purple Bearded Lorelei Iris from the Chamberlain Garden, aka Flower Garden.
Excellent selection of shade perennials
Drought tolerant perennials
Herbs: wide selection of culinary & ornamental
see BLOG for updates!
Stroll, Shop, Sip at Glen Magna Farms, Ingersoll Street
Each Wednesday in May: 11th, 18th, 25th, 4pm to 6pm
Stroll historic garden room
Shop excellent selections of Herbs, Perennials, select Annuals, Container Gardens
Sip wine or lemonade
Elderly Fraud Prevention at Tapley Memorial Hall, Page Street
Thursday, May 26th at 2pm
Presented by Mountain One Bank
program is an educational talk on how to avoid being scammed. Handouts
will be provided on what types of fraud are out there targeting the
elderly, and steps to be taken to avoid falling victim to these scams.
Light refreshments served, Giveaways and door prize.
on Page St. or in the Community Lot at the corner of Page and Elm
Streets. Reservations appreciated to help with hall set up.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
or to Nellie Homen (978)
Annual Business Meeting: CURRENT MEMBERS ONLY JOIN TODAY
Wednesday, May 25th at Glen Magna Farms, RESERVATIONS A MUST
Please RSVP by Friday, May 20th call the office or Email
A review of the Society's year and goals for the upcoming fiscal year.
Hats off to all our Volunteers, Staff and Board! Arrive early to stroll the magnificent gardens!
6pm Wine & Cheese reception on the veranda.
6:30 Business Meeting
Cost of $20. Please pay with your reservation by May 20th. Thank you for your support!
30th Anniversary Celebration of Danvers History Week Program
Wednesday, June 29th, 2016, 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Tapley Hall, 13 Page Street
thirty years of Danvers youth discovering their local history.
Become a “Time Traveler” yourself to explore how Danvers children
played, created and learned over the past 200 years! Play
colonial games, compare your modern objects to historical artifacts,
and examine old maps and photographs to identify neighborhoods in
At 6:15 p.m., Danvers Historical Society will
honor the seven people who originally created this education program in
1986. Following the presentation, The Essex Harmony will conduct a
If you are an alumnus of the Danvers History Week Program, come
and share your recollections of the program. For more information,
please contact Danvers Historical Society, (978) 777-1666 or email dhs.danvershistory.org.
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