Matt Farley Performance

7-9:30pm Friday January 13, 2023  This is your lucky night! Danvers resident Matt Farley has appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and been featured in many publications, including The Wall Street Journal and The Boston Globe for being the most prolific songwriter on earth (24,000 songs!). While he’s best known for comedic songs…

Parade of Trees: Luke Dumouchel on guitar

Sunday, between 12:30 and 2, Luke Dumouchel performs holiday favorites, a few hymns, and some quieter selections on the guitar and vocals. Stop in and sing-along. Masks encouraged.  2022 trees and wreath details are viewable on-line here. $5 admission to support the Danvers Historical Society’s community educational programs. Children under…

Parade of Trees: Music with Darren Muise

Sunday, 10am to noon, Music Connection students will play some holiday tunes for us on the piano. Stop by the Parade of Trees and sing-along! Darren Muise has been donating his time and talent to Parade of Trees for 14 years! We thank him for his time and support his…

Parade of Trees: Paco performs his favorites

Saturday, 6to 7:30pm vocalist Paco sings holiday and pop/rock standards. Stop in and sing-along. Masks encouraged. 2022 trees and wreath details are viewable on-line here. $5 admission to support the Danvers Historical Society’s community educational programs. Children under 15 free. Paco is a full-time singer, actor and entertainer affiliated with…

14th Annual Parade of Trees – Don’t Miss It!

Wednesday, November 30th through Sunday, December 4th The Danvers Historical Society invites you to usher in the holiday season at Tapley Memorial Hall, 13 Page Street, Danvers. Open hours are below. Start the holidays with this festive event, run by the Danvers Historical Society, supporting its education mission. $5 admission….

2022 Ornament

Each year, The Danvers Historical Society illustrates a local story with a blown glass ornament. The Newburyport Turnpike was constructed by a private company, costing $500,000, opened February 11, 1805 and was used by stagecoaches and mail carriers. Toll collection ceased in 1847 as parallel railroads attracted more use. Sections…