Thursday, February 5, 2015



February 7, 2015 • Mass Audubon's Joppa Flats Education Center, 1 Plum Island Turnpike, Newburyport, MA, 01950
Get ready to celebrate the seasonal return of Bald Eagles to the Merrimack Valley!

February 11, 2015 • Hunt's Photo & Video, 100 Main St, Melrose, MA, 02176
Join us at a reception celebrating the 2014 Photo Contest winners!
February 12, 2015 • Cox Reservation, 82 Eastern Avenue, Essex, MA, 01929
Join Greenbelt for the kickoff of their new pollinator film/lecture series.

February 27, 2015 to March 1, 2015
Cape Ann is known worldwide for its exciting concentrations of winter seabirds! Enjoy this weekend full of events for all levels of birders.

March 5, 2015 • Cox Reservation, 82 Eastern Avenue, Essex, MA, 1929
The second session in "Greenbelt’s pollinator film/lecture series will feature local designer, writer, filmmaker and gardening expert Kim Smith. Kim specializes in creating pollinator gardens, as well as filming the butterflies that her plants attract.

April 2, 2015 • Cox Reservation, 82 Eastern Avenue, Essex, MA, 01929
Learn about the effects that pesticide use has had on bees in Essex County, and what we can do to combat this.

April 11, 2015 • 55 East Main Street, Haverhill, MA, 01830
Join Essex Heritage and the Buttonwoods Museum for an architectural tour of Rocks Village -- one of Haverhill's oldest neighborhoods!

April 16, 2015 • Everett Mills, 15 Union Street, Lawrence, MA, 01840
We invite you to participate in this free, valuable morning of networking and regional engagement. Join us!

May 7, 2015 • Danversport Yacht Club, 161 Elliott Street, Danvers, MA, 01923
Join us in honoring three incredibly deserving individuals who, over a span of 50 years, have collectively inspired a powerful land conservation ethos in Essex County and beyond.

Camp Denison Conservation Area is forty-four acres of conservation land located in the Town of Georgetown, MA.

The Cox Reservation consists of two parcels: a four-acre woodlot on nearby Lufkin Street and the 26 acres of upland, salt marsh, farmland with house and barn, and river frontage on Eastern Avenue...

Discover 330 years of Salem's history as you experience this collection of historic buildings located on Salem Harbor. When you arrive at The House of the Seven Gables - which constitutes its own...

The Joppa Flats Education Center is located at the gateway to one of the country's most productive year-round wildlife viewing areas -- the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge and the Plum...

Parker River National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1942 primarily to provide feeding, nesting and resting habitat for migratory birds.

Salem Maritime, the first National Historic Site in the National Park System, was established to preserve and interpret the maritime history of New England and the United States.

The quaintest place in all New England!

Stay in the heart of Old Town Marblehead 200 yards from the Boston Yacht Club.

At 5 Corners Kitchen we are committed to making our food by hand and from scratch using natural ingredients. All of our charcuterie, pasta, and all smoked foods are hand-made in our kitchen.

About Essex Heritage
Essex Heritage is a non-profit organization that rallies our community around saving the unique character of Essex County. We are the only organization that connects the people who live in the 34 cities and towns within our county.

Our job is to get residents to actively support over 10,000 historic places that make this area such a great place to live. We do this by offering creative events like Trails & Sails, where you can have 150 unique experiences in 6 days.

What’s most exciting about our organization is that we’re forward thinking. We focus on engaging folks at every age, enabling them to experience all the wonderful places that surround us here because nowhere else…
·         Can you see the lighthouse whose keeper saved the USS Constitution;
·         Can you wander through the country’s oldest working farm;
·         Can you drive by so many 17th century homes on your way to work.
Because nowhere else… would we rather live.

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