Amesbury is located on the beautiful north shore of Massachusetts, less than 1 hour away from Boston & 20 minutes south of Portsmouth, NH.
Amesbury is home to many innovative businesses, one-of-a-kind specialty shops, highly rated restaurants and welcoming bars & lounges.
Amesbury offers a variety of indoor & outdoor activities that the whole family will enjoy. Check out our calendar for upcoming events.
Help us spread the love in the month of February. Donate a jar of peanut butter at any of our collection locations to fulfill the needs of community members serviced by Our Neighbors’ Table. The food pantry program at Our Neighbors’ Table provides groceries, fresh foods, and toiletries to more than 300 households from 12 cities and towns a week across 4 pantry locations, and delivers groceries and hot meals to home-bound individuals in 3 towns. Let’s fill the peanut butter shelves at the pantry!
In 2014 we collected 250 jars, in 2015 just over 300, 2016 OVER 700 JARS… how many can we collect this year?
Ale House– 33 Main Street, Amesbury
Amesbury Animal Hospital– 277 Elm Street, Amesbury
Amesbury Chamber of Commerce– 5 Market Square, Amesbury
Amesbury Liquor Shoppe– 49 Friend Street, Amesbury
Amesbury Orthodontics– 194 R Main Street, Amesbury
Amesbury Public Library– 149 Main Street, Amesbury
Anna Jaques Hospital
Attentif Design– 44 Main Street, Amesbury
Barking Dog & Grill– 21 Friend Street, Amesbury
Blue Wave Art Gallery– 52 Main Street, Amesbury
BrushStrokes and GrapeVines– 79 Elm Street, Amesbury
Bucciarelli’s Butcher Shop & Deli– 147 Bridge Rd, Salisbury
Edward Jones – Peter Doyle– 49 Main Street, Amesbury
Eighteen Friend Street– 18 Friend Street, Amesbury
Crave: Wine,Kitchen,Tap– 32 Elm Street, Amesbury
Flatbread Company – Amesbury– 5 Market Square, Amesbury
Giggles of Amesbury– 2 Water Street, Amesbury
Gould Insurance– 7 Market Square, Amesbury
graces boutique & gallery– 19 Elm Street, Amesbury
Heav’nly Donuts– 60 Haverhill Road, Amesbury (Free chocolate glazed or chocolate frosted donut in exchange for a jar of PB)
Market Square Bakehouse– 5 Market Square, Amesbury
Minuteman Press– 88 Route 1 Traffic Circle, Unit A, Newburyport
Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank– 43 Main Street & 40 Friend Street, Amesbury – 27 High Road, Newbury – 63 State Street & 21 Storey Ave, Newburyport – 6 Merrill Street, Crossroads Plaza, Salisbury
Ovedia Artisan Chocolates– 36 Main Street Rear, Amesbury
Pause Yoga– 36 Main Street, 2nd Floor, Amesbury
Paws Pet Boutique– 106 Main Street, Amesbury
Phat Cats Bistro– 65A Market Street, Amesbury
Ristorante Molise– 1 Market Square, Amesbury (Free Appetizer Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays when you donate a jar of PB)
Riverwalk Gallery– 54 Main Street, Amesbury
Shaheen Bros., Inc.– 95 Haverhill Road, Amesbury
Stone Ridge Properties– 20 Market Street, Amesbury
Supercuts– CarriageTown Marketplace, 100 Macy St, Amesbury ($1.00 off service in exchange for a jar of PB)
The Hollow Cafe– 194 Main Street, Amesbury
The Noshery– 11 Elm Street, Amesbury
The Provident Bank– 5 Market Street & 1 Haverhill Road, Amesbury
TD Bank– 150 Main Street, Amesbury
Trendsetter’s Boutique– 85 Main Street, Amesbury
Check back soon for a full list of collection locations!
If you’d like to be added to this list please call the Amesbury Chamber of Commerce at 978-388-3178.
Join your fellow Chamber members at CI Works_Amesbury, Monday, February 27th from 5:30-7:30 pm for a chance to mix and mingle in one of Amesbury’s most energized work environments. Complimentary refreshments will be provided.
CI Works_Amesbury is the successor to the Chestnut Innovation Center. This change was made to put a greater emphasis on their mission – creating energized work environments – to promote cross business revenue growth through active collaboration. This change more closely associates with their location in Amesbury as well as acknowledges the rich history of specialty manufacturing as central to their focus. Management at CI Works is intent to further develop a brand tied to this local history and location in a 21st-century context for businesses. CI Works_Amesbury invites you to visit them online at www.ciworks.us or on Twitter @CI_Works prior to the event to learn more.
We believe everyone should enjoy living and working in a positive, energetic environment. This month’s Non-Profit partner is the Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center. The Center is a nationally recognized leader in the effort to end domestic violence and provide care for victims. They are a 501c3 non-profit organization and are thankful to be supported by generous businesses and individuals in the community who share the goal to end domestic violence. Almost 90% of the funds raised in their name serve the direct needs of the families they support.
Please feel free to invite guests who could benefit from Chamber membership or learning about CI Works_Amesbury and the Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center. Don’t forget to bring your business cards – there will be raffle items you want to win!
Registration is encouraged, we do suggest a $10 donation at the door to benefit the Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center.
Please contact the Amesbury Chamber of Commerce with any questions by calling 978-388-3178 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Wednesday, March 1st, Ash Wednesday, we will offer Imposition of Ashes from 7am to 9am “On the Steps” of the church.
At 7pm Holy Eucharist with Impositions of Ashes.
March 4th is Peter Gray’s birthday but we’re celebrating a day early this year. Peter contributed to our community in many ways. He served on the Amesbury Educational Foundation, Amesbury School Committee and laid the groundwork for the banking program at Amesbury High School. He coached minor league baseball, was a charter member of AYRBall and was an active Rotarian. In 1994 the Amesbury Chamber of Commerce recognized Peter as Citizen of the Year.
Friends and colleagues characterized Pete as a loyal friend and mentor. He cared deeply for his family and the “community family”.
The Amesbury Chamber of Commerce awards annually the Peter Gray Memorial Scholarship in the amount of $500 to an AHS graduate who has been actively involved in community service and is pursuing further education in business. We hope to increase the amount of that scholarship with your support.
As business owners, you know that every dollar and every hour makes a difference. Join us on giv-ing day, in Pete’s honor, by making a contribution of any amount, at any hour, to the Peter Gray Memorial Scholarship. As a business community, this is our way to mentor Amesbury graduates who make great citizens.
On March 3rd you can make a gift by:
- cash, check or credit card at the Chamber of Commerce between 7am and 7pm
- credit card over the phone between 7am and 7pm by calling 978-388-3178
- credit card on this website (a true 24 hour service)
- cash or check from your desk by having a runner come to you, call 978-388-3178 between 7am and 7pm (10 minute radius)
- check by using our mail slot at 5 Market Square.
Did you know that just one of the many wonderful benefits of being a Chamber Member is that you have free access to a small business advisor? Walter Manninen, Senior Business Advisor at the Enterprise [...]