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http://www.vasawaterfront.com

VASA Waterfront Kitchen & Bar

Contact: Sean Toomey
Work 175 Bridge Rd Salisbury MA 01952 Work Phone: 978.358.1700 Website: www.vasawaterfront.com
Categories: Restaurants, Food & Beverage, Catering
http://www.vermettes-foodmart.com

Vermette’s Supermarket, Inc.

Contact: Gerard Morin
Work 6 Pond St Amesbury MA 01913 Work Phone: 978.388.0320 Website: http://www.vermettes-foodmart.com
Categories: Shopping & Specialty Retail

Upcoming Events

May
27
Sat
11:00 am Whittier Home & Museum Tours
Whittier Home & Museum Tours
May 27 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Whittier Home & Museum Tours @ Whittier Home and Museum
Whittier Home & Museum Open for Saturday Tours May 6th through October 28th – 11:00 to 4:00 Bring the family for a most enjoyable and educational tour of the Whittier Home & Museum! Learn how Whittier lived in this home with his mother, sister and aunt, writing editorials and poems, and even risking his life towards the cause of abolishing slavery before and during the Civil War. Whittier’s abolitionist views are especially relevant in this time of divisiveness in our country. Tours are $6 for Adults, $5 for Seniors and Students (ages 7 through 17), and children under 7 and Veterans are FREE! And $3 for MTA members, with ID card. Free tours on the following dates: Amesbury Days – Saturday June 24th – 11am to 4pm Trails & Sails weekends – 11am to 4pm September 16th & 23rd Sunday September 24th Group rates on request and tours by appointment[...]
Jun
3
Sat
11:00 am Whittier Home & Museum Tours
Whittier Home & Museum Tours
Jun 3 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Whittier Home & Museum Tours @ Whittier Home and Museum
Whittier Home & Museum Open for Saturday Tours May 6th through October 28th – 11:00 to 4:00 Bring the family for a most enjoyable and educational tour of the Whittier Home & Museum! Learn how Whittier lived in this home with his mother, sister and aunt, writing editorials and poems, and even risking his life towards the cause of abolishing slavery before and during the Civil War. Whittier’s abolitionist views are especially relevant in this time of divisiveness in our country. Tours are $6 for Adults, $5 for Seniors and Students (ages 7 through 17), and children under 7 and Veterans are FREE! And $3 for MTA members, with ID card. Free tours on the following dates: Amesbury Days – Saturday June 24th – 11am to 4pm Trails & Sails weekends – 11am to 4pm September 16th & 23rd Sunday September 24th Group rates on request and tours by appointment[...]
7:00 pm Music in the Millyard
Music in the Millyard
Jun 3 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Music in the Millyard @ Al Capp Amphitheater
MUSIC IN THE MILLYARD Have a rockin’ summer enjoying live music at our Battle of the Country Bands on Saturday nights in June and July. These shows are free and open to the public. Bring your blanket or chair and enjoy built-in seating at the Al Capp Amphitheater in the Millyard. Don’t forget your take out from one of our many incredible restaurants. And, 101.7 The Bull will be there leading the charge towards our first Amesbury Harvest Fair & Country Music Festival happening September 22-24, 2017. Don’t miss this great summer series of 8 concerts! June 3, 10, 17 | 7pm July 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 | 7pm *Please note June 24th bands will be at Relay for Life at Landry Stadium NOT in the Millyard.  
Jun
4
Sun
2:00 pm Relay for Life of Amesbury Fundr...
Relay for Life of Amesbury Fundr...
Jun 4 @ 2:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Come join us for a fun afternoon of painting a “Sailboat” on canvas, while enjoying a glass of wine. Part of the proceeds will go to research and patient care on behalf of the American Cancer Society. To learn more about Amesbury’s Relay for Life happening on June 24th, go to the Relay for Life website or Facbook.com/AmesburyRelay. Laura Corcoran is this year’s Co-Chair. The June 24th event is open to the public and will offer many activities and fun events.

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