Amesbury Carriage Museum

Contact: John Mayer
Work PO Box 252 Amesbury MA 01913 Work Phone: 978.834.5058 Website: www.amesburycarriagemuseum.com
http://www.amesburycarriagemuseum.com

Upcoming Events

Mar
1
Wed
all-day Try Your Luck at Amesbury BINGO
Try Your Luck at Amesbury BINGO
Mar 1 – Mar 31 all-day
Try Your Luck at Amesbury BINGO @ Various
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Apr
2
Sun
all-day Amesbury Poetry Month
Amesbury Poetry Month
Apr 2 all-day
Amesbury Poetry Month @ Various
April is National Poetry Month The Amesbury Cultural Council (ACC) and the Whittier Home Association bring you a month filled with poetry events. This year we are focusing on “Poetry and ….” the intersection with other media, including literature, history, film, art, music, yoga and youth! These events will be of interest to, not only poetry lovers, but lovers of all aspects of culture and the arts. Check out all the details on the ACC website: www.amesburyculturalcouncil.org/poetrymonth.
4:00 pm POETRY and FILM
POETRY and FILM
Apr 2 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
POETRY and FILM @ Blue Wave Art Gallery
The Rabbit Heart Film Festival, based in Worcester, MA brings together poetry and the visual arts at the intersection of film. Sou Macmillan, founder and producer, joins us to show award-winning films and explain the process of submitting. Come and be inspired. April is National Poetry Month The Amesbury Cultural Council (ACC) and the Whittier Home Association bring you a month filled with poetry events. This year we are focusing on “Poetry and ….” the intersection with other media, including literature, history, film, art, music, yoga and youth! These events will be of interest to, not only poetry lovers, but lovers of all aspects of culture and the arts. Check out all the details on the ACC website: www.amesburyculturalcouncil.org/poetrymonth.
Apr
3
Mon
5:30 pm History on Tap – the Industrial ...
History on Tap – the Industrial ...
Apr 3 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm
History on Tap - the Industrial Heritage of Amesbury @ Crave Restaurant
This is the second History on Tap program – an event intended to be as much a social occasion as a program with historical content to share. History on Tap marks the beginning of the Amesbury Carriage Museum program season. The event is open to the community – there is no admission fee. The program focus this year will showcase the work of the volunteers involved in the Amesbury Industrial Survey. Members of the survey team will be on station at different tables in the restaurant to share and explain examples of survey materials – maps, photographs, historical reports – that together represent detailed information about the industrial history of Amesbury. Beginning in April 2016, this volunteer group has been gathering historical information about industrial Amesbury. The scope and range of source material is incredible – written and published histories, maps, photographs, and artifacts that illustrate the evolution of the[...]

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