An homage to harvest, hearth & home.
Highlighting First Period Houses
November 15th ~ Thanksgiving
Saturday, November 15th, 5 – 7 pm American Voice, American Home
The Essex Harmony, sing acapella in The Parlor of The 1694 Paine House at Greenwood Farm A property of The Trustees of Reservation, 47 Jeffrey’s Neck Road, Ipswich, Massachusetts
Sunday, November 16, 2-4pm Olde House Open House Showcasing 17th-Century Homes for Sale.
2 – 4:30 pm Ipswich Inn Open House Old House Experts, Craftsmen, Bankers & others discuss home ownership over light refreshments. Co-hosted by the Ipswich Chamber of Commerce at the Ipswich Inn, 1863 Robert Jordan House, 2 East Street, Ipswich
5pm Assembly At The Tavern At The Inn at Castle Hill on the Crane Estate Co-hosted by the Ipswich Historical Society
Guest Speaker, Dennis Fiore, President, of The Massachusetts Historical Society
280 Argilla Road, Ipswich, Massachusetts Cash Bar. Space is limited.
Friday, November 21st
4-7pm Thanksgiving Farmers’ Market
Bringing Local Harvest for your Thanksgiving Table
Ascension Gym, 31 County Street, Ipswich
5 – 7pm Ipswich Museum by Candlelight
After dark opening of The 1677 John Whipple House
& The 1657 Alexander Knight House Replicia
54 South Main Street, Ipswich, Massachusetts
6-8pm Community Harvest Dinner
Hearty Soups & Crusty Breads
Donations benefit Ipswich Dinnerbell
Town Hall Dining Hall, 25 Green Street, Ipswich
8pm Community Contra Dance
Traditional American Folk Line Dancing! Super Fun!
Town Hall Gym, 25 Green Street, Ipswich
Saturday, November 22nd
11am – 12:30 Appleton Farm Tour
America’s oldest continuously operating farm!
219 County Road, Ipswich, Massachusetts
Sunday, November 23rd
2pm Ann Bradstreet & Her Minister; Poetic Prose Amid Political Turmoil.
A marionette play about America’s First Published Poet! Ipswich Public Library, 25 North Main Street
3pm Turkey Basket Concert
Northeast Massachusetts Youth Orchestras
$5 Donation To Benefit The Ipswich Food Pantry
First Church of Ipswich, 12 Meetinghouse Green
- 1677 John Whipple House of the Ipswich Museum lit for Ipswich Is First… Period an homage to harvest, hearth and Ho