A new and exciting event, the first of it's kind to this area! *Car Seat Check! *Gift bags for all attendees, packed with great stuff! *FANTASTIC raffle prizes! *Great shopping! *Cash bar and yummy goodies! *TONS of local and national vendors and exhibitors! We hope to see you there! Ticket - $5.00
When: Aug 28, 2016 12pm in Danvers, MA Cost: $5.00
MASSACHUSETTS FIREARMS SAFETY COURSE Firearm License Classes License to Carry Firearms (LTC A): This is a may issue photo and fingerprint card, renewable every six years Class “A” LTC will cover purchase, possession or transportation and carrying of all handguns, rifles and shotguns. Loaded firearms must be under the direct control while in a vehicle. Firearms Identification Card (FID): Photo and fingerprint card, renewable every six years. This card covers the purchase, possession or transportation of non-large capacity rifles or shotguns, ammunition therefore or chemical sprays. Pistol Parts and Operation Ammunition Using a Pistol Safely Operating a Pistol Cleaning, Storing, and Transporting a Pistol Shooting Fundamentals Various Shooting Positions Improving and Maintaining Shooting Skills MA Laws Pertaining to Permit Application, Firearms Storage and Transportation *This is a one day Firearms Safety Course *Students should bring food and drinks *Class size is limited and pre registration is required *Cost is $100.00. *Eye and ear protection is mandatory Students may bring their own or purchase them from the club for an additional $20.00.(Hamilton Location only) *PRIVATE/GROUP LESSONS AVAILABLE
Brutole Restaurant is located just off of Route 1 in Danvers, only a 20 minute drive from Boston. Brutole combines the flare of contemporary American cuisine & a refreshing "Mediterranean Fusion" with the longest Martini bar north of Boston.
Danvers, Massachusetts is a town in southern Essex County and one of the earliest settlements in the area. As early as 1630, colonists had moved in to the area about the time when Salem began allocating land grants and a village was established in what is currently modern Danvers in 1636. Governor John Endicott was one of the first settlers there and he established Orchard Farms, a very large land holding for its time, with 300 to 400 acres.
Danvers has easy access to major roadways and highways north and south has transformed it from a small colonial farming community to a vigorous suburban municipality which is proud of its retail establishments, municipal services and excellent school system.