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Jane Eyre: the Musical
Imago Stage Company will present "Jane Eyre: the Musical" at Christ the Redeemer Anglican Church, 188 Elliott Street, Danvers, MA. Music and lyrics by Paul Gordon; book and additional lyrics by John Caird; vocal and incidental music arrangements by Steve Tyler; from the novel by Charlotte Bronte. Performance dates: Fridays, November 15 & 22, 7:30 p.m. Saturdays, November 16 & 23, 2p.m. Sundays, November 17 & 24, 6p.m. Tickets: $15 Adults $10 Students (Limited seating. Tickets may be purchased at the door if they are still available.) Bronte's dramatic story comes to life through compelling music that spins a tale of fall, redemption, and sacrifice. Some scenes may not be appropriate for all ages, and parental discretion is advised.

When: Nov 15, 2019 7:30PM to Nov 15, 2019 10:30PMin Danvers, MA
Cost: 10 - 15 USD

Historic Holidays

The Danvers Alarm List Company will be hosting their annual Historic Holidays: Holidays Through the Ages. Visitors will be able to explore traditions from the days of Yore. We encourage any and all to enjoy a celebration of the origins of many of our New England holiday traditions. Everything from; What did they really eat at the first Thanksgiving? to What is the origin of the Christmas tree? You will also be able to drink mulled cider by the roaring fire in our open hearth and meet reenactors representing many different time periods.New this year, we will have Holiday History Trivia with a few small prizes given out to the 1st and 2nd place teams, and the North Shore Players will be doing a preview of their show called "Christmas in Times of Conflict" (Time for preview is TBD) Event hours will be 10AM-3PM November 16th 2019. Admission is Adults $8, Seniors $6, Children 6-16 $4, under 6 and members of the Rebecca Nurse Homestead Preservation Society FREE. The Rebecca Nurse Homestead is located at 149 Pine St, Danvers, MA.The Rebecca Nurse Homestead is a 17th century historic house museum set on 27 beautiful acres in the heart of Danvers MA. It is owned and operated by the Danvers Alarm List Company a premier 18th century reenactment group and is a 501c3 non-profit company.If you would like more information please check our website www.RebeccaNurse.org or email info@rebeccnurse.org or call 978-774-8799

When: Nov 16, 2019 10am to Nov 16, 2019 3pm in Danvers, MA
Cost: Adults $8, Seniors $6, Children 6-16 $4, under 6 and members of the Rebecca Nurse Homestead Preservation Society FREE

Kappys Fine Wine Autumn Wine Tasting

Please join Kappy's Fine Wine & Spirits of Danvers, Saturday November 16th from 3 to 6pm for our Autumn Wine Tasting. We will be featuring wines from California, Oregon, Washington State, France, Italy,Argentina and Germany. This annual tasting showcases the best wines these regions have to offer pl[...]

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When: Nov 16, 2019 3pm in Danvers, MA
Cost: free to sample, wine ranges from $15.00 to $120.00 per bottle

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About Danvers, MA
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.