Lynda Cutrell currently has an exhibit up at the Museum of Science. Her passion is educating individuals about mental health and de-stigmatizing mental health challenges through art. Come to here Lynda talk about mental health and then participate in a collaborative art piece with her! Feel free to bring pictures, magazine clippins, or even small canvases to help with the art piece.
Join us for a toast to the start of Wenham’s 375th Anniversary celebrations...Silent Auction & Cocktail Hour Enjoy hors d'oeuvres prepared by Bonne Bouche Catering, a specialty cocktail -- the Wenham "Ice Tea"-- and beer/wine cash bar. Free admission to Wenham Museum exhibits during the event. Tickets can be purchased in advance online with eventbrite or by mail for $45. If tickets are still available, they will also be sold at the door. To purchase tickets by check, please reach out to the Committee at email@example.com or by mail. Make checks out to "Town of Wenham", with memo line reading ATTN: 375th Anniversary Committee Mailto: ATTN: 375th Anniverary Committee. Wenham Town Hall 138 Main St. Wenham, MA 01984 All proceeds will go to the 375th Anniversary Committee for programming and celebrations in 2018. Sponsors will be listed in the 375th Anniversary Commemorative Booklet. Featured Auction Items: Celtics Tickets Aerial photographs by Jay Burnham 2 Nights in Sanctuary Cottage, Asbury Grove's most photographed cottage 2 Rounds of golf for 4 with cart, donated by Don Lyons, Golf Professional, Reedy Meadow and King Rail Golf Courses Gift Certificate at Carefree Boat Club for a Sunset Cruise for 6 OR Half-day fishing trip for up to 6 Family Membership to the Wenham Museum For more information, please contact Town of Wenham 375th Anniversary Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org
A walk along the Town of Wenham's lovely main street provides a timeless picture of gardens and yards, friendly faces and beautiful old homes. Wenham Massachusetts was originally settled in 1643 and has retained a lot of its unique historic character and tranquil rural scenery. The town is comprised of many open views of farm land, woodlands, and old stone walls that line the winding tree-lined roads.
Wenham is home to Gordon College and a top rated regional school system that it shares with the town of Hamilton. Wenham residents are justly proud of its historic past, its responsive local government, its nearly 300 acres of parks and its active, involved citizenry. Wenham, residents say, gives one a general sense of connection to all that is right about New England small town life.