Upcoming Events - Special Events - Weddings

Upcoming Events

Like Us on Facebook LIKE us on Facebook
Speaker Series: Every 3rd Thursday each month, 7pm 
Tapley Memorial Hall 13 Page Street, Danvers MA

November 15th: 1692 Witch Hysteria Talk
      Giovanni Alabiso of Salem Historical Tours will examine the demographics, theories 
and personal stories comprising the dire events of 1692 that plunged the Greater Salem area into chaos. Salem Historical ToursIn addition to hearing the basic facts about that period, you will hear details of individual personal stories that speak volumes about the events of that time. All the while there will be pictures of locations and people projected onto a screen. This is a fascinating discussion that will shed new light on what happened during the infamous witchcraft hysteria that turned neighbor against neighbor.

2019 Topics to be scheduled : Danvers Firefighting; Irish Immigrants of Danvers; Remembering George Jacobs; Comedy Improv Workshop; The Seasons of Glen Magna Farms; Old World Paper Craft; Pre-Colonial Archaeolgoy; Redware Pottery.

10th Annual Parade of Trees   sponsored by  IRA Toyota of Danvers
A display of creative faux trees and wreaths donated by area families, community groups, and businesses. Displays are raffled off at the end of the week. Visit Tapley Memorial Hall, 13 Page Street, Danvers. LEARN MORE here

FULL SCHEDULE HERE

Tuesday evening, November 27th, through Sunday, December 2nd, 2018. 
See detailed schedule below (subject to change):
How will you participate in 2018? Call the Page House office 978-777-1666

Become a donor here.

Please donate a faux tree or wreath before Thanksgiving, Nov. 22nd.

~ * ~
All weekFood drive to benefit the Danvers Food PantryPlease bring something to add!Lahey Health  Seaboard ProductsAberdeen Homecare 

All week: purchase raffle chances to win a tree or wreath: 10chances for $10; 25 for $20.

Tuesday, November 27th, 6-8pm - Preview Party $15 donation general admission.
Daniella'sNBPT beerBuffet honoring our event donors
Beverage samples by Newburyport Brewing Company
Please RSVP by Tuesday, Nov 20th. FREE for Tree and Wreath donors

Enjoy music & refreshments honoring the creativity & generosity of display donors.  
Free for display donors & one guest. Live piano by Darren Muise
Music Connection
    
Wednesday, November 28th, 1pm to 9pm, FREE – Senior Appreciation Day, wear creative sweaters and enjoy live acoustic music & refreshments from 1-3pm welcoming seniors from all over the North Shore. Dan Tremblay and Lorraine Tempone will perform a variety of Holiday and "Oldies" style acoustic tunes.
Jump iN Joint   7-9pm. Live acoustic jam session.

Thursday, November 29th, 1 pm to 8pm,   
FREE - Polar Express Evening. Children are invited to dress in their favorite PJs and listen to the theatrical reading of "The Polar Express" at 6:30 pm, complete with hot chocolate and a gift for each child.  

Friday, November 30th, 1pm to 8pm, FREE - Enjoy the festivites and purchase your chances to WIN!!!
Falconize
   4 - 6pm: Danvers High School's FALCONIZE will perform!  
   Donations welcome towards their 2019 trip to perform at the inaugural International
   A Cappella Festival in Pamplona, Spain!



Jaguar Graphics
 Gienapp DEsignPete's GaragePeoples United Bank     
Saturday, December 1st 10am to 8pm, FREE - purchase your Raffle Tickets  
Music Connection     Warm up at Tapley Memorial Hall during the Annual Downtown Holiday Festival
     MUSIC CONNECTION entertains 1:30 - 3pm  Live music by local musicians!

Sunday, December 2nd 10am to 3pm.  
Good Lickin   Ice Cream Social by Good Lickin 1:30- 2:30pm
  Raffle Drawing at 3:15. Take your winnings home!  


Raffle winners will be notified Sunday befo
re 5pm Sunday. Winners pick-up between 9am and 1pm, M-F.
Parade of Trees schedule subject to change.


“An Evening of Merrymaking”  Advance Tickets Only by Nov.30th or until sold out.
Glen Magna FarmsFriday, December 7th, 6:30-10:30pm   
Glen Magna Farms, 29 Ingersoll Street
Join us for An Evening of Merrymaking. What better place than the Mansion at Glen Magna Farms to celebrate the season. Entertainment by the "Just in Time" band, lead by John Archer. Enjoy cocktails, plated dinner and even some "Carol-oke" with friends. We will be raffling off a two night stay at the Beauport Hotel, Gloucester, including dinner for one night
$75 per person, cash Bar.
Contact 978-777-1666 for tickets today! ... This event will sell out!
Plated Dinner Choice:

Jump iN Joint - Open Mic Night
Wednesday, Monthly at Tapley Memorial Hall, 7 - 9pm

FREE and open to the public at Tapley Memorial Hall, 13 Page Street
Monthly “Acoustic Performers Night". Bring an instrument, tell a story, tell us some jokes, read a poem and have fun. No need to pre-register for this free program.Talent of all types encouraged.

All talents welcome. Arrive at 7pm and we'll fit you in the line-up. Please contact Dan at dh.tremblay@outlook.com or 978-777-2711. We hope to see you there!
Open Mic Night will be held Nov 28th*(not 21st - Happy Thanksgiving!), December 19th, Jan 16th.

Parking on Page St. or in the Community Lot at the corner of Page and Elm Streets.  Reservations appreciated to help with hall set up.  RSVP to 978.777.1666 or E-mail to dhs@danvershistory.org . 

All Welcome Nora Comedy Variety

  
Back to top of page

Special Events

“An Evening of Merrymaking”
Glen Magna FarmsFriday, December 7th, 6:30-10:30pm
Glen Magna Farms, 29 Ingersoll Street
Join us for An Evening of Merrymaking. What better place than the Mansion at Glen Magna Farms to celebrate the season. Entertainment by the "Just in Time" band, lead by John Archer. Enjoy cocktails, plated dinner and even some "Carol-oke" with friends. $75 per person, cash Bar.
Contact 978-777-1666 for tickets today! ... This event will sell out!
Plated Dinner Choice:

Back to top of page

Weddings

The Mansion at Glen Magna Farms, set on an estate of eleven acres, has been described “as near to heaven as one can be in this world.” Located less than one mile from Routes 1 and 95.

Glen Magna Farms is an ideal location for weddings, private parties, corporate meetings, photo shoots and other special events.

The award-winning landscape includes formal gardens massed with colorful perennials, annuals, shrubbery and an arboretum. The Old Fashioned Garden is anchored by a reproduction of the original Gazebo designed by Francis Peabody in 1840. A wisteria-covered pergola transports guests towards the Derby Summer House, a National Historic Landmark, and into the Rose Garden which blooms in early summer with hundreds of heirloom roses. Classical statuary, fountains, sweeping lawns and winding pathways further enhance the exquisitely restored and manicured grounds.

The main rooms of the Colonial Revival Mansion include a foyer, drawing room, parlor, library and a spacious dining room. Changing rooms for bridal parties or for break-out sessions are on the second floor. A covered veranda along the entire south side of the Mansion overlooks the main lawn and gardens. Tenting for larger outdoor functions is available.

Back to top of page

Donate