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Northshore Home Summer 2018

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SUMMER 2018 111 July 28 18TH ANNUAL NEWBURYPORT KITCHEN TOUR Grab a friend and join the 18th Annual Newburyport Kitchen Tour, featuring sensational kitchens showcasing extraordinary talent, craftsmanship, and design. This self-guided driving tour celebrates the rich history of Newburyport, offering tasty complimentary treats from local eateries while you visit 10 homes. Tickets available for purchase via the form online, or at the following locations: Buttermilk Baking Company, 9 Liberty St.; Newburyport Lighting, 38 Merrimac St.; Chococoa Baking Co., 50 Water St. / The Tannery; Mill 77, 22 Graf Rd.; The Book Rack/Magna Café; Piper and Chloe. All proceeds benefit Newburyport public schools. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Cost: $30 in advance; $35 day of. Downtown Newburyport,; July 28 BEAUPORT PRIDE TOURS Rare among historic house museums, Beauport tells the story of a gay man in the early 20th century: celebrated interior designer Henry Davis Sleeper. This special tour sheds light on Sleeper's family and friends and includes readings from books and letters written by Sleeper and his social circle. After the tour, stay for refreshments on the terrace. Hear a brief talk by Historic New England's Ken Turino on the challenges historians face uncovering the lives of gay men and women. 4:30 p.m.-7 p.m. Cost: $15-$20. Beauport, the Sleeper- McCann House, 75 Eastern Point Blvd, Gloucester, AUGUST August 9-11 ANNUAL NEW HAMPSHIRE ANTIQUES SHOW Back for its 61st celebration, this year's Annual New Hampshire Antiques Show promises 67 exhibitors from all over the country showcasing some of the finest displays of furniture, fine and decorative arts, antique jewelry, folk art and more. The New Hampshire Antiques Show caps off a week of antiques events known as Antiques Week in New Hampshire, and is a well-known tourism draw for the state, attracting passionate dealers and collectors from all around the country. Whether you are a newcomer or a seasoned collector, there is something for everyone. Hours: August 9 & 10, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; August 11, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Cost: $15 on Thursday; $10 on Friday and Saturday. The Manchester Downtown Hotel (formerly The Radisson), 700 Elm St., Manchester, New Hampshire, August 11 COOPER-FROST-AUSTIN PUBLIC TOURS Reserve your spot for exclusive tours of the rarely open Cooper-Frost-Austin House (1681), the oldest surviving house in Cambridge. Space is limited. These tours will sell out. 1 p.m.-2 p.m. Cost: Free-$5. Cooper-Frost-Austin House, 21 Linnaean Street, Cambridge, August 18-19 HILLSBOROUGH'S 10TH ANNUAL LIVING HISTORY EVENT Take part in a delightful, interactive living history experience and explore the unique history of the New England area. George Washington will host (again!) – in all his glory! Interact with period artisans and the music of the 2nd South Carolina String Band, or follow a battle through the woods, watch the Cavalry charge, hear the can- nons roar. Venture on a fantastic trip throughout Hillsborough and discover the historic villages, the Hillsborough Heritage Museum, including the Manahan- Phelps-McCulloch Photo Collection and the DAR Collection. Take a tour of the Franklin Pierce Homestead State Historic Park and tour the cemetery where President Pierce's parents are buried on the 2nd New Hampshire Turnpike. Saturday:,9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Cost: $5-$15. Hillsborough, New Hampshire,

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