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Northshore March 2019

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58 MARCH 2019 NORTHSHOREMAG.COM agenda 1 PHOTOGRAPHS, CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT, BY KATIE NOBLE, BY SHUTTERSTOCK, BY TIM RICE 1. WINTER FARMERS' MARKET M A R C H 3 T H R O U G H A P R I L 7 Shop seasonal even in the winter—pick up local produce, dairy, meats, baked goods, and crafts at the Winter Farmers' Market. First and third Sundays, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. e Tannery, 50 Water St., Newbury- port, 978-457-6644, thenewburyportfarmers- 2. BEER IN THE BARN: MEET THE BREWER SERIES M A R C H 8 Head to Appleton Farms' cozy Carriage Barn for a spotlight on True North Ale Company, with brews, snacks, and live music from Labor in Vain at this 21+ event. 5:30 p.m .-8:30 p.m . Cost: $12 Trustees members, $20 nonmembers. Appleton Farms, Ipswich , 978-356-5728 x4118, things-to-do/northeast 3. BOXBOROUGH ANTIQUE SHOW AND SALE M A R C H 1 0 Explore 18th- and 19th-century American antiques, including ceramics, art, jewelry, textiles, and more— and mention Spin-Go for $2 off ! 10 a .m .-3 p.m . Cost: $8. Boxboro Regency Hotel , 242 Adams Pl ., Boxborough , 207-229-0403, 4. SPRING EQUINOX FAMILY FUN M A R C H 1 6 Look for signs of spring at Castle Hill and plant your own seeds in decorated pots to take home at this family- friendly event. 10 a.m.-12 noon. Cost: $15 member child, $20 nonmembers. Castle Hill on the Crane Estate, Ipswich, 978-356-4351 x4052, things-to-do/northeast 5. A ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELTIC SOJOURN WITH BRIAN O'DONOVAN M A R C H 1 7 WGBH will put on their 12th annual St. Patrick's Day Celtic Sojourn concert featuring traditional Irish and Irish-inspired music by musicians including the Friel Sisters, Katie McNally, and Neil Pearlman. 3 p.m . Cost: $29-49. The Cabot Theatre, 286 Cabot St., Beverly, 978-927-3100, wgbh-presents-a-st- patricks-day-celtic- sojourn-with-brian- odonovan 6. VERNAL EQUINOX FULL MOON HIKE M A R C H 2 0 On the vernal equinox—the first day of spring in the Northern Hemi- sphere—take to the Ward Reservation trails by moonlight to discover signs of spring. 6:30 p.m .-8 p.m . Cost: $5 per member family, $10 per nonmember family. Ward Reservation , Andover, 978-356-4351 x3202, things-to-do/northeast 7. GREENBERG'S GREAT TRAIN AND TOY SHOW M A R C H 2 3 & 2 4 The largest model train show in the country comes to Wilmington, with hundreds of tables of trains for sale, exhibits, and activi- ties. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Cost: $10. Shriners Audito- rium, 99 Fordham Rd., Wilmington, trainshow. com/wilmington03/ 8. WOMEN'S HISTORY DAY AT THE GABLES M A R C H 2 4 Experience a women's history–focused tour of the House of the Seven Gables, as well as a lecture on the "hidden history of Boston" by author Dina Vargo. 12:30 p.m.-4:15 p.m. Cost: $16; free for members and Salem residents. House of the Seven Gables, 115 Derby St., Salem, 978-744-0991, 7gables. org/event/7820 5 CAN'T-MISS EVENTS THIS MONTH 8 L I V E + P L AY

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