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Northshore September 2015

Northshore magazine showcases the best that the North Shore of Boston, MA has to offer.

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s p e c i a l a d v e r t i s i n g s e c t i o n A city that's blazed its own path, from carriages to commerce AMESBURY N E S T Nest is an interactive retail emporium located in thriving downtown Amesbury. We aren't just a place to shop - build your own fairy gardens, smell our beautiful floral arrangements, listen to the bands playing on our door step, and come for the full experience that our store is! Nest offers a unique range of merchandise which includes: jewelry, fashion accessories, baby and toddler, wall art, furniture, and home decor. With most items handcrafted from local vendors, you will always find something one-of-a-kind when you stop in. Come say hello and experience Nest! 45 Main Street, 978-388-0283, P A U S E Y O G A At Pause Yoga, we offer yoga classes for health and wellbeing, exercise, and fitness. We have classes for all skill levels and intensity on our schedule including Vinyasa, Gentle, Heated, Senior, Broga, and more. We also regularly offer workshops and special events with our own instructors as well as special guests. Take a break from your daily life and take a moment for yourself. Our yoga studio is relaxed and casual. At Pause Yoga, you will learn to breathe deeply, to exhale fully, and find comfort in building strength while finding the relaxation that your body truly needs. 36 Main St, 2nd Floor, 508-333-4160, C I D E R H I L L F A R M Located on 145 acres, Cider Hill Farm is a diverse and innovative presence amongst the North Shore farms. This first generation farm offers a wide variety of pick your own fruits along with a large farm store, full bakery, and a children's trike play yard featuring a giant sandbox. Open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. from May until Christmas Eve, the farm changes with each new season. Fall features weekend hayrides through the apple orchards, caramel apples, fresh popped kettle corn and hundreds of pumpkins to pick. Christmas brings fresh cut balsam trees, wreathes, gingerbread houses and gift items. 978-388-5525, F L O W E R S B Y N E S T Flowers by nest is the newest concept introduced in the nest store! Step through our birch garden gates into an oasis of lovely plants and floral arrangements, terrariums, and build your own fairy gardens. Our florist is available to address any floral needs; birthdays, weddings, prom, and more. Whether you are stopping in for a fresh gift arrangement, a custom bouquet, or a few flowers to brighten your day, it will always be a beautiful experience. Check out our website or stop in any time to see what we have crafted up next! 45 Main Street, 978-388-0283, T H E M A R K E T S Q U A R E B A K E H O U S E The Market Square Bakehouse faces a busy rotary, organized red brick leads up to the entrance. A woman points through the glass at a spinach feta quiche but a coy grin spreads across her face as she notices the glimmering sugar atop a blueberry scone. The grin transforms into a full fledged smile as her gaze settles upon the donut muffin. Light bulbs encased in mason jars hang from the ceiling. White porcelain mugs and Gibraltar glasses on natural wooden tabletops. Other eager guests wait with iced chai teas and foamy lattes. 5 market square, 978-792-5237, H E D G E H O G D E S I G N S Hedgehog Designs is a fledgling business located in Amesbury, MA. After 20 years in the Carpentry business owner Chris Harris transformed a passion for fine woodwork- ing into a business crafting items from recycled wine and whiskey barrels. Of- fering items for gifts, home d├ęcor, home furnishings, and entertaining, all with a distinctive unique and sophisticated flair. What sets Hedgehog designs apart is our dedication to producing fine furniture grade pieces that you would be proud to display in your home. Repurposing the ordinary into something extraordinary! 2 Water Street, 978-792-5734,

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