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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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T H E R I V E R WA L K G A L L E R Y The Riverwalk Gallery, located in downtown Amesbury, Massachusetts, is an oasis of peace, tranquility, and beauty filled with locally handcrafted artisan jewelry, pottery, glass, organic body care products, and many other unique and high-quality items – Native American drums, beeswax candles, and much more. We carry a broad selection of crystals and minerals, and some of the finest semi-precious natural stone beads in the Northeast. We offer jewelrymaking classes, workshops, and open studio time. Please visit us to find meaningful gifts that will lift your spirit. 57 Main Street, 978-388-3499, riverwalkartgallery.com 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 AT T E N T I F ' D E S I G N Attentif' Design is a locally owned shop so full of surprises you won't want to miss it. Offering quality new, reproduction, and vintage home decor accessories, lighting, and furniture, owner/designer Kathi Pelletier-Gannett has created an eclectic shopping experience. At AD you will find a great selection of unique cards and gifts, including several lines available for personalization. Additionally, they offer custom Home Décor sewing services, including pillows, table linens, curtains, and more. See their Facebook page for more photos and information. 44 Main Street, 978-764-2698, facebook.com/attentif design C O D E & C I R C U I T Discover engaging, unique computer science classes and hands-on fun with the latest learning tools and toys. Students learn coding, robotics, design, and more at our modern and thoughtfully designed classroom in downtown Amesbury. After-school classes, clubs, and workshops are available for grades three and up. Join our growing community of future engineers. Space is limited. Visit our Facebook page and codeandcircuit.org to learn more, or make an appointment for a personal tour of the classroom. 36 Main Street, 978-386-3800, codeandcircuit.com A M E S B U R Y T R A I L S From Woodsom Farm, Powow Hill, and Battis Farm, to the Town Forest, the Powder House and the Powow River, Amesbury Trails is your ticket to getting outdoors and discovering a treasure trove of peaceful and undiscovered conservation areas. On our website, you'll find photos, directions, and trail maps to our town's special places. Head over to our Facebook for guided hikes, group events, trail work days, and more. Join our mailing list and like the Facebook page to stay up to date. See you on the trails! amesburytrails.net C R AV E : W I N E | K I T C H E N | TA P Located in Amesbury's up and coming lower mill yard in a renovated 1850's Boston & Maine train station, Crave's menu focuses on food made from scratch using fresh seafood, hand cut steaks and local produce when possible, all prepared in a semi-open kitchen. The bar features eight craft beers, a fun and accessible wine list created with the assistance of a local wine consultant, in addition to a great selection of bourbons and ryes. Their team of young energetic professionals is eager to help you have a great experience. 10 Water Street, 978-834-6075, cravefoodandwine.com W O L F M E A D O W F A R M Share Wolf Meadow Farm Artisan Cheeses on your dinner table today with Family and Friends. Handcrafted daily using the freshest milk from local sustainable farms in Massachusetts, it's Good, Healthy & Made with Love. Made by hand using ancient Italian traditions, you can enjoy fresh mozzarella on your dinner table that was still in the cow in the form of milk 12 hours earlier! Visit us at our flagship cheesemaking facility in Amesbury, MA or our newest location in the year- round Boston Public Market. 91 High Street, 978-201-1606, wolfmeadowfarm.com

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