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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 PEABODY Empowering businesses to succeed while enriching the community I N T E R N AT I O N A L F E S T I VA L & K I D S D AY International Festival & Kids Day - Sunday, September 20th 11-4. It's a celebration of cultural diversity for the whole family! Enjoy many food specialties representing the rich cultural heritage of our residents plus live entertainment throughout the day on 3 stages. Enjoy sampling authentic foreign foods and unique cuisine of over 60 booths, artists galleria, entertainment, ethnic music, and dance groups throughout the day. You will also find Kids Day entertainment including moon bounces, crafts, games, etc. Free admission; fees apply to some activities. peabodyinternational- festival.com B R O D I E ' S P U B Brodie's Pub has been one of Peabody's favorite neighborhood hot spots for over 30 years. With its new ownership in 2011, Brodie's Pub has expanded to become a family friendly sports bar, that has 10 51-inch HD TV's to guarantee there isn't a bad seat in the house. With our ever-changing lunch and dinner specials, we create a unique variety of food to please any appetite. Whether you are planning a night out in our casual dining area, work party, or catering event, you won't be disappointed. 10 1/2 Lowell Street, 978-977-9988, brodiespubpeabody.com J O E Y N I C O T E R A – L I G H T I N G D E S I G N E R , R E T O N I C A Joey has been creating beautiful and innovative spaces using LED lighting for 15 years. His work has been featured on HGTV and in locations such as the Boston Museum of Science. LEDs are the new generation of lighting. Let Joey help you navigate this exciting new world and guide you through the transition from measuring lighting solely in watts to choosing lumens, color temperature, energy consumption, and controls. Your home or business will be transformed and you will view it in a whole new light. 617-233-1641, joey@retonica.com B A R B E R S H O P P E O F F T H E S Q U A R E Barber Shoppe off the Square is a traditional barber shop with services from haircuts to hot towel shaves. We offer a comfortable environment with a flat screen TV, Music, Magazines, Coffee, and Water. The barbers are professional, the results are quality, and we are familiar with all ages. Open Tuesday through Saturday. Plenty of parking in the back right off the municipal parking lot between Walgreens and a check cashing store with signs at the entrance for the barber shop. Check out our website for additional info. If you look good, you feel good. Get a haircut! 13 Rear Main Street, 978-531-5297, peabodybarbershoppe.com Y O U N G E N T R E P R E N E U R S A C A D E M Y The Peabody Area Chamber of Commerce is accepting applications for the Young Entrepreneur's Academy, an after school program which offers a focused introduction to the business world, combining a dynamic, proven curriculum with the experiences of local leaders of industry, community members, educators and entrepreneurs. Open to middle and high school students on the north shore, the program teaches real life skills on how to make a job, not just take a job, and successfully launch their own business or social movement. To learn more visit www.peabodychamber.com B R O O K S B Y F A R M A 275 acre working farm and conservation area where visitors can pick their own apples in September, visit the petting zoo, browse the farm stand, hike or cross-country ski on the many trails on the property. Footpaths and trails wind through ancient houses, huge red barns, and 65 acres of orchards. The farmstand offers a large variety of fruits, vegetables, plants, eggs and other novelties. Check out our website to see what else our farm has to offer! 54 Felton Street, 978-531-7456 brooksby farm.org

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