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Northshore April 2016

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 BEVERLY Luxury shopping and services for all to enjoy B E V E R LY B O O T S T R A P S T H R I F T S H O P Our newly renovated space is open for business at 198 Rantoul Street. We are ready to fill it with your donated goods. So think "Beverly Bootstraps" when you clean out your closets, drawers, basements and attics! Bring your freshly-laundered, in-style clothing, accessories and jewelry, clean re-usable household and decorative items to The Thrift Shop during business hours: M-F 9:30-5:00 or on Saturdays 9:30-4:00. We can pick up your larger items. Call for an appointment or for more information. All proceeds benefit the programs of Beverly Bootstraps. 198 Rantoul Street, 978-921-4710, O L I V E R B R O T H E R S Oliver Brothers, established in 1850, is the oldest fine art restoration and conservation firm in the United States. We specialize in museum quality restoration and preservation of paintings, works on paper, antique and contemporary picture frames, gilded objects, icons, murals, and sculpture. In addition, we offer museum quality custom picture framing. Our Beverly studio has a comprehensive selection of custom picture frames: from elegant traditional to refined contemporary. 117 Elliott Street, #4A, 617-536-2323, B O N S B E S T 2013 n o r t h s h o r e of B O N S B E S T 2014 n o r t h s h o r e of MOYNIHAN LUMBER M O Y N I H A N L U M B E R Moynihan Lumber has been providing quality products and unparalleled service at competitive prices since 1959. Moynihan is a preferred choice among contractors and homeowners throughout the North Shore, Eastern Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire. While our foundation is as a lumber company, we also offer a wide variety of windows and doors, kitchen cabinetry, custom millwork and building materials. Our knowledgeable, experienced staff can answer all your questions. Also located in North Reading and Plaistow, N.H. 82 River Street, 978 -927-0032, W Y L I E I N N A N D C O N F E R E N C E C E N T E R Situated on a picturesque stretch of Atlantic coast in Beverly, the Wylie Inn and Conference Center at Endicott College offers well appointed accommodations, Fountain Café and Bar, state of the art IACC certified conference center, and an elegant social event venue, Tupper Manor. This lush 10 acre inn and conference center is just minutes away from historic downtown Salem, restaurants, scenic Cape Ann, shopping, museums and more; all offering visitors to the North Shore endless sights, sounds, tastes and experiences. 295 Hale Street, 866-333 -0859, V E R B E N A E S T H E T I C S S T U D I O Our licensed studio offers premium services tailored for individual skin care needs. Verbena's spa services are rejuvenating, refreshing and re-charging; leaving your skin feeling anew. Our choice organic ingredients are designed for cleaner, brighter, and younger appearing skin. We are committed to first class, five star services with quality hand-made products and superior client satisfaction. Services are by appointment or by chance. For more details and to schedule online, please visit us @ 234 Cabot Street, Suite #8, 978-712-0370 B E V E R LY AT H L E T I C C L U B Beverly Athletic Club was voted best health club on the North Shore for numerous reasons. The amazing staff features profession- al, friendly, fun, certified trainers that help members achieve their goals. With over 60 group exercise classes included in membership, state of the art fitness centers, salt water pool, court sports and more, achieving optimal health and wellness at the BAC is conveni- ent and fun for the entire family. The Building Active Kids Zone provides childcare, dedicated activities, and an indoor/outdoor play area. For more information or a free trial, please call or visit our website. 7 Reservoir Road & 600 Cummings Center, 978-927-0920,

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