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Spotlight Talk: Lucy Larcom, Poet

Find out about Lucy Larcom, a fomer Lowell Mill Girl and notable Beverly resident who led a life filled with poetry, literature, and teaching. Free and open to all; join us here

Beverly Cove Virtual Walking Tour

This virtual walking tour will explore an extensive area of Beverly’s Cove neighborhood, originally called Cove Village. The tour explores the transformation of the land from an agrarian village to a bustling neighborhood with the addition of the trolley line. Business history also is explored, including the ever-popular Woodberry Tavern and the Cove Green House […]

Free – $10.00
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Historic House Spotlight:

This Spotlight Talk focuses on how the acreage of land surrounding Hale Farm has been used and transformed over 300-plus years. Free and open to all. Get the inside story on objects, people, historical events, and our historic houses with these individual Spotlight Tours and Historic House Spotlights. These tours are casual, intimate conversations that […]

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Spotlight Talk: Lucy Larcom, Poet

Find out about Lucy Larcom, a fomer Lowell Mill Girl and notable Beverly resident who led a life filled with poetry, literature, and teaching. Free and open to all; join us here

Beautiful Beverly Walking Tour

SOLD OUT This NEW walking tour to celebrate EARTH DAY was inspired by the extensive postcard collection here at Historic Beverly. We will explore some of the beautiful locations and historic sites within the city that are featured within our postcard collection and compare them with the sites as they are today. Attendees are encouraged […]

Free – $10.00
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Historic House Spotlight:

This Spotlight Talk focuses on how the acreage of land surrounding Hale Farm has been used and transformed over 300-plus years. Free and open to all. Get the inside story on objects, people, historical events, and our historic houses with these individual Spotlight Tours and Historic House Spotlights. These tours are casual, intimate conversations that […]

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Spotlight Talk: Lucy Larcom, Poet

Find out about Lucy Larcom, a fomer Lowell Mill Girl and notable Beverly resident who led a life filled with poetry, literature, and teaching. Free and open to all; join us here

Recurring

Historic House Spotlight:

This Spotlight Talk focuses on how the acreage of land surrounding Hale Farm has been used and transformed over 300-plus years. Free and open to all. Get the inside story on objects, people, historical events, and our historic houses with these individual Spotlight Tours and Historic House Spotlights. These tours are casual, intimate conversations that […]

Beverly Farms Virtual Walking Tour

Beverly Farms is a small village in the north east corner of Beverly 4 ½ miles away from the center of Beverly. The Farms was known for its long green fields and deep woods; the land was used for farming for over 200 years because of its fertile soil. The most common crops produced from […]

Free – $10

Beverly Farms Walking Tour

SOLD OUT Beverly neighborhoods are full of beautiful buildings and interesting stories about the people who lived there.  Join us for a casual two mile stroll to learn about some of the people and places that make Beverly Farms unique. This walking tour is a complete loop, beginning and ending in the same place. Rain […]

Free – $10.00

How the Irish Shaped Beverly Farms

Local historian Nancy Coffey will present an illustrated lecture on how the Irish shaped the physical and cultural landscape of Beverly Farms between the 1860s and 1950s. Nancy Coffey started the Beverly Farms History project in 2007 and has been conducting oral history interviews, scanning photographs, and doing research ever since. She is currently writing […]

Free – $10.00

Lucy Larcom Poetry Jam

Hale Farm 39 Hale Street, Beverly, MA

Join us at Hale Farm for an evening of history, poetry, and fun as we read some of Lucy Larcom’s poetry classics. One of Beverly’s most notable residents, Lucy Larcom began working as a Lowell “mill girl” when she was eleven, and went on to lead a life filled with poetry, literature, and teaching. Local […]