221 Essex St., Suite 41, Salem, MA 01970
|Grant Applications Available Online
Partnership Grant applications are now available!
ENHC will be accepting applications from legally
established 501c3 organizations for education,
preservation, interpretation, archives/historical
records and trails/greenways projects.
The guidelines and application forms are
available on the ENHC website. Applications
are due by 12 noon on Friday, April 1.
(Photo: Education program at the
Gloucester Maritime Heritage Center)
|Free Web Calendar Seminar
Monday, March 7
2 pm - 4 pm
Topsfield Public Library, 1 So. Common St.
Learn about the simple process of submitting your
institution's events to the ENHC online calendar.
Electronic ticketing has proven to help increase
sales, reduce overhead costs, and provide
convenience to your patrons. The ENHC calendar
provides this service regardless of the number of
events per year you hold.
|Sign up for the last 2 Explorers literary events
As the Explorers literature theme draws to a close,
you still have two more chances to attend exclusive
This Saturday, February 19,
visit the Wenham Tea House and the Wenham
Museum to learn more about
Ralph Waldo Emerson. Explorers free; non-Explorers
On Thursday, February 24, join historian
McAllister at the Salem Maritime National Park
Orientation Center as he presents a special talk
about the many famous authors from right here in
Essex County. Explorers free; non-Explorers $7.
The next Explorers theme is architecture!
Space is available for the March 12 stroll
through the "heart and sole" of Haverhill's
downtown, a tour exploring the city's shoe
and beautiful Queen Anne style architecture, guided
by staff of the Buttonwoods Museum. Explorers free;
|Save these May Dates
ENHC Annual Meeting - Please mark your
calendars and join us at 8:30 a.m.
on Tuesday, May 17, at Abbott Hall in Marblehead.
The "Landscape of Opportunity" conference
on May 20 at North Shore Community College will
present the findings of ENHC's yearlong Heritage
Archives Alive!: Disaster Planning Online
Wednesday, April 13
9 am - 3 pm
Beverly Public Library
This daylong workshop will explain the importance of
having a disaster plan in place for your institution's
collections. Also learn how to use "dPlan", a free
online disaster planning tool developed by the
Northeast Document Conservation Center and the
Massachusetts Board of Library
Commissioners. "dPlan" will help institutions of all
sizes create a customized disaster plan.
Register by April 6. Explorers $10; non-Explorers $15.