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|Trails & Sails - September 24 & 25
This is a remarkable region, and we hope you will join
us to celebrate its resources! On September 24 &
25, 2005, 70 sites and organizations throughout
the Area will open the doors to more than 150 unique
programs free of charge.
Row a dory in Gloucester harbor, explore the first
planned street in America and go bird watching in
one of America’s best birding destinations. We invite
you to join a museum director, a mayor and an
expert forager to gain a new perspective on art,
downtown revitalization, and the edible landscape.
Wander halls of antique homes and the leafy
corridors of the region’s conservation lands. You will
discover walks, hikes, rides, paddles, sails and strolls
for all interests and ages in the Trails & Sails
this year. It is all free and first-come, first-
Look for your guide
in Eagle Tribune newspapers on Wednesday,
comprehensive event information visit
ENHC at (978) 740-0444, or click
here to request
We look forward to seeing
you at Trails & Sails!
As a result of the generous support for
Trails & Sails provided by TD Banknorth and Eagle
Tribune Publishing Company, guides to Trails &
2005 will be inserted in the
following Eagle Tribune newspapers
on Wednesday, September 14: The Eagle
The Salem News, The Daily News of Newburyport,
Gloucester Daily Times, Andover Townsman, Town
Crossings, The Haverhill Gazette, Derry News,
Weekender & Carriage Town News.
Trails & Sails 2005 is being produced
generous support of TD Banknorth, Eagle Tribune
Publishing Company, Eastern Bank, First National
Bank of Ipswich, Rockport National Bank,
Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank and North
Shore Medical Center.
Our website is highlighting special weekend events
from our homepage. ENHC site visitor
numbers peak mid-week, so this is an excellent
opportunity to feature your organization's upcoming
events through our calendar and our
webmaster, Jeanne Pickering, will pick up the
information from there. Visit the ENHA calendar or
this weekend's highlighted events...
|Support the work of the ENHC
Consider making a donation
or sponsoring a favorite
program through the Essex National Heritage
Your investment is a committment to
the past, present and future of the heritage
resources that abound in this region. Your donation
will allow these programs to respond to the
increasing needs of our communities.
Upcoming Explorers Events
Explorers! Please join us for these great fall
Sunday, October 23
Wallace Nutting and
the Iron Works House: Tour the Saugus
Iron Works house built in the 1680’s and restored by
Wallace Nutting in 1915. Discover the treasured
works of Wallace Nutting.
Friday, November 4
6:15-7:00 pm Wine tasting
7:00-9:00 pm Appraisals
Rare Treasures or White Elephants?
Discover the value of your art, antiques and
undiscovered treasures! An evening of antiques
appraisals, appetizers and wine tasting. Each guest
may bring one article or photo of an object to
be appraised. Please omit coins, stamps, jewelry
and musical instruments.
Sunday, November 13
10:00 am-12:00 pm
Decorative Arts & Antiques: The
Peabody Essex Museum offers Explorers a private
docent tour of its renowned American decorative art,
folk art, and costume galleries. Refreshments follow,
Explorers are invited to browse the museum.
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