Symbolism in the Old Burying Ground with John Glassford
Oct
16
7:00 PM19:00

Symbolism in the Old Burying Ground with John Glassford

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October 16th: Symbolism in the Old Burying Ground, John Glassford

Our favorite gravestone enthusiast, John Glassford, will return for a presentation on the rich symbolism to be found in North Andover's Old Burying Ground.

A companion graveyard tour will take place on Sunday, October 20th at noon.

Members free; non members $5 per event.

Confirmed reservations a must. Please email director.nahistory@gmail.com

Doors will open at 6:45 pm

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Companion Tour of the Old Burying Ground with John Glassford
Oct
20
12:00 PM12:00

Companion Tour of the Old Burying Ground with John Glassford

October 20th: Symbolism in the Old Burying Ground, John Glassford

John Glassford will guide us through the first burial ground of Andover (North or South) as we examine the rich symbolism used in these headstones.

Members free; non members $5 per event.

Confirmed reservations a must. Please email director.nahistory@gmail.com

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Oct
25
7:00 PM19:00

Richard Hite's "Book Club" for "In the Shadow of Salem"

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Join author, Richard Hite for a discussion of his book, In the Shadow of Salem. Richard returns to lead a "book club" style discussion and participants are encouraged to read the book before hand.

Books are available from the author, at the Society's shop and on Amazon.

Members free; nonmembers $5

Limited seating, reservations a must to director.nahistory@gmail.com

Join us for an evening with historian and archivist, Richard Hite as he discusses In the Shadow of Salem: The Andover Witch Hunt of 1692.

  • RESERVATIONS REQUIRED

  • Members: FREE

  • Non-Members: $5 (pay at door)

Based on extensive primary source research, In the Shadow of Salem: The Andover Witch Hunt of 1692 tells for the first time the fascinating story of this long overlooked phase of the largest witch hunt in American history.

Untangling a net of rivalries and ties between families and neighbors, the author explains the actions of the accusers, the reactions of the accused, and their ultimate fates. In the process, he shows how the Andover arrests prompted a large segment of the town’s population to openly oppose the entire witch hunt and how their actions played a crucial role in finally bringing the 1692 witchcraft crisis to a close.

RICHARD HITE is State Records Coordinator at the Rhode Island State Archives and Public Records Administration. He has a B.A. in history and political science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, an M.A. in Archival Management from North Carolina State University, and an M.A. in history from Kent State University. He is author of An Ordinary Soldier: Christopher Hite of Bedford, Pennsylvania and the Continental Army and Sustainable Genealogy: Separating Fact from Fiction in Family Legends. He lives in Providence, Rhode Island


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Margo Burns: The “Moldy Bread” Myth and Salem Witchcraft
Oct
29
7:00 PM19:00

Margo Burns: The “Moldy Bread” Myth and Salem Witchcraft

October 29th: Margo Burns--The “Moldy Bread” Myth and Salem Witchcraft

Margo Burns returns to present "The Salem Witchcraft Trials and Ergot, the “Moldy Bread” Hypothesis or What a Long, Strange Trip It’s Been: The “Moldy Bread” Myth and Salem Witchcraft"

The chances are very good that anyone interested in the Salem witchcraft trials has heard something along the lines of the afflicted girls having eaten something that made them have their fits. Asking an expert about this often gives them fits! But where did this notion come from? Why is it so pervasive and cemented in the public imagination as an explanation of this lurid chapter in American history?

This lecture is a case study in how people come to believe myths and misconceptions about historical events.

Margo Burns is a noted authority on the Salem witch trials, a popular speaker and was project director for compendium of trial related documents, The Records of the Salem Witch Hunt.

Members free; nonmembers: $5

Doors open at 6:45 pm.

Seating is limited. Reservations a must to director.nahistory@gmail.com

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Past the Cemetery Gate, the Graveyard as Genealogical Resource
Oct
10
7:00 PM19:00

Past the Cemetery Gate, the Graveyard as Genealogical Resource

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This program is funded in part by a grant from the North Andover Cultural Council, a local agency, part of the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

Seating for this lecture is limited and to ensure admission, please email director.nahistory@gmail.com for a reservation.

"Going" on Facebook is NOT a reservation.

Members are free; non members $5 payable at the door.

North Andover Historical Society
153 Academy Road, North Andover, MA
https://www.northandoverhistoricalsociety.org/

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17th Century Saturdays
Oct
5
11:00 AM11:00

17th Century Saturdays

Join us on the first Saturday of June through October to celebrate the Parson Barnard House! 

Once again, we will be participating in Seventeenth Century Saturday by opening up this venerable property to the public, free of charge...but please consider a donation or purchase in our traveling bookshop to help support our programs.

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St. Michael Church 150th Anniversary Parish Picnic
Sep
29
1:00 PM13:00

St. Michael Church 150th Anniversary Parish Picnic

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IT’S BEEN 150 YEARS!

On November 19, 1869, the first Saint Michael Church in North Andover was dedicated. We invite you to join our parish community in celebrating our rich past, our present opportunities and exciting future. All are welcome to our upcoming festivities. This event is open to the public!

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29

PARISH PICNIC: 1-5 PM

12 Noon Mass on the North Andover Common, followed by the party of the year featuring great food, live music, games, baking contest, pony rides, crafts, historic photo booth, and much more!

The North Andover Historic Society is honored to partner with Saint Michael Parish on the Historic aspect of their 150th Anniversary celebrations. We will be offering fun Historic Toys, Games and an assortment of “Adventures in Time” arts & crafts from 1-5PM. Stop by and say hello!

  • Like us on Facebook and/or Instagram at the picnic and enter our Free Raffle for great historic prizes.

  • Join our E-blast list during the picnic and receive a FREE Gift: “A Walking Tour of North Andover’s Historic District”.

  • Saint Michael Parish will be serving food from 1-4PM.

    • Food tickets will be available for sale at the picnic and available for advance purchase at the Reception Desk at Saint Michael Parish. Details.

    • Food Menu: BBQ Chicken, Burgers, Pasta Salad, Corn on the Cob, Baked Beans, Corn Bread, Potato Chips, Snow Cones and beverages.

All other events and activities are FREE!

Donations to the North Andover Historical Society are welcome and help support our educational programs.

The picnic is open to the public. All are welcome!


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Open Doors: Johnson Cottage & Headquarters Galleries
Sep
27
3:00 PM15:00

Open Doors: Johnson Cottage & Headquarters Galleries

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Your chance to visit Johnson Cottage and the galleries at the North Andover Historical Society to view our newest textile history gallery and current temporary exhibit, "Sallie: A North Andover Life".

Try out an Adventures in Time craft in our History Discovery room.

Come learn about the Johnson Family and so much more.

Friday, September 27th from 3-5 PM

Part of the Essex Heritage Area Trails and Sails week September 20th-29th: 100+ Free Events Across Essex County For more information: trailsandsails.com

Special Instructions: Wear comfortable shoes and be prepared to climb stairs.

This event is held in partnership with Trails & Sails

Special Instructions: Wear comfortable shoes and be prepared to climb stairs.

This event is held in partnership with Trails & Sails

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Open Doors: Johnson Cottage & Headquarters Galleries
Sep
21
11:00 AM11:00

Open Doors: Johnson Cottage & Headquarters Galleries

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Your chance to visit Johnson Cottage and the galleries at the North Andover Historical Society to view our newest textile history gallery and current temporary exhibit, "Sallie: A North Andover Life".

Try out an Adventures in Time craft in our History Discovery room.

Come learn about the Johnson Family and so much more.

Saturday September 21st from 11 am -1pm, in conjunction with the North Parish Meeting House Open House and the North Andover Merchant's Fair on the Common (we will have a tent too!); also Friday, September 27th from 3-5 pm.

Part of the Essex Heritage Area Trails and Sails week September 20th-29th: 100+ Free Events Across Essex County For more information: trailsandsails.com

Special Instructions: Wear comfortable shoes and be prepared to climb stairs.

This event is held in partnership with Trails & Sails

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17th Century Saturdays
Sep
7
11:00 AM11:00

17th Century Saturdays

Visit us at the Parson Barnard house and barn between 11 am and 3 pm. This weekend we will have the pleasure of the return of John Truman and his wonderful bagpipe music during the afternoon--check Facebook on the day of the event for the exact time!

In addition, another chance to meet author Richard Hite, who will be signing (and selling) his latest book, In the Shadow of Salem….A look at the Andover phase of the 1692 witch trials.

We are happy to announce that the new revised and expanded Historical Society publication, Raising the Devil is ready and we will be selling copies at the next two 17th Century Saturdays. Special promotional price on both those days of $5.

Once again, we will be participating in Seventeenth Century Saturday by opening up this venerable property to the public, free of charge...but please consider a donation or purchase in our traveling bookshop to help support our programs.

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Adventures in Time Drop-In Workshop: Native Beaded Bracelets
Aug
27
10:00 AM10:00

Adventures in Time Drop-In Workshop: Native Beaded Bracelets

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Join us for another session of Native inspired woven beaded bracelets and learn about the importance of beads within their culture.

  • Drop-ins should allow at least 1 hour before end to complete their project.

  • Suggested ages 7-13, but all welcome.

  • Free but a donation or a purchase in our shop will help support our ongoing programs.

Last FREE workshop of the Summer!

Support provided by the Elise A. Brown Fund.

Watch our Facebook page for announcements for future programs..

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Adventures in Time Drop-In Workshop: Stick Dice
Aug
21
10:00 AM10:00

Adventures in Time Drop-In Workshop: Stick Dice

Stop by and create your own Native inspired game pieces and learn a brand new past time!

Suggested ages 7-13, but all welcome.

Free but a donation or a purchase in our shop will help support our ongoing programs. Support provided by the Elise A. Brown Fund.

Watch our Facebook page for announcements for future sessions.

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Adventures in Time Drop-In Workshop: Woven Potholders
Aug
20
10:00 AM10:00

Adventures in Time Drop-In Workshop: Woven Potholders

Our next pop-up & drop-in Adventures in Time program will be Wednesday, August 20th, 10 AM - Noon.

Stop by to enjoy a throwback playground craft--woven potholders!

Drop-ins should allow at least 1 hour before end to complete their project.

Suggested ages 7-13, but all welcome.

Free but a donation or a purchase in our shop will help support our ongoing programs. Support provided by the Elise A. Brown Fund.

Watch our Facebook page for announcements for future sessions.

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Adventures in Time Drop-In Workshop: Woven Beaded Bracelets
Aug
14
10:00 AM10:00

Adventures in Time Drop-In Workshop: Woven Beaded Bracelets

Our next pop-up & drop-in Adventures in Time program will be Wednesday, August 14th, 10 am-Noon and 1-3 pm.

Join us for another session of Native inspired woven beaded bracelets and learn about the importance of beads within their culture.

Drop-ins should allow at least 1 hour before end to complete their project.

Suggested ages 7-13, but all welcome.

Free but a donation or a purchase in our shop will help support our ongoing programs. Support provided by the Elise A. Brown Fund.

Watch our Facebook page for announcements for future sessions.

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Adventures in Time Drop-In Workshop: Woven Potholders
Aug
7
1:00 PM13:00

Adventures in Time Drop-In Workshop: Woven Potholders

Our next pop-up & drop-in Adventures in Time program will be Wednesday, August 7th, 10 am-Noon and 1-3 pm.

Stop by to enjoy a throwback playground craft--woven potholders!

Drop-ins should allow at least 1 hour before end to complete their project.

Suggested ages 7-13, but all welcome.

Free but a donation or a purchase in our shop will help support our ongoing programs. Support provided by the Elise A. Brown Fund.

Watch our Facebook page for announcements for future sessions.

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Adventures in Time Drop-In Workshop: Woven Potholders
Aug
7
10:00 AM10:00

Adventures in Time Drop-In Workshop: Woven Potholders

Our next pop-up & drop-in Adventures in Time program will be Wednesday, August 7th, 10 am-Noon and 1-3 pm.

Stop by to enjoy a throwback playground craft--woven potholders!

Drop-ins should allow at least 1 hour before end to complete their project.

Suggested ages 7-13, but all welcome.

Free but a donation or a purchase in our shop will help support our ongoing programs. Support provided by the Elise A. Brown Fund.

Watch our Facebook page for announcements for future sessions.

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17th Century Saturdays
Aug
3
11:00 AM11:00

17th Century Saturdays

A new season of 17th Century Saturdays begins June 1st!

Visit us at the Parson Barnard house and barn between 11 am and 3 pm. Admission is free but please consider a donation or purchase in our pop-up store to help us seek, save and share your local history.

Meet author Richard Hite, who will be signing (and selling) his latest book, In the Shadow of Salem--A look at the Andover phase of the 1692 witch trials.

This 17th Century Saturday is sponsored in part by MTM Insurance of Greater Haverhill, Inc.

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Adventures in Time Drop-In Workshop: Beaded Bracelet
Jul
17
9:30 AM09:30

Adventures in Time Drop-In Workshop: Beaded Bracelet

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Our next pop-up & drop-in Adventures in Time program will be Wednesday, July 17th between 9:30 and Noon. Afternoon Session: 1-3 PM.

Stop by and make a Native inspired woven beaded bracelet and learn about the importance of beads within their culture.

Drop-ins should allow at least 1 hour before end to complete their project.

Suggested ages 7-13.


FREE, but a donation or a purchase in our shop will help support our ongoing programs.

Support provided by the Elise A. Brown Fund.

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17th Century Saturdays
Jul
6
11:00 AM11:00

17th Century Saturdays

A new season of 17th Century Saturdays begins June 1st!

Visit us at the Parson Barnard house and barn between 11 am and 3 pm. Admission is free but please consider a donation or purchase in our pop-up store to help us seek, save and share your local history.

Meet author Richard Hite, who will be signing (and selling) his latest book, In the Shadow of Salem--A look at the Andover phase of the 1692 witch trials.

This 17th Century Saturday is sponsored in part by MTM Insurance of Greater Haverhill, Inc.

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Pop-Up Adventures in Time: Patchwork & Piecing Workshop
Jun
26
1:00 PM13:00

Pop-Up Adventures in Time: Patchwork & Piecing Workshop

Quilts-have you ever really thought about how they are made, or more specifically, how they used to be made? Come discover how Mrs. Johnson created pieced her quilt tops back in the 19th century! We will use our own paper patterns to mark our pieces, then sew and construct a sample patchwork design.

Come join us and learn about the joy of traditional patchwork!

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Pop-Up Adventures in Time: Patchwork & Piecing Workshop
Jun
26
9:30 AM09:30

Pop-Up Adventures in Time: Patchwork & Piecing Workshop

Quilts-have you ever really thought about how they are made, or more specifically, how they used to be made? Come discover how Mrs. Johnson created pieced her quilt tops back in the 19th century! We will use our own paper patterns to mark our pieces, then sew and construct a sample patchwork design.

Come join us and learn about the joy of traditional patchwork!

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Honoring Kathy Stevens & Crowell Freeman
Jun
9
11:00 AM11:00

Honoring Kathy Stevens & Crowell Freeman

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LEADERS, PRESERVATIONISTS, PHILANTHROPISTS

Join us in honoring Kathy Stevens & Crowell Freeman, 2019 Lifetime Historic Preservation Award Recipients on June 9, 2019 at Rolling Ridge in North Andover from 11-2:00.

The Lifetime Preservation Award honors a North Andover resident who has shown an exemplary commitment to the preservation of our town's historic heritage and/or open spaces.

TICKETS ARE SOLD OUT! Thank you for your support! Contact us for Sponsorships.

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Jun
1
11:00 AM11:00

17th Century Saturdays

Join us on the first Saturday of June through October to celebrate the Parson Barnard House! 

Once again, we will be participating in Seventeenth Century Saturday by opening up this venerable property to the public, free of charge...but please consider a donation or purchase in our traveling bookshop to help support our programs.

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April Vacation Week Pop-up program : Teddy Bear Workshop
Apr
17
1:00 PM13:00

April Vacation Week Pop-up program : Teddy Bear Workshop

Stuffed bears became popular during the childhood of our own Miss Sallie Fields--come learn a little history behind this iconic toy and test out your sewing (and gluing skills).

  • The program runs between 1-3 pm on Wednesday, April 17th.

  • Materials fee: $4 a child, payable at the door.

  • Limit 10 Children

  • To reserve a spot, please email director.nahistory@gmail.com.

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Drop In Heritage Craft Program
Feb
20
1:00 PM13:00

Drop In Heritage Craft Program

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Adventures in Time continues during February vacation with a drop-in heritage craft program on Wednesday, February 20th. 

You can stop by anytime between 10-12 or 1-3 and experience childhood from the past, when most playthings were made by the children themselves out of scraps around the home.  We will be making simply dressed dolls from yarn or clothes pins.

No registration necessary, but we will have to limit the group to 12 at any one time.

Estimated length:  30-40 minutes per project
Fee:  $3 for the first doll, $4 for two and $5 for all three 

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Drop In Heritage Craft Program
Feb
20
10:00 AM10:00

Drop In Heritage Craft Program

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Adventures in Time continues during February vacation with a drop-in heritage craft program on Wednesday, February 20th. 

You can stop by anytime between 10-12 or 1-3 and experience childhood from the past, when most playthings were made by the children themselves out of scraps around the home.  We will be making simply dressed dolls from yarn or clothes pins.

No registration necessary, but we will have to limit the group to 12 at any one time.

Estimated length:  30-40 minutes per project
Fee:  $3 for the first doll, $4 for two and $5 for all three 

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HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE
Dec
2
1:00 PM13:00

HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE

Join us for an afternoon of holiday cheer! Johnson Cottage will be seasonally decorated and our newest exhibit: "Sallie"--A North Andover Life. will make its debut as part of the celebration.

Our distinctive and unique shop will inspire you for those hard-to-buy-for history buffs on your list. Make us part of your holiday tradition this year!

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Looking for Andover Witches Graveyard Tour
Oct
13
10:00 AM10:00

Looking for Andover Witches Graveyard Tour

SOLD OUT!! You may sign up for waiting list

Richard Hite will lead a tour of the Old Burial Ground, based on his findings in In the Shadow of Salem. According to Mr. Hite, the Old Burial Ground in North Andover is the only cemetery in the country with marked graves of accused witches, an afflicted person, a formal accuser AND defenders.

The tour will focus on the graves of accused witches (the two William Barkers), an afflicted person (Timothy Swan), a complainant (Moses Tyler) and defenders of the suspects (Christopher Osgood, Andrew and Samuel Peters, Thomas Barnard). He will also discuss the graves of Timothy and Katherine (Sprague) Johnson and the fact that while Timothy's mother and sister were accused, Katherine's sister was a leading accuser.

Strictly limited to 15 and pre-registration is required.

SOLD OUT!

  • The companion Graveyard Tour is FREE. Attendees of the October 12th lecture will be given PRIORITY for reservations.

ORGANIZED BY THE NORTH ANDOVER HISTORICAL SOCIETY


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The Crucible in Andover? Samuel Wardwell & Martha Sprague
Oct
12
7:00 PM19:00

The Crucible in Andover? Samuel Wardwell & Martha Sprague

The characters of John Proctor and Abigail Williams in Arthur Miller's play, The Crucible were nothing like their real-life namesakes. In 1692, John Proctor was sixty-five and Abigail Williams was only eleven or twelve and their is certainly no evidence that the two of them had an affair.

In Andover, however, two major players in the drama of 1692 were much closer to the ages of Arthur Miller's fictional characters - Samuel Wardwell (age 49) and Martha Sprague (age about 16). While there is no direct evidence of a romantic relationship between the two of them, there are other aspects of their lives that make them seem much more similar to the fictional protagonists in Miller's play than those whose name was used.

Richard Hite, author of the recently published book In the Shadow of Salem: The Andover Witch Hunt of 1692 will discuss these parallels in a presentation at the North Andover Historical Society.

Seating is limited and advanced reservations are required.

  • NAHS Members: FREE

  • Non-members: $5 (Pay Cash at door, with a confirmed reservation)


The companion GRAVEYARD TOUR scheduled for Saturday, October 13th is SOLD OUT.

ORGANIZED BY THE NORTH ANDOVER HISTORICAL SOCIETY


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Oct
6
11:00 AM11:00

17th Century Saturdays

Join us at our final open house of the year! 

Once again, we will be participating in Seventeenth-Century Saturday by opening up this venerable property to the public, free of charge...but please consider a donation or purchase in our traveling bookshop to help support our programs.


NEW TODAY:
Stop by the barn between 11 and 1 to meet Richard Hite, author of IN THE SHADOW OF SALEM — he will have copies of his book for sale and signing. The barn will still feature games and limited textile activities.

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The Creation of the Common & the Old Center (Exhibit & Walking Tour)
Sep
28
4:00 PM16:00

The Creation of the Common & the Old Center (Exhibit & Walking Tour)

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RESERVATIONS NOT REQUIRED

If you thought that the North Andover Common dates back to colonial times, you are not alone! Join us for the true story behind this iconic feature of the town's landscape, starting with our current exhibit and followed by a walking tour to explore the changes in the Old Center from 1825 until today. You will have a better appreciation for the work of the North Andover Improvement Society and other area personalities who took a dusty, forgotten crossroads village and made it a pleasant and quaint colonial revival Center.

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SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS: 

If using a mapping app for directions, please use 800 Massachusetts Avenue and not 153 Academy Road. Due to 2007 changes in the Old Center, our location is somehow still showing on the far end of our property and not at the intersection of Academy Road and Massachusetts Avenue. Pets are welcome on the walking portion of this program.


SCHEDULING NOTE:  

Group will assemble at 4 PM at the North Andover Historical Society Headquarters to sign in and view the exhibit. Walking tour will leave at 4:20 pm


CAPACITY: 30 

FREE EVENT

FACILITY FEATURES: 

  • Walking/Hiking
  • Parking
  • Pet Friendly
  • Restroom 

EVENT TELEPHONE: 978-686-4035

QUESTIONS: director.nahistory@gmail.com

LOCATION:

North Andover Historical Society, 153 Academy Road, North Andover, MA, 01845

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DRIVING DIRECTIONS:  

Use 495 and exit 45, Massachusetts Avenue. At end of ramp turn towards North Andover (left from I495 S-bound; right from I495 N-bound). Proceed straight on Massachusetts Avenue through three traffic lights. After 3rd light (Osgood Street) you will see the Common on your right. When you see 800 Massachusetts Avenue on your left, pull in and park either in the front or back parking lot. Do not park near the garage. Take the path through the side yard to the front door of North Andover Historical Society.


1884 Map of the Old Centre Village, Town of North Andover, MA

1884 Map of the Old Centre Village, Town of North Andover, MA

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Aug
22
9:30 AM09:30

Victorian Customs: Adventures in Time

Part of our "Adventures in Time" series, Come spend the day and learn about Victorian America. We will explore secret languages of the time and create our own Fairy Garden.

  • Ages 7-13
  • Time: 9:30 - 2:30 PM
  • Supervised, allergy conscious lunch period
  • Children should bring their own lunch and water bottle
  • $35 for the day
  • $30 for Historical Society Members.
  • Sibling discount of 10%. 
  • Pre-registration required.
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Aug
9
9:30 AM09:30

Our Colonial Home: Adventures in Time

A SUMMER PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN:

4 Day Program: August 6-9

Adventures in Time focuses on a different theme and time period in history during its one-week session during August. The 2018 Theme is "Our Colonial Home".

Up to twelve participants spend four days between 9:30 to 2:30, to experience first hand, different aspects of life during the development of the American nation through a variety of traditional crafts and trades. 

 
 
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Aug
8
9:30 AM09:30

Our Colonial Home: Adventures in Time

A SUMMER PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN:

4 Day Program: August 6-9

Adventures in Time focuses on a different theme and time period in history during its one-week session during August. The 2018 Theme is "Our Colonial Home".

Up to twelve participants spend four days between 9:30 to 2:30, to experience first hand, different aspects of life during the development of the American nation through a variety of traditional crafts and trades. 

 
 
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