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Zumis coffee shop is one of the popular spots to stop at on Market Street.

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Shop
From jewelry, gifts and coffee, Ipswich has it all
By Will Broaddus

But she also sells jewelry made in


the United States, including statement
pieces such as handmade DeVeer earrings from Montana.
Ive got a line called Snooty, with
Swarovsky crystals, made in Massachusetts, and Shoshannah and Araxa from
California, resin earrings infused with
glass and foil. Its likea kaleidoscope.
Meninno and Paris are happy to be
occupying the building and to be part of
the shopping scene in Ipswich.
Its a great town; its a good shopping
destination, Meninno said. I dont
think people realize what we have here.
Theres Zenobia gifts; she moved
out of the downtown but shes still in
Ipswich. Rainbow Jewelers he sells
antique coins and jewelry, andhe knows
everybody by first name.
Salt, across the street, a fairly new
gastro pub, and Christophers Table.
Theres great coffee with Zumis. Theres
a lot for everybody, including Italian restaurants and a new Mexican restaurant.

Staff writer

Gifts 4 Soul and Foreign Affairs both


now occupy 4 Market St. in Ipswich, but
they have maintained their separate
identities.
I sell jewelry from local artists, said
Lisa Meninno of Gifts 4 Soul. I sell clothing thats organic and also thats made
in the U.S.A.
Her jewelry includes a beach collection, a coral collection and jewelry that
incorporates beach glass and flowers.
I sell body products, Meninno said.
The Laughing Tree organic shampoos
and body washes she is from Georgetown and BC Essentials, from Rowley,
made with essential oils.
Foreign Affairs, as its name implies,
features items from around the world,
includinggourd boxes from Peru and
nesting dolls from Russia.
I carry a lot of fair-trade clothing,
said Jodi Paris, who runs Foreign Affairs.

On the cover: Top, Crane Beach; bottom, downtown Ipswich.


Photos by Stoney Stone Photo.

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Ipswich Ales new brewing facility, between Washington and Central streets in downtown
Ipswich.

Food and Drink

Rum, brewery carry Ipswich name far and near


By Will Broaddus

INSIDERS TIP: Mat


Perry of Turkey
Shore Distilleries
says Ipswichs
two rum distillers
and brewery are a
boon to town.

Staff writer

Turkey Shore Distilleries and Privateer Rum produce spirits that recall
the old days the really old days in
Ipswich.
A lot of the reason for our success is
not only the quality and craft that goes
into what we are doing, but also the story
behind it, of the heyday of New England
rums, said Ipswich native Mat Perry of
Turkey Shore Distilleries. Theres a flavor profile that has been lost.
New England rums started in the early
18th century, when local captains were
trading for molasses in the Caribbean.
The rums they distilled taste drier and
a little bit smokier than other varieties,
thanks to a slower aging process.
Its akin to sort of a hybrid, rum-whiskey profile, Perry said.
Turkey Shore is reviving old cocktail
recipes for its liquor and creating some
new ones, in addition to suggesting that
people try it neat.
Here at Ipswich were trying to build
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back the reputation of rum as something


that can be complex and sippable, Perry
said.
You might think two rum distilleries in
a town the size of Ipswich would be one
too many, but Perry doesnt feel that way.
Privateer and us do similar things in
different ways, which allows us to have
our own identities,he said.
Add some craft beers from Ipswich
Ale Brewery, and you have a movement
going on.
People ask me, whats going on in
Ipswich? It has12,000 inhabitants, with
two distillers and a brewery, Perry said.
Its becoming its own brand.
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jewelry
accessories

organic
clothing
Its All Good

978.312.1698
4 Market Street Ipswich, MA

Foreign Affairs
4 Market Street
Ipswich, MA 01938
(978) 356-7080
established in 1984

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Boating and
kayaking are
popular in
Ipswich, in
both the bay
and on Ipswich
River.
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Recreation
Hit the green, the trails or the beach all right here
By Will Broaddus

INSIDERS TIP: Rob


Bouley of White Farms
says there are lots
of hiking and boating
opportunities in town.

Staff writer

For 61 years, a cow has greeted customers from the roof of White Farms,
where many flavors of homemade ice
cream are sold.
Now that the business has opened an
18-hole miniature golf course, you will
find even more cows at White Farms,
wandering around the fairways and
greens.
The 19th hole is a lifelike-looking
cow, said Rob Bouley, owner of White
Farms. If you get it in his mouth, he
moos, and you get a free ice cream.
Bouley has hired an artist to create
cows in unique attitudes, which will be
added to the course as time goes on.
Our whole motif is cows, he said.
Were going to put a cow over a moon
there, life-size, and a cow on stilts.
The course also has a unique design,
which is fun for children, but has plenty
of watery obstacles.
The course itself has two rivers, four
ponds, and the ball slopes so it can go
in the river, Bouley said. Its a lot of
fun but also challenging at the same
time.We made it so people want to come
back and get a better score.
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Bouley started the course to give


children and families in Ipswich and
young couples on dates a new source
of entertainment and recreation.
Ipswich is a boating community, he
said, which includes the canoe trips
people can take with rentals from Foote
Brothers on Ipswich River. But there is
also access to hiking near White Farms.
We have a full trail, Dow Brook,
owned by the town of Ipswich, he said.
They built a boardwalk; you can go
for miles of hiking, biking. We split an
entrance with them.
Bouley also recommends a visit to the
Trustees of Reservations properties at
Greenwood Farm and the Crane Estate,
with its beach, trails and new nature
programs.
Also Appleton Farms, which has trails
and meadows for bird-watching, walking
and cross-country skiing, in addition to
a dairy herd.
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Ipswich Crossing

your community shopping center


is home to:

Shaws Market
n Pomodori
n Ipswich Beverage
n Conleys Drug
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Ocean Cleaners

Pax Massage

A & K Nails
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History
Explore towns many First Period homes
By Will Broaddus

seatin the recessed fireplace area).


In recent years, an Open Doors of
Ipswich tour has raised money for the
Visitors Center by offering tours of
houses from the First Period to the present day.
They visited the Treadwell Hale
House, which stands on North Main
Street and dates from 1740, and the Capt.
Israel Pulcifer House on Meetinghouse
Green, which was built 200 years ago.
Another way to put Ipswich history
in perspective is with a visit to Ipswich
Museum, which includes the 1800 Heard
House and the 1677 Whipple House.
Both properties feature original architectural details and furnishings, as well
as artifacts the Heard family got from
trading in China.
There are also major paintings by

Staff writer

History is at home in Ipswich, where


visitors will find more First Period
houses than in any other American
town.
They can pick up a self-guided audio
tour at the Ipswich Visitors Center,
which describes a few of the more than
50 of these structures, all of which were
built between 1626 and 1725.
The Daniel Lummus House on High
Street, for example, was built in 1686 in
the neighborhood where Anne Bradstreet, Americas first poet, lived and
wrote.
The house was recently restored and
features feather-edge panels, beehive
ovens and a built-in inglenook seat (a
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The 1677
Whipple
House, left,
was built as
a sumptuous
townhouse,
near the
center of town,
by Capt. John
Whipple. The
1800 Heard
House was
built by John
Heard toward
the end of his
successful
career as a
merchant,
distillery
owner and
politician.
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The Capt. Israel Pulcifer House on Meetinghouse Green, which was built 200 years ago,
has been featured on recent house tours in town.

The Daniel
Lummus
House on
High Street
was built in
1686 in the
neighborhood
where
poet Anne
Bradstreet
lived and
wrote.

Ipswich artist Arthur Wesley Dow at


the museum, where visitors can pick up
a brochure listing places in town where
he painted.Visitors can also visit the
recently completed Alexander Knight
House, a re-creation of a First Period
timber-frame house that was built on
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the grounds of the museum by Ipswich


architect Mat Cummings.
The home features a thatched roof,
a wooden chimney lined with clay and
boards made with old-growth pine; it
was built using only authentic period
tools and methods.
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Russell Orchards
Farm and Winery

Our own peaches, apricots,


and plums in season.
Try one of our exciting
and award-winning
fruit wines and hard ciders.
Pick-Your-Own fruits this summer:
Raspberries, Blueberries, and Blackberries.
BE local.
Open Daily 9-6
143 Argilla Rd., Ipswich, MA 01938
978.356.5366 www.russellorchards.com

SALT Kitchen and Rum Bar is a new gastro pub that serves
locally sourced elevated comfort food in a rustic and inviting
atmosphere. We boast a 14 seat bar which emphasizes rum
and its local history, an approachable wine list, hand crafted
cocktails and a wide selection of micro brews. Come see what
has made us BONS readers choice Best New Restaurant 2013.

Salt Kitchen and Rum Bar.


One Market Street, Ipswich,
978-356-0002, saltkitchenandrumbar. com
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Orange Crush will bring the sounds of the 80s to Castle Hill on July 10 as part of the
2014 Summer Picnic Concert series.

Destination Ipswich Events Calendar


on Saturdays, by request, through October.
Tour starts across the river from the Ipswich
Visitors Center at the Ipswich Riverwalk Mural
behind the EBSCO buildings and Zumis. The 1.4mile walk begins with a brief description of the
Riverwalk Mural, then heads to the first stop
at the South Green. Tours last about an hour
and a half. $10 person, free/children under 12
and accompanied by an adult. For details, visit
ipswich.wordpress.com/historic-tours.
IPSWICH MUSEUM: Seasonal guided tours
of historic houses, including the authentic

Ongoing

FARMERS MARKET: Fridays, rain or shine,


from 4 to 7 p.m. on the Center Green by the
Hall Haskell House and Visitor Center, 36 S.
Main St. Live music and gallery openings from
5 to 7 p.m. The weekly market includes fresh,
local produce, cheese, baked goods, crafts,
music, entertainment, art shows and more.
Market remains open through Oct. 17. www.
ipswichfarmersmarket.com.
GUIDED WALKING TOURS: Gordon Harris
of the Ipswich Historical Commission leads
tours of historic neighborhoods in Ipswich
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Events Calendar

workings of Appleton Farms dairy operation,


including a visit with the calves. Meet the cows
in the dairy barn during milking and learn about
how the farm raises its Jersey herd of cows. For
families and adults. $4 TTOR members, $5 nonmembers. Farmstead Tour, Sundays, 11 a.m. to
12:30 p.m., a half-mile leisurely walk through the
heart of the farmstead reveals the history of
the Appleton family. Through tales of fires and
chance meetings, Appleton Farms is brought
to life and its almost 400-year history is laid
out for all to hear. Also included is an in-depth
tour of the Old House. Free/members, $5 nonmembers. Mini Moos, Saturdays, 10 to 11 a.m.,
start the day by helping to let the chickens out
to play. Help collect eggs, learn how to milk a
cow and more. Tour of the farmstead is geared
toward the toddler crowd and will introduce
attendees to the animals of Appleton Farms
and how they are raised. $10 TTOR member
family, $15 nonmember family. Pasture to
Plate: Cheese Making Tours, Sundays, 2:30 to
3:30 p.m., an in-depth look at the dairy operation takes attendees from the pastures to the
cheese kitchen viewing area, and everywhere in
between, to learn how the farm makes its fresh
cheese. Finish up with a sampling of some of
the products. $8 members, $10 nonmembers. All
tours take place at Appleton Farms, 219 County
Road, Ipswich. www.thetrustees.org/appleton.

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reproduction of the 1657 Alexander Knight


House. Tours last approximately one hour and
continue through Oct. 12. The museum is open
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Thursdays through
Saturdays, and 1 to 4 p.m. on Sundays. There is
a charge for admission. Details are available
at 978-356-2811 or www.ipswichmuseum.org.
CASTLE HILL TOURS: The Great House:
Revealed tours, Tuesdays through Thursdays,
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. (last tour at 3 p.m.), and Fridays and Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (last tour
at 1 p.m.). Trustees of Reservations members:
$7 adults, free for children age 12 and under;
nonmembers: $12 adult, free/children. Castle
Hill Landscape Tours offered Thursdays and
Saturdays, 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Members: $10
adult, free/children 12 and under; nonmembers:
$15 adult, free/children. Combined Great House
and Estate Tour admission: $12 members, $22
nonmembers. Childrens Treasure Hunt at
the Great House on Fridays, 11 to 11:45 a.m. A
45-minute guided treasure hunt throughout
the Crane family mansion. For families with
children ages 4 to 8. Members: $8 adult and
child; nonmembers: $10 adult and child; $5 for
each additional child. Preregistration required.
Hot & Cold Tours: Behind-the-Scenes of the
Great House every other Wednesday, 5 to 6:30
p.m. Walk from cellar to rooftop and see the
spaces that supported the smooth running of
the Crane household utilizing early 20th-century technologies. Delve into closets, examine
the boilers, explore the servants quarters, and
climb a spiral staircase to the roof for one of
the most spectacular panoramic views in the
Northeast. $15 members, $20 nonmembers.
Preregistration required. All tours take place
at Castle Hill on the Crane Estate, 290 Argilla
Road, Ipswich. www.thetrustees.org/castlehill,
978-356-4351, ext. 4049.
APPLETON FARMS TOURS: Meet the
Cows, Saturdays, 2:30 to 3:30 p.m., explore the
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Friday, June 27

Friday Farm Dinners with Appleton


Cooks!, 5 p.m., Appleton Farms, 219 County
Road. Families and friends are invited for a
relaxing evening watching the sunset over the
Great Pasture and munching on fresh-fromthe-farm food. Dinner features a seasonal
menu grown or raised at Appleton and other
local farms, and prepared by Appleton Cooks!
chef. Enjoy a cold beverage from Mercury
Brewing Company while playing old-fashioned
lawn games and listening to live music. Ticket
price includes the full dinner buffet, non-alcoholic beverages (beer and wine available for
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Breakfast and Lunch - 7 days


This hometown Deli is conveniently located in downtown Ipswich at
Five Corners. Serving a large variety of delicious deli and club sandwiches,
homemade soups, chili and chowder, smoothies and baked goodies, this cafe attracts
regulars and tourists alike. Add your personal flair and make your own salad
at the healthy salad bar or pack a lunch to go for the beach!

Breakfast

Vegetarian

Omelets, Eggs Benedict, Macdeli,


French Toast, Pancakes, Strata
Muffins, Bagels, Fresh seasonal fruit cups

Cucumber Wrap
Cucumber Cooler
Hummus Cooler
California Cooler
Mushroom Remedy
Garden Burger
Veggie Wrap

Specials of the House


Smoked Turkey + Boursin
Beef + Boursin
Crucible Club
Turkey Club
Quint Club
Country Club
Beef Prescription
Pastrami Overdose
Reuben
Italian Cold Cut
Grilled Chicken Breast Wrap
Pesto Chicken Salad Wrap
Chicken Ranch Wrap
Roasted Turkey Wrap

Soups and Chili

6 daily selections including


Summer Gazpacho + Clam Chowdah
Chicken Soup + Vegetarian Chili

Salad Bar

Make your own!


Choose from a big selection of toppings.
Small - 6 toppings
Large - 8 toppings

Classic Deli Sandwiches

Smoothies

Roast Beef
Ham, Brisket, Salami, Pastrami
Roast Turkey, Smoked Turkey
Tuna Salad, Chicken Breast Salad,
Egg Salad, BLT, Avocado + Brie BLT
Hot Dog (all beef)

Lots of choices,
all made with fresh fruit and
Richardsons frozen yogurt or sorbet.
Try a Tropical Breeze, Java Monkey
or an Afternoon Jolt!

homemade soups . smoothies . espresso . catering

sandwiches . baked goods . salad bar . cappuccino

Phone ahead for quick pick-up: 978-356-2100

www.fivecornerscafeanddeli.com
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Tours for 17th-Century Saturdays, 11 a.m. to


3 p.m., Greenwood Farm, Jeffreys Neck Road.
Tour the 1694 Paine House at Greenwood Farm,
the site of 250 years of family farming. Explore
trails through the pastureland and salt marsh;
open daily, sunrise to sunset. Free/TTOR members, $8 nonmembers, free for children 12 and
under 978-356-4351, ext. 4049.
Whipple, Knight and Heard House Tours
for 17th-Century Saturdays, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
Ipswich Museum, 54 S. Main St. Tours of the
1677 Whipple House, 1657 Alexander Knight
House and the 1800 Heard House. Spinner
Leslie Wind will demonstrate on the Whipple
House lawn. Fee charged for admission. www.
ipswichmuseum.org.

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purchase), dessert, games, music and more.


Dinners held rain or shine. $42 adults, $15 children, ages 3 to 12. Details and reservations at
www.thetrustees.org/appletoncooks.
Sunday, June 29

Kayak to Choate Tour, 2 to 5 p.m., Crane


Wildlife Refuge on the Crane Estate, Argilla
Road. Paddle across Essex Bay from the Trustees of Reservations boat dock to Choate Island,
then beach the boats and take a tour of the
island, stopping in at the Proctor Barn, the
White Cottage and the Choate House, then
continuing to the highest point on the island
where Cornelius and Min Crane are buried.
After the hike, kayak around the island to get
views from the water (tides permitting). Life
jackets and kayaks provided; attendees may
bring their own Coast Guard-approved life
jacket, but personal kayaks are not allowed.
Attendees must be competent swimmers and
have some previous kayaking experience. $25
TTOR members, $35 nonmembers. Limited to
ages 15 and older. Preregistration required at
www.thetrustees.org/craneoutdooradventures.

Sunday, July 6

Kayak to Choate Tour, 2 to 5 p.m., Crane


Wildlife Refuge on the Crane Estate, Argilla
Road. Paddle across Essex Bay from the Trustees of Reservations boat dock to Choate Island,
then beach the boats and take a tour of the
island, stopping in at the Proctor Barn, the
White Cottage and the Choate House, then
continuing to the highest point on the island
where Cornelius and Min Crane are buried.
After the hike, kayak around the island to get
views from the water (tides permitting). Life
jackets and kayaks provided; attendees may
bring their own Coast Guard-approved life
jacket, but personal kayaks are not allowed.
Attendees must be competent swimmers and
have some previous kayaking experience. $25
TTOR members, $35 nonmembers. Limited to
ages 15 and older. Preregistration required at
www.thetrustees.org/craneoutdooradventures.

Tuesday, July 1

Downtown Tuesdays: Riverwalk Dancing,


8 to 10 p.m., Ipswich Riverwalk, between Market and South Main streets. Music and dancing
under the stars with dance instruction by Greg
Coles. Free. www.ipswichchamber.org, www.ipswichvisitorcenter.org.
Friday, July 4

Monday, July 7

Independence Day Parade, parade begins


at 10 a.m. at Winthrop School, 325 Bay Road, S.
Hamilton, then proceeds to High Street along
the Ipswich River on Water Street, then ends at
Ipswich Town Hall on Green Street for closing
ceremonies and field activities.

Brown Bag Lunch, noon to 1 p.m., Ipswich


Museum, 54 S. Main St. Ipswich Museums
Brown Bag Lunch topic: David Kent, Tesla, the
Wizard of Electricity. www.ipswichmuseum.org.
Tuesday, July 8

Downtown Tuesdays: River Music, 8 to 10

Saturday, July 5

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Life on a Saltwater Farm: Paine House


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The Ipswich Farmers Market runs Fridays from 4 to 7 p.m. on the Center Green by the
Hall Haskell House and Visitor Center, 26 S. Main St.
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soft sand, for approximately 2 miles. Dress for


the weather to maximize comfort, and bring
water. Attendees may also bring flashlights or
head lamps, but leaders may ask for moments
of total darkness to fully enjoy the moon and
the shadows it makes on the dunes. $15 TTOR
members, $20 nonmembers. Hike suitable for
ages 13 and older. Preregistration required at
www.thetrustees.org/craneoutdooradventures.
Annual Ipswich Greek Festival and Clambake, 1 to 11 p.m., Hellenic Center, 117 County
Road. Members of the Assumption of the Virgin
Mary Greek Orthodox Church of Ipswich host
its annual festival of authentic Greek food,
homemade pastries, Ipswich steamed clams
and lobster bake, marketplace, Greek Taverna,
live music and entertainment, dancing, activities for children, and fun for the entire family.
$5 admission, free for children 18 and under;
valid July 12 and 13. Ticket includes free raffle
entry on both days. Free parking. All are welcome. www.greekfestivalipswich.org.

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p.m., Ipswich Riverwalk, between Market and


South Main streets. Live music under the stars.
Free. www.ipswichchamber.org, www.ipswichvisitorcenter.org.
Thursday, July 10

Castle Hill Summer Picnic Concert Series:


Orange Crush, 7 to 9 p.m., Castle Hill, 290
Argilla Road. Castle Hills 2014 Summer Picnic
Concert series kicks off with Orange Crush
performing 80s cover tunes. Gates open at
5 p.m. for picnicking and close once capacity
is reached. Admission is at the gate only; $30
per car, $20 per car for TTOR members, $10 for
those arriving by foot, bicycle and motorcycle.
www.thetrustees.org or 978-356-4351.
Friday, July 11

Friday Farm Dinners with Appleton


Cooks!, 5 p.m., Appleton Farms, 219 County
Road. Families and friends are invited for a
relaxing evening watching the sunset over the
Great Pasture and munching on fresh-fromthe-farm food. Dinner features a seasonal
menu grown or raised at Appleton and other
local farms, and prepared by Appleton Cooks!
chef. Enjoy a cold beverage from Mercury
Brewing Company while playing old-fashioned
lawn games and listening to live music. Ticket
price includes the full dinner buffet, non-alcoholic beverages (beer and wine available for
purchase), dessert, games, music and more.
Dinners held rain or shine. $42 adults, $15 children, ages 3 to 12. Details and reservations at
www.thetrustees.org/appletoncooks.

Sunday, July 13

Annual Ipswich Greek Festival and Clambake, 1 p.m. to dusk, Hellenic Center, 117 County
Road. Members of the Assumption of the Virgin
Mary Greek Orthodox Church of Ipswich host
its annual festival of authentic Greek food,
homemade pastries, Ipswich steamed clams
and lobster bake, marketplace, Greek Taverna,
live music and entertainment, dancing, activities for children, and fun for the entire family.
$5 admission, free for children 18 and under;
valid July 12 and 13. Ticket includes free raffle
entry on both days. Free parking. All are welcome. www.greekfestivalipswich.org.
Tuesday, July 15

Lets Get Grilling, 6 to 9 p.m., Appleton


Farms, 219 County Road. Join Chef Donna
Keegan at the grille for an evening of culinary instruction, flavor and hands-on cooking. Dishes include basil garlic chicken with
grilled balsamic peaches, grilled Appleton veggie and rice salad, and a grilled steak sandwich. $75 TTOR members, $85 nonmembers.

Saturday, July 12

Full Moon and Folklore Hike, 8:30 to 10:30


p.m., Crane Wildlife Refuge, Argilla Road. Local
Native American named Julys full moon the
Buck Moon in observance of male deer who, in
July, begin to regrow antlers shed the previous autumn. Hike up and down dunes, through
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Preregistration required. www.thetrustees.org/


appletoncooks, 978-356-5728.
Downtown Tuesdays: Riverwalk Dancing,
8 to 10 p.m., Ipswich Riverwalk, between Market and South Main streets. Music and dancing
under the stars with dance instruction by Greg
Coles. Free. www.ipswichchamber.org, www.ipswichvisitorcenter.org.

Thursday, July 24

Castle Hill Summer Picnic Concert Series:


The Fools, 7 to 9 p.m., Castle Hill, 290 Argilla
Road. Castle Hills 2014 Summer Picnic Concert
series continues with The Fools performing
rock. Gates open 5 p.m. for picnicking, and
close once capacity is reached. Admission is
at the gate only; $30 per car, $20 per car for
TTOR members, $10 for those arriving by foot,
bicycle and motorcycle. www.thetrustees.org
or 978-356-4351.

Thursday, July 17

Castle Hill Summer Picnic Concert Series:


Digney Fignus, 7 to 9 p.m., Castle Hill, 290
Argilla Road. Castle Hills 2014 Summer Picnic
Concert series continues with Digney Fignus
performing Americana. Gates open at 5 p.m.
for picnicking, and close once capacity is
reached. Admission is at the gate only; $30
per car, $20 per car for TTOR members, $10 for
those arriving by foot, bicycle and motorcycle.
www.thetrustees.org or 978-356-4351.

Friday, July 25

Friday Farm Dinners with Appleton


Cooks!, 5 p.m., Appleton Farms, 219 County
Road. Families and friends are invited for a
relaxing evening watching the sunset over
the Great Pasture and munching on freshfrom-the-farm food. Dinner features a seasonal menu grown or raised at Appleton and
other local farms, and prepared by Appleton
Cooks! chef. Enjoy a cold beverage from
Mercury Brewing Company while playing oldfashioned lawn games and listening to live
music. Ticket price includes the full dinner
buffet, non-alcoholic beverages (beer and
wine available for purchase), dessert, games,
music and more. Dinners held rain or shine.
$42 adults, $15 children, ages 3 to 12. Details
and reservations at www.thetrustees.org/
appletoncooks.

Sunday, July 20

Kayak to Choate Tour, 2 to 5 p.m., Crane


Wildlife Refuge on the Crane Estate, Argilla
Road. Paddle across Essex Bay from the
Trustees of Reservations boat dock to Choate
Island, then beach the boats and take a tour
of the island, stopping in at the Proctor Barn,
the White Cottage and the Choate House, then
continuing to the highest point on the island
where Cornelius and Min Crane are buried.
After the hike, kayak around the island to get
views from the water (tides permitting). Life
jackets and kayaks provided; attendees may
bring their own Coast Guard-approved life
jacket, but personal kayaks are not allowed.
Attendees must be competent swimmers and
have some previous kayaking experience. $25
TTOR members, $35 nonmembers. Limited to
ages 15 and older. Preregistration required at
www.thetrustees.org/craneoutdooradventures.

Saturday, July 26

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a.m. to 5 p.m., South Village Green, County
Road. The 44th annual Olde Ipswich Days Art
& Craft Show features more than 60 artisans
and fine craftsmen and women presenting a
wide variety of quality arts and crafts, including paintings, watercolors, woodworking, glass,
pottery, jewelry, childrens toys, fabric crafts,
hand-knits, folk art, photography, pen and ink
prints, carved gourds, decorated furniture and
more. Rain or shine. Show continues Sunday,
July 27. Ipswich Public Librarys book sale will
also take place both days and will be held on
Calendar, Page 24

Tuesday, July 22

Downtown Tuesdays: River Music, 8 to 10


p.m., Ipswich Riverwalk, between Market and
South Main streets. Live music under the stars.
Free. www.ipswichchamber.org, www.ipswichvisitorcenter.org.
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Ipswich Museums property. www.facebook.


com/OldeIpswichDays.
Olde Ipswich Days Walking Tours, 10 a.m.,
noon and 2 p.m., starting in front of the Whipple House at the South Green. Gordon Harris
of the Ipswich Historical Commission leads
walking tours of historic Ipswich as part of
the 44th annual Olde Ipswich Days celebration. $10/person, free/children under 12 who
are accompanied by parents. The 1.4-mile walk
takes about an hour and a half. Tours also run
Sunday, July 27. Learn more at ipswich.wordpress.com/olde-ipswich-days-walking-tours.
Sunday, July 27

Olde Ipswich Days Art & Craft Show, 9


a.m. to 5 p.m., South Village Green, County
Road. The 44th annual Olde Ipswich Days Art &
Craft Show features more than 60 artisans and
fine craftsmen and women presenting a wide
variety of quality arts and crafts, including
paintings, watercolors, woodworking, glass,
pottery, jewelry, childrens toys, fabric crafts,
hand-knits, folk art, photography, pen and ink
prints, carved gourds, decorated furniture and
more. Rain or shine. Ipswich Public Librarys
book sale will also take place both days and
will be held on Ipswich Museums property.
www.facebook.com/OldeIpswichDays.
Olde Ipswich Days Walking Tours, 10
a.m., noon and 2 p.m., starting in front of
the Whipple House at the South Green. Gordon Harris of the Ipswich Historical Commission leads walking tours of historic Ipswich
as part of the 44th annual Olde Ipswich
Days celebration. $10/person, free/children
under 12 who are accompanied by parents.
The 1.4-mile walk takes about an hour and a
half. Learn more at ipswich.wordpress.com/
olde-ipswich-days-walking-tours.
Roaring Twenties Lawn Party, 3 to 8 p.m.,
Castle Hill on Crane Estate, 290 Argilla Road.
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Central will host a Roaring Twenties Lawn Party,
featuring 20s and 30s jazz music, swing dancing, and select vendors selling vintage clothing
and accessories. Attendees are encouraged to
wear 20s-style dress, and bring a picnic supper or
purchase one on-site. Advance tickets: $20 TTOR
members, students and seniors, $25 nonmembers; day-of tickets: $25 TTOR members, students
and seniors, $30 nonmembers. Advance tickets
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Meet the cows at


Appleton Farms and get
a tour of the farms dairy
operation on Saturdays
at 2:30 throughout the
summer.
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and picnic suppers available at www.roaringtwentieslawnparty.org. 978-356-4351, ext. 4015.


Picnic Concert, 5 to 7 p.m., Town Green, 36
S. Main St., at the Hall Haskell House Gallery
and Ipswich Visitor Center. Ipswich Summer
Community Band picnic concert. www.ipswichvisitorcenter.org/calendar-2/.

Culinary Arts instructor Jenn Knight to learn


small-plate recipes. Following the tapas tradition, graze as you go on to the farm-to-table
bites. $75 TTOR members, $85 nonmembers.
Preregistration required. www.thetrustees.org/
appletoncooks, 978-356-5728.
Downtown Tuesdays: Riverwalk Dancing, 8
to 10 p.m., Ipswich Riverwalk, between Market

Tuesday, July 29

Summer Tapas, 5:30 p.m., Appleton Farms,


219 County Road. Join Cambridge School of
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South Main streets. Live music under the stars.
Free. www.ipswichchamber.org, www.ipswichvisitorcenter.org.

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and South Main streets. Music and dancing


under the stars with dance instruction by Greg
Coles. Free. www.ipswichchamber.org, www.ipswichvisitorcenter.org.

Thursday, Aug. 7

Castle Hill Summer Picnic Concert Series:


Beantown Swing Orchestra, 7 to 9 p.m., Castle
Hill, 290 Argilla Road. Castle Hills 2014 Summer
Picnic Concert series continues with the Beantown Swing Orchestra performing big-band
swing music. Gates open 5 p.m. for picnicking,
and close once capacity is reached. Admission
is at the gate only; $30 per car, $20 per car for
TTOR members, $10 for those arriving by foot,
bicycle and motorcycle. www.thetrustees.org
or 978-356-4351.

Thursday, July 31

Castle Hill Summer Picnic Concert Series:


Grupo Fantasia, 7 to 9 p.m., Castle Hill, 290
Argilla Road. Castle Hills 2014 Summer Picnic
Concert series continues with Grupo Fantasia performing Latin music. Gates open at 5
p.m. for picnicking and close once capacity is
reached. Admission is at the gate only; $30
per car, $20 per car for TTOR members, $10 for
those arriving by foot, bicycle and motorcycle.
www.thetrustees.org or 978-356-4351.

Friday, Aug. 8

Friday Farm Dinners with Appleton


Cooks!, 5 p.m., Appleton Farms, 219 County
Road. Families and friends are invited for a
relaxing evening watching the sunset over the
Great Pasture and munching on fresh-fromthe-farm food. Dinner features a seasonal
menu grown or raised at Appleton and other
local farms, and prepared by Appleton Cooks!
chef. Enjoy a cold beverage from Mercury
Brewing Company while playing old-fashioned
lawn games and listening to live music. Ticket
price includes the full dinner buffet, non-alcoholic beverages (beer and wine available for
purchase), dessert, games, music and more.
Dinners held rain or shine. $42 adults, $15 children, ages 3 to 12. Details and reservations at
www.thetrustees.org/appletoncooks.

Saturday, Aug. 2

Life on a Saltwater Farm: Paine House


Tours for 17th-Century Saturdays, 11 a.m. to
3 p.m., Greenwood Farm, Jeffreys Neck Road.
Tour the 1694 Paine House at Greenwood Farm,
the site of 250 years of family farming. Explore
trails through the pastureland and salt marsh;
open daily, sunrise to sunset. Free/TTOR members, $8 nonmembers, free for children 12 and
under 978-356-4351, ext. 4049.
Whipple, Knight and Heard House Tours
for 17th-Century Saturdays, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
Ipswich Museum, 54 S. Main St. Tours of the
1677 Whipple House, 1657 Alexander Knight
House and the 1800 Heard House. Spinner
Leslie Wind will demonstrate on the Whipple
House lawn. Fee charged for admission. www.
ipswichmuseum.org.

Saturday, Aug. 9

Photo Safari, 8 a.m. to noon, Appleton


Farms, 219 County Road. Essex National Heritage Area and Hunts Photo & Video host a
Photo Safari adventure for all photo enthusiasts. Participants will use the latest camera
gear from Olympus, and will receive coaching from Hunts technical experts and visiting professional photographers to capture
images of Appleton Farms, one of the oldest,
continuously operating farms it the country.

Monday, Aug. 4

Brown Bag Lunch, noon to 1 p.m., Ipswich


Museum, 54 S. Main St. Ipswich Museums Brown
Bag Lunch topic: Jeff Carovillano, past archaeological excavation. www.ipswichmuseum.org.
Tuesday, Aug. 5

Downtown Tuesdays: River Music, 8 to 10


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Appleton Farms offers cooking classes and workshops, Dinners in the Field and casual
Friday Farm Dinners all featuring seasonal food grown on site or provided by local
farms.
$35/Trustees of Reservations and Essex Heritage members, $45/nonmembers. Reservations
required at www.essexheritage.org/photosafari
or 978-740-0444.

Tuesday, Aug. 12

Downtown Tuesdays: Riverwalk Dancing,


8 to 10 p.m., Ipswich Riverwalk, between Market and South Main streets. Music and dancing
under the stars with dance instruction by Greg
Coles. Free. www.ipswichchamber.org, www.ipswichvisitorcenter.org.

Sunday, Aug. 10

Full Moon and Folklore Hike, 8 to 10 p.m.,


Crane Wildlife Refuge, Argilla Road. Augusts
full moon was called the Sturgeon Moon by
North American fishing tribes, who knew that
the sturgeon of the Great Lakes and Lake
Champlain were most readily caught during this full moon. Hike up and down dunes,
through soft sand, for approximately 2 miles.
Dress for the weather to maximize comfort,
and bring water. Attendees may also bring
flashlights or head lamps, but leaders may ask
for moments of total darkness to fully enjoy
the moon and the shadows it makes on the
dunes. $15 TTOR members, $20 nonmembers.
Hike suitable for ages 13 and older. Preregistration required at www.thetrustees.org/
craneoutdooradventures.
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Thursday, Aug. 14

Castle Hill Summer Picnic Concert Series:


HELP!, 7 to 9 p.m., Castle Hill, 290 Argilla Road.
Castle Hills 2014 Summer Picnic Concert series
continues with HELP!, a Beatles tribute band.
Gates open at 5 p.m. for picnicking and close
once capacity is reached. Admission is at the
gate only; $30 per car, $20 per car for TTOR
members, $10 for those arriving by foot, bicycle and motorcycle. www.thetrustees.org or
978-356-4351.
Sunday, Aug. 17

Kayak to Choate Tour, 2 to 5 p.m., Crane


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Continued from Page 27

Castle Hill Summer Picnic Concert Series:


Entrain, 7 to 9 p.m., Castle Hill, 290 Argilla
Road. Castle Hills 2014 Summer Picnic Concert
series continues with Entrain, a rock, funk, jam
band. Gates open at 5 p.m. for picnicking and
close once capacity is reached. Admission is
at the gate only; $30 per car, $20 per car for
TTOR members, $10 for those arriving by foot,
bicycle and motorcycle. www.thetrustees.org
or 978-356-4351.

Wildlife Refuge on the Crane Estate, Argilla


Road. Paddle across Essex Bay from the
Trustees of Reservations boat dock to Choate Island, then beach the boats and take a
tour of the island, stopping in at the Proctor Barn, the White Cottage and the Choate
House, then continuing to the highest point
on the island where Cornelius and Min Crane
are buried. After the hike, kayak around the
island to get views from the water (tides permitting). Life jackets and kayaks provided;
attendees may bring their own Coast Guardapproved life jacket, but personal kayaks are
not allowed. Attendees must be competent
swimmers and have some previous kayaking
experience. $25 TTOR members, $35 nonmembers. Limited to ages 15 and older. Preregistration required at www.thetrustees.org/
craneoutdooradventures.
Kayak to Choate Island: Tour and Picnic
Supper, 3 to 7 p.m., Crane Wildlife Refuge on
the Crane Estate, Argilla Road. Afternoon kayak
paddle followed by a leisurely walking tour of
Choate Island. Stop in to view the Proctor Barn
and the Choate House, then continue to the
highest point on the island where Cornelius
and Min Crane are buried, and take in the
views of the marsh and Essex Bay. Then, head
back to the Proctor Barn for a picnic supper
catered by Ferreira Foods. Life jackets and
kayaks provided; attendees may bring their
own Coast Guard-approved life jacket, but personal kayaks are not allowed. Attendees must
be competent swimmers and have some previous kayaking experience. $50 TTOR members,
$60 nonmembers. Preregistration required at
www.thetrustees.org/craneoutdooradventures.

Friday, Aug. 22

Friday Farm Dinners with Appleton


Cooks!, 5 p.m., Appleton Farms, 219 County
Road. Families and friends are invited for a
relaxing evening watching the sunset over the
Great Pasture and munching on fresh-fromthe-farm food. Dinner features a seasonal
menu grown or raised at Appleton and other
local farms, and prepared by Appleton Cooks!
chef. Enjoy a cold beverage from Mercury
Brewing Company while playing old-fashioned
lawn games and listening to live music. Ticket
price includes the full dinner buffet, non-alcoholic beverages (beer and wine available for
purchase), dessert, games, music and more.
Dinners held rain or shine. $42 adults, $15 children, ages 3 to 12. Details and reservations at
www.thetrustees.org/appletoncooks.
Tuesday, Aug. 26

Downtown Tuesdays Grand Finale, 8 to 10


p.m., Ipswich Riverwalk, between Market and
South Main streets. Drumming and dancing
under the stars. Free. www.ipswichchamber.
org, www.ipswichvisitorcenter.org.
Thursday, Aug. 28

Castle Hill Summer Picnic Concert Series:


Orville Giddings Band, 7 to 9 p.m., Castle Hill,
290 Argilla Road. Castle Hills 2014 Summer Picnic
Concert series continues with the Orville Giddings Band performing boogie blues. Gates open
Calendar, Page 30

Tuesday, Aug. 19

Downtown Tuesdays: River Music, 8 to 10


p.m., Ipswich Riverwalk, between Market and
South Main streets. Live music under the stars.
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Trustees of Reservations members: $35 adult,


$20 child; nonmembers: $55 adult, $30 child.
Preregistration required. 978-356-4351, ext.
4052, or dantczak@ttor.org. www.thetrustees.
org.

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at 5 p.m. for picnicking and close once capacity


is reached. Admission is at the gate only; $30 per
car, $20 per car for TTOR members, $10 for those
arriving by foot, bicycle and motorcycle. www.
thetrustees.org or 978-356-4351.

Saturday, Sept. 6

Life on a Saltwater Farm: Paine House


Tours for 17th-Century Saturdays, 11 a.m. to
3 p.m., Greenwood Farm, Jeffreys Neck Road.
Tour the 1694 Paine House at Greenwood Farm,
the site of 250 years of family farming. Explore
trails through the pastureland and salt marsh;
open daily, sunrise to sunset. Free/TTOR members, $8 nonmembers, free for children 12 and
under 978-356-4351, ext. 4049.
Whipple, Knight and Heard House Tours
for 17th-Century Saturdays, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.,
Ipswich Museum, 54 S. Main St. Tours of the
1677 Whipple House, 1657 Alexander Knight
House and the 1800 Heard House. Fee charged
for admission. www.ipswichmuseum.org.

Saturday, Aug. 30

Labor Day Family Campout, 1 p.m. through


Sunday, Aug. 31, 10 a.m., Crane Estate, Argilla
Road. Annual overnight for experienced and
first-time campers alike includes a choice of
optional programs and activities on Saturday
afternoon. Participants may also lounge on
the beach or explore the property on their
own. Evening includes a campout dinner and
smores around the campfire, and breakfast
on Sunday. After the campout ends, participants may spend the afternoon at the beach.

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