Celebrate Earth Month with Local Vibes
Tuesday, April 19, 2022
Green Beverly and the City of Beverly Present Beverly Earth Fest 2022
On Sunday, April 24 from 1:00-4:00pm, grab the whole family and head to Lynch Park to celebrate Earth Fest! Green Beverly and the City of Beverly are co-hosting this celebration of sustainability and environmental awareness. Come check out the sustainable fashion exhibit, enjoy some guided bird-watching, or relax at the local beer garden. With a variety of workshops and incredible food from local partners, this event has something for everyone and is truly not to be missed. RSVP now or just show up!
Other Arts & Culture Events
Creativity isn't just drawing what you see. First, connect to what YOU see. Combining those connections in a way that feels good: COLLAGE with Brian Gordan, Wednesday, April 20, 12-2pm, at Gentile Brewing!

On Wednesday, April 20 at 6:30pm, head to Hammer & Stain to make your own custom signs and door-hangers with wooden flower accents. Register now!

It's almost time for Thursday Night Trivia at Old Planters Brewing Co. Stop in at 7:00pm on April 21 to flaunt your knowledge.

On Friday, April 22, Steve Caraway brings his guitars, with gusto and enthusiasm, to Railway Tavern from 7-10pm. Come support this local Gloucester musical artist for his first show in Beverly!

Looking for a laugh-out-loud funny picture book? Bring the kids to story time at Copper Dog Books on Saturday, April 23 at 11:00am to hear illustrator Mark Hoffman read from his hilarious picture books.

Are you a Beatles fan? Check out Studio Two, a tribute band comprised of Berklee alumni, when they perform on Saturday, April 23 at 8:00pm at the Larcom Theater.

Get ready for the next set of Magic the Gathering! On Sunday, April 24 at 4:00pm The Castle is hosting a New Capenna Prerelease. Be sure to register ahead of time.

This Sunday, April 24 from 5:00-7:30pm, head to Chianti Lounge to hear featured artist Myanna perform with a four-piece band. Get your tickets now!
Downtown Beverly News
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Checking In With Main Streets
On Thursday, April 28th from 5:00-7:30 pm, join Beverly Main Streets for a Cabot Community Conversation launching, Downtown for All, a Beverly Main Streets initiative to make downtown Beverly a welcoming place for everyone. The evening kicks off at 5pm with a performance by Endicott College's Jazz/Rock Ensemble with Director Ray Novack. Following the performance, we will be screening Lives Well Lived, a film by Sky Bergman, which celebrates the incredible wit, wisdom, and life experiences of older adults living full and meaningful lives in their later years. Sponsored by Register now to let us know you're coming! 
Apply to participate in our community art show at Endicott College this summer. If you're an artist who lives or works in Beverly, or is enrolled in a Beverly college, you are eligible to apply to this juried exhibition. The exhibition runs June 13-August 1, with a reception on Thursday, June 16 from 5-7pm. For more information, read the Call to Artists. Additional questions can be addressed to Gallery Director Elizabeth Bollenberg at ebollenb@endicott.edu. 
Want to be in the 'room where it happens?' BMS is seeking a new team member to fill the role of Office Coordinator.

Reporting to the Executive Director of Beverly Main Streets, the Office Coordinator will handle multiple key responsibilities, including calendar management, preparations for meetings and events, business expenses, grant compliance, vendor relationships, and other administrative and operational tasks. This position is part-time during regular in-office hours.

View the job listing for more information.
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