Eat local! The Farmers’ Market initiative is a locally-sourced alternative to mass-market grocery store chains. Fresh produce, meat, cheese, baked goods, and more. Markets operate throughout the North Shore all year long, visit site for details on Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring locations.
Collaborating with local businesses, environmental agencies, community members, schools, and municipalities to foster environmental initiatives, provide education, and raise awareness.
Calendar of events for the city of Newburyport MA. Includes school, community, planning board, redevelopment authority, parks & recreation departments, historic commission, and more.
This 195-seat theatre on the waterfront in Newburyport MA offers renowned live performances at affordable prices. From live theatre performances to intimate concerts, comedy, children’s shows, and more, the Firehouse has something to offer everyone.
From supporting and encouraging locally-grown and sustainable food sources, to building a community of local fisherman, farmers, restaurant owners, caterers, and people, we offer a range of resources to foster local food sources in the Newburyport area.
Joppa Flats Education Center (Mass Audubon)
The Joppa Flats Education Center is located at the entrance to the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge and the Plum Island Estuary, one of the country’s most productive wildlife viewing areas. The wildlife viewing areas are active year-round, and particularly enticing to bird watchers, with over 300 species viewed in the area.
Family club for the Greater Newburyport area, including Amesbury, Boxford, Georgetown, Haverhill, Ipswich, NH Seacoast, and more. Offering access to area babysitting services, resources for parents, play groups, family activities, and fun stuff for parents to do! Get you and your family out of the house with these great events.
With over 600 artists from around the region exhibiting their work, the NAA hosts gallery showings and events throughout the year for the community. We offer a full calendar of studio classes and workshops for children, teens, and adults.
Generating financial resources to enhance the quality of Newburyport’s public schools. We are dedicated to obtaining the financial resources to bridge the gap between dwindling State aid and the needs of our community’s public schools.
Public library for the town of Newburyport, within the 35-member Merrimack Valley Library Consortium. The library is fully accessible, and offers a Children’s Center, Teen Room, internet, multimedia, and a wide range of services for our members.
Encompassing two-thirds of Plum Island in Newburyport MA, the Parker River refuge offers a visitors center with access to educational and entertaining exhibits. It is home to a variety of species, and provides a feeding and nesting habitat for birds.
Yankee Homecoming is an annual tradition in Newburyport, Mass., dating back to 1958. With events including a parade, wine tastings, waterfront concerts, a golf tournament, downtown festivities, fireworks, art & craft shows, a brewfest, a kids talent show, and so much more, this is one festival you won’t want to miss.
PortMedia: Newburyport’s Community Media Center
Public Access television for the town of Newburyport on Cable Channel’s 9 and 10. Provides coverage of local event calendars, City Council meetings, School Committee meetings, and public service announcements.
With more than 850 members, the Newburyport Chamber of Commerce has seen continued growth and expansion of businesses since it’s inception. The Chamber consists of local businesses, nonprofit organizations, individuals, and city representatives, working together to deliver a positive impact to the region.
Information and resources for the Newburyport MA City Hall offices. Includes access to the Planning Department, Harbormaster, School Department, Public Works Department, and more. Access resources, news, and information from the Mayor’s office and related offices.
Describing their mission as “preserving and presenting New England heritage”, Historic New England is dedicated to preserving buildings, landscapes, and objects dating back to the seventeenth century, and presenting education and awareness of the rich history that exists throughout New England.
Providing awareness, education, and advocacy to protect the historic character of the city of Newburyport.
A festival with something for every reader. From Coffee with the Poets, to a full day of planned activities, to a ceremony and Dinner with the Authors, the Newburyport Literary Festival is a prominent cultural event for the community.