YHC Waterfront Workouts Sunday July 28th 8:00 AM- Location Waterfront park – Awake Minds Yoga
Sponsored by Beth Israel Lahey Health Anna Jaques Hospital

YHC Waterfront Workouts Sunday July 28th 9:15 AM – Location Waterfront park – Mom Comm Family Bootcamp
Sponsored by Beth Israel Lahey Health Anna Jaques Hospital


YHC Art On the Bartlet Mall, Sat July 27th – Sun July 28th 10am – 4pm – Location Bartlet Mall
Come and view/shop over 60 different artisans showing all forms of media. Over half of our artisans are award winners


Heritage Tours -If This House Could Talk neighborhood stroll. -Sunday, July 28 – Sunday, August 6. City residents will be displaying posters with stories about their homes. Stroll Newburyport neighborhoods and look for house stories prominently displayed.  Online map: http://map.walknewburyport.com or see http://www.walknewburyport.com for details

YHC Olde Fashion Sunday, Sunday July 28th 10am – 4pm – Location Bartlet Mall
A great family event with kid games, entertainment on our stage, food booths and so much more!


YHC Corn Hole Beginners Tournament in partnership with NBPT  Corn Hole, Sunday July 28th 11:00am start (check in by 10:30am).  Location Bartlet Mall, across from Olde Fashion Sunday.  Cost is $40 per team.  This is for beginners only, professionals should look at our competitive tournament on Saturday August 5th
Sponsored by Covanta

*Immaculate Conception Parish Berry Festival, Sunday July 28th noon – 4pm – Location corner of High and Green Streets – across from the Mall.  Rain or shine Event.  Homemade biscuits, locally picked berries and real whipped cream.  Costs $5.00 each, bottles of water $1.00 each

Heritage ToursMerrimack Valley Ship Model Club Exhibition Saturday, July 28 – Saturday, August 3, 10:00 – 5:00 PM. Unitarian Universalist Church, Lower Level, 28 Pleasant Street. The Merrimack Valley Ship Model Club will exhibit a wide range and variety of ship models displaying tiny miniatures, and modest rowing craft in contrast with ocean-going vessels.

Heritage Tours-Superior Courthouse Open House, Bartlet Mall Sunday, July 28th 10:00 am to Noon. Visit the 1805 courthouse, designed by Charles Bullfinch, and learn about its history and beautiful interior and exterior architecture including the courtroom where President John Quincy Adams and Daniel Webster tried cases. Presented by Essex County Clerk of Courts Tom Driscoll and the Greater Newburyport Bar Association.

Heritage Tours– Guided Tours.  (last tour at 4pm); Museum of Old Newbury Saturday, July 27 and Sunday, July 28, 11 am – 4 pm, 98 High St. Tickets online at www.newburyhistory.org.  Come take a 50-minute tour of this 1808 Federal period house which tells the story of the Cushing family and the greater Newburyport area.    [email protected]; phone: 978-462-2681.

Heritage Tours– Uncommon Ground- Pawtucket Spaces and Colonized Places on the Molodemak (Merrimack) River Frontier. Sunday, July 28th, 11 am. Custom House Maritime Museum, Water Street. Join public historian Kristine Malpica and sculptor Jeffrey Briggs for an artist talk and walking tour that explores local and regional the Pawtucket-Pennacook-Abenaki Indigenous presence along the Molodemak (Abenaki) River, which served as a vital conduit of socio-economic and political interaction, as well as cross-cultural exchange and conflict with English colonists.

*Greek Food Festival Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church Corner Harris and Park Streets – Rain or shine! Sunday July 28th 11:30 am – 3:00 pm
Enjoy gyros, lamb shanks, moussaka, kabobs, locanico (Greek sausage), keftethes (meatballs), spinach pie, pastiche, Greek salad, stuffed grape leaves, fish “plaki” (Friday only), and our delicious Greek pastries.Free Admission – Air conditioned

Heritage Tours, Guided Tours. Sunday, July 28 and August 4, 12-5 pm, Tuesday, July 30th and Wednesday, July 31st, 12 pm – 5 pm, Thursday August 1st, Friday August 2nd and Saturday 3rd 10 am – 5 pm -The Custom House Maritime Museum. Our House is Your Home for Maritime History, 25 Water Street. Our exhibits have a fresh new look with new objects for your education and enjoyment. Docents will be on hand to enhance your experience, should you wish. For more information, visit our website www.thechmm.org or call us at 978-462-8681.

Heritage Tours– Old South Church Tour, Sunday, July 28th, 1:00 to 3:00 pm. 29 Federal Street. Meet at the Federal Street front doors. Step right in and experience the way the church used to be in the 1700’s! Your tour will be steeped in history as you learn of Paul Revere’s bell, see spittoons in the sanctuary, descend into the crypt and discover a forgotten Founding Father buried directly under the pulpit! Call 978 465-9666 for more information.

Heritage Tours – Plum Island Clam Plant Open House and Tours Sunday, July 28 th, 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Location – past the lighthouse towards the boat wharves on the left. The Shellfish Purification Plant is the oldest operating depuration plant in the world and one of five existing in the United States. Built-in 1930 by the City of Newburyport to treat shellfish from the Merrimac River, today the plant is managed by the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries.

Heritage Tours – Clipper Heritage Trail’s Along the Water’s Edge Waterfront Harbor Tour Sunday, July 28th, 2:00 – 3:30 pm, Tuesday July 30th, 11:00 – 12:30 pm, and Wednesday July 31st, 6:00 – 7:30 pm. Boardwalk near Black Cow restaurant. Tickets go fast! Make reservations online at www.harbortours.com. Join historian Ghlee Woodworth and marine ecologist Captain Paul Aziz aboard the Yankee Clipper and enjoy a 90-minute cruise along the beautiful Merrimack River. Step back in time and hear about shipyards, Caldwell’s Rum, and a castle as we cruise upriver to Amesbury. On the return leg, the Yankee Clipper takes us along the shores of Joppa, home of clammers, fishermen, and hunters, as we discover the timeless significance of our local estuary.

YHC Waterfront Concert Sunday July 28th 7:30 – 9:00pm – Location Waterfront Park
Scenes a Billy Joel Experience
Sponsored by Lions Club


BONS 2014