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THE PEABODY ADVOCATE
- Friday, March 17, 2017
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THE NORTH SHORE'S HOTTEST NIGHTCLUB!
dine
drink
gather
enjoy
221 Newbury Street, Danvers
For Tickets call (978) 774-7270
or www.breakawaydanvers.com
IN THE MUSIC HALL
Friday, March 17 - 9 PM
DIEZEL
IN THE MUSIC HALL
Saturday, March 18 PM
THE GROOVE
In The Tavern
Musical BINGO - 7 PM
In The Tavern
KARAOKE W/ KIMBA - 9 PM
Every Tuesday: Open Mic hosted by Brian Maes
Wednesday, March 22
CORNHOLE TOURNAMENT
In The Tavern
Every Wednesday
COUNTRY LINE DANCINGWITHMICHELLE JACKSON
THE NORTH SHORE'S ENTERTAINMENT HOT SPOT!
Wearin' of the Green Contest! $$
Peabody
Boy Scout Troop 88
$6.00 per Person
Pancake / Breakfast buffet
Knights of Columbus, Peabody
Saturday, April 1
7- 12 AM
Chillin’ on Main St. at Pop-Up Ice Bar
A volunteer pours liquor for
patrons at the ‘Ice Bar’.
Amanda Summit (left) and Tim Brown of Breaking Grounds.
DJ Rick DeSanctis provided
entertainment for the event.
Event attendees are pictured dancing to the music on Main St.
Mayor Ted Bettencourt (left) is shown with Chris Bernard of
IpswichAleat thecustomcompany truckwithbuilt-inbeer taps.
D
espite frosty temperatures
between 50-75 people
came out to Peabody Square
last Saturday evening for Pea-
body Main Street’s Pop-Up Ice
Bar event. The event featured
its signature ‘Ice Bar’, an Ips-
wich Ale truck with taps built
into the side operated byMay-
or Bettencourt, and hot dogs
providedby Bacao FoodTruck.
Tim Brown and Amanda Sum-
mit from the new coffee shop
Breaking Grounds were also
present promoting the store
and selling hand warmers and
mittens. DJ RickDeSanctis pro-
vided live entertainment as pa-
trons danced the night away.
The event was sponsored
by Peabody Main Streets, an
offshoot of the Chamber of
Commerce. It has previous-
ly utilized the space outside
the Peabody Courthouse to
host similar events. Police cor-
doned off the area so that pa-
trons could safely socialize and
enjoy downtownPeabody and
all that it has to offer.
The event was part of a larg-
er strategy to promote down-
town and utilize its public
spaces better. Peabody Main
Streets’ vision is “to cultivate
a downtown that is a desir-
able place to live, an enjoyable
place to visit and a supportive
place tobuild aprofitablebusi-
ness” according to its website.