Tonight's the night for Be Giving!
The Stevens Estate has power, so Be Giving is on as planned.
We're looking forward to seeing you tonight!


2nd Annual Eat, Drink, & Be Giving Gala
Honoring Don and Vicky Robb

Thursday, November 2, 2017 ~ 6:00-8:00pm
Historic Stevens Estate, North Andover

A SAMPLING OF SILENT AUCTION ITEMS

Pamper Me Basket
Dovetail gift certificate for a manicure, with a box of
Dovetail organic beauty products
Fitness Together gift certificate for an assessment
consultation and two sessions of personal training
Bottle of Prosecco
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Horse Riding Basket
Ironstone Farm riding package to include evaluation ride
and three riding lessons.

Vineyard Tour Basket
Westport Rivers winery private vineyard tour
Six bottles of red & white wines
Wine bottle opener

Closet Classics of Andover
Gift certificate toward custom closet design services

Sur La Table Basket
Gift certificate for one cooking class
An assortment of Sur La Table goodies

Summer Beach and Grill Party Basket
Stop & Shop gift certificate
Fun assortment of summertime goodies

A SAMPLING OF LIVE AUCTION ITEMS

NEW! Two-night stay at the Old Manse Bed & Breakfast in Brewster, the family homestead of Captain Winslow Lewis Knowles, whose story you'll hear tonight!

Weekend at Long Beach Rockport Cottage

Private dinner part in the  Blanchard House

Private talk by historian and
honoree Don Robb, plus a
Mt. Washington boat cruise on
Lake Winnipesaukee, NH

​​Want to know more? Call 978-475-2236
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723 Osgood St., N. Andover
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Frank and Belva Hopkins

Andover Historical donors make history every day
 
In 2015, three Andover High School senior interns brought science, history, and culture together to help create Andover’s Historic Mill District.
 
They put Andover’s history at the forefront as they learned that in order to be sustainable, a community must know its past.
These student interns used Andover Historical resources that our donors helped make available:
 
  • to learn about decisions made decades ago that impact the community they live in today,
  • and to learn how important it is that they – the next generation – understand those decisions, because they will be responsible for making decisions in the future.
 
Throughout their internships, we watched as these students grew more confident in their research, their ideas, and their ability to communicate those ideas. Imagine these young adults as they go forward with their lives, deeply involved in the life of their community, fully engaged in shaping what it will be for their children and their children’s children. Wow!
 
There are many more students, just like these three, who crave the spark of inspiration that will engage them. And Andover Historical donors and volunteers make that happen every day.