Elisabeth Neville Photography 57 Gregory St, Marblehead, MA01945 Elisabeth Neville Photography specializes in photographic imagery that explores the long-standing history or…More portraiture. Elisabeth herself has a degree in digital media and additionally works as a teacher, artist and designer. Her work has been exhibited in Gallery Z's "Afrocentric: From the Perspective of Black Women," and Marblehead Artist Association's "New Member Show."
Boston Scholastic 165 Pleasant St, Marblehead, MA01945 Boston Scholastic is a tutoring service for students of all ages from kindergarten through adulthood. It offers…More instruction in math, English, science and history. It also offers beginner's French. Additional services include standardized test preparation, critical reading and writing instruction and application and admission essay writing assistance. It also offers special education services for children through fifth grade.
Marblehead Museum & Historical Society 170 Washington St, Marblehead, MA01945 Located in the historic district of Old Marblehead, the Marblehead Museum & Historical Society serves the community…More with a treasure trove of historical artifacts and archives, as well as guided tours of the Lee Mansion, which was built in 1768. More than 200 privately owned colonial period homes contribute to the historic charm of this important fishing port and harbor. Step back into history and support the preservation of one of New England's oldest maritime towns.
Temple Sinai is a traditional conservative synagogue with a progressive, egalitarian philosophy. With a history that…More spans more than 50 years, the Temple Sinai family welcomes and encourages everyone to participate in its services, which include weekly aliyah honors and interactive K'nesset Katans.
A member of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism and The North Shore Hebrew School, Temple Sinai is located alongside the Jewish Community Center and Cohen Hillel Academy.
The Boston Yacht Club was founded in 1866. Standing tall and proud, it was formed "in the spirit of…More comradeship, courtesy, chivalry and sympathetic joy in a common sport." It began with a modest 90 members and has since grown to more than 500 members, 400 boats and adding private hotel accommodations for those wishing to stay a night or longer.
The Boston Yacht Club has a rich history including numerous successful defenses of the America's Cup. It also places a heavy emphasis on charitable involvement from fundraising for needy children and hospice care facilities to hosting sailing competitions for the physically handicapped. More can be learned about this prestigious Marblehead institution by visiting its website.
Temple Emanu-El is an inclusive Reform Congregation that offers progressive ways to explore a wide variety of Jewish…More traditions. The temple emphasizes a strong Jewish identity, reinforcing a life-long learning, Jewish ethics, a shared commitment to the Jewish community and social responsibility.
Temple Emanu-El's history began with a small group of families in 1954, who came together with a shared vision to establish a Reform Congregation on the North Shore of Massachusetts. The cornerstone of the temple building was laid in 1959. From the original fourteen families, the congregation has grown steadily and is now the spiritual home to more than 500 families.
First Church of Christ, Scientist 134 Elm St, Marblehead, MA01945 The First Church of Christ, Scientist has called Elm Street home since 1934, but traces its history back to 1891, when…More the first Christian Science Sunday School met in Marblehead. In 1925, a group of 22 people interested in forming a new Christian Science Society in Marblehead met at the home of Mrs. Alice Martin on Pond Street and the first formal service was held on Sunday morning, February 8, 1925 at the Odd Fellows Hall on Pleasant Street. The Society eventually moved to the Universalist Church, at the corner of Pleasant and Watson streets, in early 1927. They continued to hold services in the vestry in winter and in the church sanctuary in summer until 1933.