NSBC Weekend Picks

Posted: September 30th, 2010 | Author: | Filed under: Event | Tags: , , | 5 Comments »

It’s Thursday again, and we’ve got some great picks for things to do this weekend—not only from us, but from our pals in the North Shore Bloggers Consortium as well.

Friday evening, the Wenham Village Improvement Society will host an Oktoberfest Fundraiser on the lawn at the Exchange at the Wenham Teahouse. Live music, drinks, passed hors d’oeuvres, several dinner stations, and desserts will be on tap from 6:30 until 11:00. $75.00 per person or $100.00 at the door (tax and 18% gratuity additional). RSVPs are necessary. Please call (978) 468-1398 to reserve your table

Also Friday evening  from 4:00 to 7:00, Nadia Zenato of Italy’s Zenato Estate will be at Shubie’s in Marblehead, accompanied by the infamous BZ Zohn to feature their entire portfolio of wines. The Zenato Estate is celebrating its 50th anniversary, and as part of the celebration, Nadia is touring the Northeast. This will be her only retail stop in New England, and it’s your chance to taste some great wines and meet the owner of the estate.

On Saturday, October 2 from noon to 3:00, don’t forget the 3rd annual Chili Con-Carnival Cook-Off hosted by the Grog in their parking lot in Newburyport. Many restaurants and individual families will be competing for top spot, and you can enjoy live music, door prizes, and great chili, voting for your favorite.

Saturday evening in Salem, you’ll find Witchtoberfest at the Old Town Hall in Salem, a beer tasting fundraiser with 50% of the proceeds going to the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Salem. They promise “Good Beer, Good Music and Good Times.” There will be light hors d’oeuvres provided by local restaurants, a live band, a raffle, and a silent auction. The confirmed breweries so far include Shipyard Brewing, Mayflower Brewing, Blue Hills Brewery, Narragansett, Beerworks, and Cody Brewery.

And although not specifically food oriented, don’t forget that October 1st means the beginning of the Topsfield Fair and Salem’s Haunted Happenings!

Here are some great ideas from the other members of NSBC:

Jane Ward writes fiction and is the author of Hunger (Forge, 2001) and The Mosaic Artist (to be released).  She is currently at work on her third novel, The Welcome Home.  She also writes about food – in a weekly blog called Food and Fiction, and as a contributing writer to the online regional food magazine, Local In Season – because she loves to cook and eat.  And so does everyone she knows.

Click Here for Author Jane Ward’s Weekend Picks

Food For Thought- Heather Atwood

As a painter and writer, Heather Atwood spent a lot of time waiting on tables in great restaurants. While struggling with color and line, she was also learning how to roast a great chicken, and what it means to balance textures in a dish. She’s been interested in good food ever since. Married, the mother of two daughters, Heather now lives in Rockport, Mass. and is the food columnist for the Gloucester Daily Times. She is featured regularly in Taste of the Times videos and her writing can also be seen in the Wednesday food section of the Times.

Click here for Heather Atwood’s Weekend Picks

Good Morning Gloucester brings you the best of Gloucester MA and surrounding communities. From the docks to the restaurants, the sporting fields to the art scene and anything in between, if it’s happening in Gloucester it’s generally covered on GMG.

Click here for Joey’s weekend picks

At its core, LynnHappens.com is a place to find out what’s happening in Lynn. It features an events calendar, local weather, arts and events coverage, photo galleries, complete City Council videos, letters to the editor and more.

Click here are for LynnHappens.com editor Seth Albaum’s picks for the weekend

The Two Palaverers are the husband and wife team of Rob and Laura Ciampa, two passionate New Englanders who have spent decades exploring the highways and byways of New England in search of regional character, culture and cuisine. Their goal is to recognize the people, places and things that exemplify the character of New England. Join them as they palaver about New England.

Click Here For The Weekend Picks From The Two Palaverers

Greater Newburyport Today is your online guide to the wide range of activities and events occurring within the Greater Newburyport region of coastal Massachusetts, including the surrounding New Hampshire seacoast and the Ipswich/Essex and Cape Ann regions of the North Shore.

Click here for Greater Newburyport today’s weekend picks


5 Comments on “NSBC Weekend Picks”

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