Peabody Historical Society

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Programs & Exhibits




   For Sentimental Reasons
   Dottie Doucette: Paws
   for a Cause





Current Exhibits

PHS Sentimental Reasons Postcard-front web.jpgPeabody Historical Society and Peabody Art Association Spring/Summer Exhibit
For Sentimental Reasons: Reflections on Treasured People, Places, and Things

Osborne-Salata House & General Gideon Foster House
33 & 35 Washington Street, Peabody
PAA exhibit on view June 22 - August 29, 2014
PHS exhibit on view June 22 - October 19, 2014

Discover the compelling personal stories associated with everyday people, places, and things. This exhibit features a selection of objects from the Peabody Historical Society collection connected with stories of love, loss, and nostalgia, including mourning bags, hair work, love letters, needle work and clothing. The Peabody Art Association's judged exhibit features artworks inspired by subjects that are sentimental to each participating artist.

The Osborne-Salata and General Gideon Foster Houses (both on Washington Street) are free and open to visitors Tuesday - Friday from 10-3 pm and the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month from 12-3 pm.




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PHS DottieDoucette_Paintings for Paws web.jpgPeabody Art Association Featured Artist Exhibition
Dottie Doucette: Painting for Paws, Support the Cause

Osborn-Salata House
33 Washington Street, Peabody
On view October 19-November 15, 2014

Join Peabody artist and Peabody Art Association member Dottie Doucette, for an exhibition of paintings on various subjects including landscapes, houses, still lifes, animals, and portraits. This exhibit will also feature Doucette's hand painted jars, wine glasses, and other gift items. Doucette will donate a percentage of her sales proceeds to the Northeast Animal Shelter in Salem.

OPENING RECEPTION: Sunday, October 19, 2014, 12:30 - 3 pm
Meet Dottie Doucette and enjoy light refreshments!

The Osborn-Salata and General Gideon Foster Houses (both on Washington Street) are free and open to visitors Tuesday - Friday from 10-3 pm, and the first and third Sunday of each month from 12-3 pm.

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