Topsfield,MA (PRWEB) July 22, 2005
The North Shore Women's Journal has a new stop online, "The North Shore Community Calendar" at nswj.com.
"It's very convenient to be able to find one place that lists all that's happening in your local area." says Diane Marsh, publisher of the North Shore Women's Journal. "At nswj.com you can scroll through listings that include times and dates for events like old fashioned sidewalk sales, bazaars, museum happenings, concerts, fairs, family adventures, classes, demonstrations, festivals, art exhibits, carnivals, tours, auctions, parades, star gazing, and holiday celebrations."
The new Community Calendar will include events that are happening in and around Amesbury, Beverly, Danvers, Groveland, Essex, Lynn, Haverhill, Gloucester, Marblehead, Merrimac, Hamilton, Nahant, Newbury, Ipswich, Peabody, Newburyport, Manchester, Salem, Rowley, Rockport, Salisbury, Topsfield, Saugus, West Newbury, Wenham, Swampscott, Andover, Boxford, Byfield, Georgetown, Lawrence, Lynnfield, Methuen, Middleton and North Andover. We expect this Community Calendar to grow rapidly into the most extensive listing available.
The North Shore Women's Journal is asking that all calendar items be emailed or faxed to: 978-887-2899. Our listings will be updated daily. If you are looking for something to do with your family or friends the North Shore Community Calendar is a must. Visit us often at nswj.com and tell your friends about this new North Shore Community resource.
The WomenÂs Journal Newspapers are rated the #1 Educational Newspaper in the United States. The WomenÂs Journal seeks to educate readers as well as provide objective opinions. Each of our national, award-winning WomenÂs NewspapersÂ is an informative, objective and educational local resource for the community. Published six times a year, The North Shore Women's Journal and NSWJ.com, serves readers with the professional best in local businesses by providing valued information in a wide variety of special columns and features.
The North Shore Women's Journal is "Smart News" for Women, and now "Happening News" for the North Shore Community.