Thank you for joining 92.5 the River and Salem Five Bank for RiverFeast 2012. This year the River is happy to welcome Marshall Crenshaw & the Bottle Rockets as well as new River favorite JD McPherson to the Peabody Essex Museum as performers. On Saturday, November 17th, you'll enjoy a night of music, food, and bid on one of a kind signed music memorabilia and much more at the silent auction prior to the show. Proceeds benifit the Greater Boston Food Bank. It's all brought to you by Salem Five Bank and 92.5 the River!
RiverFeast 2012 takes place on Saturday, November 17th, 2012
at the Peabody Essex Museum in Historic Salem, MA
Doors Open @ 6:30pm
Silent Auction/Cocktail Reception in the East India Marine Hall: 6:30pm-8pm
Thanksgiving Style Buffet in the Atrium at 7:45pm (Semi-formal attire)
Featuring Marshall Crenshaw & the Bottle Rockets
And JD McPherson
Take Route 128 North. NOTE: I-95 and Route 128 North share the same loop around Boston. When I-95 and Route 128 North divide, stay on Route 128 North, to Exit 25A. Take 114 East into Salem, following signs for the Peabody Essex Museum and Rte. 114. Approximately one mile after entering Salem, you will cross an overpass. As you come off the overpass, take the exit on your right. This puts you on Route 107/Bridge Street. Go straight through the light and take your second right, onto St Peter Street. Go left at the stop sign and right onto New Liberty Street. The museum is straight ahead and a parking garage is on your right.
To park, you may use the parking garage on New Liberty Street. In addition, there is a municipal parking lot on nearby St. Peter Street, and a smaller garage on Derby Street, at the corner of Hawthorne Boulevard and Derby Street, three blocks from the museum. Limited on-street parking is available around Salem Common and at two-hour meters
Take the MBTA Commuter Rail (Newburyport/Rockport line) from Boston’s North Station or other points, to Salem station, a five-minute walk from the museum. Go up the steps to street level, cross Bridge Street, and walk down Washington Street. Go left on Essex Street to the end of the pedestrian mall
(Newburyport/Rockport line) from Boston’s North Station or other points, to Salem station, a five-minute walk from the museum. Go up the steps to street level, cross Bridge Street, and walk down Washington Street. Go left on Essex Street to the end of the pedestrian mall.
From Boston, board Salem Ferry at Central Wharf (New England Aquarium Whale Watch booth) for a relaxing 50-minute trip aboard a high-speed catamaran. Ferry docks at the Blaney Street Wharf on Salem’s historic waterfront, a short walk or cab ride from the museum. Eight round trips daily, June 15-October 31. For rates and schedule, call 978-741-0220 or visit www.salemferry.com.