In late 2013, Newburyport became the 19th community in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to receive a 'Cultural District' designation. Settled in 1635 as part of the Newberry Plantation, the area is one of the most quaint, charming and historical cities in the nation that underwent a major transformation in the 1970's
Coming Soon; The Story of the Ten Footers
How the Newburyport Artisan Village
'tiny studios' complete the 'Newburyport Restoration'.
The Crusade for a National Urban Model
Begins Here; Introductory Video
The Story of the
"Pause O restless passers-by
Hear ye the lively stir of trade
Whilst echoes of freedom's fury
Rise above the reek of burning tea
Mingling with the brisk breezes of the sea."
--- Philip Stern
Visionary/Artist John Brown brings Jack Frost back to Yankee Homecoming, the second longest running festival in the country, and creates the 1st Inn Street Artisans Revival Event in 2016. An announcement regarding a very special exhibit to celebrate the 4th Annual Yankee Homecoming Inn Street Artisans Revival 2019
“He who works with his hands is a laborer.
He who works with his hands and his head is a craftsman.
He who works with his hands and his head and his heart is an artist.”
~ Francis of Assisi
Artisan involvement is key to our sustainability.
Calendar of Events
Show #1 – Spring Show
May 18th and 19th
Show #2 – Memorial Day show
May 25th, 26th, 27th
Show #3 – Summer Show
June 22nd, 23rd
Show #4 – July 4th show
July 6th 7th
4th Annual Yankee Homecoming
July 27th - August 4th
Tuesday July 30th
Show #5 – Labor Day show
Aug31, Sept 1, Sept2nd
Show #6- Harvest Show
October 12th, 13th, 14th