Salisbury Art Stroll

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The fifth annual Salisbury Art Stroll will take place on Saturday, May 13th, 2017, from 10am-4pm on the Old Eastern Marsh Rail Trail (parallel to Bridge Rd/Rt 1) at Friedenfels Rd. Salisbury, MA.  It is a family friendly event, where artists and fine-crafters set up their works on the trail for display and to sell.  Come for the day and listen to music, have some food and see the beautiful artwork as well as the natural beauty of the rail trail.  Plenty of free parking.  Featuring music, food, free balloon artist, free face-painting, and free kids' art classes.

The 2017 Salisbury Art Stroll Application

Save The Date Flyer

Salisbury Art Stroll Poster-Available soon

Food Vendors:

Temporary Food Service Permit Application Click on the link and the application is available on the left hand side. 

Schedule:

  • To be announced

Free kids' art classes 

There will be free art classes throughout the day for children.  Stop by the table to make a creation!

For more information, please contact Bart McDonough, bmcdonough@salisburyma.gov or 978-463-2266

Directions to Salisbury Art Stroll

The Salisbury Art Stroll takes place on the Old Eastern Marsh Rail Trail, which parallels Route 1/Bridge Road in Salisbury, MA.  The trailhead and parking is off of Friedenfels Road. 

*From 495-

Exit 55-Follow Route 110 East (Elm St) to the center of Salisbury.  Take a Right at the lights onto Bridge Rd/US-1 S/MA-1A.  Travel down Bridge Rd and take a Right on to Friedenfels Road (this is the last road prior to the Gillis Bridge that passes in to Newburyport). 

*From 95-

Exit 58A towards Salisbury, Rt 110 East (Elm St) to the center of Salisbury.  Take a Right at the lights onto Bridge Rd/US-1 S/MA-1A.  Travel down Bridge Rd and take a Right on to Friedenfels Road (this is the last road prior to the Gillis Bridge that passes in to Newburyport). 

Thank You:

This program is supported in part by grants from Coastal Trails Coalition as well as the Salisbury, Amesbury & West Newbury Cultural Councils, local agencies which are supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.

  

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