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The Peabody Essex Museum, in collaboration with Creative Collective, held its 3rd annual Summer Block Party on July 27th. The highly successful party has grown throughout all of its iterations and is now what it is today. There were vendors selling their beautiful creations, music housed in The Wandering Stage with an incredible line up of performers, food trucks galore, and the museum was open and free during the Block Party.

What started as a one-time, free outdoor party to celebrate the Peabody Essex Museum’s historic houses, has morphed into a giant community party, featuring local creatives, makers, businesses, musical talent and more.


About the Peabody Essex Museum:

Over the last 20 years, the Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) has distinguished itself as one of the fastest-growing art museums in North America. Founded in 1799, it is also the country’s oldest continuously operating museum. At its heart is a mission to enrich and transform people’s lives by broadening their perspectives, attitudes, and knowledge of themselves and the wider world. PEM celebrates outstanding artistic and cultural creativity through exhibitions, programming and special events that emphasize cross-cultural connections, integrate past and present and underscore the vital importance of creative expression. INFO: Call 866-745-1876 or visit pem.org.

About Creative Collective:

Creative Collective is a business program that provides opportunities for small businesses, entrepreneurs, non-profits, organizations and individuals that are looking for a more modern and creative approach to business growth and brand awareness. 

Our partners benefit from our ability to layer services that reach far beyond traditional marketing and business programs.  Together we share a vision that thriving arts, culture, and creative sectors makes the world a better place and support the sustainability of our communities and businesses. Together we connect creativity, commerce, and the community.


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