Old Navy 100 Independence Way, Danvers, MA01923 Opened in the Liberty Tree Mall in 1994, Old Navy has been selling its brand of simple, low price clothing for more than…More 15 years at this location. The store offers a wide selection of polos, khakis, jeans, tees, outerwear, underwear and backpacks for back-to-school shoppers. Items of the week are featured with further discounts.
Danvers Yoga Sangha 121 Liberty St, Danvers, MA01923 Danvers Yoga Sangha has cooperative yoga classes for adults and children, including hatha yoga and yoga for back care.…More Instructors aim to create an atmosphere of support and love while sharing meditation techniques, spiritual awareness techniques and postural yoga.
Parr Electric Inc. P.O. Box 451 Danvers, MA 01923, Danvers, MA01923 Parr Electric, Inc. is a company which provides high-quality services to residents and businesses in Danvers, Mass. It…More offers power distribution, electrical services, emergency generator back up, uninterruptible power sources, fire alarm controls, building management systems, general site lighting, design, build analysis and much more. Call for more information.
Corner Grocery 1 Hobart St, Danvers, MA01923 Corner Grocery is a bustling morning stop for many Danvers locals. It is conveniently located at the intersection of…More Maple and Hobart streets, with plenty of free on-street parking. Live Keno can be played in the back section of the store. Corner Grocery is a neighborhood supplier of fresh coffee and last-minute groceries.
Joker's Wild 85 Andover St, Danvers, MA01923 This family-owned costume and novelty shop has been in business for over a decade. The Danvers store, located on Andover…More Street just east of I-95, features a massive, wall-to-wall assortment of masks, hats, wigs, full costumes, costume accessories, make-up, party decorations and other novelties. It has a couple of dressing areas in the back and a full kids room as well. Joker's Wild also has a store in North Reading.
Deb 100 Independence Way, Danvers, MA01923 Deb specializes in tops, bottoms, dresses, coats, lingerie accessories, shoes and novelty items for girls' sizes…More 0-26. Their target age bracket is 13-25. They have a long and successful history selling women's apparel from as far back as when the founders began their first business in 1930. This location of Deb is located right outside the Liberty Tree Mall food court.
The nonprofit evangelical organization was first established in 1887, but back then it was known as the Evangelical…More Association of New England. After 123 years, its mission remains the same: to equip and connect church leaders around New England with resources to further their respective ministries, focusing on disciple-making and evangelism. That also includes leadership development, pastoral mentoring, research and analysis, ministry networking and solutions to revitalize local churches.
The vision is to connect with 1,600 church leaders and/or groups in the region. Visit the website for more information.
Sharp & Linhart Financial Strategies 10 Liberty St, Danvers, MA01923 Taking a more holistic approach to financial planning, Sharp & Linhart works very closely with its clients to ensure…More they reach their financial goals. It has more than 40 years of experience in the financial services industry and also is a strong advocate of giving back to the local and world communities. It has supported projects for indigent women in Peru andraised money for Hospice of the North Shore and the Dana Farber Cancer Institute among others.
Children’s Orchard sells everything from infants’ shoes to strollers. Gift cards are available for…More purchase, and there are always ongoing specials. Children’s Orchard offers to buy back your gently used children’s stuff.
The store just relocated from the Endicott Shopping Plaza and opened at 75 High St. on March 24, 2011.