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.
Commonwealth Learning Center 130 Sylvan St, Danvers, MA01923 Established in 1988 this nonprofit learning center specializes in helping children and adults improve their academic…More skills. It works well with students with learning disabilities such as dyslexia, ADHD and high functioning autism. It also benefits those who may have missed instruction due to circumstances or learn through a different style or pace. They are accredited by the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators to tutor in math, reading, writing, exam preparation, study skills and academic support.
Ancient Wisdom Spiritual Resource Center 435 Newbury St, Suite 212, Danvers, MA01923 The Ancient Wisdom Spiritual Resource Center is located in the Hawthorne North Plaza on Route 1. It offers a wide range…More of spiritual training, including workshops, speakers, ongoing study groups, Spiritual Adventures, wealth training, energetic bodywork and intuitive readings. Annual membership costs range from $199.95 to $3,499.50 and involve private sessions, constantly available e-mail and phone support, as well as discounts on literature and other resources available at www.ancientwisdombooks.com. Gift certificates may be purchased online or in person.
The Danvers Church of the Nazarene, located in the Hathorne neighborhood, offers ministries for adults (some specific…More to parents), students and children, including small groups for adults and students, two nurseries, outreach programs and events, church activities, retreats, concerts and more. The pastor is Rev. Dan Milette.
Sermons are available online, where visitors can also read Milette's blog or subscribe for updates via RSS, and they can follow DCN on Facebook and Twitter. The church also rents out the building to New Hope Tutorials.