Centre Street Pizza 110 Newbury St, Danvers, MA01923 Centre Street Pizza is a clean eat-in or take-out restaurant that specializes in Italian style pizza. It…More offers lunch and dinner deals in addition to its Tuesday and Wednesday night specials. Centre Street offers a delicious catering menu, free phone order deliveries and a fun atmosphere for kids' parties.
Vesey & Company 185 Centre Street, Danvers, MA01923 Vesey & Company is a certified public accounting firm that provides individuals and businesses in Danvers with…More comprehensive accounting, tax planning and preparation and auditing services. To learn more about the company, view the website or call the number provided.
Elite Physical Therapy & Aqua Therapy 185 Centre Street, Danvers, MA01923 Elite Physical Therapy provides outpatient orthopedic physical and aqua therapy services. The facility offers a wide…More range of services, including aqua therapy, physical therapy and rehabilitation and recovery.
Witchcraft Victims' Memorial 176 Hobart St, Danvers, MA01923 Across the street from where they were publicly accused, the 25 victims who died as a result of the witch…More hysteria gripping Salem Village in 1692 are now publicly memorialized, the names etched in stone. The monument is located on Hobart Street in front of Gates Field and the Senior Center. Across the street was the original site of the Salem Village Meeting House, where most of the witchcraft trials were held before moving to Salem proper. The meeting house was part of the parish property of First Church, which is located just up the road from the memorial at the corner of Hobart and Centre streets. The memorial was completed in 1992 and dedicated that May by town officials and the Salem Village Witchcraft Tercentennial Committee, which designed the monument to coincide with the 300th anniversary of the witch trials. Numerous organizations and individuals in town donated the funds for the project. In addition to the victims' names, public statements by eight who were executed are on display as well. The memorial is open to the public daily, from dawn to dusk. There is a parking lot to the rear of the site. For more information on the memorial, visit the Web site.
First Church of Danvers 41 Centre St, Danvers, MA01923 The original house of worship at First Church was built in 1672 and was known as First Congregational Church back the.…More Twency years later it played host to the Salem Witch Trials at the church meeting house. The current building, from 1980, is the seventh structure to be built on the site and the church is now a member of the United Church of Christ denomination, one of two in Danvers. The pastor is Rev. Judy Proctor. These days, the church offers nursery and Sunday School for children during Sunday services. There is a montly prayer group, local service opportunities, weekly Bible studies and shared youth group activities with fellow UCC member Maple Street Congregational. The church rents space to Grace Fellowship Church and Step Into Learnin Preschool. A playgroundis located in the rear of the building. Local chapters of Alcoholics Anonymous also meet during the week. Overflow parking space is available at Highlands Elementary School.