Salisbury Art Stroll

The Salisbury Art Stroll is an annual event on the Old Eastern Marsh Trail in Salisbury, MA.  (Check out the photos from the 2015 Salisbury Art Stroll. )Artists and crafters showcase and sell their works on the trail. It’s an opportunity to not only experience the art, but also to speak with the artists and learn about their craft. Support your local artists at this unique event. Come for the day and listen to music, have some delicious food prepared by local vendors and see the exquisite artwork as well as the natural beauty of the rail trail. The Coastal Trails Coalition is so very pleased to be able to sponsor this event.

Plenty of free parking. Featuring live music by talented local musicians, freshly prepared delicious food and desserts, free balloon artist making everything imaginable, free face-painting, and free kids’ art classes.

This is a planet-friendly event; wheelchair accessible; restrooms available. Free parking at the trailhead on Friedenfels St. across from Bridge Marine and also at the new ENPRO headquarters at 114 Bridge Rd, Salisbury, MA (where Fraser Automotive used to be).

The 2019 Salisbury Art Stroll will be held on May 11.  Join our mailing list to keep updated.  For more information, please contact Leah Hill, lhill@salisburyma.gov or 978-463-2266.  You can also check out the Salisbury Art Stroll Facebook page.

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Salisbury, Amesbury and West Newbury Cultural Councils, local agencies which are supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency, as well as funding from the Coastal Trails Coalition and the Essex National Heritage Commission.

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