March 30, 2021

Creative Collective Encourages Residents and Visitors to Get Out and Explore with #SpringOnTheNorthShore

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From Creative Collective

Spring has sprung and the weather is getting warmer by the day. And with that, restaurants, storefronts, and small businesses on the North Shore are gearing up to fill up calendars with exciting events and opportunities for area residents and visitors.

Creative Collective is celebrating the ways we can get outside this Spring with the #SpringOnTheNorthShore campaign, an initiative created to highlight the best that springtime North of Boston has to offer on the longer, warmer days. 

Area businesses can participate in the event by using the hashtag #SpringOnTheNorthShore and tagging @creativecollectivema and @creativenorthshore in posts on social media highlighting ways their businesses are encouraging people to get out and explore the best of the region this Spring. 

“Between the rollout of outdoor dining in multiple communities and the increased conversations about bringing live performances and activations back, there is hope in the air. We look forward to helping the creative community get back on its feet while fostering the local economy and supporting our members,” said President John Andrews (he/him/his). 

“What better way to welcome in the Spring then by seeking out all of the ways to enjoy it. There are so many great, safe ways to get outside right now in our cities and communities,” said Joey Phoenix (they/them/theirs), Director of Brand Strategy and Innovation. “I for one am particularly excited about outdoor dining and the House of the Seven Gables reopening for tours this Friday, April 2nd.”

“I am so excited to get outside again and explore the North Shore as it explodes into bloom. There is something so magical about Essex County in springtime as nature reawakens and beckons us to bask in the sunshine,” says Arielle Kaplan (she/her/hers), Director of Operations at Creative Collective.

The team at Creative Collective is also especially excited to host their first outdoor Coffee with the Collective networking event on Monday, April 19th in the Goodnight Fatty Courtyard. They are also partnering with Odd Meter Coffee Company who will be providing the coffee for this event. 

About Creative Collective 

Creative Collective is a modern and innovative business program specializing in creating connections and opportunities at  the intersection of economic development and the creative workforce. We work with small businesses, organizations, makers, artisans, freelancers and anyone that thinks a little differently and has a passion for their business that goes beyond it just being a “job”. 

Head to to find out more about how you can #JoinCreativeCollective