Create & Escape in the News
New and notable: A crafty Gloucester pop-up, a ‘card vault,’ and swanky jewelry store
August 23, 2022
Since Aug. 6 (and until mid-October), the storefront is home to Sadie Restivo’s custom apparel business, Beached Goods, and Wendy Lattof’s crafting side-hustle, Create & Escape. A Danvers resident, Restivo called the pop-up “an unbeatable opportunity to open a brick-and-mortar space without all the risks”...
A great escape: Despite fears, creative business thrives in pandemic
August 2, 2022
Despite the catchy name, the owners of Create and Escape on Main Street thought their new business wouldn’t escape the COVID-19 pandemic...
Downtown Peabody still struggling in the wake of COVID-19
July 29, 2022
The pandemic may seem to be waning, but businesses in downtown Peabody are still feeling the effects of COVID-19 — and say they need more support...
2022 Best of North Shore Winners
July 27, 2022
The name says it all: Escape into your creativity with a huge range of DIY projects, ranging from canvas arts and ceramics; sea glass art and wood signs; pillows and totes; and more. You can also nab at-home DIY kits for kids and adults...
Peabody To Raise Pride Flag With Pop-Up Pub In Month Of Special Events
June 3, 2022
The City Hall ceremony and pop-up pub event both take place on June 11 with a Pride Night at Granite Coast Brewing Company on June 10...
A Visit to Create & Escape DIY Workshops
Peabody nonprofit places those with disabilities into jobs linked to their interests
November 30, 2021
Painting studio Create and Escape in Peabody was about to start recruiting for workers this fall when Darren Goad proposed hiring one of his clients...
Video: Bridgewell Partnership
Connecting people with possibliities.
WORKING TOGETHER IN PEABODY
October 29, 2021
Organizations like Bridgewell, that support and empower people with disabilities, help secure employment in different ways: through volunteer situations, direct employment, or a group-supported model...