Andover Townsman, Andover, MA


August 28, 2013

Share your Feast of the Seven Fishes special traditions and memories

The Andovers Magazine, one of North of Boston Media Group’s sister publications to The Townsman, is seeking families from Andover and North Andover who enjoy the Feast of the Seven Fishes as part of their holiday celebrations.

We’d love to hear your family’s special traditions, including what you serve and whether you’re preserving memories passed down through the generations.

We’ll be highlighting the Feast of the Seven Fishes in the holiday issue of The Andovers Magazine.

Send your thoughts and ideas to Sonya Vartabedian, editor, The Andovers Magazine, at or call 978-475-7000, ext. 8733.

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