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    Sunday Dec 1, 2019 - Friday Jan 31, 2020
    The Salem Chamber of Commerce is hosting its fourth Salem Sampler Raffle - a month jam-packed full of prizes! With the help of more than 50 different organizations, we are proud to showcase over $10,000 in prizes donated by Salem Chamber of Commerce member businesses and organizations that YOU could win! The Grand Prize will be drawn on January 23. ... read more
    Categories: Salem Chamber Of Commerce
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    Tuesday Dec 31, 2019 - Wednesday Jan 1, 2020
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    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Holiday
    Thursday Jan 2, 2020
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Friday Jan 3, 2020
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Tuesday Jan 7, 2020
    This ain't no paint & sip! Join us on Tuesday night for a Drink-n-Draw night co-hosted by Salem Collective of Artists and Musicians (SCAM)! The good folks at SCAM will be providing a peculiar, strange, off-the-wall subject to draw which will be set up on the Gulu stage. Please bring your own materials. Purchase necessary (we don't care what you buy, just buy something!). ... read more
    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Wednesday Jan 8, 2020
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Continuing Education
    Thursday Jan 9, 2020
    Get media coverage for you and your company by knowing how and when to pitch your story for the best chances of success. Learn ways to work with different media to become a trusted and reliable source for your product or service. Speaker: David Thomson, Principal, Thomson Communication. David Thomson draws upon 25 years of marketing, sales, public relations, journalism and entrepreneurship experience to steer the growth of Thomson Communications, a public relations firm based in Middleton, Massachusetts. Before founding Thomson Communications, David spent ten years at Verizon Wireless (and its legacy companies). While at Verizon Wireless, he held positions in sales, marketing and senior regional management, including Director of Marketing for New England-with responsibility for all marketing, public relations, advertising, promotion, and events. Whether providing strategic counsel to executives and clients, pitching media, negotiating sponsorships, planning special events, developing marketing campaigns, or implementing program tactics, Thomson invests an array of talents to create award-winning campaigns that meet and exceed client expectations. ... read more
    Categories: Continuing Education
    Thursday Jan 9, 2020
    North Shore Medical Center is growing! NSMC, an affiliate of Partners Healthcare, is transforming. In November, NSMC opened a new state-of-the-art Emergency department and the Epstein Center, a new 120-bed facility dedicated to behavioral health. Due to our growth and transformation, we have openings in our support service areas such as Nursing, Housekeeping, and Dietary. Please RSVP for this event by applying here! Drop-ins welcome. Hiring Managers and our HR team will be present to conduct on-the-spot interviews. Candidates are encouraged to bring a resume. Must be able to speak, read and write English. If you cannot attend the hiring event, please feel free to visit our Careers page at www.nsmc.partners.org/careers to review career opportunities. ... read more
    Categories: Continuing Education
    Thursday Jan 9, 2020
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    Categories: Salem Chamber Of Commerce
    Thursday Jan 9, 2020
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Thursday Jan 9, 2020
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Thursday Jan 9, 2020
    Starting in 2020, all Skee Ball revenue (every singe quarter) will be donated to a Salem non-profit or charity, and each month we will select an organization to benefit. To kick each month off we will host a Skeeball night competition with that month's organization! This month it is Salem Main Streets as our partner, and they will be here on Thursday Jan 9th to get this into gear About Salem Main Streets: SMS produces and supports numerous community events and initiatives throughout the year, including the Salem Farmers’ Market, Salem Arts Festival, Salem’s So Sweet, and the October Information booth. SMS operates thanks to the generosity and partnership of the City of Salem and Mayor Kimberly Driscoll, the Salem Chamber of Commerce, Destination Salem, and many other local business sponsors and community volunteers. Salem Main Streets was founded in 2001 by the City of Salem and a coalition of downtown businesses and area residents, and is modeled on the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s National Main Street Program. ... read more
    Categories: Fundraising Event
    Friday Jan 10, 2020
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Tuesday Jan 14, 2020
    Every business owner should know how to protect their brand, business name, logo, and creative and intellectual property. Learn the basics of trademarks and copyrights, and explore common pitfalls to help protect your business. Speaker: Daniel N. Smith, Attorney-At-Law, New England Patent & Trademark Daniel has over 16 years of experience advising business owners, start-ups, artists, and creators on recognizing and legally protecting their valuable intangible assets. Prior to opening the law firm of New England Patent & Trademark, Daniel worked at intellectual property law firms in midtown Manhattan and downtown Boston. He has helped hundreds of clients on thousands of intellectual property projects. Daniel has designed his presentation for a basic understanding of intellectual property rights. He has identified and incorporated common pitfalls commonly overlooked, and false assumptions often held by the public on trademarks and copyrights. Daniel has over 16 years of experience advising business owners, start-ups, artists, and creators on recognizing and legally protecting their valuable intangible assets. Prior to opening the law firm of New England Patent & Trademark, Daniel worked at intellectual property law firms in midtown Manhattan and downtown Boston. He has helped hundreds of clients on thousands of intellectual property projects. ... read more
    Categories: Continuing Education
    Tuesday Jan 14, 2020
    This ain't no paint & sip! Join us on Tuesday night for a Drink-n-Draw night co-hosted by Salem Collective of Artists and Musicians (SCAM)! The good folks at SCAM will be providing a peculiar, strange, off-the-wall subject to draw which will be set up on the Gulu stage. Please bring your own materials. Purchase necessary (we don't care what you buy, just buy something!). ... read more
    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Thursday Jan 16, 2020
    Most businesses are underutilizing Facebook?s capabilities. In this workshop, we?ll explore the power of Facebook Groups, Facebook Messenger and Facebook Advertising that will drive traffic to create leads and increase conversion. Speaker: Pamela Pearson, Catalyst for helping small business entrepreneurs grow by leveraging Attraction Marketing and digital strategies. Pamela lightheartedly calls herself a ?Recovered Corporate Executive.? After 20+ year career in corporate marketing and executive management Pamela took a leap of faith outside the corporate box. She followed her passion and turned to a career helping ?smallpreneurs?. Her mission is to provide a toolkit of basic marketing services in an affordable manner to small businesses and solopreneurs. Pamela has a unique blend of strategic, intuitive, and practical tools in her toolbox to help you create a masterful business and life. ... read more
    Categories: Continuing Education
    Thursday Jan 16, 2020
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Thursday Jan 16, 2020
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Thursday Jan 16, 2020
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Friday Jan 17, 2020 - Sunday Jan 19, 2020
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Friday Jan 17, 2020
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Friday Jan 17, 2020
    The Hawthorne Hotel is proud to host the “Raise a Glass to the Real MVP!” fundraiser to benefit The Peter Frates Family Foundation (5013c - 83-1680823) on Friday, January 17, 2020 from 6-11pm in our Grand Ballroom. There will be a live band, raffles, a silent auction and a cash bar. Guest speakers will include the Frates Family and other St. John’s Prep alumni. The Peter Frates Family Foundation is a non-profit with the mission to assist progressed ALS patients and their families with the overwhelming cost of home health care. The employment of specialized and skilled providers is imperative for required level care assuring the stability of the patient as they continue to live in their home surrounded by the love and comfort of family and friends. Admission is a suggested donation of $30 in honor of Pete's uniform #3. ... read more
    Categories: Community, Fundraising Event
    Saturday Jan 18, 2020
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Tuesday Jan 21, 2020
    This ain't no paint & sip! Join us on Tuesday night for a Drink-n-Draw night co-hosted by Salem Collective of Artists and Musicians (SCAM)! The good folks at SCAM will be providing a peculiar, strange, off-the-wall subject to draw which will be set up on the Gulu stage. Please bring your own materials. Purchase necessary (we don't care what you buy, just buy something!). ... read more
    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Wednesday Jan 22, 2020
    Antarctic exploration, scuba diving with icebergs, seals, sea birds, whales, and penguins also beer, there's beer at this talk. ... read more
    Categories: Continuing Education, Recreation & Sports
    Thursday Jan 23, 2020
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Thursday Jan 23, 2020
    Learn the skills needed to effectively interview and select candidates for employment and promotion. Speaker: Judy Kalisker, Principal, Compliance Plus, LLC. Judy S. Kalisker is the Founder and Principal of Compliance Plus, a company that provides outsourced human resources services to employers of all sizes. She has over twenty-five years of experience in employment law and human resources compliance, providing legal advice, conducting internal workplace investigations, and helping managers and human resources professionals balance employee rights and business needs. She has designed and delivered thousands of interactive, customized training sessions for managers and HR professionals on all aspects of employee relations, including skills for effective, non-discriminatory interviewing and performance management. Judy has conducted hundreds of workplace investigations of complex matters, including alleged discrimination, harassment, retaliation, financial and expense reporting irregularities, time card fraud, and Title IX sexual misconduct investigations for educational institutions, including high school and higher education. ... read more
    Categories: Continuing Education
    Thursday Jan 23, 2020
    We would like to invite you to attend our Salem Sampler January Calendar Raffle Party at Brother's Taverna on January 23 from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm. For this special After Hours Networking event, we will be drawing for the winner of the $1000 Cash Grand Prize! Bring your calendars and see if you are the big winner! The event coincides with our fifth Salem Sampler raffle - a month jam-packed full of prizes! With the help of more than 60 different organizations, we are proud to showcase over $10,000 in prizes donated by Salem Chamber of Commerce member businesses and organizations that YOU could win! This event will feature light appetizers and a cash bar. We are excited to host this event at Brother's Taverna; they are rolling out a new, authentic Portuguese menu created by owner/manager Armindo Romano. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Community, Salem Chamber Of Commerce, Fundraising Event
    Thursday Jan 23, 2020
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Friday Jan 24, 2020
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Saturday Jan 25, 2020
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    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Arts & Culture, Continuing Education, Holiday
    Saturday Jan 25, 2020
    Join Hamilton Hall for a lively Scottish celebration-- and the chance to win the trip of a lifetime to Scotland! Burns Nights (or Burns Suppers) began in July of 1801, five years after famous Scottish poet Robert Burns’ death. Friends gathered to give tribute to the Scottish bard, drinking whisky and reading his songs and poems. Over the centuries, Burns Nights have grown into an international phenomenon. The evening begins with appetizers and whisky tasting with laid back experts. Not a whisky fan? Enjoy live Scottish music while you chat with friends, admire everyone’s Scottish garb, and get ready for the delicious seated three course meal. To top it all off, we will be selling raffle tickers to win an unforgettable trip to Scotland. A TRIP TO SCOTLAND? Let your imagination run away on a magical trip to Scotland where you stay in one of hundreds of amazing historic properties. The Royal Mile in the heart of Edinburgh has 400 year old flats for let. Or, maybe a stay in a cozy cottage, warming by the fire on a cold evening in the highlands is more to your liking? A lighthouse overlooking a rocky shore where ships of yore met their fate? Or perhaps channel your inner royalty and rent an entire wing of a castle? The choice is yours when you cast in your ticket for our “Scottish Vacation” drawing! Tickets are merely $50 and strictly limited to 100 sold! Attendees will have the option to purchase one or more raffle tickets during checkout and receive an on-line discount of $10. The Trip to Scotland winner will receive a membership in the National Trust for Scotland, a $1000 voucher for accommodations at a National Trust for Scotland property and $500 Visa Gift Card that can be applied to airfare, food, or accommodations. The voucher is good for one year. WHAT ELSE IS ON TAP? There will also be drawings at $10/chance for other select items including whisky and choice items donated from generous local businesses. Sit and listen to humorous toasts and poetic tributes! Dance the night away with Scottish folk dancing! Are ye ready? Let’s go! Want that Hamilton Hall member discount on this event and others? Become a member today, and help us with our mission to preserve Hamilton Hall for current and future generations. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Community, Holiday, Fundraising Event
    Saturday Jan 25, 2020
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Monday Jan 27, 2020
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community, Schools, Continuing Education
    Monday Jan 27, 2020
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    Categories: Community, Continuing Education
    Tuesday Jan 28, 2020
    Be ready for the deadline in 2021, when employees are able to apply for benefits. Learn how PFML differs from FMLA and what your business needs to do to meet its responsibilities under the law. Speaker: William Alpine, Director and Mary B. Tibma, Manager, Customer Engagement and Experience, Department of Family and Medical Leave, Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development. William Alpine is the Director of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Family and Medical Leave. Responsible for implementing and overseeing the day to day administration, finance, and operations of this newly created program. Working with internal and external stakeholders to develop efficient and streamlined operations to achieve departmental goals. Oversee program's regulatory process, vendor relationships, business processes and stakeholder engagement. Developing communication strategies associated with the program's operational requirements for a variety of audiences, including citizens, employers, employees, and other state agencies. ... read more
    Categories: Continuing Education
    Tuesday Jan 28, 2020
    The Salem Rotary Club and the Salem Chamber of Commerce invite you to a joint luncheon event. Representative Paul Tucker will share the projects and bills hes working on and will highlight what's happening at the State House. This joint event with the Salem Chamber of Commerce will kick-off the Salem Rotary Club 2020 speaker season. Registration is required. $20 for members of the Salem Chamber and non-rotarians. To register either click the link or email info@salem-chamber.org. ... read more
    Categories: Government, Salem Chamber Of Commerce, Clubs/Organizations
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    Tuesday Jan 28, 2020
    This ain't no paint & sip! Join us on Tuesday night for a Drink-n-Draw night co-hosted by Salem Collective of Artists and Musicians (SCAM)! The good folks at SCAM will be providing a peculiar, strange, off-the-wall subject to draw which will be set up on the Gulu stage. Please bring your own materials. Purchase necessary (we don't care what you buy, just buy something!). ... read more
    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Wednesday Jan 29, 2020
    Join Salem Sound Coastwatch and the Abbot Public Library in Marblehead for the first presentation in our 2020 Underwater in Salem Sound Lecture Series. On Wednesday, January 29th from 7-8:30pm at the Abbot Public Library, come and learn about the healthy sea scallops that live in Salem Sound and what we can do to keep them that way. Louise Cameron will share with us what makes scallops so unique and delicious. She will discuss her current work on scallops to give us an idea of how they may respond to living in an ocean that is becoming more acidic. Annually, more than $500 million worth of Atlantic sea scallops are harvested off the U.S. Atlantic coast. The current sea scallop fishery is so healthy and valuable in part, because it is well managed, but how will a future of increased ocean acidification affect scallops? Underwater in Salem Sound is jointly sponsored by Salem Sound Coastwatch and the Abbot Public Library. Free and open to the public. For more information info@salemsound.org or call 978-741-7900. ... read more
    Categories: Continuing Education
    Thursday Jan 30, 2020
    An impactful email marketing strategy can be complex – it’s more than just a monthly newsletter. Learn 3 critical email types you can send now to grow your business. Leave with tips for improving your ROI. Speaker: Kaitlyn Merola, Founder & CEO, Möve Marketing. Kaitlyn is a transparent leader in the digital marketing space. With ten years of experience in marketing tech, it’s her mission to effectively shape, manage and refine a holistic set of strategies utilizing user experience architectures, marketing automation tools, and campaign best practices to push the boundary in elevating the customer journey for her clients. Kaitlyn's innovative ideas and passion for digital marketing led to her experience building a multi-million dollar division within one of the fastest growing digital marketing agencies in the heart of Boston. She's now thrilled to have made the decision to bring her tried-and-true methods directly to growth-mode SMBs & start-ups. ... read more
    Categories: Continuing Education
    Thursday Jan 30, 2020
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Thursday Jan 30, 2020
    2020 Tax Strategies, Cabot Wealth Management, January 30, 2020 ... read more
    Thursday Jan 30, 2020
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Thursday Jan 30, 2020
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Friday Jan 31, 2020
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Friday Jan 31, 2020
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Continuing Education
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