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    Wednesday Sep 18, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Thursday Sep 19, 2019
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    Categories: Salem Chamber Of Commerce
    Thursday Sep 19, 2019
    Are you ready to start designing your new website? In our first class of the fall 2019 semester, we will go over the design, structure, and content choices that are key to a successful website. This fall, join us at Sperling Academy: Marketing Seminars under the Lights! Designed to enhance our clients’ success, Sperling Academy includes five events that explore digital trends in marketing and website development. Learn more and register for our seminars below. If you register for The Do’s and Don’ts of Web Design, Designing for Print, Online Advertising & Tracking, and Ranking High: Growing Your Business With SEO, you’ll receive a reduced rate! ... read more
    Categories: Arts & Culture, Continuing Education
    Thursday Sep 19, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community, Salem Chamber Of Commerce
    Thursday Sep 19, 2019
    Salem Farmers' Market! The Salem Farmers? Market continues every Thursday at Derby Square on Front Street! Stop on by for some fresh, locally grown produce and products, live music, local chefs and more! The Farmers' Market is every Thursday through October 17th! See you there! www.salemfarmersmarket.org ... read more
    Categories: Community
    Thursday Sep 19, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Friday Sep 20, 2019 - Sunday Sep 22, 2019
    Now presented by the Salem Athenaeum, the Salem Literary Festival was founded by Beth Simpson in 2008 as an extension of the events she created for the now defunct Cornerstone Bookstore. Since then, the Salem Lit Fest has grown to include hundreds of attendees, scores of volunteers, and dozens of authors. An exciting weekend of literary adventures for adults and youth, with over 50 award-winning and best-selling writers covering multiple genres, lunch with the authors, and more. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Arts & Culture, Community, Continuing Education
    Friday Sep 20, 2019 - Sunday Sep 29, 2019
    Explore Essex County's historic, cultural and natural sites during 10 days of 150+ free events & discover special places in your backyard! ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Arts & Culture, Community
    Friday Sep 20, 2019
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    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Community, Government
    Friday Sep 20, 2019
    Homestead is a new, site-specific play that allows the audience to observe a 17th century colonial family on the brink of panic and witness firsthand how quickly a community can devolve under the pressure of a witchcraft accusation. This work will debut at The Witch House at 310 Essex St, Salem MA, on September 20 - 21 & 27 - 28 at 7 pm. General admission is $13 and are available at https://homestead.bpt.me. In the farming homestead of the Matthews family, something unnatural is afoot; twelve-year-old Ruth Matthews has been exhibiting alarming behavior, and as is customary, friends, family, and neighbors alike are invited to the home to pray for the child and decipher the cause of her symptoms. The audience, as the proverbial ''fly on the wall,'' eavesdrops on the conflicts of men, women and children as they confront their own fears surrounding the supernatural. Unbeknownst to all but the audience, there is one guest who has not been invited, and may very well be the cause of Ruth's torment. A new interpretation of the New England witchcraft narrative, Homestead places East Anglian folk beliefs and practices under a microscope for the chance to examine the beginnings of colonial hysteria firsthand. Homestead’s playwright, Macey Jennings, says that she was first drawn to create the piece based on her own experience as a Cry Innocent actor and tour guide in downtown Salem: “When you zoom out of the Witch Trials and look at colonial New England as a whole, there are so many moving parts to consider when talking about the threat of witchcraft. I wanted to create a piece that could communicate those more obscure concepts through storytelling.” The audience is free to investigate the authentic 17th century mansion--the only building in Salem with direct ties to the actual Witch Trials of 1692--to overhear what they will. Each person will end up with a different understanding of how poor Ruth is afflicted. What--or who--is to blame? Has the Devil been raised on New England's frontier? ... read more
    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Friday Sep 20, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Saturday Sep 21, 2019
    Homestead is a new, site-specific play that allows the audience to observe a 17th century colonial family on the brink of panic and witness firsthand how quickly a community can devolve under the pressure of a witchcraft accusation. This work will debut at The Witch House at 310 Essex St, Salem MA, on September 20 - 21 & 27 - 28 at 7 pm. General admission is $13 and are available at https://homestead.bpt.me. In the farming homestead of the Matthews family, something unnatural is afoot; twelve-year-old Ruth Matthews has been exhibiting alarming behavior, and as is customary, friends, family, and neighbors alike are invited to the home to pray for the child and decipher the cause of her symptoms. The audience, as the proverbial ''fly on the wall,'' eavesdrops on the conflicts of men, women and children as they confront their own fears surrounding the supernatural. Unbeknownst to all but the audience, there is one guest who has not been invited, and may very well be the cause of Ruth's torment. A new interpretation of the New England witchcraft narrative, Homestead places East Anglian folk beliefs and practices under a microscope for the chance to examine the beginnings of colonial hysteria firsthand. Homestead’s playwright, Macey Jennings, says that she was first drawn to create the piece based on her own experience as a Cry Innocent actor and tour guide in downtown Salem: “When you zoom out of the Witch Trials and look at colonial New England as a whole, there are so many moving parts to consider when talking about the threat of witchcraft. I wanted to create a piece that could communicate those more obscure concepts through storytelling.” The audience is free to investigate the authentic 17th century mansion--the only building in Salem with direct ties to the actual Witch Trials of 1692--to overhear what they will. Each person will end up with a different understanding of how poor Ruth is afflicted. What--or who--is to blame? Has the Devil been raised on New England's frontier? ... read more
    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Sunday Sep 22, 2019
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    Categories: Community, Continuing Education, Clubs/Organizations
    Sunday Sep 22, 2019
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    Categories: Community, Salem Chamber Of Commerce
    Monday Sep 23, 2019
    On Monday, September 23rd at 1PM, Your CBD Store Salem will be holding their Ribbon Cutting Celebration. Join us and Mayor Kim Driscoll in welcoming this great new business to Salem. About the new business: Here at Your CBD store Salem we're giving people a 100% natural choice for daily issues. CBD is a cannabinoid; our bodies naturally produce cannabinoids and CBD helps to regulate these compounds, most of us just don't produce the correct amount of cannabinoids. What the product does is promote our body to produce the right levels to put our endocannabinoid system into homeostasis and reduces inflammation out of our body. It also regulates our immune system and our serotonin levels helping to impact our mood. ... read more
    Categories: Community, Salem Chamber Of Commerce
    Thursday Sep 26, 2019
    Salem Farmers' Market! The Salem Farmers? Market continues every Thursday at Derby Square on Front Street! Stop on by for some fresh, locally grown produce and products, live music, local chefs and more! The Farmers' Market is every Thursday through October 17th! See you there! www.salemfarmersmarket.org ... read more
    Categories: Community
    Thursday Sep 26, 2019
    Join the Salem Chamber of Commerce at the Village Tavern, on Thursday, September 26th for After Hours networking. We hope you will be able to join us for what is shaping up to be a great night of networking, laughs, and fun! To RSVP please call 978-744-0004 or email info@salem-chamber.org (free for members / $20 for non-members). The Village Tavern is located at 168 Essex Street (Pedestrian Mall) in Salem, MA. ... read more
    Categories: Salem Chamber Of Commerce
    Thursday Sep 26, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Friday Sep 27, 2019
    Homestead is a new, site-specific play that allows the audience to observe a 17th century colonial family on the brink of panic and witness firsthand how quickly a community can devolve under the pressure of a witchcraft accusation. This work will debut at The Witch House at 310 Essex St, Salem MA, on September 20 - 21 & 27 - 28 at 7 pm. General admission is $13 and are available at https://homestead.bpt.me. In the farming homestead of the Matthews family, something unnatural is afoot; twelve-year-old Ruth Matthews has been exhibiting alarming behavior, and as is customary, friends, family, and neighbors alike are invited to the home to pray for the child and decipher the cause of her symptoms. The audience, as the proverbial ''fly on the wall,'' eavesdrops on the conflicts of men, women and children as they confront their own fears surrounding the supernatural. Unbeknownst to all but the audience, there is one guest who has not been invited, and may very well be the cause of Ruth's torment. A new interpretation of the New England witchcraft narrative, Homestead places East Anglian folk beliefs and practices under a microscope for the chance to examine the beginnings of colonial hysteria firsthand. Homestead’s playwright, Macey Jennings, says that she was first drawn to create the piece based on her own experience as a Cry Innocent actor and tour guide in downtown Salem: “When you zoom out of the Witch Trials and look at colonial New England as a whole, there are so many moving parts to consider when talking about the threat of witchcraft. I wanted to create a piece that could communicate those more obscure concepts through storytelling.” The audience is free to investigate the authentic 17th century mansion--the only building in Salem with direct ties to the actual Witch Trials of 1692--to overhear what they will. Each person will end up with a different understanding of how poor Ruth is afflicted. What--or who--is to blame? Has the Devil been raised on New England's frontier? ... read more
    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Saturday Sep 28, 2019
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    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Recreation & Sports
    Saturday Sep 28, 2019
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    Categories: Community, Schools, Recreation & Sports, Fundraising Event
    Saturday Sep 28, 2019
    Join PEM’s Rose-Marie and Eijk van Otterloo Director and CEO Brian Kennedy during this special new wing celebration to officially kick off the museum’s newest and most exciting chapter yet. Tour the new space, enjoy live music, art making and performances throughout the day. General admission is free. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Arts & Culture, Community, Continuing Education
    Saturday Sep 28, 2019
    Homestead is a new, site-specific play that allows the audience to observe a 17th century colonial family on the brink of panic and witness firsthand how quickly a community can devolve under the pressure of a witchcraft accusation. This work will debut at The Witch House at 310 Essex St, Salem MA, on September 20 - 21 & 27 - 28 at 7 pm. General admission is $13 and are available at https://homestead.bpt.me. In the farming homestead of the Matthews family, something unnatural is afoot; twelve-year-old Ruth Matthews has been exhibiting alarming behavior, and as is customary, friends, family, and neighbors alike are invited to the home to pray for the child and decipher the cause of her symptoms. The audience, as the proverbial ''fly on the wall,'' eavesdrops on the conflicts of men, women and children as they confront their own fears surrounding the supernatural. Unbeknownst to all but the audience, there is one guest who has not been invited, and may very well be the cause of Ruth's torment. A new interpretation of the New England witchcraft narrative, Homestead places East Anglian folk beliefs and practices under a microscope for the chance to examine the beginnings of colonial hysteria firsthand. Homestead’s playwright, Macey Jennings, says that she was first drawn to create the piece based on her own experience as a Cry Innocent actor and tour guide in downtown Salem: “When you zoom out of the Witch Trials and look at colonial New England as a whole, there are so many moving parts to consider when talking about the threat of witchcraft. I wanted to create a piece that could communicate those more obscure concepts through storytelling.” The audience is free to investigate the authentic 17th century mansion--the only building in Salem with direct ties to the actual Witch Trials of 1692--to overhear what they will. Each person will end up with a different understanding of how poor Ruth is afflicted. What--or who--is to blame? Has the Devil been raised on New England's frontier? ... read more
    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Sunday Sep 29, 2019
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    Categories: Community, Schools, Recreation & Sports, Fundraising Event
    Sunday Sep 29, 2019
    Join PEM’s Rose-Marie and Eijk van Otterloo Director and CEO Brian Kennedy during this special new wing celebration to officially kick off the museum’s newest and most exciting chapter yet. Tour the new space, enjoy live music, art making and performances throughout the day. General admission is free. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Arts & Culture, Community, Continuing Education
    Wednesday Oct 2, 2019
    The tug of war between science and culture has deep roots. Back in the 1800s, before the general public understood how photography worked, sympathetic photographers and clever charlatans produced manipulated images of the deceased mysteriously hovering near their loved ones. Called spirit photography, these eerie images nonetheless brought comfort to the bereaved. On Wednesday, October 2, at 6:30 p.m., award-winning historian, author and preservation specialist Bethany Groff Dorau will present her illustrated lecture, “Secure the Shadow: Victorian Spirit and Post-Mortem Photography.” The seventh in this year’s Seven Lectures at Seven Gables’ series continues to explore the reach and influence of pop culture in our society. Dorau’s lecture will be held in the Visitor Center, The House of the Seven Gables, 115 Derby St., Salem. Members are admitted free of charge. General admission is $10. Some parking is available. Those interested in attending may visit https://store.7gables.org/Events.aspx; email jarrison@7gables.org; or call 978-306-7003. “It’s very interesting to do this talk in Salem,” says Dorau. “There are people who believe in spirit photography and there are still spirit photography businesses in the region. Technology and culture may sometimes seem out of synch. Things may happen on film that you might not have imagined. In fact, there are imponderables because our understanding of the world is sometimes based less on science and more on other aspects of our lives,” she says. One of the most famous spirit photographs is William H. Mumler’s portrait of Mary Todd Lincoln sitting with her husband, Abraham, five years after he was assassinated. Mumler, who Dorau will explain in fascinating detail, was a Boston photographer who began his practice in the 1860s. He is credited with being perhaps the first to capture a “spirit” in a photograph and, later, discredited by, of all people, PT Barnum. Dorau first got interested in spirit photography while working on her master’s thesis in college. She also investigated the very popular Victorian practice of post-mortem photograph. People often commissioned photos of family members after they had died. Sometimes the deceased were infants that had never been photographed or memorialized. “These photos served a real cultural need at the time,” says Dorau. Dorau, the North Shore Regional Site Manager for Historic New England, is based at the Spencer-Peirce-Little Farm in Newbury. She’s the recipient of a Preservation Leadership Award from Newburyport Preservation Trust, a Pioneer in Preservation Award from the Essex National Heritage Commission, and a Leadership Award from the North of Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau. She is also the author of “A Newburyport Marine in World War I: The Life and Legacy of Eben Bradbury,” History Press; “A Brief History of Old ... read more
    Categories: Arts & Culture, Continuing Education
    Thursday Oct 3, 2019
    Salem Farmers' Market! The Salem Farmers? Market continues every Thursday at Derby Square on Front Street! Stop on by for some fresh, locally grown produce and products, live music, local chefs and more! The Farmers' Market is every Thursday through October 17th! See you there! www.salemfarmersmarket.org ... read more
    Categories: Community
    Thursday Oct 3, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Thursday Oct 3, 2019
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    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Community, Schools, Salem Chamber Of Commerce
    Thursday Oct 3, 2019
    ''A NIGHT TO REMEMBER'' is going to be a whimsical evening of fun and support! Lifebridge Northshore is hosting their annual fundraiser on Thursday, October 3, 2019 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM at the Tedesco Country Club (154 Tedesco Street, Marblehead, MA) Tickets are $75/person & $125/couple. There are multiple sponsorships. The event will feature both a Live and Silent Auction, heavy appetizers, a cash bar, and music by the Just In Time Band. Join Lifebridge in recognizing Jim & Pat Crosby for their continued dedication to help the homeless and those experiencing poverty. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Community, Clubs/Organizations, Fundraising Event
    Thursday Oct 3, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Friday Oct 4, 2019
    Join Mayor Kim Driscoll for a night out in downtown Salem! ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Government
    Friday Oct 4, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Friday Oct 4, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Friday Oct 4, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Saturday Oct 5, 2019
    Halloween themed vendor fair throughout downtown Salem, MA ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Arts & Culture, Community, Salem Chamber Of Commerce
    Saturday Oct 5, 2019 - Sunday Oct 13, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Saturday Oct 5, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Saturday Oct 5, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Saturday Oct 5, 2019
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    Categories: Clubs/Organizations
    Sunday Oct 6, 2019
    Halloween themed vendor fair throughout downtown Salem, MA ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Arts & Culture, Community, Salem Chamber Of Commerce
    Sunday Oct 6, 2019
    October in Salem is not for the faint of heart, and we’re here for it. On Sunday, October 6th at 3pm, Ledger is bringing Oktoberfest stateside for a proper October celebration. Ledger will be alive and well with all the classic staples — think pretzels, sausages, German desserts, and plenty of beer. Local favorites Springdale and Jack's Abby will be joining in the celebrations, pouring Copper Legend on draft. Oh, and did we mention we have Liter Steins, because regular glasses just won’t suffice. So dawn your lederhosen and come thirsty. Tickets are $35 each, and include gratuity, Oktoberfest-themed snacks by chef Daniel Gursha, and desserts by Kate Holowchik. ... read more
    Categories: Community
    Wednesday Oct 9, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Thursday Oct 10, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Thursday Oct 10, 2019
    Salem Farmers' Market! The Salem Farmers? Market continues every Thursday at Derby Square on Front Street! Stop on by for some fresh, locally grown produce and products, live music, local chefs and more! The Farmers' Market is every Thursday through October 17th! See you there! www.salemfarmersmarket.org ... read more
    Categories: Community
    Thursday Oct 10, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Thursday Oct 10, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Friday Oct 11, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Saturday Oct 12, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Monday Oct 14, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Tuesday Oct 15, 2019
    Contrary to popular belief, print is alive and remains one of the best ways to showcase your business and move the needle. At Sperling Interactive, learn the fundamentals of print design to create marketing collateral that will attract your ideal customers and clients. This fall, join Sperling Academy: Marketing Seminars under the Lights! Designed to enhance their clients’ success, Sperling Academy includes five events that explore digital trends in marketing and website development. Learn more and register for our seminars here. If you register for The Do’s and Don’ts of Web Design, Designing for Print, Online Advertising & Tracking, and Ranking High: Growing Your Business With SEO, you’ll receive a reduced rate! This fall, join us at Sperling Academy: Marketing Seminars under the Lights! Designed to enhance our clients’ success, Sperling Academy includes five events that explore digital trends in marketing and website development. Learn more and register for our seminars here. If you register for The Do’s and Don’ts of Web Design, Designing for Print, Online Advertising & Tracking, and Ranking High: Growing Your Business With SEO, you’ll receive a reduced rate! ... read more
    Categories: Arts & Culture, Continuing Education
    Tuesday Oct 15, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Tuesday Oct 15, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community, Schools, Continuing Education
    Tuesday Oct 15, 2019
    A Talk About Design walking tour, presented by Historic Salem, Inc. We all know that house. It's always walked by a little bit faster and talked about in hushed tones. It has an uneasy presence that can't be explained, almost like it's cursed. Yet it's captivating - anything could have happened in there; it's easily thrilling to imagine what did. We're familiar with their use in movies and TV like Hocus Pocus, the Addams Family, Psycho, and It. But long before the old Victorian house became synonymous with fear and mystery, it was just a house: grand and modern, a product representing its time. On this walking tour we'll trace how the Victorian style became associated with horror and why it captivates the dark side of our imagination. ... read more
    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Tuesday Oct 15, 2019
    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 Oct 16, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Wednesday Oct 16, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Wednesday Oct 16, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Wednesday Oct 16, 2019
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    Categories: Community, Government, Salem Chamber Of Commerce
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    Thursday Oct 17, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Thursday Oct 17, 2019
    Salem Farmers' Market! The Salem Farmers? Market continues every Thursday at Derby Square on Front Street! Stop on by for some fresh, locally grown produce and products, live music, local chefs and more! The Farmers' Market is every Thursday through October 17th! See you there! www.salemfarmersmarket.org ... read more
    Categories: Community
    Thursday Oct 17, 2019
    Harborlight Community Partners will gather on October 17th, 2019 at the Willowdale Estate with friends and partners for their annual celebration. Re-Imagining Community: Rooted in Kindness & Courage will be an evening to gather, network, and renew our commitment to those in need of a home. They are especially pleased to announce their honoree, Mr Paul Lanzikos. Paul's trailblazing work spans almost 50 years in providing and advancing healthcare, social services, and housing resouces to older adults and persons with disabilities throughout the Commonwealth and North Shore. Paul was also instrumental in the formation of HCP, even serving as their first Board President. In addition, they are honored to be joined by special guests former Governor Michael and Mrs. Dukakis, to speak about Paul and his achievements. They hope you will be part of this special evening to support their housing mission, as they Re-Imagine Community together. With your sponsorship or ad purchase (as part of their event program book) you will be among community leaders who are invested in HCP and the Re-Imagining of our community. A home is everything. As we face a housing crisis across our state and our region, now is the time to be part of something that has the power to transform lives - today and for future generations. They ask for your support and partnership - the work cannot be done alone - and we hope we can count on your to join them. ... read more
    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Community, Fundraising Event
    Thursday Oct 17, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Thursday Oct 17, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Thursday Oct 17, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Friday Oct 18, 2019
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    Friday Oct 18, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Saturday Oct 19, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Sunday Oct 20, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Monday Oct 21, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Tuesday Oct 22, 2019
    Please join us and be inspired by a survivor of domestic violence who will share her story. Be a part of the solution by contributing to our Fund-A-Need Auction with Guest Auctioneer State Representative Paul Tucker. Purchase your tickets today and be inspired by a survivor of domestic violence who will share her story. Be a part of the solution by contributing to our Fund-a-Need Auction with Guest Auctioneer State Representative Paul Tucker. Learn more by visiting hawcdv.org/breakfast. Thank to our event sponsors Coldwell Banker Residential Cares, Eastern Bank, Hemenway & Barnes and Sentinel Benefits & Financial Group. ... read more
    Categories: Community, Fundraising Event
    Tuesday Oct 22, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Tuesday Oct 22, 2019
    A Talk About Design walking tour, presented by Historic Salem, Inc. We all know that house. It's always walked by a little bit faster and talked about in hushed tones. It has an uneasy presence that can't be explained, almost like it's cursed. Yet it's captivating - anything could have happened in there; it's easily thrilling to imagine what did. We're familiar with their use in movies and TV like Hocus Pocus, the Addams Family, Psycho, and It. But long before the old Victorian house became synonymous with fear and mystery, it was just a house: grand and modern, a product representing its time. On this walking tour we'll trace how the Victorian style became associated with horror and why it captivates the dark side of our imagination. ... read more
    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Tuesday Oct 22, 2019
    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 Oct 23, 2019
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    Thursday Oct 24, 2019
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    Thursday Oct 24, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Holiday
    Thursday Oct 24, 2019
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    Thursday Oct 24, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Thursday Oct 24, 2019
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    Friday Oct 25, 2019
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    Friday Oct 25, 2019
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    Friday Oct 25, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Saturday Oct 26, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Sunday Oct 27, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Monday Oct 28, 2019
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    Monday Oct 28, 2019
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    Categories: Community
    Tuesday Oct 29, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Tuesday Oct 29, 2019
    A Talk About Design walking tour, presented by Historic Salem, Inc. We all know that house. It's always walked by a little bit faster and talked about in hushed tones. It has an uneasy presence that can't be explained, almost like it's cursed. Yet it's captivating - anything could have happened in there; it's easily thrilling to imagine what did. We're familiar with their use in movies and TV like Hocus Pocus, the Addams Family, Psycho, and It. But long before the old Victorian house became synonymous with fear and mystery, it was just a house: grand and modern, a product representing its time. On this walking tour we'll trace how the Victorian style became associated with horror and why it captivates the dark side of our imagination. ... read more
    Categories: Arts & Culture
    Tuesday Oct 29, 2019
    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 Oct 30, 2019
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    Wednesday Oct 30, 2019
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    Thursday Oct 31, 2019
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    Thursday Oct 31, 2019
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    Categories: Festivals & Celebrations, Fundraising Event
    Thursday Oct 31, 2019
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    Thursday Oct 31, 2019
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    Friday Nov 1, 2019
    The North Shore Coalition, a forum of municipal leaders from 18 cities and towns on the North Shore, will present their vision for transportation in the region on Friday, November 1, 2019. At this event Coalition members will unveil the vision - which includes goals, action items, and ways to measure progress - and discuss financing opportunities and goals. ... read more
    Categories: Community, Government
    Friday Nov 1, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Saturday Nov 2, 2019
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    Categories: Community, Continuing Education
    Saturday Nov 2, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Tuesday Nov 5, 2019
    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 Nov 6, 2019
    The event is open to all Veterans and the public! Register for the professional development workshops and get the opportunity to interact with recruiters. In the afternoon meet eighteen hiring businesses! Don’t miss out on this FREE amazing opportunity to jump start your job search! ... read more
    Categories: Community
    Thursday Nov 7, 2019
    With Quest in The Nest, we are bringing our experience and expertise on a journey to guide businesses and nonprofits on their marketing strategy. We will be holding free, customized half-hour marketing consultations in our very own bird’s nest. Don’t know what our bird’s nest is? You’ll have to sign up to find out! This fall, join us at Sperling Academy: Marketing Seminars under the Lights! Designed to enhance our clients’ success, Sperling Academy includes five events that explore digital trends in marketing and website development. Learn more and register for our seminars below. If you register for The Do’s and Don’ts of Web Design, Designing for Print, Online Advertising & Tracking, and Ranking High: Growing Your Business With SEO, you’ll receive a reduced rate! ... read more
    Categories: Arts & Culture, Continuing Education
    Thursday Nov 7, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Thursday Nov 7, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community, Schools, Continuing Education
    Tuesday Nov 12, 2019
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    Categories: Salem Chamber Of Commerce
    Tuesday Nov 12, 2019
    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 Nov 14, 2019
    There are so many places to advertise online these days, it can be hard to know not just where to advertise your business, but also how to track your efforts to see if they’re working. In our upcoming seminar, Online Advertising & Tracking, we will go over the different platforms and how to come up with a strategy. This fall, join us at Sperling Academy: Marketing Seminars under the Lights! Designed to enhance our clients’ success, Sperling Academy includes five events that explore digital trends in marketing and website development. Learn more and register for our seminars below. If you register for The Do’s and Don’ts of Web Design, Designing for Print, Online Advertising & Tracking, and Ranking High: Growing Your Business With SEO, you’ll receive a reduced rate! This fall, join us at Sperling Academy: Marketing Seminars under the Lights! Designed to enhance our clients? success, Sperling Academy includes five events that explore digital trends in marketing and website development. Learn more and register for our seminars below. If you register for The Do?s and Don?ts of Web Design, Designing for Print, Online Advertising & Tracking, and Ranking High: Growing Your Business With SEO, you?ll receive a reduced rate! ... read more
    Categories: Arts & Culture, Continuing Education
    Thursday Nov 14, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Thursday Nov 14, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture, Community
    Sunday Nov 17, 2019
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    Categories: Arts & Culture
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