The City of Salem and Cojuelos Productions presented an evening of dancing and community at Mary Jane Lee Park in Salem MA.
As part of Salem Heritage Days the clowns from Alley 54 bring their magical talents to the Salem Willows. Face Painting, storytelling, performances and a grand clown parade make for a memorable annual event.
The Annual Fireman’s Muster is a free event featuring hand pumped fire engines built in the 1800s competing to see which crew can throw the longest stream.
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Historic New England, the North Shore Old Car Club, and Fusion Blue Music joined together for the Sixteenth Annual Phillips House Car Meet, where vintage and antique vehicles are displayed on historic Chestnut Street. Visitors viewed the Phillips family’s collection of carriages, two Pierce-Arrows, and a Model A Ford. The house was open for tours, and refreshments and entertainment was provided by by King Carubia’s Hot Society Band!
Every Sunday in August, the City of Salem, and Greg Coles Drum and Dance, give free dance lessons in Peabody Street Park. As an added bonus the AMAZING kids from Cultura Latina Dance Academy, hot off the heels of the Dominican Festival in Boston performed multiple traditional dance routines.
Salem Recycles and the Bridge at 211 paired up for the first Repair Cafe, a free event, run completely by volunteers, to help you repair and restore your broken items, keeping them out of the waste stream
The Bridgin’ Gaps festival is an entertaining and educational platform for the local community to gather and celebrate the arts and the work of local organizations that are making an impact in the community.