On a dreary and grey day in Salem Ma. The Friendship returned to the Salem Maritime Historic Site at Derby Wharf to large crowds despite the unpredictable New England weather. Photos by Creative Collective.
The annual Salem Haunted Happenings Wicked Wednesdays Children’s Parade was a huge success despite Mother Nature’s best efforts to cut the fun short! This event was presented by Creative Collective and the Phoenix School in Salem MA.
Pets in costume put their best paws forward for the 2018 Howl-O-Ween Pet Costume Parade!
The City of Salem and Cojuelos Productions presented an evening of dancing and community at Mary Jane Lee Park in Salem MA.
Mayor Kimberley Driscoll is pleased to announce that Salem will hold its Independence Day celebration at the Salem Maritime National Historic Site on Derby Wharf on Wednesday, July 4th.
“There’s no better place to celebrate Independence Day than in historic Salem,” said Mayor Driscoll. “Start off bright and early at Salem Common for the annual reading of the Declaration of Independence, spend the day visiting the City’s numerous historic sites and attractions, dine at one of dozens of remarkable restaurants, and end your day at historic Derby Wharf for all of the festivities.”
The mission of North Shore Pride, Inc is to promote the general welfare and unity of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community within the North Shore, and to advocate for the acceptance of the members of the LGBTQ community by the broader North Shore community
A celebration of Salem State University Alumni at the annual POMP event. Food trucks, beer trucks, the Felix Brown Band, games and more!
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Photobooth photos from the last PEM PM at Peabody Essex Museum. Salem Photos – December 2017
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I recently had a special opportunity to visit the kitchen space in which Salem’s great Quinton Oliver Jones (1903-1999) created his fantastical paintings.
Racket Shreve, a local artist is known for his illustrations and distinguished artwork. Maritime themes are one of his specialties.
Holiday Magic was in the air at The Cabot. At this event there were cookies and milk from Jacqueline’s Cookies for the kids, visits with Santa, a book signing with “Polar Express” author Chris Van Allsburg, raffles and the screening of this amazing movie on the big screen with special effects and surprises by Retonica Lighting
Last weekend, FunDead Publications and Witch City Wicks partnered for a first-time Salem event, the Sinister & Sweet Candlelit High Tea.
An incredible exhibit exploring the X Y Z and Time dimensions imagined by the French digital artists, Adrien Mondot and Claire Bardainne