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Salem Must-Do List

Items for your Salem itinerary.

To the Sea

A recital to benefit the Old Sloop Steeple project.

Boston Design Market 2017

The two-day market on October 11 and 12 will draw over 2,500 home design professionals and students.

Something Is Brewing at Nashoba Valley

Spine chilling attractions at New England's premier haunted hayride and Halloween screampark.

Express Yourself in Beverly

This nonprofit is helping children with mental health issues feel a sense of unity through visual and performing arts.

Halloween Themed Events from FunDead Publications

The Salem-based publishing company has jam-packed the fall with an abundance of events to get you in the spooky spirit of things.

Marblehead School of Ballet Celebrates 46th Anniversary and Launches 2017-2018 Season

The new season features fundamental workshops series in ballet and Pilates.

The Friendship of Salem

The Witch City's famed ship is set to return home by Halloween.

Summer Reading

Beautifully photographed and written design books offer inspiration for your own projects. 

The Wells Reserve at Laudholm

Integrated exhibitions and programs allow attendees to explore nature through art and science.

Ipswich Author Is an Amazon Best Seller

Andrew Boylan's psychological thriller hits No. 1.

Tech Meets History and Nature With the New TourTrustees App

The Trustees have launched a new smartphone app that brings visitors closer to the Crane Estate than ever before.

Portsmouth Historical Society 2017 Walking Tours

The tours will include four different offerings, running May to October.

Handmade Signs on Route 1

The Gloucester artist behind Fenway Park’s murals is taking an epic journey down U.S. Route 1, traveling 2,300 miles to capture a dying art and a bygone era.

North Shore Arts Association Restoration

NSAA raises funds to save its iconic Gloucester waterfront home.

Cape Ann Sculptors

Inspired by the beauty of the sea, these sculptors formed iconic works of art for all time.

North Shore Literary Tour

Discover the towns and sites that inspired some of history’s greatest literary heroes.

Rusty + Ingrid Creative Company

A couple creates art prints depicting the North Shore’s most memorable places.

Shoes: Pleasure and Pain at Peabody Essex Museum

Shoes: Pleasure and Pain ran from November 19, 2016 through March 12, 2017.

Voicing the Woods

An exhibition of Jeremy Adams’ organs and harpsichords.
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