Events for September 24, 2018
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Throughout the month of September, residents of the Town of Salem will receive free passes to the Museum of Science thanks to the Norman H. Read Trust. On September 8 and September 22nd, the Trust will also subsidize free MBTA train rides to and from North Station for Salem residents. Salem Mayor Kimberley Driscoll and Superintendent […]Find out more »
A special exhibition of recent work by Jeffrey Marshall Using a variety of materials including oil, pastel and conté, ink and grease pencil, Marshall works out of a studio overlooking the Morse Sibley Wharf in East Gloucester. It is one of the few remaining wharves from which Gloucester’s dwindling number of day-fishermen continues to work. […]Find out more »
Our Corn Maze is not your typical walk through the stalks – it is educational and interactive. There are 18 stations strategically placed throughout the maze with answers to a game sheet that you will be given before entering. We don’t give you clues…you need to find your way out on your own! You will […]Find out more »
Strengthen, stretch, and learn correct alignment of your body to promote healthy posture and fitness. The Pilates Method is a form of exercise based on the powerhouse of the body’s physical center. This can be done for a lifetime and is appropriate for all ages. Instructor Jimmy Raye was one of the first teachers to […]Find out more »
Beverly Farmers’ Market's mission is to provide an attractive and well organized setting for local farmers, producers of local food, and local artists to sell their products on a regular basis in downtown Beverly. The Farmers’ Market aims to support local agriculture while making healthy food available to all members of the Beverly community at […]Find out more »
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