One of the best Independence Day Fireworks festivities on the North Shore will be found at the Salem Maritime National Historic Site on Derby Wharf this Wednesday, July 4th. It is America’s 242nd birthday. And you are an invited guest. “There’s no better place to celebrate Independence Day than in historic Salem,” explains Mayor Kimberly […]
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Whether you’ve come to Salem MA by car, motor bike, train, ferry, or bus, we hope you are enjoying yourselves during this week-long (Aug 1-9) Heritage Days celebration unfolding on our streets, sidewalks, harbor and grassy areas. Continuing this week, two of the perennial favorites: Salem’s Best Pizza Contest and Ice Scream Bowl. On Monday, […]
School is in session this Saturday as Education Day breaks out all over Salem Ma. But it will be unlike anything you’ve seen before. Classes are in skin care, recycling, rope making, mixology, Farmers Market, photography and more. The Salem Education Foundation is presenting the “2nd Annual Hats Off to Education Weekend” as a way […]
Oh to be a kid in Salem Ma during Haunted Happenings. We’ve had Family Days on the Common. The Big Draw in front of the Peabody Essex Museum. There is a Carnival on Derby Street. And not a week goes by that one of our Downtown stores or organizations isn’t offering some activity focusing on […]
There’s a Ford Edsel convention in Salem this weekend, and as part of their festivities the Edsel owners put their cars on display on Salem Common today. This just goes to show you never know what you’re going to discover in Salem!Hope you’re having…