Photobooth photos from the last PEM PM at Peabody Essex Museum. Salem Photos – December 2017
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
The Phoenix School, Salem, MA and Creative Salem brought back the Children’s parade and turned it into a parade party as part of the Salem Haunted Happenings Wicked Wednesdays initiative.
Once a year, at the beginning of the Salem Haunted Happenings Celebrations Mayor Kimberly Driscoll joins hundreds of little revelers in costume for Mayor’s Night Out. Dozens of local businesses offer special discounts and offers to residents and hand out treats for the little ones!
Our vision is to create a world class urban arts district in Salem’s Point Neighborhood, one that embraces its rich immigrant and architectural history and present a dynamic opportunity for the neighborhood’s future.
The Salem YMCA GreenSpace is a public garden run by the Salem YMCA. The Y hires local teens that work with volunteers to create and maintain this garden and school gardens across the city. Through the support of our community volunteers, the City of Salem, and generous donors, GreenSpace is able to provide free weekly produce to it’s neighbors.
Oktoberfest celebrations in Salem kicked off this past weekend with an overwhelmingly successful event at Notch Brewing. Giant tents, delicious cuisine, communal tables, games, traditional music and merriment were all in abundance as a new tradition in Salem has come to life on the South Harbor.
Over the summer Creative Salem partnered with the City of Salem, Salem Parks and Recreation and Retonica Event Lighting to host a series of “pop up” drive ins on the old Coast Guard Hangar at Winter Island in Salem MA. Here are a few highlights of the final August event in which we showed Raiders of the Lost Ark!
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.
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.