Mayor

Mayor Kimberley Driscoll in partnership with Salem’s local attractions, museums, and downtown merchants, is pleased to announce that this Halloween’s “Mayors Night Out” will take place on Friday, October 7, 2016.

Beginning at 3:00 p.m. participating museums and attractions will open free of charge to Salem residents. Residents must provide a photo identification showing proof of Salem residency to gain free admission. Students may use a school identification card, bus pass, or a Salem Public Library card.

As part of Mayor’s Night Out the Museum Place Mall Garage and the South Harbor Garage will offer free parking to Salem residents after 4:00 p.m. (proof of residency will be required when you exit the garages).

“Mayor’s Night Out has become a great tradition for Salem residents, October is a busy time for our businesses and this is their way to say thank you to our citizens, offering a day that lets our locals enjoy Halloween.”

Mayor Driscoll

“Mayor’s Night Out has become a great tradition for Salem residents,” said Mayor Driscoll. “October is a busy time for our businesses and this is their way to say thank you to our citizens, offering a day that lets our locals enjoy Halloween.”

  • Mayor’s Night Out Trick or Treat has become a huge success and all of the merchants look forward to seeing our little ones all dressed up. Trick-or-treating will begin at the big fountain by the Museum Place Mall at 5:30 p.m. and continue down the Essex Street Pedestrian Mall and around the shops in the Museum Place Mall. Then families can venture on their own and visit other participating businesses elsewhere across the downtown (check Salem.com for complete listing). Costumes are encouraged! Trick or Treat bags will be provided by MAGIC 106.7 and the Salem Witch Museum. New this year, the Salem law firm of Mazow | McCullough, PC will be distributing safety flasher lights to help keep our little trick or treaters safe and seen, especially during neighborhood trick or treating on the 31st.
    Also, join the artists on Artists’ Row, 24 New Derby St. for Mayor’s Night Out on October 7 from 4pm to 6pm for a free fun activity. Tap into your creative spirit and decorate a Halloween mask or a wooden pumpkin round. All materials will be provided on a first come, first serve basis and limited to one per child. This decorating event is sponsored by the City of Salem Public Space Initiative, Artists’ Row,Salem Main Streets and Creative Salem.
  • Beginning at 3:00 p.m. participating museums and attractions will open free of charge to Salem residents. Residents must provide a photo identification showing proof of Salem residency to gain free admission. Students may use a school identification card, bus pass, or a Salem Public Library card.
  • Mayor Kimberley Driscoll in partnership with Salem’s local attractions, museums, and downtown merchants, is pleased to announce that this Halloween’s “Mayors Night Out” will take place on Friday, October 7, 2016.

PARTICIPATING MUSEUMS AND ATTRACTIONS

  • Free for Salem Residents 3pm-5pm
  • 310 Essex Street
  • Witch House
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  • Free for Salem Residents 3pm-5pm
  • 197 Essex Street
  • Witch History Museum
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  • Free for Salem Residents 3pm-5pm
  • 16 Lynde Street
  • Witch Dungeon Museum
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  • Open until 10pm
  • Always Free for Salem Residents
  • 19 ½ Washington Sq. North
  • Salem Witch Museum
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  • Free for Salem Residents 3pm-8pm
  • 288 Derby Street
  • Frankenstein’s Laboratory
  • Salem Wax Museum
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  • Open until 5:30pm
  • Always Free for Salem Residents
  • Old Town Hall – 32 Derby Square
  • The Salem Museum
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  • Open until 5pm
  • Always Free for Salem Residents
  • East India Square
  • Peabody Essex Museum
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  • Free for Salem Residents 3pm-5pm
  • 274 Derby Street
  • New England Pirate Museum
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  • Open until 7pm
  • Always Free for Salem Residents
  • 115 Derby St.
  • House of the Seven Gables
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  • Always Free for Salem Residents during the summer months and September
  • 3:30 and 4:30 Performance Free for Salem Residents
  • Old Town Hall – 32 Derby Square
  • The Spirit of Salem film
  • Cry Innocent

Participating Trick or Treat Businesses So Far…..

  • A Sacred Place Wellness Center
  • Angelicas Angels Landing
  • Caffe Graziani
  • Coon’s Card & Gift Shop
  • Cry Innocent
  • Emporium 32
  • Essex New York Pizza & Deli
  • FINZ
  • Gulu Gulu Café
  • House of the 7 Gables
  • Lotus Gifts
  • Mack Park Neighborhood Association
  • Maria’s Sweet Somethings
  • Modern Millie
  • New England Dog Biscuit
  • Pamplemousse
  • Partridge in a Bear Tree
  • Peabody Essex Museum
  • RJ Coins & Jewelry
  • Remix Church
  • Salem Arts Center
  • Salem Historical Tours

  • Salem Moose Lodge
    Salem Trolley
    Salem Witch Museum
    Sea Level
    Silver Moon Comics
    Thai Place
    Trolley Depot
    Turtle Alley Chocolates
    Wicked Good Books
    Witch Pix at Salem’s Vintage Photography
    Witch Tee’s
    Ye Olde Pepper Candy Companie (open until 6pm)
  • Keep checking www.salem.com under City News for an updated list of participants.
  • Photos: Credit John Andrews/Creative Salem

 

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