Learn about theHistory Week Program this Weds,
or 2/21, 10am to Noon. No commitment required. Simply learn more about how
the Society is a part of the 3rd Grade curriculum with Danvers Elementary
Schools. This will be our 32nd year!
In 2018, we will be undertaking some of the most ambitious
and important projects and programs in The Society's history. But how
much we are able to achieve depends on dedicated members and supporters
like you.RENEW your MEMBERSHIP here.
Your generous donation will stay in Danvers, supporting
and preservation that impacts the lives of people in your
community, and visitors from around the world.
For 128 years, forward-thinking supporters like you have
made The Danvers Historical Society a priority. Your commitment, energy,
and financial support are the foundation of everything we do, and I hope
you will help us show what we can accomplish this year - together.
City Seeks Input on Biking at Open House and Online
The Salem Bicycling
Advisory Committee invites you to attend the Bike Master Plan Open House on
Tuesday, February 27, 2018, 6:30 - 8:00pm at the City Hall Annex, Room 313, 120
Please join the Bicycling
Advisory Committee to view a brief presentation and participate in
interactive activities to help the City identify and prioritize ways to enhance
biking in Salem. Spanish translation services will be provided.
Family Movie Night: An American Tail Tuesday, February 20 from 6-8PM
Cozy up with a classic children’s film about young Fivel, a young Russian mouse who gets separated from his family and must relocate them while trying to survive in a new country.
Popcorn and soft drinks will be served. Hands-on history activities will be available. Families are welcome to bring additional snacks and blankets or sleeping bags for seating. Wear comfortable clothes.
Advance Pricing: Members: $3.50/$10.00 family cap Nonmembers: $5.00/$15.00 family cap
Day of Pricing: $7.00/$20.00 family cap
For more information please contact Julie Arrison-Bishop at email@example.com or call 978-744-0991 x152.
School vacation week programming kicks off this weekend and runs through February 25. Visit The House of the Seven Gables for hands-on activities based on colonial building projects, or visit the Peabody Essex Museum for school vacation week art-making workshops. View the events calendar to see all school vacation week events in Salem.
Lunar New Year Festival: Year of the Dog at the Peabody Essex Museum
Saturday, February 17 | 10:00 am-4:30 pm
Visit the Peabody Essex Museum for games, art making, and other traditions. All programs included with admission. Events include Lion dances, band performances, and a special film showing of Rock Dog. View a complete event schedule here.
The Anti-Valentine Tour takes over the Salem Night Tour. This is the perfect way to spend the worst holiday. Hear about murderous marriages, love gone wrong, and the worst Valentine's day has to offer. This tour is designed for the hopelessly single, the ironically cool, and the happily in love alike! Tickets ($13) available online.
Stay in Salem at the Hawthorne Hotel with the Valentine's Day Package (available during the entire month of February). Package includes overnight accommodations, a dozen roses, a bottle of sparkling wine, and chocolate covered strawberries. Learn more here.
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