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November 2020

Free Game Token Tuesday (CANCELLED)

November 24 @ 4:00 pm - 11:59 pm

Buy anything and receive $5 in free game tokens every Tuesday. Eat your heart out Scrooge McDuck! Open 4 pm to Midnight. Bit Bar is 21+ after 8 pm, kitchen closes at 10 pm on Tuesday.

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Virtual Tarot Salon

November 24 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

A monthly cyber-gathering to practice the tarot together. Learn new spreads and magical skills. Try individual, partner, and group readings. All levels welcome! *All events are listed in Eastern Time **Please email hello@hauswitch.com for information about sponsored tickets for Black and/or Indigenous folx or non-Black POC**

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“The Salem Witch Trials 1692” Exhibition at the Peabody Essex Museum

November 26 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

The Salem witch trials threatened the very core of the early Massachusetts Bay Colony. The extraordinary hysteria involved more than 400 people and led to the deaths of 25 innocents — men, women and children — between June 1692 and March 1693. Explore rarely-exhibited original witch trial documents from PEM’s Phillips Library collection and learn the true story of this tragedy as told through the voices and with the possessions of those directly involved. Many unfounded theories about the Salem…

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“Salem Stories” Exhibition at the Peabody Essex Museum

November 26 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Organized by the architecture of the alphabet, Salem Stories presents 26 vignettes about the people, places and events that made Salem, Massachusetts, the city it is today. The exhibition starts at “A is for Always Indigenous” to acknowledge the Native communities who have lived for millennia on the land where the museum now sits. It ends with Z is for Zoology and coincides with the return to the galleries of a leatherback turtle specimen captured in 1885, a favorite of…

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Thanksgiving at the Hawthorne Hotel

November 26 @ 11:30 am - 2:30 pm

The Hawthorne Hotel is offering a traditional, 3-course, plated meal on Thursday the 26th between 11:30 AM – 2:30 PM. Advance reservations are required by calling 978-825-4345. Please note, due to city regulations, the maximum number of people per table is 6. All tables will be respectfully social distanced. View the menu, pricing and reservation instructions here: https://www.hawthornehotel.com/thanksgiving If you would like to spend Thanksgiving at the Hawthorne we are offering a special promotion during the month of November: Book two…

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Salem Council on Aging Thanksgiving Dinner

November 26 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Thanksgiving Dinner Thursday, November 26, 2020 The Friends of the Salem Council on Aging are sponsoring home-delivered Thanksgiving dinners to Salem Seniors this year. Do you know a Salem senior who will be alone or unable to spend Thanksgiving with family? Contact Rosanna Donahue at 978-744-0924 to register for a meal.   The Fiends of the Salem Council on Aging are working with Brother's Taverna to provide the dinner. Volunteers will be delivering, following all the public health guidelines. We…

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“The Salem Witch Trials 1692” Exhibition at the Peabody Essex Museum

November 27 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

The Salem witch trials threatened the very core of the early Massachusetts Bay Colony. The extraordinary hysteria involved more than 400 people and led to the deaths of 25 innocents — men, women and children — between June 1692 and March 1693. Explore rarely-exhibited original witch trial documents from PEM’s Phillips Library collection and learn the true story of this tragedy as told through the voices and with the possessions of those directly involved. Many unfounded theories about the Salem…

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“Salem Stories” Exhibition at the Peabody Essex Museum

November 27 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Organized by the architecture of the alphabet, Salem Stories presents 26 vignettes about the people, places and events that made Salem, Massachusetts, the city it is today. The exhibition starts at “A is for Always Indigenous” to acknowledge the Native communities who have lived for millennia on the land where the museum now sits. It ends with Z is for Zoology and coincides with the return to the galleries of a leatherback turtle specimen captured in 1885, a favorite of…

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RSD Black Friday 2020

November 27 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Come celebrate RSD BLACK FRIDAY at the Record Exchange on November 27th from 10 to 5! We’ll have a healthy selection of the RSD LIMITED EDITION releases (LPs and 45s – LIMIT 1 of each RSD title per customer), lots of NEW restocks and some NEW releases at LOW prices and a solid selection of quality second hand LPs and 45s. It is also our customer appreciation SALE on used digital media (CDs, DVDs and BluRays) to thank our loyal, dedicated…

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Inside the Daniels House (CANCELLED)

November 27 @ 5:30 pm

This event is currently cancelled (and may return in the future) check this page for updates. Historic Salem, Inc. and a pair of very generous homeowners invite you to go INSIDE THE DANIELS HOUSE! This tour runs throughout the year and charts the changing tastes and lifestyles to which this 350-year-old architectural marvel bore witness, from the rustic simplicity of the original c1667 house to the grand Federal mansion that grew around it. This tour will explore the first floor…

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Santa’s Arrival & Holiday Tree Lighting

November 27 @ 6:00 pm

Join Salem Main Streets and the City of Salem as we combine two of our most beloved annual traditions – Santa’s Arrival and the lighting of Salem’s Holiday Tree – into one evening. Santa Claus will arrive at the top of the Hawthorne Hotel (18 Washington Square W) with assistance from the Salem Fire Department, of course. We recommend arriving to the Salem Common by 5:45 p.m. to catch the arrival. Bring the whole family out for carols, festivities, and fun!…

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Crafting at the Witchery (PICK-UP & DELIVERY AVAILABLE!)

November 28

Did you know our DIY crafts are now available to go?  Projects include make-your-own brooms, tarot boxes, Ouija boards, straw witches, divination runes, pentacle wreaths and more. Pick-up or delivery anywhere in the US. Learn more here.

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Crafting at the Witchery

November 28

Did you know our DIY crafts are now available to go?  Projects include make-your-own brooms, tarot boxes, Ouija boards, straw witches, divination runes, pentacle wreaths and more. Pick-up or delivery anywhere in the US. Learn more here.

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“The Salem Witch Trials 1692” Exhibition at the Peabody Essex Museum

November 28 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

The Salem witch trials threatened the very core of the early Massachusetts Bay Colony. The extraordinary hysteria involved more than 400 people and led to the deaths of 25 innocents — men, women and children — between June 1692 and March 1693. Explore rarely-exhibited original witch trial documents from PEM’s Phillips Library collection and learn the true story of this tragedy as told through the voices and with the possessions of those directly involved. Many unfounded theories about the Salem…

Find out more »

“Salem Stories” Exhibition at the Peabody Essex Museum

November 28 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Organized by the architecture of the alphabet, Salem Stories presents 26 vignettes about the people, places and events that made Salem, Massachusetts, the city it is today. The exhibition starts at “A is for Always Indigenous” to acknowledge the Native communities who have lived for millennia on the land where the museum now sits. It ends with Z is for Zoology and coincides with the return to the galleries of a leatherback turtle specimen captured in 1885, a favorite of…

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Saturday Ghost & Folklore Films/Discussion (CANCELLED)

November 28 @ 11:30 am - 2:30 pm

Heritage Films presents Saturday Ghost and Folklore films/discussion programs beginning March 7 and running weekly on Saturdays 11:30 am-2:30 pm at Salem TV,285 Derby Street, Salem. The films are factual and authentic with a local history flare. Dan Tremblay presents this to the general public.  By donation only. Info: 978-777-2711.

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Crafting at the Witchery (PICK-UP & DELIVERY AVAILABLE!)

November 29

Did you know our DIY crafts are now available to go?  Projects include make-your-own brooms, tarot boxes, Ouija boards, straw witches, divination runes, pentacle wreaths and more. Pick-up or delivery anywhere in the US. Learn more here.

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Crafting at the Witchery

November 29

Did you know our DIY crafts are now available to go?  Projects include make-your-own brooms, tarot boxes, Ouija boards, straw witches, divination runes, pentacle wreaths and more. Pick-up or delivery anywhere in the US. Learn more here.

Find out more »

“The Salem Witch Trials 1692” Exhibition at the Peabody Essex Museum

November 29 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

The Salem witch trials threatened the very core of the early Massachusetts Bay Colony. The extraordinary hysteria involved more than 400 people and led to the deaths of 25 innocents — men, women and children — between June 1692 and March 1693. Explore rarely-exhibited original witch trial documents from PEM’s Phillips Library collection and learn the true story of this tragedy as told through the voices and with the possessions of those directly involved. Many unfounded theories about the Salem…

Find out more »

“Salem Stories” Exhibition at the Peabody Essex Museum

November 29 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Organized by the architecture of the alphabet, Salem Stories presents 26 vignettes about the people, places and events that made Salem, Massachusetts, the city it is today. The exhibition starts at “A is for Always Indigenous” to acknowledge the Native communities who have lived for millennia on the land where the museum now sits. It ends with Z is for Zoology and coincides with the return to the galleries of a leatherback turtle specimen captured in 1885, a favorite of…

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Red Squirrel Head & Rump Set Taxidermy Class

November 29 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

In this one day taxidermy class, you’ll be learning how to skin, prep, and mount a red squirrel, head & rump set. We’ll be going over all of the details so that you learn the skills you need to start basic taxidermy. This is a great gateway into the world of this unique art form! Where: Hive and Forge in Salem MA When: Sunday November 29th, 2020 Class runs 12pm-5pm Who: Working alongside licensed taxidermist Nicole Baldelli. She is the…

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Online Lecture: The House on Henry Street

November 29 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

The House of the Seven Gables is delighted to continue to offer an annual Thanksgiving Weekend lecture in 2020. We look forward to welcoming Ellen Snyder-Grenier to discuss her book, The House on Henry Street: The Enduring Life of a Lower East Side Settlement. This illustrated talk will focus on Henry Street Settlement’s early years, told within the context of the settlement house movement: part of a Progressive-Era crusade dedicated to tackling the problems of poverty by “settling” in and…

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Sunday Bingo Bash at Gulu-Gulu Cafe (CANCELLED)

November 29 @ 6:00 pm

Drinks! Bingo! Prizes! With your host Tim Oliver at Gulu-Gulu Cafe.

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Arcade Era Karaoke (CANCELLED)

November 29 @ 8:00 pm

Karaoke at Bit Bar is a magical thing! Nick D’Amico is the best DJ around and the lights and sounds won’t let you down. Bit Bar is 21+ after 8:00 pm.

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Virtual Gemini Full Moon Circle

November 30 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Twice monthly virtual meditation + ritual starting promptly at 8pm via Zoom. **Please email hello@hauswitch.com for information about sponsored tickets for Black and/or Indigenous folx and non-Black POC**

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December 2020

“The Salem Witch Trials 1692” Exhibition at the Peabody Essex Museum

December 3 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

The Salem witch trials threatened the very core of the early Massachusetts Bay Colony. The extraordinary hysteria involved more than 400 people and led to the deaths of 25 innocents — men, women and children — between June 1692 and March 1693. Explore rarely-exhibited original witch trial documents from PEM’s Phillips Library collection and learn the true story of this tragedy as told through the voices and with the possessions of those directly involved. Many unfounded theories about the Salem…

Find out more »

“Salem Stories” Exhibition at the Peabody Essex Museum

December 3 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Organized by the architecture of the alphabet, Salem Stories presents 26 vignettes about the people, places and events that made Salem, Massachusetts, the city it is today. The exhibition starts at “A is for Always Indigenous” to acknowledge the Native communities who have lived for millennia on the land where the museum now sits. It ends with Z is for Zoology and coincides with the return to the galleries of a leatherback turtle specimen captured in 1885, a favorite of…

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Christmas in Salem

December 4

Christmas in Salem is thought to be the nation’s longest running holiday house tour. It is also the annual fundraiser for Historic Salem, Inc., an advocacy group dedicated to preserving Salem’s historic resources and educating the community on their value. This year, instead of walking into each house, we have set up a website with a pay wall. Once you have purchased your ticket, video content will be available for you to view. The homes will be numbered similarly to our in-person tour…

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“The Salem Witch Trials 1692” Exhibition at the Peabody Essex Museum

December 4 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

The Salem witch trials threatened the very core of the early Massachusetts Bay Colony. The extraordinary hysteria involved more than 400 people and led to the deaths of 25 innocents — men, women and children — between June 1692 and March 1693. Explore rarely-exhibited original witch trial documents from PEM’s Phillips Library collection and learn the true story of this tragedy as told through the voices and with the possessions of those directly involved. Many unfounded theories about the Salem…

Find out more »

“Salem Stories” Exhibition at the Peabody Essex Museum

December 4 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Organized by the architecture of the alphabet, Salem Stories presents 26 vignettes about the people, places and events that made Salem, Massachusetts, the city it is today. The exhibition starts at “A is for Always Indigenous” to acknowledge the Native communities who have lived for millennia on the land where the museum now sits. It ends with Z is for Zoology and coincides with the return to the galleries of a leatherback turtle specimen captured in 1885, a favorite of…

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