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October 2020

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

October 31

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

October 31

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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Trick or Treat Tag for Plummer Youth Promise

October 31

Trick or Treat Tag for Plummer is a great way to celebrate Halloween with our families safely, and to help support youth in foster care and find them forever families! We know many Salem events (including our beloved annual Haunted Happenings parade) and trick-or-treating may be cancelled this year due to COVID-19, so this is a COVID-friendly opportunity for our Salem youth to show off their best costumes, and a fun way for parents to teach our youth the value of…

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

October 31 @ 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

October 31 @ 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)

October 31 @ 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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The History of the Witch Trials and Halloween at the Daniels House (CANCELED)

October 31 @ 2:00 pm

Learn about the 1692 Salem Witch Trials and the origin of modern Halloween in a house that has stood witness to both. Tickets ($20) available online.

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The Official Salem Witches’ Halloween Ball: Elements of Magic

October 31 @ 7:30 pm

Join Christian Day, Brian Cain, and the Witches of Salem with guests Dragon Ritual Drummers for a night of magic, music, and powerful rituals at Salem’s most magical Halloween party! Join us as in days of old when fires burned on every hilltop and Witches gathered to feast, rejoice, and cast spells for the new year! BUY TICKETS 21+ Event – Ticket Sales are Final The chill winds of Autumn whisper to Witches and welcome strangers alike who journey to…

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Virtual Snow Moon Power Portal

October 31 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Join the HausWitch Digital Coven for a very special Samhain/Halloween/All Hallows Eve moon circle! Zhana Levitsky of Yes Wolf Spirit will lead us through an ancestor healing ritual for welcoming in a new world order for all oppressed people. *All events are listed in Eastern Time **Email hello@hauswitch.com for info about scholarships and sponsored tickets for Black and/or Indigenous and non-Black POC $13, register online.

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November 2020

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

November 1

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 »

Crafting at the Witchery

November 1

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 1 @ 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 1 @ 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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Salem Spirits Trolley

November 1 @ 12:30 pm

Salem Spirits Trolley welcomes locals and visitors to come aboard and experience and learn about historic Salem’s thriving craft scene with tastings at our local brewery, cidery, and distillery. Like our sister tour Salem Food Tours, we enjoy sipping, eating and shopping locally and supporting our fantastic small local business. Tickets and tour information at SalemSpiritsTrolley.com.

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Sunday Bingo Bash at Gulu-Gulu Cafe (CANCELLED)

November 1 @ 6:00 pm

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

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Arcade Era Karaoke (CANCELLED)

November 1 @ 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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Flying Saucer Nerd Trivia (CANCELLED)

November 2 @ 8:00 pm

Every Monday at 8 PM at the Flying Saucer teams will face off in a battle of wills and knowledge! Topics will include comics, fantasy, horror and of course sci-fi! Prizes will be given, beer shalt be guzzled, and pizzas consumed! It’ll be FUN! MC’d by the infamous Captain Wolf of ShantyTown!

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Free Game Token Tuesday (CANCELLED)

November 3 @ 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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“The Salem Witch Trials 1692” Exhibition at the Peabody Essex Museum

November 5 @ 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 5 @ 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…

Find out more »

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

November 6 @ 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 6 @ 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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Inside the Daniels House (CANCELLED)

November 6 @ 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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Crafting at the Witchery (PICK-UP & DELIVERY AVAILABLE!)

November 7

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 »

Crafting at the Witchery

November 7

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 7 @ 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 7 @ 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…

Find out more »

Saturday Ghost & Folklore Films/Discussion (CANCELLED)

November 7 @ 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.

Find out more »

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

November 8

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 »

Crafting at the Witchery

November 8

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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