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  • Peabody Essex Museum

    Mission & Vision StatementThe mission of the Peabody Essex Museum is to celebrate outstanding artistic and cultural creativity by collecting, stewarding and interpreting objects of art and culture in ways that increase knowledge, enrich the spirit, engage the mind and st...

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  • Salem CultureFest

    Together with the City of Salem, A3D has decided to undertake an enormous mission.  Salem is renowned for its witch trials and Halloween-based themes.  It has been a place where people flock to every October to be spooked, scared, and entertained.  Other than ...

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  • Marblehead Festival Of Arts

    About Us : The Marblehead Festival of Arts is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization comprised of more than 40 committees that involve a large cadre of volunteers. It operates year-round with a number of special events, many of which are fundraisers, as the Festival relie...

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  • Lynn Arts

    About UsLynn Arts Inc is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting cultural activity in the city of Lynn, as well as to encouraging community interest and involvement in the arts in the Greater Boston area. It is the firm belief of this organization that the ...

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  • Swampscott Public Library

    Hours:Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday: 10am – 8:30pmThursday: 1pm – 8:30pmFriday: 10am – 1pmSaturday: 10 am – 2pmSunday: Closed Children’s Room Hours:Monday & Tuesday: 10am – 8:30pmWednesday: 10am – 6pmThursday: 1pm – 6pmFriday...

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  • Salem Theatre Company

    Mission:Our mission is to enrich the artistic, cultural and economic life of the greater Salem region through the performance of classic, contemporary and new works of exceptional theater; to move and inspire our audiences and to build connections with new diverse audiences ...

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  • Marblehead Museum and Historical Society

    About the Museum : In 2003, the Marblehead Historical Society changed its name to the Marblehead Museum and Historical Society to reflect its museum-quality collection and professional approach to exhibits, research, preservation and education. The new name represents a c...

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  • The Grand Army Of The Republic Museum

    The Grand Army of the Republic Museum was erected in 1885 with funds raised by local Civil War veterans for what was the largest G.A.R. post in the country. Its crowning glory is the enormous 56' x 46' main hall on the third floor, which retains the original furnishings and ...

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  • The Grand Army of The Republic Museum

    The Grand Army of the Republic Museum was erected in 1885 with funds raised by local Civil War veterans for what was the largest G.A.R. post in the country. Its crowning glory is the enormous 56' x 46' main hall on the third floor, which retains the original furnishings and ...

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  • New England Pirate Museum

    The most fun-filled place in Salem. The unique and little-known history of New England sea-robbers comes alive at the Pirate Museum.Relive the adventures of Captains Kidd and Blackbeard, who roamed freely offshore plundering merchant ships. Participate in an educational, his...

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  • Peabody Essex Museum

    The Peabody Essex Museum is America’s oldest continuously operating museum. It was founded in 1799, sixteen years after the establishment of the nation and nearly three-quarters of a century before the founding of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Fine ...

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  • Salem Wax Museum

    This compelling museum is composed of eerily life-like London made wax figures that depict Salem's vivid history from its founding in 1626 through the terrifying Hysteria of 1692. Come face to face with such notable Salem figures as the famed author of The Scarlet Letter and...

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  • Salem Witch Museum

    About:- Words such as these struck terror into the hearts of Salem townspeople in the early spring of 1692 as hysterical young girls called out names. By summer, hundreds had been accused and imprisoned - defenseless against accusations of witchcraft in a society driven by...

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  • Witch Dungeon Museum

    The Most Exciting Experience in SalemThe mood is set from the moment you enter the Witch Dungeon Museum. You are there - in Salem Village in 1692, and you are guaranteed a unique educational experience with a chill or two. You'll experience the acclaimed performance of a Wit...

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  • Raw Art Works

    The Vision of RawRAW then...Over 20 years ago RAW started to place paint brushes into the hands of kids. RAW's team of art therapists began by traveling throughout Massachusetts creating art with incarcerated youth. In 1994 we opened RAW Space in Lynn to help more youth and ...

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  • The North Shore Civic Ballet

    About Us: The North Shore Civic Ballet is a not-for-profit dance company that has been providing performances and arts education to the Greater Boston community for more than 30 years. NSCB was founded in 1974 by Paula K. SHiff, the compoany's artistic director, and Floren...

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  • Salem Film Fest

    Mission Bringing quality documentary films to Massachusetts! About Us Entering its ninth year, Salem Film Fest is one of New England's largest documentary film festivals and presents a rich and diverse collection of the year's best work from all over the world. Because Salem...

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  • Marblehead Little Theatre

    History: One success in 1955 by members of the drama committee of the Marblehead Woman’s Club, ignited the desire to tackle bigger and better things. Encouraged by the response to a one act play, “The Charm Racquet”, the women decided to next produce a thr...

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  • Brook Jules Fine Arts Gallery & Studio

    About Us: Brooks jules is a contemporary gallery specializing in one-of-a-kind objects including sculpture and landscape sculpture, handmade books and cards, textiles and jewelry....

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  • Studio 21

    About Us:Established in 2010, Studio 21 is a dance studio located north of Boston in Swampscott, MA. We specialize in all sorts of dance classes for kids including ballet, jazz, tap, hip hop, Zumba and Zumbatomic.Starting at the age of two, our Mommy & Me program provide...

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  • Theatre Company of Saugus

    The Theatre Company of Saugus (TCS) is the community theatre group serving Saugus, Massachusetts and surrounding communities. Founded in 1968 as the “Town-Criers”, we incorporated in 1990 as a not-for-profit corporation. Our mission statement is “To foster...

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  • Lynn Museum and Historical Society

    History of LMHSIn 1629, Lynn, Massachusetts—once home to the Pawtucket Indians— was founded on Boston’s North Shore and remained a sleepy, rural village throughout most of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Although the first shoemakers in Lynn settl...

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  • Salem Arts Festival

    About SAFThe Salem Arts Festival promotes the arts in downtown Salem through a collaborative festival for residents and visitors providing opportunities to highlight the existing artist community and encourage general community participation in the arts. The festival regular...

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  • Salem Jazz And Soul Festival

    About our Mission StatementSupport music education! We are a federally recognized 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Donations to the festival are tax deductible to the extentallowed under IRS tax codes....

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  • Massachusetts Poetry Festival

    Our MissionMass Poetry supports poets and poetry in Massachusetts. We help to broaden the audience of poetry readers, bring poetry to readers of all ages and transform people's lives through inspiring verse. We are a tax exempt, non-profit organization....

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  • Count Orlok's Nightmare Gallery

    Salem's ONLY Monster Museum This museum is a tribute to Horror, Sci Fi and Fantasy Films. Actors, Directors and Special Effects artists are all honored here! Prepare for a delightfully creepy journey down the eerie exhibit halls as you discover characters from the darker si...

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  • Salem Willows

    There’s something for everyone at Salem Willows Arcade so bring the whole family and prepare for fun! Our classic, oceanfront arcade combines the best nostalgic favorites of the past with the latest, high tech games of today, bringing smiles to kids of all ages!We are&...

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  • The House of Seven Gables

    In the early 1900s, Salem witnessed an influx of immigrants, mostly of Polish and Eastern European descent.  Recognizing the need for social services for the new Americans, Caroline O. Emmerton began a Settlement program to support and assist these new immigrants in the...

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  • Salem Willows Seafood Festival

    The North Shore's top restaurants will be serving-up their famous seafood specialties. Lobster galore, fried clams and all the New England Favorites! Nonstop entertainment, Culinary Chef Demonstrations, local crafts and merchants, KiddieLand, Beverage Court and Fireworks!...

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  • Symphony by the Sea

    Symphony by the Sea is an all-professional chamber orchestra performing classical symphonic music ranging from Baroque to Contemporary for audiences North of Boston.The orchestra was founded when Royston Nash, conductor of the Cape Cod Symphony and former Music Director of L...

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  • International Sand Sculpting Festival

    Revere Beach Partnership organizes the National Sand Sculpting Festival and works to preserve Revere Beach as a nearby retreat for New England families. ...

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  • Country Fest

    Get Ready For a Good Old-Fashioned Country Showdown! Featuring bands, brew, and BBQ at the Salem Willows Park, Salem, Massachusetts....

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  • Antique and Classic Boat Festival

    About Antique & Classic Boats and boat shows. Also posts from owners regarding their boats, boat building, boating trips, or adventures with boats. The purpose of the Festival is to encourage owners of the grand old craft to restore and keep up their boats. ...

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  • Neverland Theatre

    Produced and directed over 170 theatrical productions highlighting the talents of children and adults as well as writing many musical reviews over Neverland's 25 year history. Created, produced and wrote the comedy musical revue BLUE HAIR TROUPE that ran for approximately 16...

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  • Kowloon Komedy

    Originally established in 1950 as The Mandarin House, able to accomodate 40-50 customers, the Kowloon Restaurant has grown to a capacity of 1200 seats and has become one of the premier multi-concept dining establishments in the United States.Enter into another world from the...

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  • Prince Pizzeria

    JFK was our young new president. Elvis, Roy Orbison and Patsy Cline topped the charts.A large pizza cost a buck. WWII Veteran Arthur Castraberti had a wife, three young children, a good educationand a great job with Prince Macaroni Company in Lowell, MA.The year was 1961 and...

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  • The Rebel Shakespeare Company

    Our mission is to create a space where children and teens can truly experience being themselves. The Alumni Rebels Almost 1,500 young actors have come through our month-long summer programs. It's not surprising that many of them have settled into a theatre or theatre-relat...

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  • Manhattan Shorts Film Festival

    Manhattan Short is not a touring Festival; rather, it is an instantaneous celebration that occurs simultaneously across the globe, bringing great films to great venues and allowing the audiences to select their favorites....

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