North Shore Community Calendar

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North Shore Community Calendar

Saturday, Sept. 19

BEVERLY: Bob-a-Palooza, 7 to 11 p.m., Vittori-Rocci Post, 143 Brimbal Ave. Fundraiser to support Beverly internal Bobby Forster in his quarrel opposite ALS. There will be music, games, raffles, a “Bob Gear” caricaturist and some special surprises. $15 per chairman during a door.

Swampscott: Arts and Crafts Fair, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Church of a Holy Name, dilemma of Monument Avenue and Thomas Road. Local artists and crafters will sell their wares, including handmade jewelry, detailed note paper, dress scarves, selected angel gardens, crocheted doilies, knitted items, receptacle bags, place mats and one-of-a-kind crafts. There will also be a baked-goods table, light lunch and raffle. All are welcome. www.churchoftheholyname.com.

Salem: Athenaeum’s annual Book Sale, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Salem Athenaeum, 337 Essex St. Salem Athenaeum binds a annual book sale to advantage a Athenaeum’s collections and educational programs. Public welcome. salemathenaeum.net, 978-744-2540.

Salem: Book Swap, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Senior Center, 5 Broad St. SalemRecycles presents a giveaway book swap, including CDs, DVDs, VCR tapes and nod cards. No barter necessary. Drop off, take divided or both. All leftover materials will be donated or recycled. Donations supposed before noon on Saturday. salem.com/recycling, 978-619-5679.

Salem: Ice Cream Social, 2 to 4 p.m., Emmerton House Garden, 12 Hawthorne Blvd. Ice cream amicable to advantage a Woman’s Friend Society, that works to yield a protected home for operative women and students. Create-your-own sundaes with Treadwell’s Ice Cream. All are welcome. $5 per chairman for sum ice cream. Rain or shine.

Beverly: Block Party, 5:30 to 9:30 p.m., Cabot Street. Beverly Main Streets binds a downtown travel party, The Block. One retard of Cabot Street will be closed. Enjoy live bands behaving all night and food, drink and booze sole by internal restaurants. $5 suggested concession per adult during a gate. Cash only. No pets, bikes, skateboards or Rollerblades. Bags might be theme to inspection. 978-922-8558, www.beverlymainstreets.org.

Sunday, Sept. 20

Peabody: International Festival and Kids Day Celebration, 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Peabody Square. The city of Peabody celebrates a racial birthright with some-more than 60 food and vaunt booths. Festivities embody authentic unfamiliar dishes and singular cuisine, continual party during 3 sites, art by some-more than 50 internal artists on arrangement in a Artist’s Galleria, games, moon bounces, party and some-more for all ages. Admission is open to a open and giveaway for all events; fees for food and activities vary. Rain date, Sept. 27. Free parking and convey available. www.peabodyinternationalfestival.com.

Salem: Athenaeum’s annual Book Sale, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Salem Athenaeum, 337 Essex St. Salem Athenaeum binds a annual book sale to advantage a Athenaeum’s collections and educational programs. Free classroom books for teachers with ID during Sunday clearway hours; for all others, a cost is $3 per bag. Public welcome. salemathenaeum.net, 978-744-2540.

Peabody: Latin Drumming during a International Festival, 2:30 to 4:30 p.m., Main Branch, courtyard, 82 Main St. Participate in a hands-on Latin Drumming Circle with Greg Coles as partial of Peabody’s International Festival.

Salem: Taste of a Gables, 5 p.m., The House of a Seven Gables, 115 Derby St. The eventuality takes place on a oceanfront grass and facilities tastings from gifted internal chefs, vendors, awards, auctions and more. Tickets are $80 for members and $100 for non-members during www.7gables.org.

Monday, Sept. 21

Peabody: “Code Name: Butterflies,” 6:30 to 8 p.m., Main Branch, 82 Main St. View and plead a documentary film “Code Name: Butterflies” as partial of a library’s Big Read programming. Salem State University highbrow Stephenie Young will promote a contention following a film. www.peabodylibrary.org.

Tuesday, Sept. 22

Peabody: “99.9 percent True Storytelling Workshops,” 10 to 11:30 a.m., West Branch, 603 Lowell St. The third of 4 workshops for adults with storyteller Alicia Quintano as partial of Peabody Library’s Big Read program. Participants are speedy to daub their memories (and imaginations) to emanate brief noted pieces from their possess experience. Space is limited; pointer adult during www.peabodylibrary.org. Workshops continue Sept. 29.

Peabody: AARP Meeting, 1 p.m., Peter Torigian Community Life Center, 79 Central St. Patricia Bergeron presents “Healing Partnership” during a Greater Peabody Chapter AARP meeting. Everyone, age 50 and older, is invited to attend a assembly and join a chapter. Refreshments and a amicable hour will follow a business apportionment of a meeting.

Wednesday, Sept. 23

Salem: Seven Lectures during Seven Gables, 6 p.m., The House of a Seven Gables, Visitor Center, 115 Derby St. The 2015 Seven Lectures during Seven Gables array continues with Julia Alvarez deliberating “In a Time of a Butterflies/En el Tiempo de las Mariposas.” Free/members, $15 non-members. 978-744-0991, 7gables.org.

Thursday, Sept. 24

Peabody: Dominican Street Dance, 6 to 7 p.m., West Branch, 603 Lowell St. The library presents a final Dominican Street Dance category with Greg Coles as partial of a Big Read programming. Learn authentic Dominican dances. Space is limited; pointer adult during www.peabodylibrary.org.

Salem: 1970s Soiree, 7 p.m., Hawthorne Hotel Ballroom, 18 Washington Square. Salem Theatre will reason a ’70s-themed gala in jubilee and support of “The Rocky Horror Show,” that opens Oct. 15 during Old Town Hall, 32 Derby Square. Event facilities all-night appetizers, DJ, wordless auction, and more. Although optional, attendees are speedy to wear ’70s glam-punk couture; boas accessible during a door. $50 person, accessible during www.salemtheatre.com.

Friday, Sept. 25

Ipswich: High Street Ladies’ Art Show and Sale, 5 to 8 p.m., Hall-Haskell House, 36 South Main St. Public invited to accepting and sale featuring High Street Ladies’ watercolors, photography and mixed-media art. Sale and uncover continue Sept. 26 and 27, noon to 4 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 26

Ipswich: High Street Ladies’ Art Show and Sale, noon to 4 p.m., Hall-Haskell House, 36 South Main St. Public invited to accepting and sale featuring High Street Ladies’ watercolors, photography and mixed-media art. Sale and uncover continue Sept. 27, noon to 4 p.m.

Sunday, Sept. 27

Ipswich: High Street Ladies’ Art Show and Sale, noon to 4 p.m., Hall-Haskell House, 36 South Main St. Public invited to accepting and sale featuring High Street Ladies’ watercolors, photography and mixed-media art.

Monday, Sept. 28

Peabody: North Sea Gas Concert, 7 to 8 p.m., Main Branch, Sutton Room, 82 Main St. North Sea Gas, a Scottish folk rope featuring Dave Gilfillan, Ronnie McDonald and Grant Simpson, will perform. One of Scotland’s many renouned bands, North Sea Gas entertains with guitars, mandolin, fiddle, bouzouki, bodhran, whistles, banjo, and good vocals featuring extensive three-part harmonies. www.peabodylibrary.org.

Tuesday, Sept. 29

Peabody: “99.9 percent True Storytelling Workshops,” 10 to 11:30 a.m., West Branch, 603 Lowell St. The final of 4 workshops for adults with storyteller Alicia Quintano as partial of Peabody Library’s Big Read programming. Participants are speedy to daub their memories (and imaginations) to emanate brief noted pieces from their possess experience. Space is limited; pointer adult during www.peabodylibrary.org.

Peabody: “We’re Booked” Family Unplugged Nights, 6 to 7 p.m., West Branch, 603 Lowell St. Family Unplugged Nights take place on a final Tuesday of any month. Enjoy pajama parties, Lego fun, crafts, sing-alongs, movies, hulk games, bingo, art activities and more. Register during 978-535-3354, ext. 15, or www.peabodylibrary.org.

Wednesday, Sept. 30

Peabody: “In a Time of a Butterflies” contention in Spanish, 7 to 8 p.m., Main Branch, 82 Main St. A contention of Julia Alvarez’s “In a Time of a Butterflies,” facilitated by Salem State highbrow Fatima Serra. Discussion will take place wholly in Spanish. Event includes Caribbean food. Part of a library’s Big Read programming. Sign adult during www.peabodylibrary.org.

Saturday, Oct. 3

Salem: Holiday Bazaar, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sainte Anne’s School, 11 Cleveland St. Sainte Anne Parish binds a 34th annual Holiday Bazaar featuring raffles, baked goods, knitted items, a Holy Name Grocery Wheel, split-the-pot raffles, a break bar and more. All are welcome. www.stannesalem.com.

Peabody: Autumn Story Walk, 10 to 11 a.m., Cy Tenny Park. Meet during Cy Tenny Park (Lt. Ross) where a bike route begins. Walk a bike route together reading a story along a way. All ages welcome. Weather permitting. Registration compulsory during www.peabodylibrary.org or 978-535-3354, ext. 15.

Salem: Outdoor Film Screening, 7 p.m., Derby Wharf. National Park Service presents a giveaway outside arrangement of “Master and Commander: The Far Side of a World.” The chronological play chronicles a 1805 adventures of a H.M.S Surprise and stars Russell Crowe and Paul Bettany. The film will be projected on a extraneous of a ancestral Pedrick Store House. The park’s reproduction tall-ship, Friendship of Salem, will also be open for special dusk hours from 5 to 6:30 p.m. www.nps.gov/sama, 978-740-1650.

Sunday, Oct. 4

Salem: Holiday Bazaar, 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sainte Anne’s School, 11 Cleveland St. Sainte Anne Parish binds a 34th annual Holiday Bazaar featuring raffles, baked goods, knitted items, a Holy Name Grocery Wheel, split-the-pot raffles, a break bar and more. All are welcome. www.stannesalem.com.

Monday, Oct. 5

Peabody: Crafternoon: Duct Tape Accessories, 4 to 5 p.m., Main Branch, Teen Room, 82 Main St. Come make something. Once a month, tackle a artistic do-it-yourself plan to take home; locker and room decorations, smashbook scrapbooks, channel fasten wallets and earbud holders, and more. Supplies provided. For grades 6 by 12. Sign adult during www.peabodylibrary.org.

Tuesday, Oct. 6

Peabody: Literatea, 10 to 11 a.m., West Branch, 603 Lowell St. Join a members of Literatea to try a new loose-leaf tea and excavate into what’s new in books. Library staff will plead new titles, news from a book universe and recommendations on what should be review next. Bring book suggestions. Sign adult during www.peabodylibrary.org. Group meets once a month.

Peabody: Email for iPad and iPhone, 2 to 2:45 p.m., Main Branch, 82 Main St. Discover some tips and tricks to regulating a internal email app on an iPhone and/or iPad device. Class for people who already have their email accounts set up. To learn how to set adult email on a device, attend one of a library’s Computer Lab Practice sessions. www.peabodylibrary.org.

Peabody: Discover Boston’s Forgotten History: 1630-1730, 7 to 8:15 p.m., Main Branch, Sutton Room, 82 Main St. Learn about Boston’s infirm decades, critical sites in a town, and what Bostonians cared about and how they lived. Find out about a critical organisation and women of a time, such as Gov. John Winthrop; Anne Hutchinson, whose eremite views shook a immature colony; and William Blaxton, a initial European settler of Boston. www.peabodylibrary.org.

Saturday, Oct. 10

Peabody: Cosplay Meetup, 2 to 5 p.m., Main Branch, Creativity Lab, 82 Main St. Monthly meetup organisation for anyone meddlesome in cosplay, a art of formulating and wearing costumes of illusory characters. Work on costumes regulating accessible equipment, including sewing machines, 3D printers and more. Share ideas and tips with associate cosplayers. Attendees of all knowledge and ability levels welcome. www.peabodylibrary.org.

Tuesday, Oct. 13

Peabody: Getting Started with Pinterest, 2 to 3 p.m., Main Branch, 82 Main St. Pinterest is a amicable media site where we can simply find, save and share ideas online regulating visuals. Learn how to emanate an comment and try anything from around-the-house projects to hobbies to recipes, and how to share these ideas with friends or colleagues. www.peabodylibrary.org.

Peabody: Intro to Laser Cutting, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Main Branch, Creativity Lab, 82 Main St. A laser knife is a appurtenance than can cut or engrave text, drawings, photos or other designs into all sorts of materials, from timber to plexiglass to leather. This two-hour eventuality will learn we how to use a laser knife safely and effectively, and we will leave with a finished piece. Materials provided. Ages 16 to adults. Space is limited; pointer adult during www.peabodylibrary.org.

Peabody: New England and a China Trade, 7 to 8:30 p.m., Main Branch, Sutton Room, 82 Main St. Dane Morrison, Salem State story professor, will plead his book “True Yankees,” that draws on private journals, letters, ships’ logs, memoirs, and journal accounts to snippet America’s beginning encounters on a tellurian theatre by a refreshing practice of 5 Yankee seafarers. www.peabodylibrary.org.

Wednesday, Oct. 14

Peabody: The Mill Girls of Lowell, 1 p.m., Peabody Historical Society, 35 Washington St. Douglas Stewart, a publisher and historian, will plead a Mill Girls of Lowell. www.peabodyhistorical.org.

Thursday, Oct. 15

Peabody: Craft a “Brag Book,” 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., South Branch, 78 Lynn St. Using envelopes and embellishments, emanate a “brag book,” a purse-sized, unstable print manuscript estimable of bragging about. Program led by crafter Evelyn Rauseo. Library will yield scrabooking embellishments, though participants might move their own. Free; open to a public. Space is limited; registration compulsory during www.peabodylibrary.org or 978-531-3380.

Saturday, Oct. 17

Peabody: Pumpkin Decorating, 10:30 a.m. to noon, South Branch, 78 Lynn St. Kids ages 5 to 12 are invited to adorn pumpkins any approach they choose. Art reserve and pumpkins provided. Once a pumpkin is complete, it can go on arrangement inside a library. Decorated pumpkins might be picked adult any time during a week of Oct. 26 to take home in time for Halloween. Free; registration compulsory during www.peabodylibrary.org or 978-531-3380.

Danvers: An Evening of Rhythm and Blues, 6:15 p.m., Christ a Redeemer Anglican Church, 188 Elliott St. An Evening of Rhythm and Blues featuring a Parker Wheeler Blues Band, refreshments, including normal Bolivian desserts, and a wordless auction. $25 person. Event hold memory of Greg Russo, a parishioner who died while portion during a Niños criminal Valor orphanages in Cochabamba Bolivia final year. All deduction from a eventuality will go toward purchasing land for Niños criminal Valor to build an comprehensive complex. Tickets and details: Shaina Decker, shaina@corporatecasuals.com; Kurt Decker, kurthdecker@gmail.com.

Sunday, Oct. 18

Peabody: IACC 80th anniversary open house, noon to 6 p.m., Italian American Citizens Club, 7 Blaney Ave. The bar will applaud a 80th anniversary with a giveaway open house, that includes homemade Italian food, raffles and entertainment. All are welcome. www.facebook.com/iaccofpeabodyma, 978-531-0708 or annie513@verizon.net.

Tuesday, Oct. 20

Peabody: From a Shadow of JFK: The Rise of Beatlemania in America, 7 to 8 p.m., Main Branch, Sutton Room, 82 Main St. A 60-minute multimedia module will put a Beatles’ initial U.S. revisit in chronological context, with sold importance on a assassination of John F. Kennedy and how a president’s genocide helped Beatlemania flourish. Professional Beatles academician Aaron Krerowicz will explain because Feb 1964 valid to be a singular many pivotal month of a band’s existence. www.peabodylibrary.org.

Saturday, Oct. 24

Peabody: Local Author Fair, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., South Branch, 78 Lynn St. Meet and support internal authors. Most authors will be locals of this area; all will have published works accessible for squeeze and signing. Mystery, romance, fantasy, non-fiction, children’s books and many some-more genres will be represented. Also a good eventuality for internal writers to network with other internal writers about a process, edition and more. Free; open to a public. www.peabodylibrary.org.

Monday, Oct. 26

Peabody: Murder Mystery Dinner Party: Halloween Edition, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Main Branch, Sutton Room, 82 Main St. A murder has been committed and a victim’s spook is vivid a library; it’s adult to attendees to solve a poser before they’re next. A snazzy dusk of food and fright; dress to stir and come prepared to act a partial of an trusting (or not) partygoer. For grades 6 by 12. www.peabodylibrary.org.

Tuesday, Oct. 27

Peabody: Halloween Fun: “We’re Booked” Family Unplugged Nights, 6 to 7 p.m., West Branch, 603 Lowell St. Family Unplugged Nights take place on a final Tuesday of any month. Enjoy pajama parties, Lego fun, crafts, sing-alongs, movies, hulk games, bingo, art activities and more. Register during 978-535-3354, ext. 15, or www.peabodylibrary.org.

Peabody: Halloween Party, 6:45 to 7:45 p.m., South Branch, 78 Lynn St. Fun for kids ages 3 to 9. Wear costumes and suffer Halloween songs, stories and a craft. Seasonal snacks provided. Evening facilities a dress parade. Free; space is singular and registration is compulsory during www.peabodylibrary.org or 978-531-3380.

Saturday, Oct. 31

Salem: Tricks, Treats and Treasures, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Phillips House, 34 Chestnut St. Take a wander adult ancestral Chestnut Street and join a sea chantey-singing Salem pirates for tricks, treats and treasures during a Phillips House on Halloween night. Free family-friendly event. 978-744-0440, HistoricNewEngland.org.

Salem: Halloween Finale Fireworks, 10 p.m., during a tip of Washington and Bridge streets. Celebrate a finish of a Salem Haunted Happenings festival with fireworks over a North River. www.salem.com.

Wednesday, Oct. 28

Peabody: Frankenstein’s Workshop, 4 to 5:30 p.m., Main Branch, Teen Room, 82 Main St. For kids and teenagers in kindergarten by class 12. Make pale crafts, play scary games and suffer some frighteningly tasty treats. There will be candy. Costumes and gratifying clothes speedy though not required. Free admission; all reserve provided. Sign adult during www.peabodylibrary.org.

Tuesday, Nov. 3

Peabody: Holiday Stamping Workshop: One Sheet Wonder Cards, 10 a.m. to noon, Main Branch, Creativity Lab, 82 Main St. Workshop will deliver participants to a fun of formulating cards regulating a “One Sheet Wonder” technique. Attendees will measure, cut and nonplus out intriguing pattern configurations that will emanate 5 Thanksgiving cards regulating a 12-by-12-inch piece of paper. Students will also learn how to use reinkers and baby wipes to make discerning and easy embellishments. All materials provided. Space is limited; registration compulsory during www.peabodylibrary.org.

Peabody: Giant Games, 1 to 2 p.m., West Branch, 603 Lowell St. Enjoy personification with a library’s collection of hulk games. Ages 5 and adult welcome. www.peabodylibrary.org.

Thursday, Nov. 5

Peabody: Holiday Card Crafting Workshop, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., South Branch, 78 Lynn St. Margo from Stampin’ Up! will learn participants how to emanate beautiful, professional-quality, handmade cards suitable for giving. During this evening-long workshop, any member will be means to emanate 3 label designs from scratch, holding home dual cards of any pattern (six cards total) that any family member or crony will treasure. Free for attendees; all materials provided. Space is limited; registration is compulsory during www.peabodylibrary.org or 978-531-3380.

Saturday, Nov. 7

Peabody: Cosplay Meetup, 2 to 5 p.m., Main Branch, Creativity Lab, 82 Main St. Monthly meetup organisation for anyone meddlesome in cosplay, a art of formulating and wearing costumes of illusory characters. Work on costumes regulating accessible equipment, including sewing machines, 3D printers and more. Share ideas and tips with associate cosplayers. Attendees of all knowledge and ability levels welcome. www.peabodylibrary.org.

Monday, Nov. 9

Peabody: Crafternoon: Smashbooks, 4 to 5 p.m., Main Branch, Teen Room, 82 Main St. Come make something. Once a month, tackle a artistic do-it-yourself plan to take home; locker and room decorations, smashbook scrapbooks, channel fasten wallets and earbud holders, and more. Supplies provided. For grades 6 by 12. Sign adult during www.peabodylibrary.org.

Peabody: Robin O’Herin Concert, 7 to 8 p.m., Main Branch, Sutton Room, 82 Main St. Performance by Robin O’Herin, a 2013 Boston Blues finalist who specializes in historically rich, mostly interactive concerts that embody strange and normal American music. www.peabodylibrary.org.

Tuesday, Nov. 10

Peabody: Holiday Stamping Workshop: Thanksgiving Grab Bags, 10 a.m. to noon, Main Branch, Creativity Lab, 82 Main St. Participants will use and adorn recycled paper to emanate discerning and easy Thanksgiving squeeze bags. These bags are a gratifying approach to dress adult a holiday list and can be used as place label settings, too. The bags will have a hammered and detailed front with a die-cut tag. Students will also learn how to spin this bag-making technique into discerning and easy envelopes for any distance card. All materials provided. Space is limited; registration compulsory during www.peabodylibrary.org.

Wednesday, Nov. 18

Peabody: The Great Salem Fire, 1 p.m., Peabody Historical Society, 35 Washington St. Local historian Jim McAllister presents “The Great Salem Fire: Stories within a story.” www.peabodyhistorical.org.

Salem: Seven Lectures during Seven Gables, 6 p.m., The House of a Seven Gables, Visitor Center, 115 Derby St. The 2015 Seven Lectures during Seven Gables array continues with Brunonia Barry deliberating “The Map of True Places.” Free/members, $15 nonmembers. 978-744-0991, 7gables.org.


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