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WALK FOR HOSPICE. Sunday, Oct. 5 during St. John’s Preparatory School, 72 Spring St., Danvers. The 27th annual Walk for Hospice to advantage Care Dimensions (formerly Hospice of a North Shore Greater Boston). Registration during 8 a.m., followed by travel during 9 a.m. Rain or shine. People of all ages are acquire to attend and are speedy to form walking teams in memory or in respect of a desired one. For some-more information, call 978-223-9787 or revisit

LYNDA J. TALBOT MEMORIAL 5K RUN/WALK. Sunday, Oct. 5, Great Oak School, 76 Pickering St., Danvers. Fourth annual Lynda J. Talbot Memorial 5K Run/Walk supports The Lynda J. Talbot Memorial Scholarship and breast cancer research. Registration and parcel pickup starts during 8 a.m., followed by a start of a run/walk during 10 a.m. Registration costs $30 per person. Details and sign-ups accessible during

FALL FROLIC 5K FUN RUN. Fifth annual Fall Frolic 5K Fun Run, Sunday, Oct. 5, Lynch Park, 55 Ober St., Beverly. Part of a 2014 NERC highway competition series. The 5K competition starts during 9:30 a.m. and travels a normal Beverly Homecoming route, that starts and ends during Lynch Park. Half-mile Kids Fun Run starts during 9 a.m., and is open to all kids in grades 5 and under. Entry fees: 5K race, $25 per person, $60 family top (four max applications); Fun Run, $2. Walkers acquire to participate; leave dogs during home. Event supports Beverly Public Elementary Schools. Details and registration are accessible

STARRY, STARRY NIGHT XI. Wednesday, Oct. 8, 6 to 9 p.m., Smith Barn during Brooksby Farm, Felton Street, Peabody. The Trustees of a Peabody Institute Library and a Peabody Institute Library Foundation will horde a cocktail jubilee fundraiser with music, food and review underneath a stars. $20 ticket. Proceeds support programs, collections and services supposing by a Peabody Institute Library. Purchase tickets during a Main, South or West Branch libraries, or during


ALUMNI VOCAL RECITAL. Thursday, Oct. 2, 7:30 p.m., Salem State University Recital Hall, 71 Loring Ave., Salem. Salem State alumni Antanas Meilus, Kathryn O’Connell, Ginny O’Connell and Elizabeth Anderson benefaction a unison of arias and humanities songs. Beverly Soll accompanies on piano. Free; open to a public. 978-542-7890,

FRIDAYS IN THE ROSE: FACULTY RECITAL. Friday, Oct. 3, noon to 12:50 p.m., Rose Performance Hall, Endicott College, 376 Hale St., Beverly. The expertise of Endicott’s Performing Arts Department will benefaction a sundry talents in theater, song and dance. Free; light appetiser accepting to follow.

MANDOLIN ORANGE WITH JONAH TOLCHIN. Friday, Oct. 3, 8 p.m. uncover starts, Me and Thee, Unitarian Universalist Church, 28 Mugford St., Marblehead. Tickets are $14 in allege and $17 during a door. Call 781-631-8987 or go to for information and directions.

SUMMER BAND CONCERT. Saturday, Oct. 4, 7 p.m., Ipswich Riverwalk patio, between Market and South Main streets. Ipswich Summer Band presents a village unison as partial of a Ipswich Arts Illumination Weekend. All are welcome. Free.

SISTERS IN SONG: BROADWAY REVUE. Saturday, Oct. 4, 7:30 p.m., All Saints Episcopal Church of a North Shore, 46 Cherry St., Danvers. Sisters in Song, a organisation of musicians, many of whom are breast cancer survivors, and piano accompanist Janet Glasser will perform “A Beautiful Pair 3 — No Day though Today,” an dusk of Broadway song to advantage a Ellie Fund. The comment is a internal nonprofit cancer survivor and family support organization. Refreshments served. $20 ticket, accessible during a door.

ST. JOHN’S CONCERT SERIES: ELISABETH VON TRAPP. Sunday, Oct. 5, 4 p.m., St. John’s Church, 705 Hale St., Beverly Farms. St. John’s Concert Series kicks off a 30th deteriorate with a opening by Vermont-based musician and vocalist Elisabeth von Trapp. Free admission; donations accepted. A accepting to accommodate a artist will follow a concert. 978-927-0229,

NORTHEAST NAVY SHOWBAND. Tuesday, Oct. 7, 5 p.m., Topsfield Fairgrounds, Trianon Stage, 207 Boston St., Topsfield. The Northeast Navy Showband will perform a accumulation of renouned music, including complicated swing, stone and roll, and contemporary coronet rope arrangements during a Topsfield Fair. Oct. 7 is Military Day; active members of a U.S. troops and their evident family members can attend for free; ubiquitous acknowledgment charged to all others.

Festivals gatherings

“THURSDAYS AT TWILIGHT.” Thursday, Oct. 2, 6 to 8 p.m., Phillips House, 34 Chestnut St., Salem. Wine reception, ancestral home cinema and a twilight palace tour. Registration required. Tickets: $15 Historic New England members, $30 nonmembers. 978-744-0440,

MAYOR’S NIGHT OUT. Friday, Oct. 3, 3 to 10 p.m., downtown Salem. In partnership with Salem’s attractions and museums, Mayor Kim Driscoll welcomes Salem residents to Mayor’s Night Out in Salem. Salem residents with ID are certified for giveaway to attractions and museums, with giveaway parking in a East India Mall garage after 4 p.m. Look for “Mayor’s Night Out” signs during participating businesses. 978-745-9595.

IPSWICH ARTS ILLUMINATION. Show Opening, Friday, Oct. 3, 5 to 8 p.m., Ipswich Town Hall, 25 Green St., Ipswich. Art uncover opens during 5 p.m., with live jazz by Tom Palance Friends from 6 to 8 p.m. and light refreshments. On Saturday, Oct. 4, noon to 9:30 p.m., theater, music, art, floating bonfires on a Ipswich River, and more. On Sunday, Oct. 5, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., artist vendors and eighth annual Acoustic Brunch.

FREE PUMPKIN-PAINTING PARTY. Friday, Oct. 3, 5 to 7 p.m., Artist’s Row, 24 New Derby St., Salem. Paint a sugarine pumpkin to take home and flog off a Halloween deteriorate with a Salem Collective of Artists and Musicians.

HAUNTED BIZ BAZ STREET FAIR. Saturday, Oct. 4, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., and Sunday, Oct. 5, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Essex Street Pedestrian Mall, Salem. Salem Chamber of Commerce presents a Haunted Biz Baz Street Fair featuring apparatus singular to Salem, some-more than 100 vendors, travel performers and music. 978-744-0004,

HOWL-O-WEEN COSTUME CONTEST. Saturday, Oct. 4, noon to 3 p.m., Lynch Park, 55 Ober St., Beverly. Bring four-legged friends to Beverly Dog Park’s fifth annual Howl-O-Ween Costume Contest. All income lifted advantages a ongoing upkeep of Beverly Dog Park. $15 entrance price for one dog, $5 for any additional dog. First 100 registrants accept a giveaway receptacle bag. Event includes vendors, raffles, print station, face description and more.

BLOCKTOBERFEST 2014. Saturday, Oct. 4, 5:30 to 9:30 p.m., Cabot St., Beverly. Beverly Main Streets hosts a new, Oktoberfest-themed downtown travel party. One retard of Cabot Street will be sealed so guest can travel around, accommodate adult with friends and listen to live music. Food, splash and booze will be sole by internal restaurants set adult on a street. Local bands will perform all night. Suggested concession during a embankment is $5 per adult. Cash only. No pets. Bring MA ID to drink. Information from Beverly Main Streets during 978-922-8558,

HAUNTED HAPPENINGS PARADE. Salem Chamber of Commerce’s 19th annual Haunted Happenings Grand Parade will be hold sleet or gleam on Thursday, Oct. 2, commencement during 6:30 p.m. The march is filled with pageantry, song and a unrestrained of thousands of Salem’s students from kindergarten to college. This year’s thesis is “Fantasy.” The march track starts during Shetland Properties on Congress Street afterwards turns left onto Derby Street, right onto Central Street, left onto Front Street, right onto Washington Street, right onto Essex Street Pedestrian Mall, afterwards finishes during Salem Common where there will be a jubilee with DJ Doug. For some-more information, call a Salem Chamber of Commerce during 978-744-0004.

Theater performance

“LOUISA’S GIRLS.” Friday, Oct. 3, 10:30 a.m. to noon, Hamilton-Wenham Public Library, 14 Union St., S. Hamilton. Delvena Theatre Company presents “Louisa’s Girls,” an artistic interpretation of Louisa May Alcott’s dear “Little Women,” that chronicles a humorous and nauseating Mar sisters as they come of age in 19th-century New England. The one-woman, multicharacter uncover comforts Lynne Moulton as she transforms herself from Marmee to Jo to Meg with a voice change, viewpoint change or facile crack of a fan. Funded by a extend from a Hamilton-Wenham Cultural Council. Free; open to a public.

‘HAMLET.’ The Sea Change Theatre Company presents William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet,” a classical tragedy of vengeance, murder and madness, on theatre Fridays and Saturdays, Oct. 3, 4, 10, 11, 17 and 18, in a opening space inside Dane Street Church, 10 Dane St., Beverly. Friday shows start during 8 p.m., and Saturday shows start during 3 and 8 p.m. Tickets purchased in allege cost $15 for adults and $12 for children, students and seniors; tickets during a doorway cost $20 for adults. For some-more information or to squeeze tickets, revisit, call 978-500-3885 or email

“MAKING COMIC SENSE.” Sunday, Oct. 5, 4 p.m., Rose Performance Hall, Endicott College, 376 Hale St., Beverly. Comedian Jimmy Tingle presents “Making Comic Sense,” a humorous arrangement on stream social, accepted and domestic events. $25 general; singular giveaway seating accessible for those with Endicott College ID. Sponsored by a Beverly Rotary Club. Proceeds support internal maestro support groups.

Lectures, presentations discussions

“TENT TALK.” Thursday, Oct. 2, noon to 1 p.m., Salem Witch Trials Memorial, Liberty Street, Salem. The Salem Award Foundation hosts a “Tent Talk,” a giveaway speak on a Salem Witch Trails or associated topic.

CURRENT EVENTS DISCUSSION GROUP. Thursday, Oct. 2, 7 to 8 p.m., Peabody Institute Library, 603 Lowell St., Peabody. First assembly of a stream events contention organisation that will accommodate monthly during a West Branch. This interactive organisation will cruise global, inhabitant and internal issues of seductiveness to village members. Monthly meetings will take place on a initial Thursday of a month. All are welcome. Sign adult during a West Branch Events calendar on a Peabody Library’s website, Contact West Branch Librarian Melissa Robinson with questions during 978-535-3354, ext. 11.

“A VIEW FROM THE TOP OF AFRICA.” Monday, Oct. 6, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m., Beverly Public Library, Sohier Room, 32 Essex St., Beverly. Kerry Baser, member of Beverly’s Friendly Garden Club, presents a practical botanic debate of Mt. Kilimanjaro, starting in a sleet timberland and finale during a volcanic crater. Baser will plead a plants that are found in any of a mountain’s singular ecosystems: cultivation, timberland heather, moorland, alpine dried and summit. Illustrated arrangement partial of a library’s Monday Mornings harangue series. Free; open to adults. Refreshments accessible during 9 a.m. Handicapped-accessible. 978-921-6062,

BROWN BAG LUNCH. Monday, Oct. 6, noon, Ipswich Museum, 54 S. Main St., Ipswich. Former executive of Ipswich River Watershed Association and museum docent Kerry Mackin will speak about a changing landscape in Ipswich over a final few centuries in a context of William Cronon’s seminal book “Changes in a Land.” Free/ Ipswich seniors and museum members free, $5 nonmembers.

‘THE DUAL PATH.’ Tuesday, Oct. 7, 6:30 p.m., Abbot Public Library, 235 Pleasant St., Marblehead. Monique Illona of Hand in Hand Massage The Dual Path Institute in Marblehead, presents “The Dual Path to Finding and Returning to Your Center,” a arrangement for anyone who is on a personal route of change and mutation to comparison unhelpful and diseased patterns. Program also for massage professionals seeking to lower their work, and massage clients who wish to request shifts that start within a event to their lives. All are welcome. 781-631-1481,

“PUSHING THE ENVELOPE: AMERICAN HISTORY THROUGH POSTAGE STAMPS.” Wednesday, Oct. 8, 1 p.m., Smith Barn, Felton Street, Peabody. Lecture by Henry Lukas, preparation executive during a Spellman Museum of Postal History. Lukas presents an illustrated speak about famous events and people in U.S. story as seen on postage stamps. The story of a postal complement given Colonial times will also be discussed. Free/Peabody Historical Society members, $5 nonmembers. 978-531-0805.


RADIO 92.9 HAUNTED MOVIE SERIES. Saturday, Oct. 4, 6:30 to 8 p.m., Salem Common. Bring a sweeping or beach chair to watch “ParaNorman” underneath a stars. Free.

‘GASLAND II.’ Tuesday, Oct. 7, 7 p.m., Salem SATV Studio, 285 Derby St., Salem. The Salem Peace Committee will unite a screening of “Gasland II,” a film that declares that a gas industry’s description of healthy gas as a purify and protected choice to oil is a myth. Free. 978-740-9917.

FILM 101 SCREENING. Wednesday, Oct. 8, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., Montserrat College of Art, 23 Essex St., Beverly. Screening with artist and curator Anabel Vázquez Rodríguez. Free; open to a public.

Literature discussions

DAYTIME BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP. Thursday, Oct. 2, 1 to 2:30 p.m., Beverly Public Library, Sohier Room, 32 Essex St., Beverly. Group will plead “Room with a View” by E. M. Forster. New members welcome. Handicapped-accessible. Discussion titles accessible during checkout desk. Contact anxiety staff for accessibility of swap formats. 978-921-6062,

VISITING AUTHOR SERIES BEGINS. Thursday, Oct. 2, 4 p.m., Endicott College, Little Theatre, 376 Hale St., Beverly. The Endicott College/Ibbetson Street Press Visiting Author Series kicks off with Kate Chadbourne, a singer, storyteller and producer whose performances mix normal tales with song for voice, harp, flutes and piano. Open to a public.

A MURDER IN WELLESLEY. With authors Tom Farmer and Marty Foley, Thursday, Oct. 2, 7 p.m., Peabody Institute Library, 15 Sylvan St., Danvers. On Halloween morning in 1999, Mabel Greineder was savagely murdered on a wooded route in Wellesley. The village was serve jarred when a review incited to her husband, Dirk Greineder, a distinguished allergist and family male who was shortly suggested to be heading a tip life. Marty Foley spent some-more than 24 years with a Massachusetts State Police and was a lead investigator on a case. Register for module during 978-774-0554 or

“MURDER, MAYHEM AND MONEY.” Thursday, Oct. 2, 7 to 8:30 p.m., Beverly Public Library, 32 Essex St., Beverly. Mystery authors Susan Oleksiw, Brendan DuBois, Tempa Pagel, J. E. Seymour and Amy Ray benefaction a fun and educational row discussion. Authors will answer questions on any aspect of their craft, and pointer and sell their books, including their newest titles. Free; open to a public. Light refreshments included. Handicapped-accessible. 978-921-6062 or

AUTHOR SERIES KICKS OFF. Tuesday, Oct. 7, 7 p.m., JCC, 4 Community Road, Marblehead. The JCC’s 20th annual Jewish Book Month kicks off with “Derek’s Gift: A True Story of Love, Courage and Lessons Learned,” by Michael Tougias and Buck Harris. Harris will beam attendees by Derek’s journal. For sum and tickets, call 781-476-9909, or hit Karen Bar-Or during or 781-476-9902.

Children families

CHESS FOR KIDS. Thursday, Oct. 2, 3:30 p.m., Hamilton-Wenham Public Library, 14 Union St., S. Hamilton. Sandra Stolle teaches chess for kids each Thursday in October. All ability levels are welcome, including beginners. Registration requested during 978-468-5577. Free; open to a public.

TRICK OR TREAT WITH THE MAYOR. Friday, Oct. 3, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., East India Fountain on a Pedestrian Mall, Salem. Join Mayor Driscoll for trick-or-treating starting during a East India Fountain. Attendees will pretence or provide along a Essex Street Pedestrian Mall, a Museum Place Mall shops and beyond. Trick or provide bags provided; costumes encouraged. 978-745-9595,

GLOBAL CARDBOARD CHALLENGE. Saturday, Oct. 4, 10 a.m. to noon, Phoenix School, 90 Margin St., Salem. Monsters, giants, outrageous animals — children are invited to let their imaginations fly and join other kids around a universe to emanate hulk hypothetical creatures out of cardboard, recycled materials, fasten and more. Come with friends and family. $5 concession per team. 978-741-0870,

PUPPET SHOW. Saturday, Oct. 4, 10 to 10:30 a.m., Marblehead Arts Association, 8 Hooper St., Marblehead. The Waldorf Magical Strings Puppet Troupe presents “A Fairy Went A-Marketing,” a puppet uncover for families and children ages 2 to 7. All are welcome., 781-631-2608.

FUN LAB TOUR. Saturday, Oct. 4 and Sunday, Oct. 5, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Northshore Mall, Andover Street, Peabody. Simon Fun Lab Tour comforts fun and interactive events for all ages. Families are invited to travel by engaging, themed “Fun Zones,” that underline activities for children of all ages. Learn some-more during

FALL FOLIAGE PADDLE. Saturday, Oct. 4, 1 to 3 p.m., Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary, 87 Perkins Row, Topsfield. Join retreat staff for a peaceful paddle along a Ipswich River to try a primitive medium and tumble colors. Attendees might confront a beaver, otter or muskrat. Meet in front of Visitor Center. All apparatus and simple instruction provided. For families and children ages 6 to 18. Mass Audubon members: $13 adult, $11 child; nonmembers: $15 adult, $13 child. Registration compulsory during or 978-887-9264.

WEE ONES PADDLE. Sunday, Oct. 5, 1 to 3 p.m., Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary, 87 Perkins Row, Topsfield. Instructors Angela Walsh and Cheryl Corrado will span adult dual adults and dual children per dug-out and lead a resting paddle adult a river. Attendees will stop off in one of a backwater areas and do some dipping in a stream to observe a creatures underneath a surface. Snack during a dug-out alighting where a day’s discoveries will be discussed. Bring a blanket; honeyed provide provided. Meet in front of a Visitor Center. Basic instruction and all apparatus provided. For families with children ages 4 to 6. Mass Audubon members: $13 adult, $11 child; nonmembers: $15 adult, $13 child. Registration compulsory during or 978-887-9264.


TEEN THINK TANK. Thursday, Oct. 2, 6:30 p.m., Hamilton-Wenham Public Library, 14 Union St., S. Hamilton. Patrons ages 11 to 18 are invited to share ideas with a teen/young adult librarian to urge a programs and services designed privately for teenagers during a library. Free; open to a public.

OPEN MIKE NIGHT. Saturday, Oct. 4, 6 to 8 p.m., Community House of Hamilton and Wenham, 284 Bay Road, Hamilton. Teens are invited to hear live song and support their friends. Interested musicians in grades 9 by 12 should hit

FULL MOON AND FOLKLORE HIKE. Wednesday, Oct. 8, 7 to 9 p.m., Crane Wildlife Refuge, Argilla Road, Ipswich. Local Native American tribes named a Oct full moon a Hunter’s Moon. The year’s second sum lunar obscure occurs with this full moon; manifest in a entirety over Western North America, while for a executive and eastern sections, moonset will meddle during a after partial of a umbral stages. Hike travels adult and down dunes, by soothing sand, for approximately 2½ miles. Dress for a continue to maximize comfort, and move water. Attendees might also move flashlights/head lamps; leaders might ask for moments of sum dark to entirely suffer a moon and a shadows it creates on a dunes. $15 TTOR members, $25 nonmembers. Hike suitable for ages 13 and older. Preregistration compulsory during


HERITAGEQUEST GENEALOGICAL DATABASE TOUR. Tuesday, Oct. 7, 7 to 8:30 p.m., Hamilton-Wenham Public Library, 14 Union St., S. Hamilton. Cindy Grove offers an introduction and overview of a subscription database. Learn tips on how to cavalcade down to formula that matter. HeritageQuest contains U.S. Census Records (1790-1940), PERSI Archive (2.3 million origin and internal story periodical articles: 1800-2009), Revolutionary War Records, Freedman’s Bank Records (1865-1874), U.S. Congressional Serial Set “Memorials, Petitions and Private Relief Actions.” Free; open to a public.

CHOATE ISLAND TOUR. Sunday, Oct. 5, 2 to 5 p.m., Crane Wildlife Refuge on a Crane Estate, Argilla Road, Ipswich. Guided walking debate of Choate Island. Walk along a carriageways and footpaths afterwards demeanour inside a 1778 Proctor Barn and a Choate House, built around 1725. Continue to a top indicate on a island where a Crane Family funeral belligerent looks out over Plum Island Sound. Tour includes nominal vessel float to and from a refuge. Round-trip travel is approximately 4 miles prolonged and sincerely strenuous. $20 The Trustees of Reservations members, $30 nonmembers, free/children underneath 12.

Art exhibits events

“CONFLUENCE IV.” Exhibit reception, Thursday, Oct. 2, 5 to 8 p.m., during a Gallery during Porter Mill, 95 Rantoul St., Beverly. An vaunt of epitome paintings by proprietor artist Jessica Hartley is on perspective by Saturday, Nov. 1. A accepting to applaud a opening of Hartley’s vaunt will embody a DJ, a opening by a Sea Change Theatre Company and tours of a art studios during Porter Mill. Open to a public. Learn some-more during or

ARTIST TALK: SARAH HILL. Thursday, Oct. 2, 11:30 a.m., Montserrat College of Art, 23 Essex St., Beverly. Talk by artist Sarah Hill whose work is on perspective in “The Highest Closet” exhibit. Free; open to a public.

PHOTOGRAPHY TALK. Thursday, Oct. 2, 7 to 8 p.m., Marblehead Arts Association, 8 Hooper St., Marblehead. MAA presents a speak on framing detailed compositions., 781-631-2608.

“THE HIGHEST CLOSET” PERFORMANCES. Friday, Oct. 3, 7:30 to 9:30 p.m., and Saturday, Oct. 4, 2:30 to 3:30 p.m., 301 Cabot St., Beverly. As partial of “The Highest Closet” exhibit, these performances, in further to video and animation in a exhibit, report conflicted ways a physique is controlled, mishap is processed and temperament is communicated. Also, on Sunday, Oct. 5, 2:30 to 3:30 p.m., “The Highest Closet” Performance Art Workshop. Learn some-more during Free; open to a public.

‘INDIAN SUMMER.’ On perspective Friday, Oct. 3, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturday, Oct. 4, noon to 5 p.m. and 6 to 9 p.m. during Ipswich Illuminated event; and Sunday, Oct. 5, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. during a Hall Haskell House, 36 S. Main St., Ipswich. “Indian Summer” is an vaunt of paintings by Ipswich artist Jeannette Steele Esposito and Susan Guest-McPhail, Judith Stover, Chaya O’Grady and Elaine Caramanga. All are acquire to perspective artwork.

PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP. Sunday, Oct. 5, 1 to 3 p.m., Ipswich Museum, 54 S. Main St., Ipswich. Join photographer Dorothy Monnelly for a debate of her summer exhibit, “Special Places, Dorothy Kerper Monnelly, Photographer,” and an enlightening seminar for adults. More sum during

SPECIAL PRESENTATION: ILLUMINATING REMBRANDT’S BIBLICAL PAINTINGS. Sunday, Oct. 5, 2 to 3 p.m., Peabody Essex Museum, Morse Auditorium, 161 Essex St., Salem. Professor Henk outpost Os, former executive of a Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, earnings to PEM to speak about 3 famous Rembrandt paintings. Included with museum admission. Register in advance. 978-745-9500,

ARTIST TALK: ANABEL VÁZQUEZ RODRÍGUEZ. Wednesday, Oct. 8, 11:30 a.m., Montserrat College of Art, 23 Essex St., Beverly. Talk by artist Anabel Vázquez Rodríguez whose work unearths myth, story and sociopolitical issues by an autobiographical lens. Free; open to a public.

FLYING HORSE OUTDOOR SCULPTURE EXHIBIT RECEPTION. On perspective by Sunday, Nov. 23, on a drift of Pingree School, 537 Highland St., S. Hamilton. Fifth annual Flying Horse Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit comforts some-more than 40 sculptures by 34 artists displayed on Pingree’s 100-acre campus. Free; open to a open during illumination hours., 978-468-4415.

EXPRESS YOURSELF EXHIBIT. On perspective by Tuesday, Oct. 21, Endicott College, Carol Grillo Gallery and Desnoyers Overlook of a Manninen Center for a Arts, 376 Hale St., Beverly. Express Yourself Inc. is celebrating 20 years in opening with a “Party in a Set” exhibit. Express Yourself celebrates informative farrago and partnership with removed girl from 17 Department of Mental Health facilities. Since 1989, some-more than 7,000 children have worked collaboratively with artists, including Blue Man Group, STOMP and Keith Lockhart, to emanate set designs, visible art and opening pieces for Express Yourself’s grand jubilee during a Wang Theatre. These sets are on arrangement in a “Party in a Set” vaunt and underline large, colorful works of art, including puppets, origami fabric, lanterns, silhouettes and geometric patterns. Free; open to a public. 978-232-2655,

THESIS EXHIBITION. On perspective by Friday, Oct. 17, third building Bilodeau Lounge, Manninen Center for a Arts, Endicott College, 376 Hale St., Beverly. Thesis muster for a connoisseur module in Interior Architecture 2014 Master of Fine Arts and Master of Arts. Free; open to a public. For some-more information, hit Kevin Renz during 978-232-2202 or, or Myoung Joo Chun during 978-232-2545 or, or revisit

PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBITS. On perspective by Sunday, Nov. 2 during a Marblehead Arts Association, 8 Hooper St., Marblehead. Photography exhibits on perspective in 6 galleries during a MAA.

ART BY PEABODY TEACHERS. Eight visible humanities teachers from Peabody open schools will benefaction a organisation muster of their personal pattern by Friday, Nov. 14 during ArcWorks Community Art Center, 22 Foster St., Peabody. The uncover highlights work by elementary, center and high propagandize visible humanities teachers Cynthia DeSando, Carolyn Dexter, Penny Nelson, Katy Millman, Sara Steffensmeier, Elaine Barry, Erin Clark and Melissa Guimaraes. The exhibited media embody valuables design, photography, painting, printmaking and textiles. For some-more information, call a ArcWorks Community Art Center during 978-531-7146.

“CELEBRATING 75 YEARS!” An vaunt that explores 75 years of expansion and change of Endicott College will be on arrangement by Friday, Dec. 19 in a Halle Library Archive and Museum Gallery during Endicott College, 376 Hale St., Beverly. Gallery hours are Tuesday by Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Exhibit is giveaway and open to a public. For some-more information, hit Barbara Broudo during 978-232-2257 or

“JUDDRULES.” Montserrat College of Art presents an vaunt by New York-based artist Franklin Evans by Saturday, Dec. 13, in Montserrat Gallery, 23 Essex St., Beverly. Evans is a painter whose works are process-based earthy environments, surrounded by a source materials that surprise his paintings. Gallery hours are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Thursday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; and Saturday, noon to 5 p.m. For some-more information, revisit or hit

GALLERY AT GROSVENOR PARK. Exhibit of paintings by Susan Dodge, a Marblehead local who lives in Salem, is on perspective by Thursday, Oct. 2 during a Gallery during Grosvenor Park, 7 Loring Hills Ave., Vinnin Square, Salem. Gallery hours are weekdays, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., and weekends, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For information, call 978-741-5700.

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