The Ipswich Ale Brewery will be one stop that you won't want to miss on your trick-or-treating route this year! Swing by the brewery for free beer samples and take in the spooky sights and sounds of the brewery. Don't forget to bring the kids and let them sip on an Ipswich Soda Pop or snack on some candy while they show off their costumes!
Salem will be getting all sorts of adorable and spooky as Creative Salem and The Phoenix School, Salem, MA bring back the annual little monsters parade to Downtown Salem. The parade will start at Riley Plaza and will head up Washington St. to Lappin Park and then head down the Pedestrian Mall to the fountain stage where the kids will have a dance and costume party. At the stage, there will be kids music and performances by some character actors featuring popular costumed character personalities and more.
The House of the Seven Gables is part of Salem’s brand new Wicked Wednesdays program. Families are encouraged to check out Salem on select Wednesday evenings in October and enjoy great deals and special programs.
Kids Unlimited and The Adventures of Scuba Jack present Gloucester's Halloween Party, sponsored by the Gloucester City Council. The Fred Kyrouz Auditorium will be decked out with friendly ghost and goblins. There will be numerous events and activities including a dance contest, games, piñatas, a costume contest, prizes, free photos, popcorn, refreshments, goodie bags and much more.
Rockafellas Salem is having a party for the kids this Halloween season! Put on a costume and bring your kids to the fun in the Colonial Hall. There will be a DJ spinning some great music and providing entertainment, fun games, activities and costume contests! Snack and beverages will be served, and all children who attend will receive a goodie bag!
Tuesday, July 17
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