Come listen to some great music by two bands made up of Salem residents and others from Grade 7 through adult, under the direction of Cynthia Napierkowski, director of the Salem High School Band. Event takes place at the Salem Willows Shell, with the Salem High School Auditorium serving as a rain location.
The Bridge and Back 10k is a fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem . The race starts in downtown Salem Massachusetts, crosses the bridge into Beverly Massachusetts and onward tot he Dane Street Beach. Runners then circle back to Salem for the finish on Front Street. Sponsored by Tavern in the Square Salem
Kids will love Chris Perondi's Stunt Dog experience at the Lynn Auditorium! Chris and his performers train their dogs to do the most innovative tricks and stunts in the world. Stund Dog Productions is a family owned and operated company that strives to produce family-friendly shows that appeal to animal lovers all over North America! They are paws down the most entertaining in the industry. Since the creation of the show in 1999, Chris has produced over 8000 live shows nationwide and in Canada.
Peabody Essex Museum has a tons of interactive art activities for families to enjoy over school vacation week. Explore the World of WearableArt TM exhibition and let the spectacular ensembles on view spark your childs imagination. Meet a Cirque du Soleil costumer, pen a six-word memoir and compete in a design challenge!
During this teen, youth workshop, PEM instuctures will guide participants through defining a message, designing a visually impactful sign, and leading teens through the block-printing process with the PEM printmaking press.
Celebrate Easter with Highrock North Shore Church at the Saltonstall School in Salem. Attendees will enjoy a big party after the Easter service complete with food, music, cotton candy, a bouncy house, baby animals and more.
Find more information on the Easter website www.highrock.community.
211 Lafayette Street, Salem
From the four corners of the planet, the love of percussion and performance has brought together Marcelina Suchocka (Poland), Aya Kaminaguchi (Japan), Clara Warnaar (Canada-United States), and Mariana Ramirez (Mexico) as the Excelsis Percussion Quartet. These amazing women, hailing from four different countries and speaking four different languages, blend their talents to speak the universal language of rhythm with innovative perception. EXCELSIS invites the world into a celebration of percussion with its pageantry of marimbas, drums, cymbals, xylophones, and vibraphones.
Discover how movement and music can create and tell stories at Peabody Essex Museum. Interact and engage with performers from New Repertory Theatre's Classic Repertory Company. Get to know the string instrument family in a workshop and informal concert. Followed by a string instrument "petting zoo" for budding virtuosos. Create your own star projector to transform any wall into the night sky. Get active and explore sequences of movements to create and tell a story inspired by the moon.