Mayor’s Night Out- Fun for the Whole Family- Friday October 2, 2015 in Salem

SALEM, MA – Mayor Kimberley Driscoll, in partnership with Salem’s local attractions, museums, and downtown merchants, is pleased to announce that this Halloween’s “Mayors Night Out” will take place on Friday, October 2, 2015.
Beginning at 3:00 p.m. participating museums and attractions will open free of charge to Salem residents. Residents must provide a photo identification showing proof of Salem residency to gain free admission. Students may use a school identification card, bus pass, or a Salem Public Library card. Please log onto salem.com for a list of participating attractions and their hours of operation.
As part of Mayor’s Night Out the Museum Place Mall Garage and the South Harbor Garage will offer free parking to Salem residents after 4:00 p.m. (proof of residency will be required when you exit the garages).
“Mayor’s Night Out has become a great tradition for Salem residents,” said Mayor Driscoll. “October is a busy time for our businesses and this is their way to say thank you to our citizens, offering a day that lets our locals enjoy Halloween before the crowds arrive.”
Mayor’s Night Out Trick or Treat has become a huge success and all of the merchants look forward to seeing our little ones all dressed up. Trick-or-treating will begin at the big fountain by the Museum Place Mall at 5:30 p.m. and continue down the Essex Street Pedestrian Mall and around the shops in the Museum Place Mall. Then families can venture on their own and visit other participating businesses elsewhere across the downtown (check salem.com for complete listing). Trick or Treat bags will be provided by the Salem Witch Museum and costumes are encouraged!
New this year, Mad Professors James Eric Rogers and Lucas Custer will be helping little ones make Scary Hands – only for those children who are not afraid – at the Salem Arts Center at 179 Essex Street from 5:00 p.m. –to 7:00 p.m.
Also, Captain Jack, Salem’s favorite pirate, will be entertaining kids at the big fountain on the Mall from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
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MAYOR KIMBERLEY DRISCOLL SALEM’S LOCAL ATTRACTIONS, MUSEUMS & DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS PRESENT MAYOR’S NIGHT OUT
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2015– 3:00PM

 

Salem residents, with Photo Identification (youngsters may use school i.d., bus pass or library card), are admitted free to the attractions listed below. Parking in the Museum Place Mall and South Harbor garages is free for Salem residents after 4:00 pm.

 

Residents are also welcome to come enjoy the downtown shops and restaurants that evening. For more information, please call 978-745-9595 x5676.
PARTICIPATING MUSEUMS AND ATTRACTIONS

New England Pirate Museum 274 Derby Street Free for Salem Residents 3pm-5pm

Peabody Essex Museum East India Square Always Free for Salem Residents Open until 5pm

The Salem Museum Old Town Hall – 32 Derby Square Always Free for Salem Residents Open until 5pm

Salem Wax Museum Frankenstein’s Laboratory 288 Derby Street Free for Salem Residents 3pm-8pm

Salem Witch Museum 19 ½ Washington Sq. North Always Free for Salem Residents Open until 10pm

Witch Dungeon Museum 16 Lynde Street Free for Salem Residents 3pm-5pm

Witch History Museum 197 Essex Street Free for Salem Residents 3pm-5pm

Witch House 310 Essex Street Free for Salem Residents 3pm-5pm
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MAYOR KIMBERLEY DRISCOLL SALEM’S LOCAL ATTRACTIONS, MUSEUMS & DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS PRESENT TRICK OR TREAT DOWNTOWN
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2015– 5:30PM
Kids come trick-or-treating through downtown Salem! Meet us at the East India Fountain at 5:30pm. We will trick-or-treat up and down the pedestrian mall, through the shops at Museum Place Mall and beyond. Trick-or-Treat Bags, donated by the Salem Witch Museum, will be provided. Costumes are encouraged.
New this year, Mad Professors James Eric Rogers and Lucas Custer will be helping little ones make Scary Hands – Only for those children who are not afraid!– at the Salem Arts Center at 179 Essex Street from 5:00 pm. – to 7:00 pm
Also, Captain Jack, Salem’s favorite pirate, will be entertaining kids at the big fountain on the Mall from 5:00 pm. to 7:00 pm.
Participating Businesses So Far- A Sacred Place Wellness Center, Angelicas, Angels Landing, Artemisia Botanicals, Bewitched in Salem, Boston Woodturning, Caffe Graziani, Cinema Salem, Coon’s Card & Gift Shop, Coven’s Cottage, Essex New York Pizza & Deli, Flying Saucer Pizza, Gulu Gulu Café, Kandel Laura ,Lanes Skin Care Lotus Gifts, Maria’s Sweet Somethings, Mud Puddle Toys, Nikky Bergman Jewelry, Pamplemousse, Peabody Essex Museum, Red Line Café, Salem Arts Center, Salem Cycle, Salem’s Vintage Photography, Salem Witch Museum, Silver Moon Comics, Thai Place, Trolley Depot, Turtle Alley, Village Silversmith, Village Tavern

Keep checking this page for updates of participating attractions and businesses.

Read more: http://www.salem.com/node/26221

North Shore Elder Services presents Are You Ready for Primetime Informational Sessions

FREE ​informational ​seminars ​for ​Baby ​Boomers ​and ​Seniors ​presented ​ by ​North ​Shore ​Elder ​Services ​and ​featuring ​expert ​presenters

Each ​seminar ​offered ​two ​times ​for ​your ​convenience: ​1:30pm-3:00pm ​or ​6:30pm-8:00pm

Current ​Dates: ​
September ​30th ​- ​Life ​Reimagined: ​A ​Check ​Up ​(6:30pm ​only) (Still some space available) Presented by AARP
October ​21st ​- ​Medicare ​Open ​Enrollment Presented by SHINE (Serving the Health Insurance Needs of Everyone
October ​28th ​- ​Housing ​Options: ​Choosing ​a ​Home ​That ​Fits Presented by the Executive Office of Elder Affairs
Pre Registration Required
Located at North Shore Elder Services
300 Rosewood Dr Suite 200
Danvers, MA 01923
(978) 750-4540
TTY (978) 624-2244
Fax: (978) 750-8053

Boston Celtics Game vs Indiana Pacers Wednesday November 11th

Date: Wednesday, November 11, 2015
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: TD Garden–Boston, MA

 

The suggested donation is $10 for a person with a disability
(PWD) and for a personal care attendant if needed. The suggested
donation for a person without a disability is $25. Limited tickets
available.

 
All must RSVP and tickets given by RSVP date. RSVP to Grant
Murphy at (978) 741-0077 V or via email Gmurphy@ilcnsca.org
with‘Celtics Game’ in subject line. Upon receipt of suggested
donation via check made out to ILCNSCA, reservation will be
confirmed and ticket available for pick up/mailing. For more
information email: Gmurphy@ilcnsca.org with‘Celtics Game’ in
subject line.

 
At public events photographs and/or video may be taken for ILCNSCA publication. We will respect all requests to not be photographed, please inform us at time of RSVP or arrival.

ILCNSCA Annual Holiday Open House Friday December 11

December 11, 2015
Friday 1:30 – 4:00 PM
27 Congress Street, Suite 107 Salem, MA

 

Please RSVP at 978-741-0077 or check out www.ilcnsca.org for more information.
All are welcome to drop by, have a cup of coffee or cocoa, and enjoy a snack with staff of ILCNSCA at this time of year ending and New Year beginning.

 

Happy Holidays and Happy New Year From ILCNSCA!

 
Please request communications accommodations at least two weeks in advance. ILCNSCA is scent-free to accommodate persons with chemical sensitivities. Please
refrain from wearing scents such as perfumes or scented clothing.

 
At public events photographs and/or video may be taken for ILCNSCA publication. We will respect all requests to not be photographed, please inform us at time of RSVP or arrival.

Disability Unity Event Saturday September 26th in San Francisco

Independent Living Resource Center San Francisco and a Host of Partners Invite You to a Very Special Disability Pride Event

 

2015 marks the 25th anniversary of the passing of the Americans with Disabilities Act into Law. To celebrate this milestone, show our pride as people with disabilities, and look ahead to what the next 25 years will bring, San Francisco’s Civic Center and UN Plaza will be transformed, for one afternoon, into SF’s first Disability Unity Celebration.

 

Join us for live music, comedy, dance, vendors, fun activities, information and resource booths from dozens of organizations, and an all-around community celebration.

 
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH
San Francisco Civic Center and UN Plaza
11am-3pm

 

This is a FREE, family-friendly, fully accessible event for the entire community.
Join us – BART or MUNI will get you there.
For more information, check out the official Disability Unity Festival site.

 
ILRCSF is proud to work with a fantastic group of partners to bring this event to San Francisco. I hope to see you there!

-Jessie Lorenz, Executive Director, ILRCSF

NAMI Greater North Shore Annual Meeting

NAMI Greater North Shore Annual Meeting

 

September 29, 2015

 

Beverly Library, 32 Essex St., Beverly, MA 01915 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM

 

Please join us for a very special In Our Own Voice Presentation

 

  • Reception with Refreshments 6:30 PM – 7:00 PM
  • Affiliate Governance 7:00 PM – 7:15 PM
  • NAMI In Our Own Voice Presentation 7:15 PM – 8:15 PM
  • Concluding Remarks 8:15 PM – 8:30 PM
  • Gift Drawings 8:30 PM – 8:45 PM

 

RSVP at Lfdeangelo@namimass.org or phone 617-984-0504

 

NAMI Greater North Shore

www.namigreaternorthshore.org

Promoting mental health awareness and the possibility of recovery.