Salem is a vibrant city that actively celebrates history, progress, and community. From our Haunted Happenings information booth to the hugely successful Salem Farmers’ Market, Salem Main Streets implements initiatives that make downtown Salem an amazing destination for visitors, a dynamic environment for local business, and a wonderful home for our residents.
Pickering Wharf, home of the Salem Spice Trade, is about to get even spicier! You’re invited to attend “Fire and Spice”, a fundraiser event for the Salem Arts Festival, this Thursday, April 24, starting at 7:30 p.m. at Finz Seafood and Grill at 76 Wharf Street, Salem, MA 01970. What is “Fire and Spice”? “Fire [...]
“Celebrities and TV icons” will flood the streets of Salem on April17th as the Peabody Essex Museum presents “Tune In“, its next episode of the highly popular monthly PEM/PM open late party series. The theme is a tribute to pop culture, especially 1960s TV sitcoms. Of course the attendees will really be the general public [...]
Casting a spotlight on Indian arts and culture since 2009, the Peabody Essex Museum once again offers a diverse weekend of activities on April 5th and 6th for the Sensational India! Festival. The festival celebrates an unparalleled 200-year legacy of cultural exchange with India presented as a vibrant array of dance and music performances, art-making [...]
Autism Speaks will be holding their annual “Light It Up Blue” national campaign tomorrow to raise awareness about autism, and Salem is stepping up. Each April 2, Autism Speaks celebrates “Light It Up Blue” along with the international autism community, in commemoration of the United Nations-sanctioned World Autism Awareness Day. In honor of this day [...]
Hot on the heels of our first Business Spotlight, Salem Main Streets is pleased to introduce another new monthly feature – Citizen of the Month! The intent of this feature will be to spotlight individuals who are going above and beyond to make Salem a great community in which to live, work, and play. Hopefully, [...]