Join in the costume fun in the Halloween Capital of the World! New this year is a 3.33 Miler for runners who want the same fun of the Devils Chase 6.66 Miler with half the run! The Creepy Clown 3.33 Mile Run will start off with the Devils Chase runners on their scenic miles through a variety of Salem’s well known landmarks including the Salem Common, the Custom House, Derby Wharf, The House of Seven Gables and more. Top male/female awards will be given out along with costume awards!
Registration ($20) and additional event details available online.
The Devils Chase 6.66 Mile Run is the best and most unique event you will run in all year long! People from all over the world venture to Historic Salem with more than 1,000 Devils donning their favorite horns with pitchforks in hand for a scenic 6.66 mile race past landmarks including the Salem Common, Peabody Essex Museum, the Custom House, Derby Wharf, The House of Seven Gables, and more.
Registration ($35) and additional details available online.
Run through boo-tiful historic Salem! Get your best running costume ready for this annual Salem Haunted Happenings Event. A great way to begin your day of Halloween fun in Salem.Let the kids join the Halloween costume fun with the Spooktacular Kids Broom Dash. Post-race awards, costume contest, music, photos, refreshments and more.
Take part in the 11th Annual Wicked in historic downtown Salem. Runners can participate in the USATF Certified Half Marathon, and participants have four hours to complete this course. The course will have a water station every 1.5 miles and there will be a ton of cheerful volunteers on the course. Everyone will receive a custom finisher medal! The event attracts close to 1,000 runners, elites to beginners traveling from all over the world. The scenery in Salem and Marblehead will make these miles fly by!
This 1, 1.5, and 2 mile swim event has been very successful averaging close to 200 swimmers each year! Wetsuits are suggested for this swim, but not required. The water is very calm in the cove, which is located in Salem Harbor. First 150 participants will receive race shirts – first come first serve basis. Sizes not guaranteed. Swim caps will be provided for all swimmers. All participants will also receive a custom finishers medal!
The 2018 Bridge & Back 10K departs at 8:00 am from Tavern in the Square! All proceeds benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem, and the first 300 receive a short sleeve t-shirt. To register ($26) visit RaceWire.com.
The Wicked Running Club of Salem is hosting the eighth annual Miles Over the Moon four-mile road race, Salem’s only nighttime race. Starts and finishes at the Bentley Academy Charter School with proceeds supporting the Wicked Youth Running Club which provides financial support for local high school track programs and the family-friendly Wicked Kidz race (scheduled for July 21).
The race course, new for 2018, will follow a seaside and sunset route through historic Salem. Runners will find some challenging local hills, beautiful architecture, and harbor views as they meander through the streets. The first 300 registered runners will get a technical race shirt and there are some other surprises in store, too. The cost is $27.00 before July 11. Race day registration is available for $30.00.
After the race, runners and their friends and family are invited to join the Wicked Running Club for a party at Brothers Taverna at 9:00 pm. Here, awards will be offered to top runners as well as a presentation for the Wicked Frosty Four Scholarship winners at 9:30 p.m.
Ocean Chic Boutique & Waterbar hosts free yoga to kick off Sunday Funday!
Meet in the park at Salem Maritime National Historic Site for a Sunday Stretch starting at 11 am. The National Park Rangers will welcome us with a brief history of this scenic setting, and then the The Salty Buddha will lead us in a beautiful flow for approximately 45 minutes. All levels are welcome!
Once your feeling refreshed and renewed, head into Ocean Chic Boutique & Waterbar for a free drink (DRINKmaple) on the house. It’s the perfect way to rehydrate post-class! We’ll also be providing you with a list of Sunday specials, live music spots, and harbor cruises. So grab your friends and make a whole Sunday Funday of it!
For those who have been treated by cancer, or who have supported a family member or loved one fighting cancer, the North Shore Cancer WALK is more than just steps that count up to miles. It is a celebration of community, caring, and confidence in cures yet to come. On Sunday, June 24, 2018, mothers, fathers, children, grandparents, friends, co-workers, teachers and students will wind their way along the 10K (6.2 mile) WALK route through Salem. For more than two decades, the North Shore Cancer WALK has brought together a community focused on raising funds for the fight against cancer. To date, we have raised a remarkable $22.5 million.
Proceeds from the 2018 WALK will be used for a new surgical robot that will bring advanced technology for prostate cancer surgery as well as benefit oncology services at North Shore Medical Center and the Mass General/North Shore Cancer Center, such as clinical trials and wellness care. Up to $1 million in funds raised for the robot will be matched by a private donor, doubling the benefit of your contribution to North Shore patients and their families.
We can all use some peace of mind and heart. Treat yourself to a cozy workshop at HausWitch Home + Healing devoted to plants that soothe the nerves, lift the spirit, and protect our psychic space. We will explore traditional herbal medicine and also the magical world of flower essences; a subtle yet powerful medicine for our emotions. We will make a soothing tea blend together to take home!
Kate Abarbanel has been studying plant medicine for over 6 years. She has studied in North Carolina, New Orleans, Oregon, Washington and Mexico! She worked as a tea blender and retail staff at Radiance Herbs and Massage in Olympia, WA for 2 years. As an empath and highly sensitive person, Kate has turned to herbal medicine and flower essences to manage her emotional well being. She teaches from first hand experience how the herbs and flowers can help us heal and thrive.