Pop Rocks Craft Pop-Up

Looking for a last minute gift for your sweet? Looking for a last minute gift to celebrate Galentine’s? Do you just LOVE supporting local artists? Check out the first Pop Rock Craft Pop Up, an exciting addition to the Salem So Sweet Festival! Artisans from all over the Northshore will be at Old Town Hall from 11-6 so stop by to get something for your loved ones (or yourself!). A sweet bag of Pop Rock candy will be given to the first fifty guests, so get there early!

Salem’s So Sweet Ice Sculptures Around Town

Last year, we had a record-breaking 25 beautiful ice sculptures that grace downtown Salem, starting the morning of February 11.  Some of the themes for this year’s ice sculptures will include the Queen of Hearts, Cinderella’s Carriage, a goat named Bella and more – including actual ice bars at Rockafellas’ and the Regatta Pub! Stay tuned for more information about this year’s sculptures.

Be sure to make plans for a special evening stroll on Saturday, Feb. 10, when the sculptures will be illuminated between by Retonica!

Visit SalemMainStreets.org for more information.

Galentines at Ledger

Treat yo’ self to a Galentine’s Day Celebration! It’s only the best day of the year.

Hey, you poetic and noble land mermaid! You’re are invited to our first ever Galentine’s celebration. Join us as we kick it –  breakfast style, just ladies celebrating ladies. Waffles for snacking and a Parks & Rec inspired libation created by the staff at Ledger in Salem. Show off your best RBF in our photo booth and dance with your ladies like Leslie celebrating her leased house.

We love you AND we like you. So get your tickets before Ron tries to shut this party down.

Event features: Cash bar in addition to one free specialty drink created for this event upon entry, DJ, brunch-inspired passed appetizers and station, RBF Photobooth, and floral arrangements by Karla Cassidy.

Tickets ($59.99) available online.

Dearest Dove: The Love Letters of Nathaniel and Sophia Hawthorne

Salem’s So Sweet weekend is all about the love, wine, and chocolate. Karen Nascembeni of the North Shore Music Theatre and Dana Hersey of North Shore 104.9 will be joined by local playwright Anne Lucas for a unique reading of the love letters of Nathaniel and Sophia Hawthorne. A wine and chocolate reception before the reception is included.

Advance tickets will go on sale in mid-November for this event at 7Gables.org.

Advance Tickets:
Members: $12.50
Creative Salem Members: $15.00
Non-Members: $20.00

Walk-in Tickets: $25.00

For more information, call 978-744-0991 ext. 152.

Salem’s So Sweet Ice Sculptures Around Town

Last year, we had a record-breaking 25 beautiful ice sculptures that grace downtown Salem, starting the morning of February 11.  Some of the themes for this year’s ice sculptures will include the Queen of Hearts, Cinderella’s Carriage, a goat named Bella and more – including actual ice bars at Rockafellas’ and the Regatta Pub! Stay tuned for more information about this year’s sculptures.

Be sure to make plans for a special evening stroll on Saturday, Feb. 10, when the sculptures will be illuminated between by Retonica!

Visit SalemMainStreets.org for more information.

Salem’s So Sweet Chocolate & Wine Tasting 2018

Salem’s So Sweet Chocolate & Ice Sculpture Festival officially kicks off with a Chocolate and Wine Tasting, on Friday, February 9, from 6:30 – 8:30 pm, at Colonial Hall, 231 Essex Street. This luscious tasting event features wine and chocolate samplings from premier Salem restaurants, stores and sweet shops.

The entrance to Colonial Hall is along the Essex Street side of the building.

Tickets are $30 each and must be purchased in advance. Click here to purchase tickets.

Salem.org