The annual Pumpkin Decorating Workshop is back. Bring your child to create their own pumpkin goblin or ghoul. This popular program sells out every year. This workshop is held upstairs at the Museum Galleries 170 Washington Street with the backdrop of the J.O.J. Frost Folk Art Gallery. Hosted by the Marblehead Family Fund and the The Marblehead Museum & Historical Society
Join us after school for pumpkin decorating! We will provide all of the supplies you need to turn your pumpkin into a marvelous work of art! We will not be carving and we ask that you please BRING YOUR OWN PUMPKIN. Designed for children of all ages and no registration necessary.
Join the artists on Artists’ Row for Salem Mayor's Night Out and a free fun activity: Tap into your creative spirit one of several Halloween inspired works of art such as, miniature witch brooms, pumpkins, ghosts, goblins, vampires or Frankensteins from the materials provided! Keep what you make and be creative using paints, scrap wood, branches and more!
Join puppeteer and artist Penny Benson to make a giant bee with on Artists Row. Thanks to the City of Salem, the Salem Public Art, this is a free and fabulous art-making activity. This will be family-friendly, and will happen for 4 weeks on Thursdays June 28- July 21. Pop by after the Salem Farmers' Market and create with us!
The Masonic Lodge in Ipswich is hosting an open house with lots of Halloween fund for the kids! Put on a costume and come to the lodge for trick or treating, face-painting and pumpkin decorating. There will also be a blood drive and a caaned/dried food collection for the Ipswich Food Pantry.
Join the artists on Artists’ Row for Salem Mayor's Night Out and a free fun activity: Tap into your creative spirit and decorate a Halloween mask or a wooden pumpkin round. All materials are provided but first come, first serve and one per child. This event is brought to you by the City of Salem Public Space Initiative, Artists of Artists’ Row, Salem Main Streets and Creative Salem.
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