Kids are invited to Pickering Wharf for the Trick or treating and Halloween fun with the merchants on the wharf! Bring the family along for a fun filled time. Put on your costume and come join the fun!
Grab a blanket and the kids and head over to Salem Common at dusk for an outdoor showing of some favorite family-friendly movies that will get you in the mood for a spooktacular Halloween! Each weekend Magic 106.7 will sponsor a different movie through October, so come to one or all!
Grab a blanket and the kids and head over to Salem Common at dusk for an outdoor showing of some favorite family-friendly movies that will get you in the mood for a spooktacular Halloween! Each there will be a different movie through October, so come to one or all!
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!
Take a stroll up historic Chestnut Street and join the sea chantey-singing Salem pirates for tricks, treats, and treasures at Historic New England’s Phillips House on Halloween night. This special family-friendly event is free and takes place on Thursday, October 31 from 5:30-7:30 p.m., Salem’s official trick-or-treating hours.
Come celebrate Halloween at the Newbury Town Library. We will be doing crafts all day and handing out candy to all our little trick or treaters! Stop by and show off your costume, do a Halloween craft and get some delicious treats!
The Ipswich Ale Brewery will be one stop that you won't want to miss on your trick-or-treating route this year! Swing by the brewery for free beer samples and take in the spooky sights and sounds of the brewery. Don't forget to bring the kids and let them sip on an Ipswich Soda Pop or snack on some candy while they show off their costumes!
Kids are invited to the Ipswich Halloween Parade! Gather if you dare on the Ipswich Riverwalk, parade over the infested waters of the Ipswich River to nightmare on Elm Street, down haunted County Road, and ending at Town Hall Graveyard for cider and donuts! Presented by the Ipswich Police Community Resource Unit.
Local businesses and organizations will open their doors Tuesday, October 24th from 5:30-7:30pm for the Annual Downtown Trick-or-Treat. Count your candy over a pizza at Flatbread that night and a donation for each pie sold (take out or dine-in) will go to the Chamber of Commerce. Now that’s an extra treat!