Salem Heritage Days August 1-12

July 31, 2012 Published by sperling

The House of the Seven Gables will be offering free programs on our site and reduced admission for Senior and Families for Salem residents.

Residents of Salem (proof of residency required) will receive 20% off Senior and Family Admission (children under 18).

In addition, The Gables is offering several free activities throughout Salem Heritage Days:

Wednesday, Aug. 1 from 1pm-4pm, Take a break from the summer heat. Enjoy free story time at The Gables (children 7 and under). We have an assortment of new and classical stories.

Thursday, Aug. 2 from 1pm-4pm, Experience 17th Century games on our beautiful seaside lawn.

Friday, Aug. 3 from 1pm-4pm, Come watch the lost art of lace-making in Hooper Hathaway Great Room.

Saturday, Aug. 4 from 1pm-4pm, Free exhibit of five ship models, past and present, with a demonstration of re-rigging a brig of the 19th century in the Hooper Hathaway Great Room.

Sunday, Aug. 5 from 1pm-4pm, Free exhibit of five ship models, past and present, with a demonstration of re-rigging a brig of the 19th century in the Hooper Hathaway Great Room.

Wednesday, Aug. 8 from 1pm-4pm, Take a break from the summer heat. Enjoy free story time at The Gables (children 7 and under). We have an assortment of new and classical stories.

Thursday, Aug. 9  from 1pm-4pm, Experience 17th Century games on our beautiful seaside lawn.

Friday, Aug. 10 from 1pm-4pm, Come watch the lost art of lace-making in Hooper Hathaway Great Room.
Saturday, Aug. 11 from 1pm-4pm, A short slide show of sailing ships abandoned in the Falkland Islands 150 years ago and still intact. Show runs continuously.
Sunday, Aug. 12 from 1pm-4pm, A short slide show of sailing ships abandoned in the Falkland Islands 150 years ago and still intact. Show runs continuously.
There are loads of other programs throughout the city for Salem Heritage Days and also the kickoff of the Salem Maritime Festival which starts on Saturday, August 4th.
For more information on all the events please visit the City of Salem’s website.

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