What’s Happening This Week?

October 21, 2019 Published By Julie Arrison-Bishop

It’s most certainly October in Salem!

We’ve been delighted to welcome visitors from all over the world in the first 21 days of this month and look forward to welcoming even more in the last 10 days.

Our Scarlet Letter pumpkin is still on view in front of our Visitor Center. This unique piece of October art was carved by Maurice Auger for the Great Salem Pumpkin Walk.

If you are planning a visit to Salem, we strongly suggest checking out HauntedHappenings.org to plan your trip. Planning will help you make the most of the busiest season in our small community. For the Reader’s Digest version, click here.

Friday and Saturday will mark our final October Performances of 2019. These sold out last weekend, so if you are dying to see these shows, don’t miss your chance. Tickets and information are here.

 

This post was written by Julie Arrison-Bishop