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Salem Film Fest 2023 at Cinema Salem

Cinema Salem

Salem Film Fest is the largest documentary film festival in Massachusetts with films from around the world, running March 23- April 2, 2023. Screenings will take place at four locations: Peabody Essex Museum, Cinema Salem, National Park Service Visitor Center in Salem, MA and The Cabot in Beverly, MA. For more information, visit Here is the Program Schedule for the Cinema Salem ...

Event Series Speakers at Hamilton Hall

Geoffrey Kemp – Hamilton Hall Speaker Series

Hamilton Hall

March 23, 11:00 am: Geoffrey Kemp Replays on 3/25 at 11 am & 3/26 at 5 pm Geoffrey Kemp, Director, Regional Security Programs, Center for the National Interest, Washington, D. C. “America and New Threats in the Middle East” Ticket Options Patron $200: This subscription level includes a ticket that provides 8 admissions to the Thursday lectures at Hamilton Hall, which ...

Salem Film Fest 2023 — Opening Night

Old Town Hall Salem

Join us for the Opening Night festivities to kick off the 2023 Program for Salem Film Fest. Salem Film Fest Kick Off Party 5pm at Old Town Hall in Salem (free) Kick off the fest and join us for the Opening Reception at Old Town Hall in Salem, from 5 to 7pm. Meet and mingle with visiting filmmakers, pick up a ...

Global Health Equity – Build Health International

Rose Theater

General Admission - FREE Come and learn how a team of architectural designers, engineering, health, and entrepreneurial experts are changing the world for the better, one project at a time. Build Health International’s mission is to enable dignified, affordable, and high-quality healthcare worldwide. They develop healthcare infrastructure solutions through interior design, construction, and clinical consultation of healthcare facilities across low and ...

Sip & Wine Glass Painting @The NexMex Thing Craft Night!

The NexMex THing

Join us for craft night at The NexMex Thing on Thurs, March 23rd @7pm! Sip & paint your own set of 2 wine glasses! Ticket includes: DIY Project, Margarita, Chips & Salsa! Click the link below to register and reserve your spot: LOCATION: The NexMex Thing 5 Central Street Peabody, MA 01960 978-839-3931

Poet and professor January Gill O’Neil reads at Rocky Neck

Cultural Center at Rocky Neck 6 Wonson Street, Gloucester

Poet and professor January Gill O’Neil reads at Rocky Neck to close out our Winter Reading Series! Parking available in the lot as you enter Rocky Neck and in (non-resident) spots throughout the neighborhood. January Gill O'Neil is an associate professor at Salem State University, and the author of Rewilding (2018), Misery Islands (2014), and Underlife (2009), all published by ...