Broom Craft as a Pair

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The Witchery is introducing a special workshop for crafters to make a broom as a pair. Tickets for this workshop include seats for 2 participants as well as the materials to craft 1 large broom, this includes 2 charms, 2 twine coverings, 2 color splash bundles, and 1 eucalyptus & lavender bundle. Participants always have the option to purchase additional …

Wine, Dine, Brooms & Twine

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Join The Witchery for the 2nd Annual Summer Solstice broom making workshop at The Roof atop The Hotel Salem! Spend the evening with drinks and dining while taking in the expansive views of Salem’s cobblestone streets & bustling harbor. Instructors from Salem’s premier broom making shop will provide materials and direction to assemble your own solstice-themed besom.   Food and …

Pride Broom Making Workshop

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This June, The Witchery is  hosting a special broom making workshop for our queer friends, neighbors, and visitors. The workshop price includes one small broom, one decorating bundle from a selection of pride themes, and three color splashes (so you can choose to represent your flag of choice on your broom!). Participants will have the option to upgrade to a …

A Garden by the Sea

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THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT. Please join us, on Sunday, June 23 at 2 PM for a brief history of the garden’s evolution with an emphasis on the restoration and redesign that began in the early 1960s by two outstanding horticulturalists: Daniel Foley, a true Renaissance man and an international star in the horticultural world and his protégé Robyn Kanter, who has continued his work, incorporating her own knowledge and creativity to preserve Caroline Emmerton’s vision to this day.

The Gables and Climate Change: What’s Next?

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Join Gables’ Director of Preservation and Maintenance, Paul Wright, and Collections Manager, Susan Baker as we welcome Barbara Warren, Executive Director of Salem Sound Coastwatch, and Kara Babcock, Associate Principal at Union Studio to review some of the findings from our two-year investigation of the current and projected impacts of sea level rise, storm surges, and groundwater on the campus of The House of the Seven Gables.