Mayor's Night Out 2014 Information via City of Salem - October 3 2014

Via City of Salem

MAYOR KIMBERLEY DRISCOLL, SALEM’S LOCAL ATTRACTIONS, MUSEUMS & DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS PRESENT

MAYOR'S NIGHT OUT

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2014– 3:00PM

Salem residents, with Photo Identification (youngsters may use school i.d., bus pass or library card), are admitted free to the attractions listed below. Parking in the Museum Place Mall and South Harbor garages is free for Salem residents after 4:00 pm. Residents are also welcome to come enjoy the downtown shops and restaurants that evening. For more information, please call 978-745-9595 x5676

 

PARTICIPATING MUSEUMS AND ATTRACTIONS

Gallows Hill Museum/Theatre

7 Lynde St.

Free for Salem Residents 3pm-7pm

 

New England Pirate Museum

274 Derby Street

Free for Salem Residents 3pm-5pm

 

Peabody Essex Museum

East India Square

Always Free for Salem Residents

Open until 5pm

 

The Salem Museum

Old Town Hall – 32 Derby Square

Always Free for Salem Residents

Open until 5pm

 

Salem Time Machine

131 Essex St.

3-D Haunted Adventure

1/2 Price for Salem Residents 3pm to 5pm

 

3-D Haunted House

1/2 Price for Salem Residents 5pm to 9pm

 

Salem Wax Museum

Frankenstein's Laboratory

288 Derby Street

Free for Salem Residents 3pm-8pm

 

Salem Witch Museum

19 ½ Washington Sq. North

Always Free for Salem Residents

Open until 10pm

 

Witch Dungeon Museum

16 Lynde Street

Free for Salem Residents 3pm-5pm

 

Witch History Museum

197 Essex Street

Free for Salem Residents 3pm-5pm

 

Witch House

310 Essex Street

Free for Salem Residents 3pm-5pm

 (For those of our residents observing the Jewish High Holiday of Yom Kippur on Friday October 3rd, a voucher can be obtained in the Mayor’s Office that will be honored by all of the above attractions on Friday, October 10th during the same time periods listed above.  May you have an easy fast and may you be inscribed and sealed (in the Book of Life) for a good year.)


MAYOR'S NIGHT OUT 2014

TRICK OR TREAT WITH MAYOR KIM DRISCOLL

Kids come trick-or-treating with Mayor Driscoll.  Meet us at the East India Fountain at 5:30pm. We will trick-or-treat up and down the pedestrian mall, through the shops at Museum Place Mall and beyond.  Trick-or-Treat Bags will be provided.  Costumes are encouraged.  

 

Pedestrian Mall Businesses

 

Peabody Essex Museum

Witch Tees

Turtle Alley

Pamplemousse

New England Dog Biscuits (7 Central St.)

Trolley Depot

Pagan Moon

Mud Puddle Toys

Rockafella's

For Kids Only Afterschool

Angels Landing

Coven Cottage

Red Line Cafe

Witch City Ink

Omen

Witch Mansion

Polonus

Village Tavern

Remember Salem (127 Essex St.)

Wynott's Wands   (127 Essex St.)

 

Inside Museum Place Mall

 

Witch Tees

Salem Vintage Photography

Silver Moon Comics

Thai Place

Lotus Gifts

A Sacred Place Wellness Center

Big Sal’s Barber Shop

Essex New York Deli & Pizza

 

AND BEYOND…

 

Caffe Graziani       (133 Washington St.)

Naumkeag Ordinary (Lappin Park)

HEX                      (246 Essex St.)

Life Alive              (281 Essex St.)

Roost & Company (40 Front St.)

Maria's Sweet Somethings  (26 Front St.)

Salem Collective of Artists & Musicians (Artist Row – Front St.)

Salem Witch Museum  (19 ½ Washington Sq.)

Also make sure to visit PICKERING WHARF

Brodies Seaport

Finz

The Picklepot

RJ Coins and Jewelry

Longboards

Crafter's Market

Salemdipity

Flirt

Scarlet Letter Press

Ocean Chic Boutique

Edward John Home Decor

Don't forget to stop down at the Pumpkin Painting Party at Artist Row that the Salem Collective of Artists and Musicians will be having from 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. with snacks, music, and surprises. 

Thank you to all our participating merchants

and to the Salem Witch Museum for donating the trick or treat bags.