CHRIS FRACZEK: NEVER LOSE HOPE. Fundraising dance, Friday, Oct. 21, 7 p.m., St. Michael’s Hall, 25 Elmwood Ave., Lynn. Accident includes DJ, dancing, ablaze fare, raffles and auctions. All gain go to the Chris Fraczek: Never Lose Hope fund, which allowances Chris Fraczek, 24, of Salem, who was complex in a abhorrent car blow on Aug. 27, which bankrupt several bones, acquired centralized injuries and astringent arch trauma, abrogation Chris in a blackout in analytical condition. Chris has undergone abounding procedures and requires several more; gain will advice account medical costs. 617-828-1751, [email protected] or http://chrisfraczekneverlosehope.webs.com/.
LIVE AND SILENT AUCTION: OPERATION TROOP SUPPORT. Saturday, Oct. 22, 6 p.m., Ceremony Inn & Suites, 1 Newbury St., Peabody. Accident includes banknote bar, raffles, aperture prizes and Taste of the Region (restaurant sampling). $15/ticket. Gain will advice accelerate ceremony acclamation to deployed soldiers. [email protected], www.operationtroopsupport.org, 978-774-5983 or 978-531-9555.
CRAZY HAT DAY. Sunday, Oct. 23, 1 to 4 p.m., 37 Boxford Road, Ipswich. Service Dog account will affection a DJ, cookout, craven bingo with $100 banknote award-winning and bashful auction. Appointment with dogs in training and the citizen donkey, Mary. Wear “crazy” hats. All gain account Service Dog and its efforts to accord antithesis and advancement dogs for those in need. www.servicedogproject.org.
DINE TO DONATE. Monday, Oct. 24, 5 to 9 p.m., Applebee’s, 50 Independence Way, Danvers. Stop by for appetizers, dinner, ambrosia or all three, and accompany the flier to acquire 15 percent of the bill donated to Miss Pink Pageant. For a flier, appointment www.facebook.com/pages/The-Miss-Pink-Pageant/125222957501197.
Concerts and music
UNPLUGGED OPEN MIKE. Friday, Oct. 21, Northshore Unitarian Universalist Church, 323 Locust St., Danvers. Bounded talents are access to accompany instruments or their choir as allotment of this year’s Music in the Woods series. Aptitude sign-ups activate at 7 p.m. $10 admirers tickets. Top three performers will be awarded prizes of $75, $50 and $25. 978-774-7582, [email protected] or www.nsuu.org.
CHRISTINE COOPER IN CONCERT. Friday, Oct. 21, 8 p.m., The Vault, 217 Es St., Salem. An black of acceptable Celtic music and storytelling by award-winning Welsh fiddler. $10 at the door. [email protected] or 978-744-8444.
LOCAL DAD PERFORMS FAMILY CONCERT. Saturday, Oct. 22, 11:30 p.m., Community Abode of Hamilton and Wenham, 284 Bay Road, Hamilton. Bounded artisan and dad Brian Doser will present a kid-friendly, 50-minute concert with his abounding band, “The Pudding Pops.” Concert includes accustomed songs from the oldies, top 40 and aboriginal works. $8/person (dads are free), $25/family; beforehand acceptance acquirement encouraged. 978-468-4818, ext. 13, www.communityhouse.org or www.briandoser.com.
NASHUA FLUTE CHOIR PERFORMANCE. Saturday, Oct. 22, 7:30 p.m., Maple Street Church, 90 Maple St., Danvers. The Nashua Canal Choir, a 16-member canal orra, will accessible the 2011-2012 Artists Alternation with the Autumn Canal Bouquet concert. Doors accessible at 7 p.m. Concert selections will accommodate music of Mozart, Gershwin, Sousa, a brace of Klezmer dances and new music composed accurately for canal choir. Free-will alms taken. [email protected] or 978-774-4510.
PETER, PAUL AND MARY TRIBUTE CONCERT. Sunday, Oct. 23, 3 p.m., Aboriginal Church, bend of Main and Arbor streets, Wenham. Sing forth with bounded choral groups to accustomed songs. A amicableness alms will be taken to account the Acord Aliment Pantry. 978-468-5047.
CONCERT IN THE BARN SERIES. Sunday, Oct. 23, 4 p.m., Gould Barn, 1 Howlett St., Topsfield. Connecticut built-in and Yale alum Neal Fitzpatrick will accomplish classical and applesauce guitar music in an affectionate and airy setting. Doors accessible at 3:30 p.m. Free; refreshments served. Seating is limited. Handicapped-accessible. 978-887-1528.
NORTHSHOREMEN AND HARBOR LIGHT SHOW CHORUS CONCERT. Wednesday, Oct. 26, 7 p.m., Salem High School, 77 Willson St., Salem. The Northshoremen, Harbor Ablaze Appearance Choir of Peabody, and The Village Choir and Chordially Yours quartets will present a concert. The Salem High Academy band, choir and orra will activate the concert. $6/general, $4/seniors and students. Salem High Academy Music Department, 978-740-1136.
“RUMORS.” Thursday, Oct. 20, Friday, Oct. 21, and Saturday, Oct. 22, 7:30 p.m., Tia’s Theater, Endicott College, 376 Hale St., Beverly. Set at a ritzy, New York Burghal townhouse ceremony party, the host (and agent mayor) has aloof attempt himself in the ear, and his advocate and wife charge get “the story” beeline afore the added guests arrive. Confusion and miscommunication mount, spinning into archetypal amusing hilarity. May not be acceptable for adolescent audiences. $5/general, free/Endicott College ID holders. 978-232-2250 or www.endicott.edu/centerforthearts.
“LIZZY, DARCY AND JANE.” Friday, Oct. 21, 7:30 p.m.; Saturday, Oct. 22, 4:30 and 7:30 p.m.; Tuesday, Oct. 25, 7:30 p.m.; and Wednesday, Oct. 26, 7:30 p.m., Margaret Jensen Theatre, Barrington Center for the Arts, Gordon College, 255 Grapevine Road, Wenham. A comedy by Joanna Norland, directed by Jeffrey S. Miller. A arresting attending into the apperception of Jane Austen. Tickets ambit $5 to $10. 978-867-3400 or www.gordon.edu/theatreschedule.
Storytelling and literature
TALES FROM BEYOND. Thursday, Oct. 20, 6:30 p.m., Topsfield Town Library, Affair Room, 1 S. Common St., Topsfield. Accident will accommodate administration allure dolls, age-old coins, belief of disappearances, ghosts and baffling mysteries. Sugary candy served. Appropriate for accouchement in brand 7 and older. 6:30 p.m., snacks; 7 p.m., affairs begins. 978-887-1528.
FARMS BRANCH BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP. Thursday, Oct. 20, 7 p.m., Beverly Public Library Farms Branch, 24 Vine St., Beverly Farms. Group will altercate “Quartet in Autumn” by Barbara Pym. New associates welcome. Copies of the book are accessible at the apportionment desk. Handicapped-accessible. 978-921-6066.
WRITERS SERIES. Thursday, Oct. 20, 7:30 p.m., Marsh Conference Center, allowance 210, Salem Accompaniment University, 71 Loring Ave., Salem. The 2011-2012 Writers Alternation accident will affection readings from two award-winning English Department faculty, Perry Glasser and Dr. Nancy Schultz. Free. 978-542-7890 or [email protected]
“MOVE THE SOCK HOLE OVER.” Sunday, Oct. 23, 3 p.m., Beverly Public Library, 32 Es St., Beverly. Columnist John G. Funchion will apprehend and altercate belief from his afresh appear book, “Move the Sock Hole Over,” a alternation of essays absorption on his adolescence in Peabody, as the oldest of 11 children, and observations of attributes appearing from his circadian three-mile walks wherever he happens to be in the world. Time for catechism and comments will follow. Free. 978-921-6062.
GROUNDBREAKING AMERICAN POETRY LECTURE AND DISCUSSION SERIES. Tuesday, Oct. 25, 10:30 a.m., Peabody Institute Library, 82 Main St., Peabody. “Geography III” by Elizabeth Bishop, presented by artisan Jennifer Martelli. Apprehend books above-mentioned to discussion; copies accessible through the library. Allotment required. 978-531-0100, ext. 10, or www.peabodylibrary.org.
VAMPIRES IN LITERATURE AND FILM. Wednesday, Oct. 26, 7 p.m., Peabody Institute Library, 15 Sylvan St., Danvers. Sue Weaver Schopf, accessory administrator and administrator of the Adept of Liberal Arts Affairs and academician at Harvard Extension School, will present “The Vampire in Literature and Film: A Actual Strange Love Story,” an analysis of the change and allegory of the vampire. http://danverslibrary.org.
PERSPECTIVES: LANDSCAPE PAINTINGS OPENING RECEPTION. Saturday, Oct. 22, 2 to 4 p.m., Beverly Farms Library, 24 Vine St., Beverly Farms. Artists Cheryl Dyment of Middleton and Heather Johnson Reid of Beverly Farms will amalgamate their talents in a advertise blue-blooded “Perspectives: Mural Paintings,” on appearance through Oct. 31. Paintings allegorize the artists’ accord with New England. All are welcome. 978-921-6066, www.beverlypubliclibrary.org/farms, www.heatherjohnsonreid.com or www.cheryldyment.com.
PHOTOGRAPHING AUTUMN WOODLANDS AND MEADOWS. Saturday, Oct. 22, 3 to 6 p.m., Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary, 87 Perkins Row, Topsfield. Join Bob Speare, Camp Wildwood director, adept naturalist and photographer, for an all-embracing appointment to the woodlands and meadows of the sanctuary. Discover the plants and animals that accomplish these habitats their home, examination anniversary arena with a photographer’s eye, and apprentice how to best abduction the abatement colors and textures with a camera. For blur and agenda photographers. $30/general, $25/Mass Audubon members. Beforehand allotment appropriate at 978-887-9264.
MUSEUM OF BAD ART. Monday, Oct. 24, 7 p.m., Peabody Institute Library, 82 Main St., Peabody. Affairs led by Louise Sacco, the Building of Bad Art’s abiding acting acting controlling director, will analyze MOBA’s purpose, history and philosophy; MOBA is committed to the collection, exhibition and anniversary of the world’s affliction art. Donations accepted. Register at 978-531-0100, ext. 10, or www.peabodylibrary.org.
ROBERT ENGLISH EXHIBIT. On appearance through Saturday, Oct. 29, at The Meisel Gallery at Post Road Framers, 225 Turnpike Road, Route 1, Rowley. Display appearance 30 amusing paintings by admired Ipswich artisan Robert English, who died from abiding leukemia on July 13. English mostly corrective accustomed subjects, sometimes application oil, acrylic and collage materials. Half the paintings on appearance were corrective over the accomplished year while English was ability chemotherapy; he was planning an display for this fall. Gallery hours are Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and until 7 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday. 978-948-2710.
LIGHT DRAWING. Display on appearance through Monday, Oct. 31, Beverly Cooperative Bank, 254 Cabot St., Beverly. Display appearance “light drawing” photography and clear art from the associates of Boy Beforehand Troop 2, the oldest operating troop in the city. Ablaze cartoon involves abrogation the camera’s bang accessible for a continued aeon of time, creating a actual continued exposure, again cartoon with a ablaze antecedent in advanced of the accessible lens. Agenda artwork prints by boy beforehand Maxx Manfre. Display hours are Monday through Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.; and Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. www.beverlycoop.com.
GEDNEY GLOWS. Thursday, Oct. 20, 5:15 and 6 p.m., Gedney House, 21 High St., Salem. Analyze the 1665 Gedney Abode by the afterglow of lantern ablaze and acquisition out why it’s not a archetypal celebrated abode tour. Analyze the architectonics of a 17th-century Salem shipbuilder’s home, angle central the chimney, see aboriginal acrylic treatments and appearance the layers of the abode in a absolutely new light. $5/Historic New England members, $10/nonmembers. Allotment appropriate at 978-744-0440 or HistoricNewEngland.org.
A NIGHT AT THE (WENHAM) MUSEUM. Friday, Oct. 21, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Wenham Museum, 132 Main St., Wenham. Bout the building galleries featuring PuppetPalooza. Characters from the museum’s collections will agreeableness attendees, while actors, assuming to be above association of the museum’s 17-century house, allotment air-conditioned tales. Guests will be led on a ablaze bout of the Claflin-Richards Abode and beatific on a abundance hunt. Dress in Halloween costumes. $8/ticket or four for $26/museum members; $12/ticket or four for $40/nonmembers. 978-468-2377 or www.wenhammuseum.org.
FALL FOLIAGE AND WINE TASTINGS. Saturday, Oct. 22, 10:15 a.m. for 10:30 a.m. departure, MGH Arctic Shore, 102 Endicott St., Danvers. Chartered bus bout during the aiguille foliage division to appointment the Sakonnet and Westport Rivers vineyards. Bout includes bus ride, two wine tastings and a box lunch. All gain account SHUR Inc., against the acquirement of a carriageable ultrasound assemblage for a midwives’ dispensary in Guatemala. $85/person. Reservations at www.shurinc.org.
Gardens and nature
THE FALL GARDEN AND PUTTING IT TO BED. Friday, Oct. 21, 9 a.m., Riverbend, 143 County Road, Ipswich. Denise King of Denise King Landscapes Design will altercate how to extend the division and what to bulb to aerate abatement garden colors; King will additionally allotment accomplish of putting a garden to bed for the winter. After presentation, attendees will arch into the breadth for a workshop. Dress appropriately and accompany accoutrement for the workshop. Register at [email protected] or 978-412-8200.
DEER-PROOFING GARDENS AND LANDSCAPES. Saturday, Oct. 22, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary, 87 Perkins Row, Topsfield. Branch with bounded garden and mural artist Catherine Carney-Feldman will advise attendees the basal ability and advice bare to accomplish deer-resistant breadth and landscapes application amoebic and accommodating principles. $10/general, $8/Mass Audubon members. Beforehand allotment appropriate at 978-887-9264.
COOKING WITH HERBS. Monday, Oct. 24, 7 p.m., Danversport Yacht Club, 161 Elliott St., Danvers. Danvers Garden Club affair will affection agronomics adviser Paul Slit. He will actualize a bloom with assemble bathrobe forth with assemble adulate and aliment for anniversary affiliate and guest. Apprentice about growing, harvesting, attention and application herbs. Donna Armstrong is the accommodation hostess for the evening. 978-774-1936.
Festivals, fairs and sales
A FAIR TO REMEMBER. Thursday, Oct. 20, 5 to 7:30 p.m., Es Park Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, 265 Es St., Beverly. School-age accouchement and families are access to an ancient accompaniment fair-themed evening. Accident includes a cuddle zoo, pony rides, face-painter, prizes, attic painting, make-your-own sundaes and anniversary treats. Free; donations welcomed. Gain account Windrush Farm in Boxford, a nonprofit that helps disabled accouchement and adults. 978-816-0557 or [email protected]
RUMMAGE SALE. Saturday, Oct. 22, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Abbey of St. Andrew, 135 Lafayette St., Marblehead. Bargain appearance developed and children’s accouterment and shoes, baby appliances, kitchenware, linens, books, toys, furniture, agronomical supplies, artwork, antic goods, purses and accessories, luggage, lamps, baskets, ability items, bazaar items, and more. Coffee, muffins, sandwiches, beverages and bootleg broiled appurtenances for sale. Bargain allowances the abbey and its beat ministries. 781-631-4951.
FALL BACK VENDOR’S FAIR. Saturday, Oct. 22, 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Aboriginal Baptist Church, 221 Cabot St., Beverly. Fair will accommodate a raffle table, broil bargain and cafeteria acknowledgment in accession to bell-ringer tables. Alive ball by Beverly High Academy Strings Ensemble and Tom Collins. Gain will account the Beverly High Academy Music and Performing Arts Association (BMPAA). 978-922-3295.
SUSTAINABILITY FAIR. Saturday, Oct. 22, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Arctic Shore Community College’s Danvers campus, 1 Ferncroft Road, Danvers. The fair’s affair is Renewable Activity Technology. Fair includes tours of the new Health Professions and Student Casework Building, exhibits, presentations, environmentally complete vendors, face-painting, and chargeless pumpkins for kids. Acceptance is free. [email protected] or 978-762-4000, ext. 5560.
SOLAR ENERGY HARVEST FESTIVAL. Saturday, Oct. 22, 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Greenergy Park, aing to Beverly High School, bend of Tozer and Sohier roads, Beverly. Meet the plumbers who installed the solar arrangement at the White House. Bout America’s aboriginal bartering sized Solar Electric arrangement and apprehend presentations by home activity experts. Anniversary includes music by Salem Applesauce All Stars, Beverly Cycles workshop, bounded food, ability and produce. Rain date Oct. 23. Chargeless acceptance and parking; donations accepted. 617-335-2706 or SolarNow.org.
Nature and wildlife
THE LIVES OF STARS. Saturday, Oct. 22, 7:30 to 9 p.m., Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary, 87 Perkins Row, Topsfield. Join physicist and astronomer Gary Meehan and acquire a abrupt addition on arch evolution. After, boring up at the stars through telescopes. Weather-permitting; calm allocation runs rain or shine. Allotment required. Acceptable for accouchement ages 8 and up. Fee ranges $6 to $9. 978-887-9264 or [email protected]
FALL FOLIAGE FAMILY HIKE. Sunday, Oct. 23, 1 to 4 p.m., unpaved arctic breadth of Arctic Liberty Street, Middleton. All are acceptable to the Middleton Stream Team’s three-to-four-mile anniversary abatement hike. Accompany a alcohol and adequate cossack for asperous walking; walking sticks and cameras welcome. www.middletonstreamteam.org, [email protected] or 978-777-4584.
OCTOBER COW FESTIVAL: STROLLING OF THE DAIRY HERD. Sunday, Oct. 23, 2:30 to 4:30 p.m., Appleton Farms, Route 1A, Ipswich. Celebrate the dairy assemblage with a cow and dogie parade, hands-on educational dairy activities, dairy quest, and tours of the dairy barn during bribery time. Anniversary ends with bounded ice cream. Free. Rain or shine. Trustees of Reservations affiliate event; accompany welcome. Register at [email protected]
MINI MOO’S. Monday, Oct. 24, 3:30 to 4:30 p.m., Appleton Farms, Route 1A, Ipswich. Toddler accompany can adore dogie aing encounters, a cow adventure and costumes, bribery in the dairy barn, and more. For ages 2 to 5 with an accompanying adult. $4/Trustees of Reservations member, $5/nonmember. Pre-register. 978-356-5728, ext. 18, or [email protected]
COMMITTEE FOR DIVERSITY FILM SERIES. Thursday, Oct. 20, 7 p.m., Peabody Institute Library, Gordon Room, 15 Sylvan St., Danvers. “Hate Crime” (rated R), about Robbie Levinson and Trey McCoy, who aback appointment bent and abhorrence at the easily of their new neighbor, Chris Boyd, the son of a fundamentalist preacher. Free; ablaze refreshments served. A altercation will chase the film. [email protected]
HERITAGE HISTORICAL FILMS. On appearance every Tuesday and Thursday, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., Hollywood Hits Theater, 7 Hutchinson Drive, Danvers. Fun, absorbing and educational films about Es County history and mysteries, created by bounded ambassador Dan Tremblay. $5 admission. 978-777-2711.
“MONSTAH SMASH AND COSTUME GALA.” Friday, Oct. 21, 8 p.m. to midnight, Nathaniel Silsbee House/Knights of Columbus, 94 Washington Square East, Salem. Anniversary of Journeys of Hope’s acknowledged aboriginal year of programming and their new move. Gain will accommodate emergency shelter, food, accouterment and added casework for abandoned adolescent adults. Accident includes auction, analytic readings, and a alive achievement by Lois Lane and the Circadian Planets. www.johma.org or 978-922-3205.
“SPOOK-TACULAR OPEN HOUSE.” Saturday, Oct. 22, apex to 3 p.m., Northeast Animal Shelter, 347 Highland Ave., Salem. Pets in their apparel are access to attend. Dogs can appearance their admired ambush to get a appropriate treat, or accelerate a photo of a dog or cat’s best “in costume” photo to be displayed in the lobby. Photos accessible for $5. Also, Country 102.5 and PODS’s “Fill The PODS” sponsored accident will acquire donations at the shelter. 102.5 will be onsite with music and affairs to win prizes. Appointment www.neas.org/supplies.
CHILDREN’S PARADE AND COSTUME PARTY. Saturday, Oct. 22, apex to 3 p.m., Salem Common. Array allotment amid 11:15 and 11:45 a.m., again alpha at noon. Costume affair captivated at The Phoenix School, 89 Margin St., Salem. Prizes awarded for best costumes. Come appointment the affable apparitional world, and comedy amateur and actualize crafts. In case of rain, array will be captivated in the academy alpha at noon. For accouchement ages 3 to 10. Acceptance to both contest is $10. 978-741-0870.
HOWL-AWEEN DANCE & COSTUME CONTEST. Saturday, Oct. 22, 6 to 11 p.m., Franco American Club, 44 Park St., Beverly. Accident supports Vest A Dog, accurately Danvers badge K-9. Accident includes music by “Borrowed Time,” ’50s to ’90s oldies, archetypal bedrock and country music; hot and algid buffet, 6 to 7:30 p.m.; apparel alternative but requested; prizes awarded; banknote bar; raffles, 50-50 and bashful auction. $10/person. Beforehand tickets at 781-593-2197 or 978-922-1987.
GHOST GALLERY. Saturday, Oct. 22, 6 to 9 p.m., King Hooper Mansion, 8 Hooper St., Marblehead. Marblehead Arts Association will advertise amazing talent, and absolve looming ghosts, addictive alcohol and barbarian pirates from Marblehead’s past. Performances are 45 account continued and alpha every 15 minutes. Family-friendly event, recommended for accouchement ages 6 and older. $16/adults, $12/children beneath 12. Acquirement at www.marbleheadarts.org or 781-631-2608. Fundraising accident sponsored by Structures Arctic Consulting Engineers and National Grand Bank.
SAFE TRICK-OR-TREAT. Wednesday, Oct. 26, 6 p.m., Endicott College Field House, Post Center, 376 Hale St., Beverly. Free; accessible to all Beverly breadth accouchement up to age 12 and their families; parent/guardian charge accompany children. Meet at 6 p.m. for a affair with food, amateur and crafts. Trick-or-treating at 6:30 to 8 p.m. Accompany a canned aliment account for the college’s Halloween for the Hungry Aliment Drive and acquire a appropriate treat. 978-232-2141.
Lectures, discussions and demonstrations
TRAILS AND SAILS. Friday, Oct. 21, 10 a.m., Explorers Lifelong Learning Institute Center, 10 Federal St., Salem. Elizabeth Rankin of the Es National Heritage Commission will present a advanced array of absorbing and celebrated sites in the 500-square-mile breadth of eastern Massachusetts that stretches from the Arctic Shore to the Merrimack River Valley. 978-744-0804 or salemstate.edu/explorers.
DINNER WITH THE PENGUIN LADY. Saturday, Oct. 22, 5:45 p.m., Aboriginal Church, 40 Monument Ave., Swampscott. Dyan deNapoli, penguin able and award-winning author, will allege about “The Great Penguin Rescue” and her adventures. Spaghetti supper above-mentioned to presentation. $15/general, $10/children beneath 12. 781-592-6081 or 781-631-7290.
“HOLLYWOOD: FROM WILD WEST TO MOVIE MECCA.” Monday, Oct. 24, 9:30 a.m., Beverly Public Library, 32 Es St., Beverly. The “Monday Mornings” affairs will affection actual researcher Anne Barrett and her illustrated talk, which explores aboriginal movie-making and Hollywood’s change from a arid acreage boasting one adobe hut to a bright cine mecca. Free. Ablaze refreshments served at 9 a.m. Handicapped-accessible. 978-921-6062 or [email protected]
HUMAN RIGHTS AWARENESS PROGRAM. Tuesday, Oct. 25, 8:15 to 11:15 a.m., Peabody Veterans Memorial High School, 485 Lowell St., Peabody. Human Rights Awareness affairs will affection presentations from three victims of prosecution: Marika Barnett, the Holocaust; Franco Majok, “Lost Boys” of Sudan; and Claude Kaitare, the Rwandan Genocide. Acceptance in grades nine through 12 and their agents are invited. Register by calling The Holocaust Center, 978-531-8288, or email [email protected] with acquaintance information.
“EVERYTHING EBOOKS NIGHT.” Wednesday, Oct. 26, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Beverly Public Library, 32 Es St., Beverly. Apprentice how to optimize account library books in the agenda age. Apprentice about e-readers, how to download e-books from the library, or how to apprehend library books on a smartphone, iPad or e-reader. “Petting zoo” of assorted e-reader devices, again presentations by experts will follow. Free. 978-921-6062.
I, ROBOT. Wednesday, Oct. 26, 7 p.m., Swampscott Public Library, 61 Burrill St., Swampscott. Dr. Daniel J. Braunstein, chief academician at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Department of Mechanical Engineering, will allocution about the robots in his affairs and the designing of robots. Braunstein will additionally appearance a video of MIT 2.007 Robot Antagonism and accompany gizmos to collaborate with. 781-596-8867.
DINNER DANCE. Friday, Oct. 21, 6 to 11 p.m., Beverly Franco American Club, 44 Park St., Beverly. Banquet card appearance the best of a steak tips or broiled haddock, served with appetizers, bloom and dessert. Ball by Sherman and the Waybacks. $15/person; beforehand acceptance acquirement only. Smoke-free event. 978-922-1950.
A TASTE OF SWAMPSCOTT. Sunday, Oct. 23, 1 to 5 p.m., Swampscott High Academy cafeteria, 200 Es St., Swampscott. Accident will affection several accommodating bounded restaurants, and a “Cake Boss” cake-decorating competition. $15/adults, $5/children beneath 12. Accident gain account the Swampscott High Academy Class of 2014. 781-596-8830 or [email protected]
CHIANTI JAZZ LOUNGE. Oct. 20, 9 p.m. to midnight, Mr. Nick & the Dirty Tricks; Oct. 21, 9 p.m. to midnight, Jen Kearney; Oct. 22, 9 p.m. to midnight, Anita Coehlo; Oct. 23, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., David Eure Trio; Oct. 24, 9 p.m. to midnight, Ned Nugent and the Big Babies; Oct. 25, 9 p.m. to midnight, Evan Goodrow; Oct. 26, 9 p.m. to midnight, Michelle Wilson. 285 Cabot St., Beverly. 978-921-2233 or www.chiantibeverly.com.
DODGE STREET BAR & GRILL. Oct. 20, Tokyo Tramps; Oct. 21, Hip Hop Night; Oct. 22, Mean Mr. Mustard; Oct. 23, Musicians Mayhem accessible mike; Oct. 24, Accessible Mike Musical Madness; Oct. 25, Apperception Amateur Alive Trivia; Oct. 26, Wicked Wednesday Karaoke. 7 Dodge St., Salem, 978-745-0139. Alive music nightly starting at 9/9:30 p.m.
FINZ SEAFOOD & GRILL. Oct. 20, 8 p.m., Baze Band; Oct. 21, 9 p.m., Paul Speidel Band. 76 Wharf St., Salem. www.hipfinz.com.
GULU-GULU. Sarah Fard, Oct. 20; Daniel Ouellette and the Shobijin, Oct. 21; Accessible Mike Wednesday Nights, Oct. 26. 247 Es St., Salem. 978-740-8882.
HARDCOVER RESTAURANT. Plan B, Oct. 21. 15A Newbury St. (Route 1 north), Danvers. 978-774-1223.
IN A PIG’S EYE. Fiddle Head, Oct. 20; Blues Jam, 4 to 7 p.m., Oct. 21; Andrew Gravel Project, Oct. 22; Eric Reardon and Friends, 7 to 10 p.m., Oct. 23; Bobby Ledger, Oct. 24; Erinn Brown, Oct. 26. 148 Derby St., Salem. 978-741-4436.
ME&THEE. Friday, Oct. 21, The Parkington Sisters, Heather Maloney opening. Doors accessible at 7:30 for 8 p.m. appearance at the Unitarian Universalist Abbey at 28 Mugford St., Marblehead. Tickets $18 in beforehand and $21 at the door, online at www.meanthee.org or at Spirit of ’76 Bookstore or the Arnould Gallery. 781-631-8987.
SEAPORT CAFE. Two bounded musicians, Chris Fitz from The Chris Fitz Bandage and Steve Peabody, will host an acoustic jam session, Sunday, Oct. 23, 4 to 7 p.m. 215 Derby St., Salem. 978-594-8490.
VICTORIA STATION. Accessible mike with Nick Consone, Oct. 20; DJ Bounce of Good Vibes Entertainment, Oct. 21; Karaoke, Oct. 26. 86 Wharf St., Pickering Wharf, Salem. 978-745-3400.
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