Thursday, March 27, 2014
Do You LOVE Salem History? Want to Know More?
Salem Lecture Series
First Church in Salem, Unitarian
316 Essex Street
Wednesday, April 16 Baker’s Island Reverie
A “visit” to Salem’s most inaccessible, mysterious, quirky, historic, and naturally beautiful neighborhood, featuring plenty of photographs, fascinating facts and stories
Wednesday, April 23 When the Going Gets Weird…
North Shore tales that just beg to be told, including UFO's, sea serpents, haunted ships and invisible foes, seers and psychics, clever criminals, and even a mysterious moving meal chest.
Wednesday, April 30 The Great Salem Fire: Stories Within the Story
A look at the human side of the great conflagration - tales of victims, heroes and even a few villains - drawn from personal letters, diaries, newspaper accounts, and official reports.
Wednesday May 7 The Salem - San Francisco Connections
A tale of two cities, separated by a continent but bound together by a "shared" mayor, a pair of very famous booksellers, the Shreve family, devastating fires, and gold hunters.
Wednesday May 14 Magnificent Men (and Women!) of the McIntire District
Quick sketches of famous opera singers and music men, authors, artists, politicians, and inventors who once lived in this historic district named for an equally famous architect-carver.
Jim’s one - hour lectures will begin at 7 p.m. and will be held in the Cleveland Room at the First Church in Salem, 316 Essex Street. Please use the entrance to the right and rear of the church. Doors open at 6:30. Admission is $12, cash or checks only please. Series tickets are available at a reduced rate of $48. For more information contact Jim at email@example.com or 978.979.5907.
I hope to see you here, or there.