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June 15th: 3:30pm – 5:30pm

Seaglass and Stone Wrapped Pendant

Do you have some beach combing treasures that you want to make into jewelry?  Then this class is for you! We will explore three different wrapping techniques to encase seaglass as a pendant without the need to drill.  Students may bring in their own seaglass (pieces should be at least 1 inch long) or purchase some from our shop. Wire and cording will be available for purchase in the shop. $20.00 + materials. Location: EOS Designs Studio.

June 17th: 3:30pm – 5:3pm

Right Angle Weave Wrap Bracelet

A basic stitch, Right Angle Weave is versatile and is used to make beautiful strung and bead embroidered jewelry.  In this session, students will learn a simple linear right angle weave and make a wrap bracelet which can also double as a necklace with Czech glass “Peanut” beads and small round seed beads, pearls or gemstones.  $20.00 + materials. Location: EOS Designs Studio.

June 17th @ 7pm

Mapping Marblehead: From Founding to Freedom

Join Marblehead Historical Commissioners Pam Peterson, Chris Johnston and David Krathwohl to learn about Marblehead history through maps. Marblehead is a town that is unusually rich in history. With five centuries of stories to tell, this is just the beginning. Maps from the 17th and 18th centuries set the framework for the town and its development. The 17th century founding of a small fishing settlement laid the groundwork for a stable governing body and a strong economy. This foundation allowed the town to grow and prosper in the 18th century, becoming independent and strong enough to be a part of the creation of the new United States.

June 18th @ 5pm

Juneteenth Flag Raising

Gather at Abbot Hall on Friday, June 18th at 5:00pm to raise the Juneteenth Flag. This event is organizedy by North Shore Juneteeth Assocation, Inc. in collaboration with the Town of Marblehead.

June 19th: 9am – 12pm

Marblehead Farmers Market

The Marblehead Farmers’ Market is every Saturday, 9am – 12pm, at Veterans Middle School at 217 Pleasant St. (rain or shine). Visit their Facebook page for updates on the participating vendors.

June 19th: 2pm – 5pm

Rock for Meg Reboot Fundraiser

Fundraiser at Marblehead Charter (17 Lime St) to support Tim Sullivan’s 7th Boston Marathon run in honor of Megan Sheehy. All proceeds to benefit Mass. General Hospital Pediatric Oncology. Live music, ice cream, and raffles! Suggested donation $10 or $25/family.

June 19th @ 5pm

Seasiders Baseball Game

The Marblehead Seasiders play the Peabody Champions play at Seaside Park on Saturday, June 19th at 5:00pm.

June 20th @ 5pm

Seasiders Baseball Game

The Seasiders host North Reading at Seaside Park on Sunday, June 20th at 5:00pm

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June 20th @ 7pm

Cries & Ballads of  London: Concert

The Church of St. Andrew in Marblehead will present a concert titled “Cries and Ballads of London” Sunday, June 20, at 7 p.m. The concert will be in the church and will also be streamed live online. It is made possible by the 2020–2021 Gian Lyman Silbiger Grant, awarded by the Viola da Gamba Society–New England. The program, under the direction of St. Andrew’s Music Director Mary Jodice, will feature the eight-voice chamber choir Jubilate and the El Dorado Viol Consort. The groups will perform secular early music, centering on “The Cries of London” by Orlando Gibbons (1583-1625), which reflects cries of street vendors selling their wares. To reserve a seat, click the link below. For those attending in person, the ticket price will be $20 per person, payable at the door.

June 21st: 11am – 3pm

Red Cross Blood Drive

Marblehead Rotary Club & Jewish Community Center are sponsors for a Red Cross Blood Drive on June 21st from 11am – 3pm. Location is the Jewish Community Center at 4 Community Road Marblehead, MA 01945. Visit and enter “schedule an appointment” or CALL 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767).

June 21st: 4:30pm – 5:30pm

Permaculture Landscape Design

Join Tower School science teacher Colleen Parenteau, who is certified in Permaculture Design and a small group of her 6th grade students as they discuss how they applied their knowledge of ecological concepts to create landscape designs for their campus.

June 21st: 7pm – 8:30pm

Continuing Conversations on Race: The Color of Law

Abbot Public Library and the Marblehead Racial Justice Team are presenting “Continuing Conversations on Race” on Zoom on Monday, June 21st at 7:00 pm.  Join to watch the video “Segregated By Design” that examines the forgotten history of how our federal, state, and local governments unconstitutionally segregated every major metropolitan area in America through law and policy. The video is based on The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America by Richard Rothstein.

June 22nd: 7am – 8pm

Election Day!

June 22nd is Election Day in Marblehead. Click below for polling locations.

June 22nd: 3:30pm – 5:30pm

Zig Zag Czech Druk Bracelet

Students can choose to make either a bracelet or an anklet from this fun zig zag stringing pattern, using 3 sizes of Czech glass beads. No prior jewelry making skills are needed. $20.00 + materials. Location: EOS Designs Studio.

June 24rd: 4pm – 6:30pm

BZ Presents Summer Favorites

Join Shubie’s under their tent for their first wine tasting since February 2020! They will be pouring 16 summer must-have wines! 20% off any assortment of 12 bottles of the featured wines. There will be a $20 tasting fee (fee is required due to the special one day license granted by the town. But the fee will be credited back to any purchase of the wines featured that evening). For the safety and health of all, Shubie’s kindly requests that all participants be fully vaccinated. June 23rd from 4:0opm – 6:30pm at Shubie’s (16 Atlantic Ave).

June 24th: 3:30pm – 5:30pm

Pearl Leather Macrame Bracelet

This macrame weave is simple to master, and when used with leather and large hole pearls, results in a stunning bracelet. Students can opt out of pearls and use large hole glass or gemstones in their projects. $20.00 + materials. Location: EOS Designs Studio.

June 25th

Ordinary Elephant Virtual Concert

The acclaimed musical duo Ordinary Elephant played a virtual concert at the Me&Thee in March but they had some technical issues that evening. They are rebroadcasting this special concert again on Friday, June 25. Currently residing in southern Louisiana, Crystal and Pete Damore have made a significant imprint on the folk music landscape in the last several years. Their debut album from 2017, Before I Go, shot to the top of the folk-DJ list as soon as it was released, and they became a fan favorite because of their pure sound and charming performances. The Me&Thee show will be viewable on YouTube and Facebook.

June 26th: 9am – 12pm

Marblehead Farmers Market

The Marblehead Farmers’ Market is every Saturday, 9am – 12pm, at Veterans Middle School at 217 Pleasant St. (rain or shine). Visit their Facebook page for updates on the participating vendors.

June 29th: 3:30pm – 5:30pm

Barrell Knotting with Leather & Large Hole Beads

Create beautiful rustic chic jewelry using leather & beads. Students will learn how to properly knot cording w/large hole beads & leather using a barrel knotting technique.$20.00 + materials. Location: EOS Designs Studio.

July 1st – 5th

Marblehead Festival of Arts

Cod Auction: Beautiful cod are arriving to be photographed and staged for display throughout the town.

Painting-the-Town: The work of our Plein Air painters will be on display during the Festival at the Grace Community Church.

Exhibits: Our July festival will include three Marblehead venues displaying a broad range of work by talented local artists. 

Artisans Marketplace: Artisans Marketplace will be held at Abbot Hall and the Lee Mansion this year.

Sand and Kite: At Devereux Beach!

More Information Coming Soon!

July 2nd: 6pm – 8pm

Mural Unveiling & Public Art Response

Hosted by the public art committee, under the auspices of the Marblehead Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with Marblehead Festival of Arts. Join on July 2nd for the unveiling of a temporary mural that will be displayed along the façade of Marblehead’s beloved Jeremiah Lee Mansion.  The mural – themed “Imagining the Way Forward” – is designed and painted by artist John Plunkett of Lynn, MA and will remain on display through the beginning of August.   This community-wide event will provide the opportunity for visitors and artists of all ages to respond to the inspiring mural through on-site art making in the garden. So, come prepared to GET CREATIVE!  The artist will also be present to share his vision and process. FREE event located at the Lee Mansion Gardens.

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July 12th @ 12pm

Marblehead Open Golf Tournament

Join the Marblehead Chamber of Commerce on July 12th for a day of great fun, golf and camaraderie! This year, tournament play is in the afternoon, with registration beginning at noon, and a Shotgun/Scramble start at 1 pm. 20% of your registration fee will help fund two Marblehead Chamber Scholarships for future graduation Marblehead High School Seniors! For more information on golfing or tee sponsor opportunities, please email Will Monks at or call the Chamber at (781) 631-2868.


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