EVENTS AROUND TOWN

To submit a special event being hosted in Marblehead, send the details & photo to [email protected]

Feb 21st: 6:45pm – 8pm

School to Sea: “Spawning” Future Environmental Leaders

Join SSCW & Abbot Public Library for an Underwater in Salem Sound presentation. Dive into the depths of Salem Sound Coastwatch’s School to Sea program. With the myriad of natural gifts here on our shores, our School to Sea educators are fortunate to have a front row seat to our students’ wonder and curiosity. Join us to explore how nurturing a connection between learners and the ocean inspires the next generation of eco-literate leaders and learn about the local environmental stewards who are leading the way to a healthier sea and shore. Event is both on Zoom and in person at Abbot Public Library.

Feb 22nd @ 2pm

Bubble Painting

Join Hestia Creations to learn how to do this fun technique! We’ll be painting a plate with special blue bubbles, then fusing a nautical bisquie on top. Ages 8 and up. $35 per child, registration is required. Click below or call (781) 639-2727.

Feb 22nd: 4pm – 5:30pm

Teen Movie Screening: Moonrise Kingdom

Join Abbot Public Library for this quirky, artsy comedy! In 1965, two 12-year-olds fall in love at a summer camp. They run off together into the wilderness, but an unexpected event leads to various friends and adults forming a search party to find the youths before calamity strikes. No registration required.

Feb 22nd: 4:30pm – 5:30pm

Teen Yoga

Teen Yoga offers a fun, supportive class that stretches and strengthens the body through dynamic yoga poses. This class brings greater balance and peace to a young person’s mind and spirit through calming, nourishing, restorative poses. Location: The Yoga Loft

Feb 22nd: 6pm – 8pm

Beeded Collage Earrings

Learn how simple it is to create beautiful collage earrings with wire and beads. Students can choose from beginner or intermediate projects depending upon skill level. $24 + materials at Eos Designs Studio.

Feb 23rd @ 9pm

True North

Come out to The Beacon on Friday, February 23rd at 9pm to hear live music from True North! Location: 123 Pleasant St, Marblehead.

Feb 23rd @ 10am

Figurine Painting

Choose your favorite figurine to paint, and Hestia have ‘tableside teaching’, offering specific techniques to create a special masterpiece like an expert. Ages 7 and up. $25 per child, registration is required. Click below or call (781) 639-2727.

Feb 23rd: 3pm – 5pm

Tila Ovals Bracelet

Learn how to make this simple stitched bracelet using Tila, Superduo and Rocaille beads at Eos Designs Studio.. No prior beading or stitchwork experience is needed.  Pattern will be provided, created by Leslie Pope. $32 + materials.

Feb 24th: 10am – 2pm

Sugar & Spice – Sweet Treats of the 18th Century

Join Marblehead Museum for a new program – Sugar and Spice: Sweet Treats of the 18th Century. During this drop-in event, guests can visit the Jeremiah Lee Mansion Kitchen to help Culinary Historian Melissa Vickers as she prepares 18th century gingerbread, lemon drops, march-pane, and pepper cakes. Learn about the availability and accessibility of sugar and spices in Colonial New England, including how and where sugar was produced, the many uses of today’s favorite “sweet” spices, and what types of flavorings were common before vanilla became a pantry staple. It will be held rain or shine in the Jeremiah Lee Mansion. Admission for this event is FREE.

Feb 24th: 10:30am – 12pm

Children’s Morning Movie: Trolls Band Together

On Saturday, Feb. 24 at 10:30 a.m., Abbot Public Library will feature the sequel of “Trolls” where Poppy learns that Branch was a member of the old popular boy band BroZone when he was younger, and Branch needs to go on an adventure to save his family.

Feb 24th: 1pm – 3pm

Midday Movie: My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3

On Saturday, Feb. 24 at 1 p.m., join Abbot Public Library’s Midday Movie Matinee for a showing of Fotoula “Toula” and the Portokalos family embarking on a grand odyssey to their homeland in Greece for a no-holds-barred family reunion. Along the way, each member of the Portokalos clan experiences a host of mishaps and uplifting situations that ultimately strengthen their enduring family bonds.

Feb 24th: 3:30pm – 5pm

Qui Energy + Ease Series: Loving Awareness

The Qi Energy + Ease series invites you to practice Yin Yoga infused with the soulful vibrations of a healing sound bath.  This month we focus on mindful loving awareness as the essence of our life force Qi Energy that animates the seen/unseen. Realizing you are loving awareness energizes inner ease and community connection. Linger in seated/reclined asanas and release the chronic fatigue, aches and pain caused by stagnant qi energy trapped deep within your being.  Absorb the serene sounds of crystal and Tibetan singing bowls, rain sticks, chimes and more. Location: The Yoga Loft.

Feb 24th @ 9pm

The Bordellos

Come out to The Beacon on Saturday,, February 24th at 9pm to hear live music from The Bordellos! Location: 123 Pleasant St, Marblehead.

Feb 25th: 12pm – 3pm

Chocolate & Champagne Sunday

Shop, sip, sample sweets on Sundays at Marblehead Antiques! Browse their two rooms of hidden gems as you sip and savor sweet treats! Marblehead Antiques is located at 118 Pleasant Street, Marblehead.

Feb 26th: 3pm – 4pm

Teen & Tween Opportunities

Teens Only (Ages: 13 -18) can join SPUR at their office to trace, cut, and iron on colorful and festive fabric to pillowcases in preparation of their SPUR Holiday Cheer Drive. There is no experience required and there will not be any sewing. Click below to sign-up.

Feb 27th: 6pm – 8:30pm

Trivia Night

Join the Marblehead Current at The Landing Restaurant for a fun night of food, drinks, and best of all TRIVIA! Hosted by Trivia Master, Steve Corum, of On Tap Trivia. Tickets are only $35 per person.

Feb 28th: 12pm – 1pm

Find the Fraud – Are you as Smart as a Scammer?

Cybercriminals target businesses across the United States on a daily basis. The primary method of attack is to target employee email inboxes and smartphones with malicious email and texts. Learn how to better recognize these threats and keep your business, and your personal accounts, safe! Hosted by the Chamber of Commerce. Lunch will be provided. This workshop is FREE for Chamber members / $10 for non-members. It will be held at the Masonic Hall, 62 Pleasant Street, Marblehead.

Feb 28th: 7:15pm – 8:45pm

Yoga & Mocktails

Inviting all local moms! Join The Yoga Loft for 30 minutes of yoga, followed by a social hour + mocktails and the chance to meet local vendors and experts who specialize in supporting moms. This workshop is in partnership with The Mom Connection.

Feb 29th: 1pm or 4pm

Brass Ring Memoirs – Book Signing Event

Join The Mariner for a presentation about Alzheimer’s and dementia education. Kelly McCarthy will present on her book, Brass Ring Memoirs, and talk about the importance of a person-centered approach to care. All attendees will receive a copy of Brass Ring Memoirs! Location: The Mariner, 265 Pleasant St, Marblehead. RSVP: 781-990-1624 or [email protected].

Feb 29th: 4:30pm – 5:30pm

Teen Yoga

Teen Yoga offers a fun, supportive class that stretches and strengthens the body through dynamic yoga poses. This class brings greater balance and peace to a young person’s mind and spirit through calming, nourishing, restorative poses. Location: The Yoga Loft

Feb 29th: 6pm – 8pm

Champagne Celebration

Sip, Shop, Sip, Hooray! Leap into Spring with a Champage Celebration at All Chic At 152 on Thursday,  Feb 29th from 6pm – 8pm. Check out their new renovations and shop their new arrivals. Gift bags with every purchase! Location: 152 Washington St, Marblehead.

Mar 1st: 4pm – 6pm

Pearl Kumihimo Necklaces

Kumihimo is an ancient Japanese braiding technique employed to make rope ties for Kimonos.  Jewelers have adapted this technique to make beautiful cord or beaded ropes in many styles.  In this class we will complete a round 8 strand beaded bracelet or necklace using beautiful fresh water pearls, gemstones or rounded glass beads. Students need to come to shop a few days before class to pick out beads and  pre-string beads so that the entire class can be spent on weaving. $24 + materials at Eos Designs Studio.

Mar 1st @ 8pm

Vance Gilbert

Join Me&Thee Music for a great night of live music with Vance Gilbert. Show starts at 8pm!

Mar 1st @ 8:30pm

DJ Carla D

Head out to The Beacon for DJ Carla D and a fun night of music and dancing! Location: 123 Pleasant St, Marblehead.

Mar 2nd: 10am – 12pm

Dads & Donuts

Join Hestia on the first Saturday of each month for a special Dads & Donuts event – a great time for kids and their dad or father figure to play in our Paint Your Own Pottery studio! There will be complimentary donuts, creativity, & fun provided to all participants. For more information, reach out to us at [email protected] or call (781) 639-2727.

Mar 2nd @ 9pm

The Johnny Ray Band

Join The Beacon for some great live music by The Johnny Ray Band on Saturday, March 2nd at 9:00pm. Reservations recommended. Location: 123 Pleasant St, Marblehead.

Mar 3rd @ 10am

“Merry Dip” Polar Plunge

Join the Merry Mixers for their first annual Merry Dip on Sunday March 3rd @ 10 am, at Devereux Beach in Marblehead. Jump out of your comfort zone and into an invigorating experience all to benefit pediatrics at Salem Hospital. The plunge will be lead by local @whwolfpack leader Kyann who will be onsite to share all of the amazing wellness benefits of the icy water. If you’re up for the challenge, you must register with a $30 donation to Merry Mixers. All proceeds will go directly toward our yearly fundraising goal. All are welcome to partake in the plunge or donate without plunging and come to cheer everyone on!

Mar 3rd: 12pm – 3pm

Chocolate & Champagne Sunday

Shop, sip, sample sweets on Sundays at Marblehead Antiques! Browse their two rooms of hidden gems as you sip and savor sweet treats! Marblehead Antiques is located at 118 Pleasant Street, Marblehead.

Mar 3rd @ 3pm

Training for Life: A Tale of Two Choices

Lees-onlife is sponsoring Dr. Paul Stricker, a renowned sports medicine doctor from Scripps Medical Center, CA. His message about health today will blow you away, leaving you with a much better understanding of your own personal health journey. He discusses the relationship between nutrition and disease and includes new research backed concepts you can implement that will positively impact your health. Location: Tedesco Country Club.

Mar 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th @ 7pm

Ultimate Vision Quest Series

You’ve done your job growing and supporting others to have their best life, now it’s your turn. Embark on a life-shifting journey with Vision Quest, a four-week transformational mini-course crafted to get super clear and become You 2.0 in the next phase of your life. Led each week by Coach Melly. Early Bird pricing ends Feb 15. Class starts March 5, 2024.

Mar 5th: 5pm – 9pm

MAA Fundraiser at The Landing

Enjoy food and drinks at The Landing between 5:00pm and 9:00pm and 15% of your purchase will be donated to the Marblehead Arts Association. Location: 81 Front Street, Marblehead.

March 6th: 6pm – 8:30pm

MLT Fundraiser at The Landing

Join MLT at The Landing for a charitable evening from 6pm – 8:30pm on Wedneday, March 6th.

Mar 6th: 7pm – 8:30pm

Local Striper Fishing – Tips & Techniques

Scott Edwards is and has been an avid and very productive sport fisherman in local waters for many years. He is an active member of Maddie’s Anglers and has organized and led many fishing tournaments. He will share his tips related to bait, tides, depths, and other tips of how to catch striped bass at Marblehead Yacht Club on March 6th. Program is FREE and open to MYC members and the general public.

March 7th @ 7pm

Women and Children First

Join historian Susan Wilson for a talk on her new book Women and Children First: The Trailblazing Life of Susan Dimock, M.D. In 19th Century America, it was assumed that woman patients would be treated by male doctors. The idea of a “woman doctor” was deemed by many to lie somewhere between unfathomable and repugnant. Then along came Susan Dimock.Dimock’s life reads like an adventure story, from recoiling at slave auctions and witnessing Civil War battles to escaping her fire-engulfed Southern hometown, then finding her place among Boston’s most enterprising women. This lecture is available on Zoom only.

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