Monthly Mid-Day Speaker Series In partnership with Explorers Lifelong Learners Institute Join Michael Goldman, political consultant and Salem Explorers lecturer, who will discuss how the year 1968 was the most consequential year of the 20th century. Coffee and bagels will be served. FREE and everyone is welcome, but you must RSVP (click "Going" below.)
Join Alex Safian, PhD, Associate Director and Research Director of CAMERA (Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting and Analysis) for a talk and Q&A. Free, but please RSVP below (click "Going.") For more information, email Sara Ewing at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once We Were Home, a novel that weaves together the fictional lives of four displaced children, has been called a “revelation” that animates WWII histories readers never knew about. Oskar and Ana have been hidden by a Polish farm family. Roger has been raised in a convent. Renata believes her German parents are her own. What happens after […]
Join us for a glow in the dark dance party, Hanukkah activities, Pizza and delicious Hanukkah treats, here at the JCCNS! For families with children ages 8 and under Free and Open to the Public, but you must RSVP. *We are no longer taking RSVPs as we are at capacity for this event.* If you […]
The Cottage Gardeners of Marblehead and Swampscott, presented at the JCCNS Join us for a presentation by Ginny von Rueden, former President of the Driftwood Garden Club and award-winning interior and garden designer, who will share images and stories from the Club’s 70th birthday celebration tour of some of the most delightful and exquisite houses […]
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