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Northshore January February 2016

Northshore magazine showcases the best that the North Shore of Boston, MA has to offer.

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64 | JANUARY + FEBRUARY 2016 developers are wel- come. The games will range from analog to digital with an as- sortment of card games, board games, and video games. Come collaborate with others and learn new writing, art, animation, sound, and design skills. 5 p.m. Free, 23 Essex St., Salem, 978-921-4242, 7 Cruiseport Gloucester's Bridal Expo J A N U A R Y 3 1 Eighty vendors from the North Shore will be invited to Glouces- ter's Cruiseport to help ease and advise anxious brides. There will be florists, photog- raphers, entertainers, and, of course, cake to taste before the big day. This year's expo will even include a fashion show! 12 p.m. Cost $10, 6 Rowe Sq., Gloucester, 978-282-9700, 1 From the Farm Kettle J A N U A R Y 9 A N D 2 3 Join Appleton Farm's culinary workshop series to inspire and improve your winter recipes. Choose from a collec- tion of country soups, savory chowders, and hearty stews to warm up this chilly season. Roll up your sleeves and receive hands-on instruction and your own recipe booklet. 3 p.m. Cost $60–$180, 219 County Rd., Ipswich, 978-356-5728, 2 Alchemy of the Soul J A N U A R Y 9 – A P R I L 3 The Peabody Essex Museum explores Cuba's sugar trade history. The artist, Maria Magdalena, depicts abandoned sugar mills and rum factories she recalls from her childhood on the island. She mixes the sweet smell of rum with large-scale blown-glass sculptures, paintings, and photographs to create an intoxicating remembrance of the Cuban sugar industry. Cost $5–$18, 161 Essex St., Sa- lem, 866-745-1876, 3 Seaport's Wedding Day Expo J A N U A R Y 1 0 Don't miss the oppor- tunity to meet with some of the most prominent professionals in the wed- ding industry. Hundreds agenda Alchemy of the Soul exhibit; Below, Cruiseport Gloucester's Bridal Expo of brides visit Seaport's Wedding Day Expo in search of the most af- fordable and reputable industry professionals in Boston. Ensure that your wedding plans are executed by the best in the business. 11:30 a.m. Cost $10–$15, 200 Seaport Blvd., Boston, 4 New England Bridal Affair Wedding Expo J A N U A R Y 1 7 New England's most exclusive wedding vendors will be featured at this year's bridal showcase. The latest fashions in accessories, dresses, and tuxedos, as well as informa- tion regarding venue, rental, rehearsal, and reception options, will be on offer. Cosmetic representatives, dance instructors, DJs, and even financial advisors will also be in attend- ance. Additionally, caterers will be on hand with light bites. Brides can start planning for their honeymoon and future home by setting up wedding registries, travel agents, transpor- tation, and much more! 12 p.m. Cost $7, Hilton Back Bay, Boston, 978-479-3616, 5 Baystate Bridal Expo J A N U A R Y 2 4 Attend Boston's 17th An- nual Baystate Bridal Expo at the Sheraton Hotel. There will be wonder- ful displays and a large variety of vendors to represent all the city has to offer. Brides can find everything they're looking for, all in one place! 11 a.m. Cost $12, 39 Dalton St., Boston, 860-563-2111, 6 North Shore Game Jam J A N U A R Y 2 9 – 3 1 Montserrat College of Art will host the 2nd Annual North Shore Game Jam. The 32-hour weekend event will begin at 5 p.m. on Friday and continue through 7 p.m. on Sunday. Whether merely curious or quite experienced, all game Photographs, top to bottom, by Walter Silver, courtesy of Cruiseport Gloucester

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