Northshore Magazine

March 2016

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80 | MARCH 2016 tips. Participate in raffles, receive free screenings, and more! Free, Northshore Mall, 210 Andover St., Peabody, 978-531-0384, HealthWellnessExpo 6 Nutty Irish 5K M A R C H 1 9 Lace up your running shoes (or snowshoes!) for a challenging but fun 5K run at the Olde Salem Greens Golf Course. Be sure to dress for the cold, and warm yourself with a cup of hot cocoa at the end. A portion of the proceeds goes to the Salem Recreation Department. 10 a.m. Cost $30, 75 Wilson St., Salem, 7 Juilliard String Quartet M A R C H 2 0 One of the world's most renowned schools of music will be visiting the Shalin Liu Performance Center in Rockport as musicians Joseph Lin, Ronald Copes, Roger Tapping, and Joel Krosnick—Juilliard's string-quartet-in- residence—play from Mozart, Richard Wernick, and Debussy. 2 p.m. (pre-concert talk with the musicians); 3 p.m. (performance), cost $49 – $68, 37 Main St., Rockport, 978- 546-7391, 1 Let It Snow! Snowshoe Rentals at Ravenswood T H R O U G H M A R C H 3 1 The Trustees of Reservations property features wide open carriage paths perfect for snowshoeing or Nordic skiing. Adult and children's rental sizes are available. Snowshoes available on a first-come, first-served basis. And don't forget to warm up afterward with hot cocoa by the woodstove. 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. every Saturday, Sunday, and Monday holiday. Cost $10 per pair (members); $20 (nonmembers); family packages available. Ravenswood Park, 481 Western Ave., Gloucester. For information or snow conditions, contact Ramona at rlatham@thetrustees. org or 978-281-8400. 2 Salem Film Festival M A R C H 3 – 1 0 Entering its ninth year, Salem Film Fest is one of New England's largest documentary film festivals and presents a rich and diverse collection of the year's best work from all over the world. Because Salem Film Fest focuses on well-told stories with strong technical elements and interesting visual approaches, each film screened over the week- long schedule represents an immersive aesthetic experience and an opportunity to glimpse the world with fresh eyes. Cost $11 (adults); $9 (seniors, agenda Top to bottom, Juilliard String Quartet, Nutty Irish 5k, The Mayor's Race photography exhibit students, and children) for individual tickets; $80 – $175 for passes. For show times and locations, visit 3 Bring Out the Tomte: A Day of Winter Gnomes M A R C H 5 Say goodbye to winter and hello to spring as we bless the gardens and pastures of the Stevens- Coolidge Place and celebrate the mischievous Swedish gnomes called Tomtes. We'll build a fire, play in the snow, and have crafts for the kids. Dress warmly! Hot chocolate and cookies will be served. 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Cost $5 (members); $15 (member family); $10 (nonmembers); $25 (nonmember family), Stevens-Coolidge Place, 137 Andover St., North Andover, 978-682-3580, 4 The Mayor's Race Photography Exhibit T H R O U G H M A R C H 1 1 The Gloucester campus of Endicott College will be exhibiting E. Michael Miller's photography. See photographs of the Mayor's Race (2011 – 2014) on view during the Gloucester Schooner Festival. View remarkable boats captured by Miller's poignant photography and experience the race through his lens. Free, 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. 33 Commercial St., Gloucester, 978-879-4520, 5 Health & Wellness Expo M A R C H 1 2 Be sure to visit the Northshore Mall as the Peabody, Beverly, and Salem Chambers of Commerce host their annual gathering of more than 40 local organizations who will provide healthy-lifestyle Photographs, top to bottom, by Simon Powis, courtesy of Nutty Irish 5k, by E. Michael Miller courtesy of Endicott College

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