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5 Things To Do This Weekend

Here are some tips for weekend activities in the Witch City.

It's a hot weekend following a hot week. Here are some suggestions to help cool off the mind and body around town.

Feel free to add your own events to the comments session below.

Friday, July 22

 — Enjoy this exhibition of ritual bronzes spanning the last millennium featuring depictions of deified heroes, pastoral gods, goddesses and totemic animal spirits. This event is free for all Salem residents and all children 16 years old and under.

— Enjoy this performance by Rebel Shakespeare at the . An evening of Shakespeare will be held in the garden. Bring your own picnic blankets and chairs.

Saturday, July 23

Flint Street Yard Sale - Word is out that this little yard sale at 35 Flint St. could be one for the record books. Find great stuff at great prices. Tell Amie Salem Patch sent you. Hours are 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

A3D Salem Culture Fest - This event will be held on  starting at 10 a.m. and running until 8 p.m. Cultural performances, tasty foods, and talented artists and crafters will all come together. There will also be an Ethical Electronics Recycling benefit. Admission is free.

Sunday, July 24

 — Sample some wines from Market Wines & Spirits and along with some beers from Narragansett and Samuel Adams.  Fine cuisine from local establishments will also be on hand for your enjoyment. If it rains, the event will held at on Derby Street. This event is $65 for non-HSI members.

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