1. Check Out a World Record Attempt: Aaron Katz of The Dejas will attempt to break the world record for continuous drumming in a store at Wynott's Wands on Essex Street Saturday. The world record attempt is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m.. Click Here for all the details.
2. Listen to Some Live Music: As always, there are plenty of options when it comes to live music in Salem this weekend. Click Here to read a handy break-down of the various musical acts that will be playing at venues across the city, written by Salem Patch blogger Bob Broderick.
3. Last Chance for a Free New England Aquarium Trip: Consider a trip to the New England Aquarium in Boston this weekend. Thanks to a grant from the Norman H. Read Charitable Trust, all Salem residents will be admitted into the New England Aquarium for free during the month of September. That is nearly a $100 value for most families. Click Here for all the details. 4. Public Safety Day: Salem's 5th Annual Public Safety Day will be held at the Moose Lodge, 50 Grove St., Salem, Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Click Here for all the details. 5. Fly With the Greatest of Ease: A Fearless Flyers Academytrapeze has been erected at Leslie's Retreat Park in Salem and area residents are now invited to attend aerial arts classes. Click Here for a look at what you'd learn during a first lesson and Click Here to check out the academy's schedule and prices.
For more things going on in Salem this weekend, check out our events calendar.