The Oracle Chamber 142 Derby St, Salem, MA01970 Between them, owners Michael and Therese Pendragon have more than five decades of experience in the Pagan and magical…More fields. Therese, a third degree high priestess, teaches belly dancing and magic classes, and handcrafts many of the items in her store. Potions, bird feathers, incense, magic potions, oils, dream catchers and corn dolls line the walls of The Oracle Chamber. The store also offers psychic readings, from a quick palm reading to a more elaborate past lives reading.
The Broom Closet 3 Central St, Salem, MA01970 The Broom Closet is an authentic witch supply store located near the Essex St. pedestrian mall. The shop stocks ritual…More tools, herbs, handmade capes and clothing, Alivan's wands and handmade brooms. There are tarot readings with Lady June available by appointment and The Broom Closet also offers classes such as tarot reading, introduction to witchcraft and pendulum basics.
The Goddess Treasure Chest 8 Derby Sq, Salem, MA01970 Founded in 1993, The Goddess Treasure Chest offers psychic readings in person and on the phone, as well as private…More parties and seances for groups of six or more. Owner and psychic Sylvia says all her psychics are licensed by the City of Salem, and recommends customers book psychic readings in advance during the months of July, August, and October. Readings include astrology charts, past-life regressions, and aura photography. The shop also sells jewelry, artwork, crystals, candles, incense, soaps, body lotions, greeting cards, music, books, chimes, scarves, tarot cards, fairy dolls, and doggie products. Star, the owner's beloved cocker spaniel, greets customers when they enter the store.
Linda Weinbaum 18 Hancock St, Salem, MA01970 Linda Weinbaum is a psychic, clairvoyant, and medium offering fortune telling, psychic reading and mediumship services.…More To schedule an appointment, call Ms. Weinbaum's office during regular business hours.
Angels Landing is a gift and healing shop, carrying a variety of items related to spiritual, metaphysical, and…More healing modalities.
Angels Landing offers weekly meditation, spiritual development and healing classes, as well as aura photography and psychic readings.
Owned by well-known and established medium, Reiki Master, polarity therapist, teacher, and lecturer the Rev. Barbara E. Szafranski, Angels Landing is located downtown near the Peabody Essex Museum. Gifts, books, incense, candles, jewelry, oils, statuettes, witches, angels, and other items all can be shipped.
During the busy month of October , reservations for a reading is highly recommended.
The Salem Haunted Magic Show 18 Washington Sq W, Salem, MA01970 The Salem Haunted Magic Show is a magic and mind-reading show. It features magic tricks, comedy and audience…More participation. The show is for all ages and is held in the library of the Historic Hawthorne Hotel.
Pyramid Books 214 Derby St, Salem, MA01970 This airy store offers one of the largest collections of new age products in Salem. It sells books, jewelry, gifts,…More crystals, candles, incense and so much more. Buy a pack of Tarot cards, or better yet, let Pyramid Books give you a reading.
Record Exchange 256 Washington St, Salem, MA01970 The Record Exchange is the place to go if you're looking for an old, hard-to-find record. It buys used CD's, DVD's,…More records and tapes and carries a wide collection of new and used ones for sale. The Record Exchange has been around since 1972 and its friendly staff is very well read on all of the collectible materials and records it sells.
Fatima's Psychic Studio 6 Hawthorne Blvd, Salem, MA01970 Fatima's Psychic Studio provides psychic readings and fortune telling services. It is located near downtown attractions,…More including Salem Common, the Hawthorne Hotel, and Peabody Essex Museum.
Nu Aeon 88 Wharf St, Salem, MA01970 Nu Aeon is a store stocked with items necessary for the practice of magick. The owner, a self-professed witch,…More encourages the practice of ceremonial magick and Pagan alternate spirituality. Nu Aeon carries magickal books, herbs, clothing, jewelry and much more. The owners have been witches for decades and are very knowledgable on the subjects of witchcraft, magick, and Paganism. The shop also offers presentations and readings.
Currently headed by Principal Nancy L. Pelletier, Bentley Elementary offers grades K-5 for Salem residents. In…More addition to classes, the school stresses the importance of integrating the arts, technology, reading and science into the everyday lives of students.
Bentley Elementary maintains partnerships with residents, various organizations and businesses in Salem. The school and PTO promote recycling, reading programs that involve community members and participation with various community resources that preserve the arts, history and culture. The school also works with various educational institutions to provide professional development opportunites.
After school programs available include participation with Salem Boy and Girls Club, Salem YMCA and Salem Community Child Care. The school is located along Memorial Drive adjacent to Irzyk Park. Collins Cove Beach and Collins Cove Park/Playground are located nearby as well.
The Salem Early Childhood Center for preschoolers is located within the same facility.
Pediatric Health Care Associates PC 600 Loring Ave, Salem, MA01970 Services offered at Pediatric Health Care Associates include laboratory services, new patient consults, sick…More appointments and well child appointments. Providers on the team include Dr. Sarah Crowley, Dr. Richard Cuneo, Dr. Jill Diamond, Dr. April Harber and Dr. Stuart Pergament. The business also has locations in Peabody, Lynn, Reading and Melrose.
Salem Harbor Community Development Corporation 102 Lafayette St, Salem, MA01970 Since 1979, Salem Harbor Community Development Corporation has provided affordable housing and other community…More development services to low and moderate income families on the North Shore. The group maintains 24 buildings with 180 units in Salem. The Salem Harbor CDC also offers a community English program for speakers of other languages. The primary focus is on oral communication, but basics in reading and writing are also part of the curriculum. During winter, spring, and fall, classes meet mornings and evenings, two times per week for two hours per class.