No matter your preference in music, you’re likely to find something of interest in an unusual show on Saturday, March 11. The Salem Art Association and the Salem Multicultural Institute are combining efforts for one big program to help their finances.
By Jean Dion - Special to Salem Reporter
Shangri-La hopes to spark both conversation and action during Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. The Salem nonprofit is orchestrating delivery of napkins that carry advice.
The Salem Art Association once again wants to give away hundred of backpacks for kids to learn about art. Raising the money to cover costs comes first.
Practice your downward facing dog while surrounded by friendly goats on a hobby farm in west Salem.
Holiday shoppers line up for handcrafted dishtowels available during this annual sale. Demonstrations may inspire you to take up a fiber-related craft.
The Salem Art Association is collaborating with the Salem Multicultural Institute on a new show. Submissions showcasing an artist’s culture or heritage are especially welcome.
As the Salem-Keizer community has grown, so has the need for assistance. Programs supporting students and families in need fill the gap.
The move to a larger restaurant gives Salemites more lunchtime choices in the heart of downtown.
A sharp decline in youth sports officials during the pandemic has led to more canceled games. Local athletic directions are trying to step up recruitment efforts.