The Salem Saturday Market near the Capitol is an endearing staple of our city. A good place for lunch or to pick up local produce and gifts. And who hasn’t discovered a new sweet to try or stared at a weird vegetable you never knew was locally grown? This article will show you how to walk to the market and see something interesting on the way.
With the always wholesome Pressplay Salem publishing The Anti-Racist Ally’s Holiday Gift Guide, we are reminded that many locally owned businesses are struggling. If you are looking for takeout, or a holiday gift, why not support local?! Here are some neighborhood options: Plants and flowers 13th Street Nursery – 1298 13th St SE – 13thstreetnursery.net […]
Our neighbors come in all races and speak many languages. After all, SESNA is one of Salem’s more diverse neighborhoods.
At the end of 2015, our neighborhood was designated a Heritage Neighborhood. In celebration, we have created this Heritage Neighborhood calendar. All proceeds from calendar sales will support neighborhood projects. Printing is provided by Fox Blue. Calendars are $15 each.