KINGSTON — Due to the recent expansion of the school, Seacoast Charter School still has spaces available in the third- and fourth-grade classrooms as well as in the seventh- and eighth-grade classrooms.
Seacoast Charter School is an arts integrated public charter school that offers grades K-8. The mission of the school is to provide excellence in core academics and the arts while cultivating the individual qualities and strengths of each child.
Students learn to look closely, listen carefully, respond thoughtfully and work collaboratively. Opportunities for creative expression and independent thinking are an integral part of the rigorous academic program.
Call 642-8400 to set up a meeting and tour of the school. Visit seacoastcharterschool.org.
Big craft, food fair opens at The Rock
SALEM —S hop and eat at the New England Craft and Specialty Food Fair today through Sunday at Rockingham Park, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day.
More than 250 vendors will sell everything from quilts, candles, turned wood, pottery and jewelry to stained glass, blown glass, puzzles, calendars, pet gifts, photography and more.
Adult admission is $7 and is good for all three days. Children younger than 14 are admitted free.
A “food sampling” extravaganza will include jams and jellies, maple products, candy, hot sauces, fudge, salsa, baked goods and more.
Visit castleberryfairs.com for more details.
Pets can meet Santa on Sunday at mall
SALEM — Bring your pets to visit Santa at the Mall at Rockingham Park Sunday from 6 to 7:30 p.m. and again Dec. 2 from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
This special, pet-friendly opportunity is in addition to Santa’s regular hours.
People and are encouraged to bring their pets through the mall entrance at Level 1 by Macy’s.
The mall is at 99 Rockingham Park Blvd.
Hear Rachel Revere’s side of the story
LONDONDERRY — Leach Library will host performer Joan Gatturna as Rachel Revere in “The Other Side of the Midnight Ride: A Visit with Rachel Revere” Thursday at 7 p.m. Hear the story of what life was like for the second wife of Revolutionary Boston’s most famous patriot.