It was a busy weekend. Check the rundown to see for yourself. Here’s a few shots from three things that happened, Pirate’s Day in Lynn Woods, a gallery show opening at LynnArts, and the Lynn Museum’s Bootleg Bash, celebrating their 115th year.
At Lynn Woods for Pirate’s Day: Makayla Lewis, Leana Lewis, Aliana Caron, Susan Alfonsi, Shawn Alfonsi, Buddy Alfonsi, Jen Coffey, Marina Billanueba, Kenny Balduc, Eddy Lewis.
“Pirate Clay” readies a group for their interactive tour of the woods.
An opening reception is held for two shows at LynnArts. This is Panic Riot. It features the work of Jenni Sussman (above), Antonia Cianfrani, and Lena Schmid.
At the Lynn Museum’s Bootleg Bash, Lynn Legacies Ed and Pearl Brown are honored for their years of service to the Museum and to the community.
Many of the attendees of the Bootleg Bash wore period costume.
Miss Lydia Harrell and The Lovely Singer Band provided the entertainment, in partnership with the Salem Jazz & Soul Festival.
Members of the Boston Lindy Bomb Squad doing a dance demonstration.
Some of the Lynn Museum Staff and Board.