Monday, January 24, 2022

Valentine Love Mug w/ Treats

 Happy Valentine's Day from #hhmagazine

Limited time offer ... 12 oz custom / handcrafted Love Salem (Valentine's edition) Mug.  Filled with 7 oz of Cherry flavored jellied hearts from our own Ye Olde Pepper Company here in Salem, Ma.  Sales good through February 14, 2022.  Grab your's before they are gone!



Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Vaccine Requirement Salem, Ma.

 Salem's Vaccine Requirement for Certain Businesses Commences this Saturday, January 15th

The Salem Board of Health has voted to adopt a measure that re-establishes the city-wide indoor mask requirement and establishes a proof-of-vaccination requirement for entry into certain high-risk businesses in order to help keep Salem residents and employees safe. You can read the full order as well as a FAQ section at salem.com/safesalem.

Starting January 15, 2022, persons entering any of the types of establishments in the City of Salem listed below will be required to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19 in the following phases:

Phase 1: Starting January 15, 2022, all individuals ages 12 and over are required to present proof of at least one dose of vaccination, in either a one-dose or two-dose series.

Phase 2: Starting March 1, 2022, all individuals ages 12 and over are required to present proof of either one dose of a one-dose vaccine series or two doses in a two-dose series. All individuals ages 5 to 11 are required to present proof of at least one dose of vaccination, in either a one-dose or two-dose series.

Phase 3: Starting May 1, 2022, all individuals ages 5 to 11 are required to present proof of either one dose of a one-dose vaccine series or two doses in a two-dose series.

This requirement applies to the following types of businesses in the City of Salem: movie theaters, music and concert venues, commercial event and party venues, museums and galleries, haunted houses and similar attractions, escape rooms, exhibition spaces, performance venues, theaters, indoor sports facilities, bowling alleys, indoor portions of food service establishments offering food and drink including restaurants, indoor gyms and fitness centers, yoga/pilates/barre/dance studios, boxing/kickboxing gyms, fitness boot camps, indoor pools, and other facilities used for conducting group fitness classes.

The requirement does not apply to exclusively retail establishments, including grocery stores, or to any food service establishment offering food and/or drink exclusively for off-premises or outdoor consumption. It also does not apply to food service establishments providing charitable food services, such as pantries or soup kitchens. 

Wednesday, January 5, 2022

New Products Coming in 2022

 New Products in our Online Store...

First we have a few new face mask styles... Powered by Witchdust and LoveSalem - more items coming soon!

All masks are handmade by: #hhmagazine.  Limited quantities in colors... they are going fast!  Grab yours today!  https://www.hauntedhappeningssalem.com/store/face-mask



Sunday, January 2, 2022

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!!

Thank You all who helped make 2021 so amazing.  Can't wait to see what 2022 holds for us in Historic, Salem, MA.  Enjoy this quick recap video Thank You 2021 Recap

See you around town .... follow us on social to keep up to date! @hhmagazine

Thursday, December 30, 2021

Site Wide - Year End Sale 20% OFF

 Happy New Year! 

We are closing out 2021 with a Special 20% OFF Site Wide Sale           (use code: 20hhm21) - any purchase of $20 or more.  FREE SHIPPING!! 

 We are making room for new 2022 inventory in hopes to expand our online store with things you have been asking for.  

Hope you all had a nice holiday season and happy & healthy New Year!  Stay Safe, Stay Well! - Sale Ends at midnight Dec. 31st 2021

#hhmagazine Staff & Marty 

Monday, June 8, 2020

Welcome Back to the Witch City!

Today the Massachusetts enters Phase 2 of reopening, which means our beloved Witch City is starting to get back to normal again! Many of Salem's small businesses & locally owned restaurants are opening their doors back up this week.

Precautions are still in place throughout the town so please be sure to pay attention in each establishment. The city is still asking that you do wear a mask inside & try to stay at least 6 feet away from others.

We can't wait to welcome you all back to the Witch City but remember to bring your masks & follow CDC guidelines! Let's follow guidelines now to make sure we save Halloween!


Saturday, March 14, 2020

Coronavirus/Covid-19 Closure Updates

Here in Salem we are taking the Covid-19 outbreak seriously. Many businesses have released statements regarding disinfecting their facilities with a plan to stay open for the public until further notice. Others have chosen to close their doors in the wake of the outbreak. Below is the current list of closures & cancelations. 

As of now, the following businesses have closed or suspended their season open:


Confirmed festival & event cancellations are as follows: