The Marblehead School of Music was founded by Steve and Jennifer Spungin. A graduate of Berklee College of Music,…More Steve has taught private and group music instruction in guitar, bass, piano, drums and violin since 2000, while Jennifer, a Tufts graduate with a Ph.D. in teaching, has worked with students in the Boston public school system since 2001. Both are passionate about music and education, and the Marblehead School of Music is the natural extension of that passion. Music classes include all varieties of instruments and vocals, as well as workshops like guitar building, the "MyBand" program for kids and more.
Steve and Jennifer are supporters of the Marblehead Arts. Steve was instrumental in bringing one of the greatest guitarists in the world, Pierre Bensusan, to perform at the Marblehead Arts Festival in 2008.
Lucky Elephant 231 Washington St, Marblehead, MA01945 Lucky Elephant is owned and was founded by Megan Holst. She offers custom-designed platinum and gold jewelry.…More She graduated from North Bennett Street School in Boston and was a former instructor in the Jewelry Making & Repair program there.
Boston Ballet School provides a comprehensive curriculum founded on the principles of classical dance. Programs are…More offered for students as early as age 2 and on through adulthood.
The Boston Ballet fosters a network of three studios throughout greater Boston. The Marblehead campus shares its facility with the Lynch/van Otterloo YMCA. This facility features four studios, dressing rooms and lounges. The faculty is comprised of world-renowned choreographers and instructors. In cooperation with Children's Hospital, Boston, ths school supplements its instruction with a student wellness program.
Graduates of Boston Ballet School have gone on to join the Boston Ballet and other world-renowned dance companies. Course registration is available online.
"You can fool the eye, but you can't fool the belly, and it's all about the belly at Evan's Deli!" Owner, Evan…More Madoff, grew up, played football and completed his graduation in Marblehead." He then moved to New York, the birthplace of the deli, for 17 years, where he earned his "Ph.D." in "Deli-ology" while working at Michael's Deli on Broadway.
The stores NY-style deli sandwiches are, literally, twice the size ordinary sandwiches, yet half the price of what they would cost in New York. Evan also explains that he spends a little extra to get his meats from New York because, for some reason, he can't seem to get the same quality of flavor anywhere else. Along with pastrami, corned beef and brisket, the store has an excellent, diverse selection of other deli fare, including, but in no way limited to, several kinds of knishes, egg salads, whitefish salads, fresh bagels, lox, cream cheeses, pickles and more.
The store has appeared on Phantom Gourmet more than once and was awarded the distinction of having the best sandwiches on the North Shore.
Don Ganz used to be known as the class clown. Now he is a clown with class. As a full time professional entertainer,…More he has had a diverse and marked career. A graduate of the famed Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Clown College, Don has performed for some 20 years for audiences all over the world.
From circuses to the boardrooms, from cruise ships to The White House, he is at home wherever there is a crowd. He has appeared on numerous television shows and his picture has been in The New York Times, Washington Post, Life Magazine and many other places (but not the post office). His intelligent wit and comedic charm combined with lightning speed sleight-of-hand makes him a more than suitable choice for entertainment at any event.