Marblehead Little Theatre 12 School St, Marblehead, MA01945 Marblehead Little Theatre is a non-profit volunteer community theatre organization that hosts its own company…More performances as well as a myriad of shows from local theatre companies like Salem and Swampscott. Childrens shows, Friday night movies, and local performers are just some of the offerings of the quaint theatre.
Friends of Marblehead's Abandoned Animals 44 Village St, Marblehead, MA01945 This nonprofit shelter allows people to adopt cats and dogs. Since 1993, Friends of Marblehead's Abandoned Animals has…More been run by volunteers who provide food, shelter, medical care and homes to the dozens of animals abandoned and brought to the Marblehead Animal Shelter each year. This is a no-kill shelter. Expenses are paid for by donations.
Me and Thee Coffee House 28 Mugford St, Marblehead, MA01945 The Me & Thee Coffeehouse hosts the North Shore's original acoustic music series at the Unitarian Universalist…More Church of Marblehead. Me & Thee has been a volunteer, non-profit organization since 1970 sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Church of Marblehead. Teas, coffees, cider and pastries are available while you enjoy the music.
Located at the intersection of West Shore Drive and Lafayette Street, this 8-acre park is home to four baseball…More diamonds with backstops, dugouts, outfield fences, bleachers and lights for night play. The park also includes batting cages, bathrooms and a "volunteer shed," as well as a small woodchip playground, basketball court and open playing field.
Parking is available in a lot off West Shore Drive, or in a small lot off Everett Paine Boulevard, adjacent to the entrance to to the Wyman Woods Conservation Area.
The Mary A. Alley Municipal Building houses 11 of the town's departments.
The Tax Collector's and Town…More Treasurer's offices are combined under one roof - and one director - at the Mary Alley Municipal Building.
The collector is responsible for the collection of real estate, personal property, motor vehicle and boat excise taxes and other municipal fees. Tax payments are possible online. Details can be found here.
The Assessors Department also has its office here. It provides Marblehead with fiscal stability by ensuring that the town's personal and realty property is promptly, fairly and equitably valued and classified. The Assessors Department determines the fair market value of all property for the purposes of taxation, and compiles tax reports for reference in the office. Volunteer opportunities are available as well, such as the Senior Work-off Program in which senior citizens can offer their services for clerical work.