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Celebrate “Calle Casa Trompé l’oeil Mural No. 1,” a new mural on the side of Casa de Moda in Beverly, this morning at 9:30. Casa de Moda’s Janice and Donald Preston, muralist Philip Coleman and Montserrat College of Art interns Shoshana Browne-Gaiero, Amy Titus and Eric Wright will be at the presentation, which will be followed by a reception inside Casa de Moda. Casa de Moda is at the corner of Cabot and Pond streets.
Get ready for fresh fruit and veggies, cheeses and baked goods, as the Salem Farmers Market opens this afternoon at 32 Derby Square. The market features demonstrations, live music and more than 35 vendors. For more information, call 978-744-0004, or visit www.salemmainstreets.org or www.salemfarmersmarket.org.
Students at Bruce McCorry's Martial Arts will show off their skills during "Martial Arts for St. Jude," a fundraiser for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, tonight at 5:30. The studio is at 220 Newbury St., Peabody. Donations can be made by contacting Sandra at 978-535-7878 or firstname.lastname@example.org.