GREEN SALEM BUSINESS CHALLENGE PANEL DISCUSSION AND SSU LEED BUILDING TOUR. Wednesday, April 10, 8:30 a.m., Enterprise Center, Salem State University, 121 Loring Ave. Coincides with the online opening of the 2013 GSBC Survey. Panel discussion, titled “‘Green Genies’: Is it Magic — How Easy Is It to Go Green?” features local Salem businesses that have made strides in going green. A tour of Marsh Hall, a LEED Gold-certified building on the SSU campus, will directly follow the discussion. Bring questions and ideas. Event and tour are free. Register at http://gsbcgreengeniesapril10.eventbrite.com/.
TRAVELOGUE PRESENTATION. Wednesday, April 10, 5:30 p.m., Zumi’s Espresso & Ice Cream, 40 Market St., Ipswich. The Rev. Bradford Clark of Ascension Memorial Church will share highlights of his experiences and the places he visited during his four-month journey to Grand Tetons, Bhutan, Jerusalem and Ireland. Slides, video and blog entries will navigate a journey of spiritual education, discovery and reflection. Free. 978-356-1988, email@example.com or www.zumis.com.
FISH TALES FROM THE FISH HOUSE: MAKING BEACH FIND MOSAICS. Wednesday, April 10, 7 p.m., Swampscott Yacht Club, located on the second floor of the Fish House at Fisherman’s Beach. The sixth lecture features Swampscott artist Judy Trujillo teaching a free workshop on creating sea glass and pottery mosaic. Attendees should bring a new or old picture frame (no larger than 11 by 14 inches), beach glass and/or pottery, Elmer’s white glue (not school glue), or Weldbond glue. Glue the glass to the frame in advance of the workshop. Cash bar available. Free. Reservations required at 781-962-5587.
FILM DISCUSSION GROUP. Wednesday, April 10, 7 p.m., Peabody Institute Library, 82 Main St., Peabody. Discuss the art of filmmaking and current trends and historical contexts that influenced the creation of “Breathless.” View film prior to discussion. Register at 978-531-0100, ext. 10, or www.peabodylibrary.org.
SALEM ATHENAEUM ADAMS LECTURE. Wednesday, April 10, 7:30 p.m., First Church in Salem, Unitarian, 316 Essex St. Award-winning author, historian and Harvard University history professor Maya Jasanoff will deliver this year’s Adams Lecture, which explores the impact of the Revolutionary War on Americans who remained loyal to Britain. Wine and dessert reception will follow the lecture. $30/ticket, $25/Athenaeum members, $5/students with ID. Purchase tickets at www.salemathenaeum.net or 978-744-2540.