Essex National Heritage Area sites offer over 150 free family fun events over two weekends each September for the annual celebration of TRAILS & SAILS. Participants can hike, bike, paddle, stroll or sail through the region and Essex National Heritage Area will provide a passport to fun and adventure. It’s all FREE and it’s all located within the 34 cities and towns of Essex County. You can read more about it Trails & Sails 2018
Cuvilly Arts & Earth Center has promoted environmental education and sustainability since 1983. Located in Ipswich, Mass., Cuvilly operates a farm-based pre-school and kindergarten and summer programs as well as an alternative energy site.
Using the expansive Cuvilly campus which includes open fields, woods, a pond and gardens, as well as paddocks for our many farm animals, the Cuvilly Preschool and Kindergarten provides students with a variety of learning experiences to guide them in positive modes of self expression and prepare them for future school experiences. Kindly call us today to schedule a tour and take a peek.
Cape Ann Art Haven seeks to address the need for artistic development in children of the Cape Ann community. We aspire to create a studio where kids will be encouraged to discover their creative ability through a variety of art mediums, in hopes to build character and self confidence.
The Chinese Folk Art Workshop is a non-profit organization based in the Boston area. The Workshop aims to promote interaction with and understanding of Chinese culture in the community. Its members range in age from 12 to 18, and they perform a variety of traditional Chinese folk arts such as Dragon Dance, Lion Dance, Taiwanese Drums, Chinese yoyo and Folk Dance.
Lynn Arts Inc is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting cultural activity in the city of Lynn, as well as to encouraging community interest and involvement in the arts in the Greater Boston area. It is the firm belief of this organization that the arts enhance the quality of life and the economic vitality for both residents and businesses of a city.
Tuesday, September 25
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