The Trustees and New England Sculptors Association are partnering to present a 6-month outdoor sculpture exhibition at Castle Hill on the Crane Estate located at 290 Argilla Road in Ipswich. The “Spirit of Place" exhibition includes 32 pieces created by New England's finest sculptors and placed in gardens, along woodland paths and alongside historic landscape features. This curated show opens May 18 and closes on November 11, 2019.
Celebrate Pi Day at the Museum of Science in Cambridge Massachusetts! Come see all the ways math pops up in our everyday lives and the world around us on Pi Day! Enjoy an assortment of fun, hands-on math themed activities throughout the institution. Join Museum educators and use your STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) inquiry skills at three or more activities and claim an InsPIre magnet!
The ninth annual Flying Horse Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit will feature more than 50 works by established and emerging New England artists, all displayed on the 100-acre campus of Pingree School from September 1 to November 4, 2018. Other artists from afar including New York,California and and New Mexico will also present their work. George Fifield, executive director of Boston Cyberarts and a leader in the emerging field of digital sculpture, is the honorary chair. The pieces are created in many different media, including wood, glass, bronze, recycled metal, steel, cotton, and fiberglass. There will be interactive pieces such as a 25-foot musical fence built by the Pickup Music Project in Somerville.
Bring the family to the Lynn Museum and Historical Society to honor of Black History Month! We will have storytellers Linda and Sumner McClain and puppeteer Dora Tevan, who will make Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad come alive! Admission is FREE.
Peabody Essex Museum invites kids and families for days of fun and engaging events and activities during February vacation week! Come to the Museum Come join us for a week of exploration into our relationship with nature and discover new ways to become a steward of the earth. There will be drop in art activities, collaborative art projects, multisensory tours, artist demonstrations and more!
Join MIT Museum for Feb Fest, an annual celebration during February school vacation week, with daily hands-on activities, workshops, and more. Come for a fun filled week of science, hands-on activities, museum tours and focused workshops!
Join PEM as they celebrate the Lunar New Year! The Chinese Lunar New Year is a 15-day celebration marking the start of the new year. Enjoy this annual celebration as we mark the Year of the Pig. PEM will host a day of family fun including traditional lion dances, ribbon dances, traditional crafts and more! Join the festive mood in the Atrium — create your own Chinese Folk Art, hear traditional stories, experience traditional dance and performances, and take a family tour!
If you see the prefix 'nano' in front of a word, think super super small... 'Nano' means one billionth, or 1/1,000,000,000. In most cases it used to describe a measurement that is tiny beyond human perception. NanoDays is a nationwide celebration of nanoscale science, and you're invited! Come celebrate at the Museum of Science and enjoy nano-related activities throughout the Exhibit Halls, including the special events listed below.
Young visitors are invited to join CAM staff and special guests for story time in the gallery. Offered in conjunction with the special exhibitions The Little House: Her Story and Once Upon a Contest: Selections from Cape Ann Reads. Free and open to the public. Please remember, the Museum closes at 5:00 p.m.
Attention all LEGO-Trainiacs! The LEGO Train is coming back with a super-spectacular room-size model train layout sure to ignite the imagination of children of all ages! Come see a rainbow colored, L-gauge model train speeding along a Brick track as it races by soaring skyscrapers, country cottages, mountainside ski slopes and much more. All features are designed with the highest degree of precision bythe highest degree of precision by the New England Lego Users Group!
Tuesday, July 23
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