Join the North Shore Amateur Astronomy Club (NSAAC) hosts their monthly meeting, and the public is welcome to come see the stars! For our June meeting we're going to take advantage of expected clear skies and do some observing from the fields near the Boxford Community Center at the corner of Middleton and Elm St, Boxford, Massachusetts 01921
Food, music, live entertainment, dance, craft and fun come together for a great family time at the Downtown Gloucester Block every Third Saturday through September! Five music stages, shopping 'til 11pm, outside sidewalk dining, live dance performances and all kinds of other fun things to do make the streets come alive. Kids will love the singers and roaming magician, and they'll find games, facepainting, kids snacks, balloons, giant chess and more in 'Kids Town'!
August 2016 Gloucester Block Party
Theater in the Open turns 40! And we're celebrating with a Season Launch Party at RiverWalk Brewing Company in Newburyport. Join us for an evening of fun, food and friends, as well as a special sneak peek of the new TITO season. This is a ticketed event and all proceeds will support our 2019 season of free theater. All ages are welcome, and children under 12 are free.
Join the North Shore Amateur Astronomy Club (NSAAC) at ifarm to experience the wonders of the night sky. NSAAC members will be present with a number of telescopes for attendees to use. The telescopes will be set to observe different phenomena in the night sky. Before the viewing, an NSAAC astronomer will give a short presentation on the different marvels you will see that evening. Possible selections include double star systems, globular clusters (collections of hundreds of thousands of stars that orbit our galaxy), and nebula (exploded stars as well as star-forming regions).
Hawthorne Hotel invites children to their Grand Ballroom for Tea, Music and Photos with the “Hawthorne Hotel” Princesses. Hats, white gloves and royalty attire are optional and always in good taste. You won't want to miss this fun, family-oriented afternoon!
Come celebrate the longest night and shortest day of the year at Harold Parker State Forest! What causes the winter solstice, and what does it mean for us? Come to Harold Parker State Forest and learn about this most important day of the year to ancient peoples and also to ourselves. Join DCR and Friends of HP for a cup of hot chocolate! We will celebrate the solstice at sunset at exactly 4:15 p.m. and usher out the shortest day of the year. Dress warmly and wear hiking footwear, bring water with you. We will be taking a short hike prior to the solstice sunset ritual.
Come celebrate the longest night and shortest day of the year with Joppa Flats! Miss Mary and Miss Susan offer stories, songs, crafts made of evergreens, and thematic snacks for everyone to enjoy. Learn why we have seasons, and why different cultures around the world created legends and rituals to mark the longest night of the year. Join us for a festival of light to beckon the sun to return!
Come to Marini Farm for the Tree Jubilee fundraiser to benefit The Ipswich Humane Group. Tour the gallery of beautifully decorated trees and wreaths donated by local organizations, families, and businesses then choose the ones you want a chance to win! More than 50 spectacularly decorated trees and wreaths will be raffled off (decorations and all!) at the end of the Jubilee. You never know what our participants will decorate their trees with!
Friends of the Peabody Institute Library - Danvers invite you to celebrate the holiday at their annual Holiday Open House! There will be live holiday music and singing, including singalongs, provided by Classic Groove, crafts for kids, complimentary refreshments, cider and hot chocolate. The public is invited to stop by the downstairs Children’s Room and share some fun and cheer. This event is free and is sponsored by the Friends of the Peabody Institute Library.
Friday, June 21
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