They're exotic crawlers, unusual slitherers and fascinating creepers: They are the creatures of the rainforest! Rainforest Reptile Shows is the most popular traveling wildlife education organization based in Boston Ma. Their award winning live animal shows feature amazing animals and dynamic wildlife educators. Audiences of all ages agree that a Rainforest Reptile Show is a fantastic educational experience.
Raising Financially Responsible Children
For parents of children ages 2-18.
Presented by Caleb Harty, Financial Planner with New York Life. The seminar is based on the book by renowned family and children’s expert Neale S. Godfrey. Harty will offer tips on how to encourage children to be “thoughtful savers, careful spenders, and intentional givers.”
, by Peter Rock, is the story of a thirteen-year-old girl and her father who live in Forest Park, the enormous nature preserve in Portland, Oregon. There they inhabit an elaborate cave shelter, bathe in a nearby creek, store perishables at the water’s edge, use a makeshift septic system, tend a garden, even keep a library of sorts. Once a week, they go to the city to buy groceries and otherwise merge with the civilized world. But one small mistake allows a backcountry jogger to discover them, which derails their entire existence. Inspired by a true story and told through the startlingly sincere voice of its young narrator, Caroline.
Next book up for discussion by the Readers of the Roundtable: by Mitali Perkins.
Join this lively book group of students in grades 6th-9th and their parents, find extra books at the front desk of the Manchester Public Library waiting for you.
The Friends of Abbot Library will present "Native Americans in Marblehead" with Donald A. Doliber. The talk will focus on the town's early inhabitants with information about the Paleo-Indian settlement. Doliber’s presentation also will include an archeological demonstration and a question-and-answer period.
This program will take place in the Library’s Meeting Room. Refreshments will be provided.
Kids join Sara Collins for hands-on student activities based on her webinars with NASA's polar ice and global climate studies. The variety of topics and explainations will include learning about properties of ice, insulation in the arctic, thawing in polar regions and finish with an opportunity for some polar inspired art.
Each station will be hands-on, slightly messy, and let kids get kids minds and mitts on the matter of exploring polar regions.
The Manchester Public Library is hosting a monthly Wednesday Book Group with - Oliver Butterworth especially for grades K-2nd! Library staff will read aloud from some of the best Children’s Classics and kids can go home with a library copy to share and read with their family.
Saturday, April 27
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