The Amesbury Public Library invites parents to a three session workshop focusing on the goals and needs of a developing teen, fostering cooperation and responsibility, setting limits and problem solving. Registration is required. When you register for one program you are registered for all three sessions. Contact Margie Walker.
Meet the authors of Tom & Ellen Zappala. The Zappalas wrote about one of the greatest baseball card collections in the world. They will present player stories from their book that give a glimpse into the realities of life in the early 20th century, providing a journey through one of the most exciting eras in baseball history! If you're a fan of baseball, the history of the game or baseball memoriabelia you don't want to miss this!
Is there too much screen time going on in your household? Coordinated Family & Community Engagement of Hamilton-Wenham presents and evening of fun with music by Peter Stewart, arts and crafts, activities for all ages and an opportunity to visit with representatives from local schools and community members at our first annual Brain Building in Progress Week Celebration! For ages 0-8 with caregiver, older siblings are welcome. The first 50 families in the door will get books and a gift bag.
Abbot Public Library invites teens to stop by the library and make “sushi” – made with rice cereal treats and different candies. Use your imagination and see what crazy combinations you can come up with! No sign-ups necessary.
The Amesbury Public Library invites teens and their parents to college application workshop presented by local Attorney Priscilla Arnott. This presentation is focused on the admission process, school visits, how to apply and more. Start planning today and get a head start on your strategies for finding the best schools to fit your goals. Register online or contact Margie Walker at the library.
Beverly Public Library is proud to host special Pajama Storytime & Pajama Drive to benefit Cradles to Crayons. "Pajamas of My Dreams” is a beautifully illustrated book that combines the hopefulness and high aspirations of children with a mission of providing warm pajamas for all.
New England Aquarium educators will lead a discussion about what kind of animal a penguin is, defining characteristics and behaviors of specific species of penguin, and where penguins live. This is an interactive program with lots of fun activities for participants.No live penguins are involved, although there may be some stuffed specimens for display purposes. This program will be offered three times on March 27 for three specific age groups.
Trashfinder's Ball is a Ball for trash pickers (selective sifters) that will raise fund for the Beverly Public Library Book Mobile! Bring your most prized trash find to the ball for judging. There's also 'junk' food, a Trashion show and music by the Found Objects. Trashfinder's Ball is a Ball for trash pickers. Bring your most prized trash find to the ball for judging.
Sawyer Free Library and the Boston Ballet School invite families to an interactive Cinderella Story Hour featuring members of the ballet school! Boston Ballet School, the Official School of Boston Ballet now has a in the Marblehead area of the North Shore. With four core programs designed with a progressive, age-appropriate curriculum for toddlers to senior citizens, the School provides unparalleled dance education and ballet training for over 5,000 students annually through the following programs:This performance is free for all ages.
The Amesbury Public Library invites tweens and teens in grades 7-12 to a henna tattoo workshop with artist Mandy Roberge. Get ready for Anime Boston with a perfect temporary tattoo. Bring your own design, or pick one of the many that Mandy has on hand. You won't want to miss the fun! No registration required! Contact Margie Walker for more info.