Who knew you could have so much fun getting lost in acres and acres of corn? Find your way out of their fabulous corn stalk mazes at these local farms! Be sure to call for times, availability and special event information, such as flashlight tours and haunted tours.
The weekends following Thanksgiving are filled with loads of fun family events here on the north shore and beyond. I've listed a few family activities scheduled for the weekend after Thanksgiving that I've been looking forward too. Be sure to check out the North Shore Kid event calendar for a more complete list. If you're attending an event that's not listed, send a note along and we'll add it to the events calendar.
Lots of festive stuff to get you into the holiday spirit this weekend: Breakfast with Santa, Santa sightings, special live holiday performances like the , , .
Directed by award-winning filmmaker Thomas Balmès, from an original idea by producer Alain Chabat This visually stunning new movie simultaneously follows four babies around the world – from first breath to first steps. From Mongolia to Namibia to San Francisco to Tokyo, BABIES joyfully captures on film the earliest stages of the journey of humanity that are at once unique and universal to us all.
Canobie Lake Park in Salem, NH is definitely one of the most loved amusement parks around. It has the small-scale charm of yesteryear and more than 85 rides, water park, carnival games, live shows, and many other attractions all included in one low price, not to mention the free parking. The best part is that it's only 40 minutes from Danvers.
Lilac Sunday, May 9, 2010 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
Cape Ann Whale Watch cruise is both unforgettable and educational. The kids will learn about whale behavior and migrations patterns and about the local ecology.
The high-speed Hurricane II wastes no time getting to the whale sites. It's the fastest, most comfortable way to view the ocean's fascinating creatures. Getting you to and from the whale watch in less time means you get to spend more time actually watching the whales.
Wednesday, October 17
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