LEGO® Fans bring your creative genius to this day of fun! Let your imagination loose on our huge collection of LEGO blocks. Build a tiny car to race or a flying saucer for outer space. Legos are a lot of fun; bring your kids to this brick-fest of fun! Come early and tour the galleries featuring a model train gallery, doll and toy collection, textiles and our 17th-century house.
Come to the library for a sweetheart-story time! We'll read a variety of seasonal stories and then create an inspired-by-love craft. This program is designed for ages 2 and up. No registration necessary.
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!
College essays stalling? Don’t panic! Sign up for the Writing Rescue’s College Essay Help Sessions where you can find your voice, promote yourself, and avoid common mistakes. Bring your Chromebook or laptop, at least an initial draft of an essay (or beyond), and prompts from individual colleges. Barbara Rose of Writing Rescue is an Ivy grad and writing professional.
Hamilton Wenham Youth Soccer is excited to begin providing referee training for our league. The 5-week Town Referee Training program will prepare participants for refereeing intramural games and to be an Assistant Referee in town travel games. Additionally, it will prepare participants for official USSF referee certification. This is a helpful but non-mandatory step to achieving USSF certification for 13 or 14 years olds interested in getting an early start as a referee & provide a new perspective on the game if they are players already.
Wenham will be celebrating its 375th Anniversary with a Parade and Community Day on Saturday, September 8th. The Parade will kick off at the Buker School at 10:00 am and conclude around 11:30 am at Pingree Park. At the park, residents, family, and friends can enjoy food, musical performances, kids games, and inflatables, a Wenham Police vs. Fire Softball game, and join the 375th Anniversary Community in a "Happy Birthday" Wenham drone photo.
Over 60 vendors and artisans…lawn games and children’s activities…face painting….petting zoo …"The Music Man"… live music from "Time and Again" singing ‘decades of hits’… free tours of the historic Claflin-Gerrish-Richards House.. open houses at the Wenham Fire Department and Wenham Town Hall… and $5 public admission to the Wenham Museum!
Museum admission Free for Wenham residents and museum members.
Hamilton’s American Legion A.P. Gardner Post 194 host the annual parade. Marchers will assemble and step off the parade from Town Hall to Hamilton Cemetery for a short ceremony. the parade continues to Town Hall, the Community House, Patton Park, and ends at the Legion Post.
The Wenham Memorial Day Parade kicks off at the American Legion building.The parade forms at American Legion building (Wenham COA and Buker School) starting at 12:30 p.m. Parade starts at 1 p.m. with stops at the Veterans Memorial Monument, the Civil War Memorial, and the Wenham Town Cemetery on Main Street.
Do you have a kid or two that wants to get their mountain bike on the trails but aren't sure how to get them started? Or does your child ride at school and want to go out with you? We've got the perfect ride for you! How technical the ride is will depend on participant ability and we are happy to give tips and instruction as we go. We meet up behind Gordon College and loop through their trails for about an hour.
Thursday, February 21
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