Dr. Ruth Potee is presenting at Beverly Middle School on Tuesday, September 25: Teen Brain Under Construction: What Every Parent Must Know About Your Tween/Teen’s Brain Development. Come learn more about what parents and other interested members of the community can do to keep our tweens and teens safer, healthier, and substance-free through the middle and high school years.
As part of COASTSWEEP 2018, volunteers are encouraged to come to Dane Street Beach to help in the statewide effort to keep our coastline clean along the shore in Salem Massachusetts. Trash collected will be measured and analyzed, and the data will be sent to Washington DC to aid the government in creating legislation to minimize trash in our oceans! This specific cleanup is coordinated by Salem Sound Coastwatch.
Join us in Copley Square for the Boston Book Festival 2018. The Boston Book Festival celebrates the power of words to stimulate, agitate, unite, delight, and inspire by holding year-round events culminating in an annual, free Festival that promotes a culture of reading and ideas and enhances the vibrancy of Boston.
Some of the presenters this year include:
- Kate DiCamillo - Why Children's Book Should Be a Little Sad
- Tayari Jones
- Doris Kearns Goodwin
- Michael Pollan
- Becky Albertalli
- Adam Silvera
The street fair at the Boston Book Festival has something for everyone. Exhibitors range from independent publishers and literary magazines to performance companies, arts organizations, media outlets, food vendors, and even a kids area with a popular Passport to Imagination scavenger hunt. Books are just the beginning of what kids and families will discover at the Boston Book Festival. Families will enjoy free programs for kids and families, including music, dance, visual arts, science & technology, and much more!
Back by popular demand. Do you make a scrumptious blueberry muffin? Maybe you brew your own beer? Have some chickens at home that grow some eggs? Maybe you make sweet, delicious honey? Bring them all to the Food Swap! For this event Appleton Farms provides a space for people to bring their own homemade creations (a dish, beer, baked goods, crops, artisan crafts, etc.) and showcase them in a silent auction type of swap.
Come join us for a community marketplace for all things Ipswich, sustainable, handmade, and community grown. There will be fresh food, crafts and great music. We will highlight the Autumn/Harvest theme that comes naturally with a late October market as well as tying into Ipswich Illumination, which takes place later that day.
There will be live music and kids activities. Hope to see you there!
Learn about the history of the Barlet Mall, including information on Victorian era landscape architect Charles Eliot, the significance of the George Washington statue, the oldest functioning courthouse in the nation, how rope was made at the Mall, and a World War I memorial to a native son. Newburyport Preservation Trust, Historic New England, the Old Museum of Newbury, and others will be on hand to share their knowledge.
The Walk Against Domestic Violence is hosted by Jeanne Geiger Crisis Center. We walk because it could be your best friend, your younger sister, the man who works in the office next to you, your child's best friend, or the teenage girl who works in the local coffee shop. We walk because domestic violence doesn't have a face, because it could happen to anyone, at any time. This is a 3 mile scenic walk through historic Newburyport Massachusetts
Mark your calendars for one of the best autumn races in the region! Situated in the pastoral town of West Newbury, MA, just 10 minutes from beautiful downtown Newburyport, experience an invigorating closed course, spectacular foliage, food and entertainment. The race includes a USATF certified 5-mile & 5K and a children’s 1-mile fun run. Homemade food, great music, kids activities and more.