No fancy pastry here, this workshop embraces the nostalgia of old-fashioned country-style baking here in New England! We'll roll up our sleeves to prepare delicious sweet and savory recipes while learning fundamental measuring and baking principles, along with and proper methods and techniques for quick breads, filled cookies, yeast bread, and seasonal specialty fruit desserts.
Spend some weekend time with others who are interested in science and wildlife, and get in touch with your "inner scientist!" You'll get a chance to meet live creatures, design something "green," or explore a new field in science. Winter is prime time to see harbor seals from the beach! Join us as we head over to Salisbury Beach State Reservation to watch these charismatic creatures through our scopes and binoculars.
Greenbelt and North Shore Nature Programs present this outdoor Vernal Pools program for families. Come discover what lives in these ponds that appear in the spring and then disappear by summer. We'll scoop up some pond water to see who lives there, we'll look under nearby logs for wiggly salamanders, and we'll touch slimy frog egg masses (the ones that don't have frogs in them-- no frogs will be harmed!). Wear your Wellington boots so you can go right up to the edge of the pond!
This FREE class is designed to teach women and young women how to protect themselves when faced with uncomfortable situations and how to avoid them in the first place. Taught by John Kotch, a black belt instructor in Isshin-Ryu Karate, the class includes techniques used in Isshin-Ryu karate (known as a street, self-defense style based upon survival tactics) as well as those utilized by various martial arts styles, military and law enforcement personnel.
Celebrate Pi Day at the Museum of Science in Cambridge Massachusetts! Come see all the ways math pops up in our everyday lives and the world around us on Pi Day! Enjoy an assortment of fun, hands-on math themed activities throughout the institution. Join Museum educators and use your STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) inquiry skills at three or more activities and claim an InsPIre magnet!
The Library will be showing, First Man, the biographical drama based on Neil Armstrong’s journey to the Apollo 11 mission to the moon. During the 1960’s Space Race, NASA test pilot Neil Armstrong faces numerous challenges in his personal and professional life as he strives to prove that he is willing to risk everything to achieve one of the greatest accomplishments in human history: the first lunar landing. This movie stars Ryan Gosling, Claire Foy and Kyle Chandler.
Spring is soon arriving and it's a perfect time to get creative in the kitchen with Spring brunch in mind. Join us as we cook with farm-fresh eggs, learning classic culinary methods and techniques while preparing delicious recipes for everyday breakfast, celebration brunches, dinner, and dessert!
Learn how to make beautiful felted wool soap! Felted soap is not only beautiful, but also great for your skin and the environment! Wool is a natural exfoliate, and an antibacterial fiber, so you don’t need to worry about mold or mildew!
Whether you're a vegetarian or just looking to lighten up a bit and eat less meat, this workshop is for you! We'll use everyday ingredients to prepare wholesome, hearty, meat-free dishes sure to satisfy everyone at your dinner table.....vegetarians and 'non' alike. Learn about alternative protein sources and simple substitutions, along with culinary tips and kitchen techniques.
Join The Trustees of Reservations at Crane Wildlife Refuge on the Crane Estate in search of the Snowy Owl! Wide-open coastal sites are the location of choice for wintering Snowy Owls; common perches are dunes and salt hay staddles. In winters past, the owls have been frequent visitors to the Crane Wildlife Refuge. Join us as we hike the dunes in search of these magnificent birds. Unlike most owls, snowy owls are diurnal (they hunt and are active both day and night) so we have a good chance of sighting one even in the daylight hours!