In every kind of weather, our favorite thing is to head outdoors to our spectacular local habitats! Join Joppa Flats Education Center on a nature exploration that will focus on the importance of a sense of place as we explore the ecology, sights, and sounds of our natural landscape. Wildlife, local and migrating birds, collecting techniques, and environmental awareness will be presented in a fun, energetic format that adults and children alike will enjoy. This session will focus on the pond habitat, and it's importance in the ecosystem.
Newburyport Youth Services has a complet catalog of programs this Fall and Winter that appeals to a huge spectrum of interests! Registration Has begun and people are encouraged to register as soon as possible to save their spots in these wonderful activities geared toward personal development and fun! Programs are open to everyone, non-residents pay a small additional fee.
When the Queen comes for a visit in [amazon 0439318955 inline] - a story by Jeff Brumbeau and Illustrated by Gail De Marcken, every one is surprised by the outcome! After the story, kids will decorate a hatbox to protect their own favorite hat!
Smolak Farms invites children to an American Gril Tea Party under the farm's event tent! Kids can bring their favorite doll, along with parents grandparents or friends! Party goers can look forward to treats, games and craft activities to fill the afternoon with fun.
Cap off the summer with some scurvy fun my mateys - AAAARGH! Search for treasure, cover yourselves in tattoos, battle with balloon swords and indulge in an outdoor water battle at the our 3rd annual Pirate Invasion. Pirate treats, silly games and treasures to take back to yer own ship!
Kids will learn about the plants that can be found in Dogtown, then make a project with found objects! Morning at the Museum is a drop-off program for children ages 6 to 12 that's full of art and history activities. Space is limited; reservations are required.
Kids will learn about the rocks that make Dogtown unique, then make their own rock painting. Morning at the Museum is a drop-off program for children ages 6 to 12 that's full of art and history activities. Space is limited; reservations are required.
Explore the extremes of the solar system and beyond during this weekend of live presentations and activities. Meet scientists who design and work with space missions, and check in with Curiosity, the new rover expected to land on Mars in early August.
Maritime Gloucester students will learn collograph print making with local artist Camilla MacFadyen. You will build collograph printing plates out of seaweed collected on site and print some 30 yards of blue and green silk charmeuse and organza with the patterns of the sea.
Join us in a casual, family-friendly atmosphere as we escape the heat and journey to a farm in England to meet Shaun the Sheep. From the creators of Wallace and Gromit, this series of short clips will delight the whole family. We'll also explore wool and make a sheep craft to take home!
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