Visit Family Science Days during the Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Browse interactive tabletop exhibits, learn about cool science jobs, and have your questions answered by experts convened by AAAS! This FREE event is open to all, but organized especially for students in grade levels 6 to 12.
“Aurora Over the Silk Road” is an interactive workshop created and produced by teen siblings Yasmine and Anthony as the culmination of a homeschooling project. The brother-sister duo founded Yasmanth Inc. to take their presentation on tour around the country. This program is included with paid admission to the Children’s Museum and is free for museum members.
Learn about all kinds of nocturnal animals and then meet a three-banded armadillo, a fruit bat, a chinchilla, a scorpion, an opossum, and a python. Ages 5 and up, 10:00. Sign up in person or by phone at 978-465-4428, ext. 235
The Jupiter String Quartet is a particularly intimate group, consisting of violinists Nelson Lee and Megan Freivogel, violist Liz Freivogel (older sister of Meg), and cellist Daniel McDonough (husband of Meg, brother-in-law of Liz). The quartet chose its name because Jupiter was the most prominent planet in the night sky at the time of its formation, and the astrological symbol for Jupiter resembles the number four.
Wear your comfy PJ's and slippers to the library for Pajama Movie Night! Kids in Grades 1-6 are invited to the Newburyport Public Library for a FREE showing of the new Muppet Movie. Juice and Popcorn will be served. This program is a drop in and no sign up is required!
Discover things that go "who, who, whooooo" under the light of the moon. As we prepare to go out calling for great horned owls, we'll read aloud Jane Yolen's book [amazon 0399214577 inline], an award winning book about a father and daughter's journey in the winter night on a search for the great horned owl. Together, we'll learn about owls' special features, from silent flight to feathered feet, with a live owl presentation and Q&A with a specialist from The Center for Wildlife in York, Maine.
PEM hosts a weekend-long festival focused on surrealism and absurdity.Step into the surreal and experiment with Surrealist techniques, experience dreamlike films and make friends with odd creatures from Big Nazo. Through art activities, demonstrations, story times, guided exhibit tours, film and interactive demonstrations, participants will walk away with a better understanding of the surrealism and its effect onb our our society.
Join members of theWenham Museum education staff and the Marblehead Model Yacht Club in learning how to sail model ships on Pleasant Pond in Wenham. Try your hand at this 100 year old summer past time. If you enjoy these models, visit the museum’s miniature world of trains and dollhouses with special museum admission pricing for Trails and Sails participants.
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