Bring home a baby doll for your little one - handmade by you! Be creative, be inspired by Elizabeth Stubbs, a Waldorf early childhood teacher and artist, and other doll makers in training. Dolls are made from all natural materials, sweet, lightweight, and oh so soft for hugging. Basic sewing skills are all you need for this workshop. $35 workshop fee includes hands-on instruction and materials to make the doll. Fun, good conversation and refreshments are part of this gathering, too. The workshop will take place at the Gatehouse. Limited to 12 attendees, register soon! Adults only.
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!
Waldorf School at Moraine Farm hosts a class for you and your baby! Our experienced Waldorf teachers will share with you information and helpful practices to better understand and care for your baby. Themes will include your new role as a parent, early developmental stages, warmth and how to dress your baby, healthy rhythm for the day, sleep and the foundational senses. Parents will learn lullabies and games to play with their babies.
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 celebrated Cape Ann Reads writers and illustrators for hands-on experiences. Offered in conjunction with the special exhibition Once Upon a Contest: Selections from Cape Ann Reads. For more information or to make a reservation, please contact the museum.
Just in time for February school vacation week, for ages 10 and older! There is nothing quite like the satisfaction of making fresh pasta with your own hands. In this hands-on class with Chef Sawsan, kids will learn the art of making three pastas, completely from scratch. For Ages 10 and older.
Calling all boys and girls in 2nd, 3rd, or 4th grade who love to write! This is your chance to get creative and improve your writing skills with fun activities, including Mad Libs, funny writing prompts, group stories, writing games, and more. This class will be taught by two honors students at Marblehead High School. It will take place on Wednesdays in January, beginning on the 9th, from 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm.
Musicians Mike and Beverly Rogers will be at the Manchester Public Library on Saturday, January 26th, 11 AM with a Harmonica Workshop for adults and children ages 8 and older. Everyone attending will not only hear the harmonica stylings of this musical duo, but will receive a harmonica lesson at the workshop to get you started with your very own harmonica to take home!
Newburyport BabyStep's 8-Week Afternoon Block Party at is open to boys and girls ages 3-6 years old. This is one-hour class starts with 30 minutes of hip hop dance, followed by a 30-minute "free-style", instructional music class.