Over 50,000 tulips are scheduled to bloom at Cider Hill Farm at the end of April - beginning of May. Pre-sale tickets for cut-your-own tulips sold out in February but ticket sale link will open again in April as bloom dates are officially announced by Cider Hill farmers. Learn more about cut-your-own tulip dates by visiting Cider Hill Farm's website.
Cape Ann residents of all ages are invited to join Museum Educator Kendall Reynolds for a self portrait workshop. Sit down at a family style table in the Museum’s auditorium with members of the Cape Ann community to draw a portrait of yourself in oil pastel. This portrait workshop is part of a community-wide public art project to be unveiled at the June 2020 opening of the Museum’s expanded campus. Hope to see you there!
Spring celebrations begin early at the Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary with the age-old tradition of maple sugaring. The warm days of late winter awaken the flow of sap in the maples, causing buds to swell and resulting in sweet-smelling billowing clouds of steam rising from the sugarhouse.
As we welcome the sugaring season there is no better place to be than the sugar shack. The smell of maple syrup in the air, and the smiles of all your family and friends close by. We love this season and want to share it with you! Join us for our Sugar Shack Saturdays to see how we collect and turn that sap into delicious maple syrup.
Join us at GUS on Wednesday, February 26, 2020! This is your chance to tour the Glen Urquhart School campus, speak directly with our talented faculty about our thematic curriculum and place-based education, hear from current students and parents, and see our dynamic program in action. Registration is not required but does help us with our planning.
"GUS is everything you can ask for and more. The educators are caring, compassionate, excited to teach. The individualized attention my children receive help them flourish not only academically but emotionally. They focus on the whole individual, fostering confidence, self awareness, awareness and kindness towards others and the community." - GUS Parent
Join MIT Museum for Feb Fest, an annual celebration during February school vacation week, with daily hands-on activities, workshops, and more. Come for a fun filled week of science, hands-on activities, museum tours and focused workshops!
Bring the family to the Lynn Museum and Historical Society to honor of Black History Month! As part of our Black History month programming, please join us for crafts, activities, and storytelling by our favorite storytellers, Linda and Sumner McClain! Fun for the whole family. It's all FREE!
Sponsored by the Lynn Cultural Council.
Get ready for tulips, tours and tinkering because it’s time for the Stevens-Coolidge Place’s annual Tulip Festival! Begin your day with a tour of this historic estate, followed by some friendly competition at corn hole, tip toe through the tulips with a guided tour and end the afternoon with a picnic on the lawn or make a flower sun catcher to bring home. Welcome spring!
Come to Newburyport to celebrate the return of migrating eagles back to the Merrimack River Estuary! The Mass Audubon's Joppa Flats Education Center and the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge have teamed up to bring an entire day of free events centered around the wonders of the Bald Eagles that have come to take seasonal advantage of the Merrimack River habitat.
House of Seven Gables celebrates Salem's So Sweet with a day of festive events including Ice Sculpture Viewing, Cookie Decorating, Family Valentine Craftsand more! Fall in love with The House of Seven gables all over again during Salem So Sweet. Join Salem Park, Recreation and Community Services for a family Valentine workshop with sweet treats . Children must be accompanied by an adult. The workshop will be led by Linda Abbene. This is a free event, however pre-registration is required in order to have enough supplies.[Please Register for this FREE workshop]
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