Meets at Campground Nature Center - This is a casual paced bike ride through forest trails. Great for families and also those new to trail riding. Helmets are required and you should bring water and insect repellent and sun screen. Appropriate for children over 10 years old.
The Mother Connection, SHED Children's Campus and YMCA presents their 2nd Annual Family Summer Safety and Bike Rodeo. The day will feature, Lil' Iguana live show with a Stop & Then Look session, Who’s a Stranger workshop, Take a Buddy with You, Run, Run, Run, Yell & Tell, Get Permission and Buckle Up Your Seat Belt.
A family-friendly stroll down a forest path. We’ll read a story about animal houses and then we’ll go explore some real animal habitats along the trail. Do you know where birds live? Chipmunks? Beaver? Come join us and find out! We recommend bringing water, insect repellent, sun screen, binoculars and camera.
Appropriate for Pre-K to K level. Program will meet at the nature center at the entrance to the campground, 133 Jenkins Road in Andover
Do you need a free and fun place to bring the kids over April Vacation? Families are invited to explore “Revolution of the Eye” through hands-on activities inspired by television shows featured in the exhibition and by stepping in front of the camera for a chance to be on TV. All ages are welcome; children must be accompanied by an adult caregiver.
The Phillips Academy Music Department will present a concert of Faculty Jazz Ensembles. This concert, free and open to the public, will take place in the Timken Room at Graves Hall on the Phillips Academy campus, 180 Main Street, Andover. Graves Hall is handicapped accessible. For further information please contact the Music Department at (978) 749-4263 or e-mail to email@example.com.
Drop in for a fun-filled morning of archaeology activities at theThe Robert S. Peabody Museum . Build a LEGO model of your favorite ancient ruin, examine stone tools close up, play Native American musical instruments, and make your own Hohokam style etched shell.
All families are welcome to join us; there’s something for every age! Free & Fun for All Ages
Night time is the right time to don your night/head lights and come along for this after-hours adventure when the property is closed to the public. We'll night hike up to Holt Hill, learning about nocturnal animals, tracking signs, and winter living skills. We'll peak out on top of Holt Hill for some light infused winter fun. Bring a sled and snowshoes if the conditions are right!
The Phillips Academy Music Department presents the Academy Jazz Band. Directed by Peter Cirelli, the Jazz Band is a typical Big Band format performing the repertoire of the Swing era as well as contemporary Latin jazz and jazz/rock infusion.
This concert is free and open to the public and will be held at Cochran Chapel. For further information, please call the Music Department at (978) 749-4260 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cochran Chapel is handicapped accessible.
Select weekends this fall, let us help you explore the fall foliage of Ward Reservation. With craft activities, games, story times, and scavenger hunts to take with you on the trail, we have all you need to create a memorable nature adventure fit for the whole family. Activities can be found up on Holt Hill. Drop in anytime between 10am and 1pm Story Times at 10:30 and 12:30
Come join the magic of Dr. Seuss - performed by ACT Andover! Horton hears a noise coming from a speck of dust on a clover and commits himself to protecting it and the Whos who live on it; Jojo, a misfit Who who “doesn’t Think normal Thinks,” struggles to find his place in the tiny Who society; Gertrude McFuzz tries to catch the attention of her love - the kind and compassionate Horton. Through mishaps and adventures, these unique characters finally find what they seek - their places in their world.