Learn about the area once called the "witches' woods" while enjoying the new greenery. Beverly Commons Conservation Area is 126 acres of trails of all kinds-- soft dirt, rock slabs, bog bridge, and old carriage road. Learn about the history of the conservation area while we get our arms and legs moving on this fun hike.
Nursery Kindergarten Summer Program at Waldorf School at Moraine Farm for children age approximately 3.5 to 6, aims to provide developmentally appropriate experience for the young child.
Seasonally oriented, these sessions will provide the children with a practical immersion into the work and wisdom offered by the land.
Lead by a Waldorf-trained adult staff, the Nursery Kindergarten Summer Program will allow the child to experience the dream-like and imaginative quality of their inner social/emotional development in an artistic and joy filled way.
Each session will be a complete offering in itself, but the four will be a cohesive experience as well.
Rosebud Newborn Class in Waldorf School at Moraine Farm Parent & Child Program
Waldorf School at Moraine Farm Parent & Child Program presents Rosebud Newborn Class for parents with newborns up to age 6 months.
The class is led by experienced early childhood educators. Parents will learn lullabies and games to play with their babies.
Teachers will share observation practices to strengthen parents’ intuitive knowledge to help them better understand and care for their baby. Themes such as developmental stages, sleep, warmth, and your new role as a parent will be explored.
Waldorf School at Moraine Farm Summer Program, an Introduction to Arabic Language and Culture, will take campers on a journey into the Middle East through stories, art, music, food and language. Campers will learn how to introduce themselves, and basic everyday phrases and learn how to script their full name in Arabic. They will hear stories, learn songs, and cook Middle Eastern food throughout this week long program.
This class is taught by Syonara Tomoum.
The African savanna comes to life on your stage with Simba, Rafiki and an unforgettable cast of characters as they journey from Pride Rock to the jungle... and back again, in this inspiring, coming-of-age tale. For more information on upcoming Project Sparx events, please visit projectsparx.org
Beverly Public Library invites families and children to learn about science through hands-on activities! Can spaghetti hold weight? Can it hold the weight of a book? What if it is laid vertically like a bridge? Can you build a tower on it? Do you know the answers? Join us at Science Squad to test your hypothesis!
Beverly Public Library invites families with kids under 5 (or so) to join the musical rhythmic fun! Come Dance, shake, move and sing and get the wiggles out. Thank you to the Friends of the Beverly Public Library for supporting this program.
Beverly Public Library invites families and children to the Sohier Room for a fun morning filled with music and song! An interactive mix sing-along music and children's literature will keep kids 0-5 years old engaged and smiling! Drop in, no registration required!
Our annual Friends' Spring Book Sale takes place at the main library from Saturday, April 6 through Sunday, April 14. The sale will be open daily during regular library hours: Mon.-Thurs., 9AM-9PM; Fri. & Sat., 9AM-5PM; and Sun., 1PM-5PM. In addition to books, a selection of music and movies will also be available. Paperbacks are $1, hardcovers $2, and all children's books are .50 (2 for $1). Don't miss this great opportunity to stock up on beach reads, and more!
All-student exhibition of work across campus at 23 Essex St., 301 Cabot St. and 248 Cabot St., Beverly. Awards ceremony at 10 a.m. followed by student-run workshops in the Hardie Building.
Wednesday, March 4
Thursday, March 5
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