Candy, games, costumes and fun! Come join us for our second annual Trunk or Treat Halloween. The festival is free and open to the entire community! Decorate your trunk in your favorite Fall/Halloween theme. Dress up in costume, hand out treats to Children who trick or treat to each vehicle. Contact Ashley Snell Lynch/van Otterloo YMCA to register a vehicle display. YMCA will provide the candy.
Tower School, an independent day school located in Marblehead, serving pre-k through grade 8, celebrates harvest time through family-friendly field games, nature-based explorations in its science labs and art studios—and of course, with FOOD!
Join us at Tower School for an evening discussing the benefits of creating a school funding strategy using a variety of tools.
We'll hear from experts:
- Andrew E. Keller, VP, Wealth Management Advisor at Merrill Lynch Global Wealth & Investment Management;
- Jeff Carter, Board Treasurer;
- Dean Sidell, Acting Head of School and CFO
Join us for an afternoon of family fun for all-ages, at the at EPSTEIN HILLEL SCHOOL (EHS) Second Annual Fall Festival as we gather on campus to celebrate one of New England’s most dramatic seasons. Enjoy fall-themed games, crafts, face painting, bounce house, lawn games and more. Meet the faculty and staff and discover why Epstein Hillel School is the perfect fit for your family.
Get outside, learn and play this fall! Join us for a few hours of fun and discovery at the Children's Fall Fair -- Sunday, October 6th 10am -1pm at Hamond Nature Center located at the end of Everett Paine Boulevard in Marblehead. Hosted by Sustainable Marblehead in partnership with Marblehead Recreation and Parks Department, the Fair will include hands-on, family-friendly activities, displays and presentations connected to sustainability and environmental protection, designed for ages 10 and under.
The North Shore of Massachusetts has some of the most fertile soil in the United States and the farms of the region produce wonderful produce and other foods that you can buy directly at the farm, or it comes to you via a local Farmer's Market. Farmer's markets aren't just a place to get your favorite local seasonal foods, it s a community! The markets vary from town to town, and in addtion to the farm goods, you'll enjoy live music, craft and other vendors, and some even have activities to keep the kids busy while you shop!
Enjoy a summer afternoon at Grace Oliver Beach during low tide and discover the living wonders of the sandy coastline. Walk across the mudflats to Crowninshield Island, where we will search for tiny fish, hermit crabs, periwinkles, and other sea creatures living in this delicate habitat. Explore the five-acre island and its unusual variety of landforms, from granite rocks and tidal pools to sandy beach, salt marsh, and wooded hilltop.
Come to Marblehead for an 18th Century (Rev War era) Military Encampment with sutlers, 18th century crafts, 18th century medicine, 18th century music and sea chanteys along with skimirmishes with between the colonial rebels and the forces of the Crown.
Life on the rocky shore presents unique challenges and opportunities for marine species. Explore the rocks and tide pools of Chandler Hovey Park and take a closer look at crabs, sea stars, and other seashore creatures that have adapted to survive their continually changing environment.