Free

Highland Street Foundation Free Fun Fridays

Free family events all summer north of Boston, Northshore, Cape Ann

The Highland Street Foundation invites Massachusetts residents and tourists to visit designated cultural attractions every Friday this summer with free admission. You do not need to register or obtain a ticket. Just show up and enjoy!

When: 
Each Friday through August 29, 2014

Cape Ann Children and Families Leeny Tunes Concert

Cape Ann Children and Families Leeny Tunes Concert

It's school vacation week and that means it's party time!!

This free event is open to the entire Cape Ann community. The fun starts at 5:30 with a pizza party and face painting, and kicks into high gear at 6:00 with a concert by Parents' Choice Award winner Leeny and her band The Eeny Meenys!

Pathways for Children needs to get an accurate head count for pizza, so please RSVP if you are planning to attend. Call Amy Larsen at 978-281-2400 x120 or email alarsen@pw4c.org.

This event is made possible with the support of the Linden Foundation and Pathways for Children.

When: 
Thursday, February 24, 5:30-7:00pm
Location: 
Pathways for Children

Rocky Neck Art Colony Winter Stroll

Rocky Neck Art Colony Winter Stroll

This weekend the Artists of Rocky Neck will host the 2010 Rocky Neck Winter Stroll. The weather is going to be milder and Rocky Neck has a large parking lot with an incredible ocean view so the parking is super easy. There is a huge park across the street from the parking lot so the kids can burn some energy and enjoy a packed lunch there. Last Stop Variety is right around the corner where hot soup, sandwiches, drinks and treats can be bought.

It's a nice opportunity to get some holiday shopping done and have a lovely time doing it. Many of the galleries will be open with festive offerings including: Elynn Kroger, Side Street, Sigrid Olsen, Goetteman Gallery, John Nesta Gallery, and IMAGINE Gift Shop and Gallery.

Almost every American artist of note has painted on Rocky Neck at some point in his or her career including Milton Avery, Cecilia Beaux, Theresa Bernstein, Nell Blaine, Stuart Davis, Frank Duveneck, Adolph Gottleib, Childe Hassam, Hans Hofmann, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Fitz Henry Lane, William Meyerowitz, Frederick Mulhaupt, Maurice Prendergast, Mark Rothko, John Sloan, and many others.

Today over 30 working artists display their work in Rocky Neck galleries and studios, exhibiting a wide range of styles and media. In addition to the galleries, area restaurants provide gourmet cuisine, waterfront views, and eclectic atmosphere.

When: 
December 11 and 12, 2010, 11:00am - 4:00pm

Leeny Tunes at Manchester Library

Manchester Public Library proudly welcomes award-winning children's music artist Leeny of Leeny and Tamara for a free concert that will have the whole family learning, giggling, and singing along!

When: 
Wednesday, November 17, 2010 10:30-11:15am
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