It's Family Night in the Aqua Room every Tuesday night from 5-8pm. Kids pay their age for day passes and no one pays more than $10 a pass. Come with the family and enjoy an evening swim in the heated indoor pool with colorful pool lights. There are plenty of flat screen TV's, full-service bar, and extensive dinner menu available for food and drinks poolside. Note: One adult must be present for every three Junior/Youth swimmers at all times & absolutely no outside food or beverage is permitted.
Sterling YMCA invites locals families from the community to come check out the Y! Activities include open swim, open gym, our gorgeous new Fitness Center and don't miss open gymnastics (10:00am-noon) and Wibit Water Obstacle Course in the pool (11:00am-3:00pm)
These December vacation programs are designed for families with creative, curious, and active preschoolers. Each 90-minute session offers a structured series of activities including original songs, movement, dramatic play, hands-on science, and a thematic snack. We'll give you coloring pages to take home, and you'll receive song lyrics, vocabulary, a fun-fact sheet, and a suggested reading list in an electonic goody bag after each class.
Harbor Sweets offers complimentary tours of the chocolate production area and shop. Tours are held at 11:00 am on Tuesdays and Thursdays. See how these candies are made and take some home to enjoy with your family! Calling ahead to confirm tours is recommended as weekday chocolate production is subject to change without notice.
Join us in the farmhouse for a craft making party! Leave your hat and mittens at the door and come get creative with our Farm Educator. While the farm animals are hunkered down and the wild animals are hibernating, we will use the winter landscape as our inspiration. Hot chocolate will be available in the farm kitchen throughout the program. Drop in between 9:30am-11am. Your crafting fun will take around 30 minutes so plan as you need for your schedule.
Warmer spring weather means its sheep shearing time on the farm. But what to do with all that wool? Learn about the time honored tradition of wool felting. We’ll start by learning how to “card” the raw wool into soft fiber for spinning or felting. Afterwards, we’ll try our hand at making felt balls to be used for farm-fun necklaces. Wool, wood beads and decorative string will be provided, but feel free to bring anything special of your own to add to your necklace. Recommended for ages 5-9.
Kids will love Chris Perondi's Stunt Dog experience at the Lynn Auditorium! Chris and his performers train their dogs to do the most innovative tricks and stunts in the world. Stund Dog Productions is a family owned and operated company that strives to produce family-friendly shows that appeal to animal lovers all over North America! They are paws down the most entertaining in the industry. Since the creation of the show in 1999, Chris has produced over 8000 live shows nationwide and in Canada.
No hats, gloves, or jackets required. Glide around our indoor artificial ice rink as you skate to festive music, surrounded by sparkling snowflakes, mirror balls, and breathtaking views of the ocean. Fun for the entire family! Children's and adult skate sizes available for rental. Kids 18 & under must be accompanied by an adult.
Come celebrate the longest night and shortest day of the year with Joppa Flats! Miss Mary and Miss Susan offer stories, songs, crafts made of evergreens, and thematic snacks for everyone to enjoy. Learn why we have seasons, and why different cultures around the world created legends and rituals to mark the longest night of the year. Join us for a festival of light to beckon the sun to return!
The Museum will have an ongoing video program in the auditorium featuring images from the Civil War to Vietnam with a voice-over of letters written home by soldiers. Also offered on Veteran’s Day is will be a special military-themed tour at 2:00 pm looking at items from the museum collection like a cannon ball that was fired into the facade of the First Parish Unitarian Church of Gloucester in 1775.
Thursday, April 26
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