Sawyer Free Library invites kids to a science story telling session with Science Tellers! Science and storytelling collide for interactive science fun with ScienceTellers. For years they have been delighting children and their families with positive, interactive and exciting educational science programs. With help from the audience, ScienceTellers conduct hands-on science experiments to bring the sights and sounds of an original story to life!
Sawyer Free Library hosts Poetry and Puppies at the outdoor ampitheater! This program for kids ages 6 and up encourages learning poetry while giving children a chance to ineteract with puppies looking for a home! In partnership with the Cape Ann Animal Aid.
Calling all ages! Create a diorama, using those deliciously sweet, marshmallow Peeps as your main characters. Let your imagination run to peeps as you illustrate your favorite book or movie.
Bags of peeps are available at the library (while supplies last), or supply your own. Dioramas and entry forms need to be submitted between May 8th and May 12st.
The public is then invited to view through May 19th and cast their vote for the The Peeple’s Choice Award.
Celebrate spring's arrival by star gazing with the North Shore Amateur Astronomy Club at Battis Farm! The Lake Gardner Improvement Association will be hosting a star party at Battis Farm Tuesday March 21st. If it is cloudy the backup date is March 23rd. Please check the Facebook page *before* heading out as weather conditions are subject to change, and clouds effect stargazing!
STEAM into Science Tuesday afternoon March 28, 2017. Explore science, technology, engineering, art & math-based concepts through stories and hands on activities. Listen to stories, learn through hands-on discovery, and make a fun craft to take home.
Pre-registration is requested.
Ipswich Public Library invite kids ages 8 and up for a fun night of Harry Potter trivia! Have your kids read the Harry Potter books, 4-7? If so, come and test your Harry Potter knowledge in fun, fast-paced trivia game created by kids for kids! Appropriate for children ages 8 and older.
How far would you go to save a dog in need? Over the past ten years Greg Mahle has driven over 8,400 miles a month, more than a million miles in all, bringing abused, abandoned and homeless dogs from the deep south to forever homes in New England. Greg's story is told in Peter Zheutlin's book Rescue Road: One Man, Thirty Thousand Dogs, and a Million Miles on the Last Hope Highway
The Newbury Town Library invites kids to a showing of Illumination's 'The Secret Life of Pets' as the half-day movie for town kids. A Jack Russell Terrier named Max lives with his owner Katie in a Manhattan apartment. While she is at work during the day, he hangs out with other pets in the building: tabby cat Chloe, pug Mel, dachshund Buddy, and budgerigar Sweetpea. One day, Katie adopts Duke, a large and shaggy mongrel from the pound, leaving Max jealous because of her divided attention between him and Duke. Enraged by Max's attitude towards him, Duke tries to abandon Max in an alley, but they are both attacked by a gang of alley cats led by Sphynx cat Ozone. The cats remove both dogs' collars and leave them to be caught by Animal Control. Hilartiy ensues, and we lear a little about the way pets live their lives while we are all attending to other matters.
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