Chill with the coolest guys in town in the heat of Summer! Enjoy a cool visit to Cape Pond Ice Company, icing Gloucester's fleet since 1848. We were featured in Sebastian Junger's account of The Perfect Storm. This tour highlights the history of the ice industry, with vintage film of natural ice harvests. See first hand 300-pound block ice being made (up to 350 tons per day), fishing vessels taking on ice and ice sculptures being carved in the historic icehouse on Gloucester's working waterfront. Wear warm clothing and shoes! Signup with the library!
Learn how to tell a sport story in 3 to 5 images. Professional photographer Toni Carolina shows you how. Then return with your printed photographs to hang them in the Young Adult gallery on Tuesday, Aug. 2 from 3:00-4:00.
Frisbee Show with Todd Brodeur Thursday, July 7 at 6:30. Two-time World Champion Todd Brodeur will present a high energy, interactive Frisbee show. See Todd's collection of rare flying discs. Then head outside to the field to learn how to do tricks, throws, catches & combinations like the pros. For all ages, free and open to the public.
No registration required. Funded by the Friends of Hamilton Wenham Library.
Magic the Gathering is a strategy based card game, for those who enjoy magical creatures battling each other. It is easy to learn. The club is for all levels, from beginners to people who already enjoy playing the game. Come try out your decks!
For ages 10+
Newburyport Public Library invites tweens and teens to stop by the library and make “sushi” – made with rice cereal treats and different candies. Use your imagination and see what crazy combinations you can come up with! No sign-ups necessary. Create beautiful and edible candy sushi! We'll provide all the supplies you'll need, as well as a take home box and some chopsticks.
The astronomy & science club is for grade-school children who are interested in learning more about Science, Astronomy, and outer space. in the fall of 2014, kids will be exploring the Science of Superheroes! Can people use science to replicate superpowers? Can we see through solid objects, talk to each other with just our minds, become invisible? And how about flying like either Superman or Iron Man? We will take a hard look at our favorite superpowers, separate myth from what might be possible and create our own superheroes.
Topsifeld Library invites kids to come and build skyscrapers, rocketships, or anything their mind can imagine! This program requires no sign up. Just drop in and build! LEGOs provided.
Ipswich Library kicks off their Summer programs with a family music program featuring the Toe Jam Puppet Band! Not so much puppetry, but lots of music and fun. Held in the gym at Ipswich Town Hall. Free of charge and no registration required. Good for preschoolers through elementary school children.
Grades 6-12 will learn to creat Zentangle! Grades 6-12: Join us in the Program Room to make your own Zentangle designs. All you need is a pencil, some paper, and your imagination! We'll have templates to fill in, or blank pages for free-hand designs!
The TOHP Burnham Public Library invites teens and tweens to come make their own tie dyes using Shapies! Spaces are limited so sign up early. Bring yout own plain white t-shirt an the library will provide the rest of the materials!
Monday, August 20
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