The New England Aquarium's Paint with the Seals experience takes place behind the scenes in the seal exhibit. While you are there, participants in each painting session will be invited into the Atlantic harbor seal exhibit to learn about this intelligent local species while working side-by-side with a trainer. As part of the day's exercises, your seal will paint a masterpiece using a specially adapted brush and three colors of your choosing. The seals at the Aquarium create colorful paintings with a couple flicks of their head or flipper.
Take Mom and the entire family to the Pops. Package includes a premium floor seat to the Boston Pops "Dancing with a Twist" performance on May 8 at 3pm with a pre-concert brunch at the Symphony Café! Must be purchased 72 hours prior to performance date.
This Mother's Day package is also available by calling SymphonyCharge (888-266-1200).
The ISU World Figure Skating Championships will be held at the TD Garden, March 28-April 3, 2016. The World Figure Skating Championships will bring close to 200 skaters from over 30 countries to Boston’s TD Garden to compete for four international titles in four disciplines: Ladies' singles, men's singles, pairs and ice dancing. The Exhibition of Champions will also feature a performance by the world-famous Haydenettes synchronized skating team, based in Lexington.
The Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras (BYSO) and the Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO) will collaborate to present a special family version of Rossini's Cinderella on April 10th! This performance is suitable for children six years of age and older. This production is newly conceived specifically for Symphony Hall and will be sung in English.
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, offers year-round studio art classes and workshops taught by experienced educators and professional artists in a unique setting. Access to a world-class collection of art provides inspiration for studio exploration. Studio art classes and workshops include day, evening, and weekend classes and workshops for all ages. You can also register for classes offered through our partner schools: Diablo Glass School, Eliot School, and Stonybrook Fine Arts.
If you've never thought of frogs as beautiful, MOS new temporary exhibition will change your mind. Enjoy an eye-popping adventure and get to know some of the most colorful-and vocal-organisms on the planet. With more than a dozen species from around the world and engagng hands-on activities, you may even want to make repeat visits.
EMK Institue celebrates spring with Rose's Garden!
Author and illustrator, Peter H. Reynolds, will join us for a reading and signing of his book, Rose’s Garden on Saturday, April 23, 2016 at 11:00 AM at the EMK Institute in Boston.
The signing will be followed by paper flower making, where participants can write how they want to "make a difference" on their flower petals which will be planted in Rose's Garden at the EMK Institute.
Boston Children's Museum Lunch & Learn Lecture Series will be held Tuesday, May 17th from 11:30 am-1:15 pm. Dr. Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot will speak on the importance of the parent-teacher relationship and its impact on the lives of children.
Please invite your friends and colleagues to this wonderful event. Below you will find a flyer with more information. If you cannot attend yourself, but would like to support our efforts, consider purchasing a ticket(s) to sponsor a teacher/child care provider’s attendance. Simply register for yourself and then send an email to Debbie Amato at Amato@BostonChildrensMuseum.org letting her know that this is your intent.
To register, please visit our website: http://community.bostonchildrensmuseum.org/lunchandlearnmay2016
Discover the marvels of natural engineering in Animals: Machines in Motion! Explore how a variety of living and extinct species — from microbes and trees to fish and mammals — have evolved to live on Earth. See how humans draw upon the adaptations of living and extinct species for modern innovations such as prosthetic limbs.
Big Apple Circus' new production "The Grand Tour," according to press notes, "transports audiences to the Roaring 1920s, the advent of the modern travel ear, when the most adventuresome began to tour the world in ships, planes, trains and automobiles. The troupe sets off on their own whirlwind adventure, accompanied by the live, seven-piece Big Apple Circus Band."