Join the The Trustees of Reservations as they light up the night with a Solstice Stroll at Ward Reservation! We will meet in the parking lot for a candlelit stroll through the woods that will include presented passages from the story "The Shortest Day". The Stroll ends with a gathering around the solstice stones at the heigh of Holt Hill. At an elevation of 420 feet above sea level, Holt Hill is the highest point in Essex County and offers views of the Boston skyline and even the Blue Hills.
The Pike School in Andover invites you to the Independent Secondary School Fair on Wednesday, September 27, 2017, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
The Independent School Fair at The Pike School in Andover, is an opportunity for families and students to meet with representatives from private schools, including day schools in the Boston area and boarding schools around New England. If you are considering the possibility of an independent school for your child for the Fall of 2018, now is the time to start looking. Attend and use this unique opportunity to meet with a number of schools under the same roof, meet representatives and gather information from boarding and day schools in New England and beyond.
All families interested in independent secondary schools are welcome and encouraged to attend this free event.
The Pike School in Andover is bringing the community together with a special family event on Saturday, September 23, beginning at 7:00 p.m. Gather your family and friends and bring your lawn chairs to enjoy Under the Stars Movie Night with a special showing of Disneys Moana.
The movie will take place on a grassy field at The Pike School, so bring a chair or blanket to sit on. Snacks, blankets, and bug spray are recommended. Lawn games will be set up for entertainment prior to the start of the film. Parking is super easy at The Pike School so don't miss this special evening with family and friends.
Admission is FREE. All of the community is welcome. RSVP here to ensure plenty of free popcorn for everyone.
The Phillips Academy Music Department will present a spring concert featuring The Fidelio Society, the oldest musical organization on Andover Hill. The program will include a selection of madrigals, sacred, and contemporary music. They will be joined by Tiffany Tien, vibraphone, in the premier also premier a work by Charles Stacy, PA’16, with lyrics by Erika Nork, PA’16, entitled “Bright Filaments, Shimmering.”
Wear your favorite pajamas and come join the Addision Gallery of Art for a great story featuring bunnies, followed by family-friendly conversations about the 'Throwing Up Bunnies' exhibit at the museum. Children are required to be attended with a adult. Free and open to the public.
Are you looking for something to do with your family during February vacation? You’re invited to learn more about what goes on behind the scenes at the Addison Gallery of American Art and how exhibitions come together through demonstrations and hands-on activities. Those of all ages are welcome, and children must be accompanied by an adult. This event is free and open to the public.
The Phillips Academy Music Department will sponsor its 28th annual holiday concert presenting excerpts from Handel's Oratorio, Messiah featuring the Phillips Academy Community Chorus and the Academy Chamber Players under the direction of Christopher Walter. Soloists will be Shannon Canavin, PA '91, soprano; Krista River, mezzo-soprano; Eric Christopher Perry, tenor; and Donald Wilkinson, bass.
Meets at Campground Nature Center - This is a casual paced bike ride through forest trails. Great for families and also those new to trail riding. Helmets are required and you should bring water and insect repellent and sun screen. Appropriate for children over 10 years old.
The Mother Connection, SHED Children's Campus and YMCA presents their 2nd Annual Family Summer Safety and Bike Rodeo. The day will feature, Lil' Iguana live show with a Stop & Then Look session, Who’s a Stranger workshop, Take a Buddy with You, Run, Run, Run, Yell & Tell, Get Permission and Buckle Up Your Seat Belt.
A family-friendly stroll down a forest path. We’ll read a story about animal houses and then we’ll go explore some real animal habitats along the trail. Do you know where birds live? Chipmunks? Beaver? Come join us and find out! We recommend bringing water, insect repellent, sun screen, binoculars and camera.
Appropriate for Pre-K to K level. Program will meet at the nature center at the entrance to the campground, 133 Jenkins Road in Andover