Come join the Salem YMCA for a fun run around Salem. This running tour will stop at each mural in the great City of Salem. At each stop we'll learn a little about the mural and the North Shore CDC & Punto Urban Art Museum project. The North Shore CDC invests in neighborhoods to create thriving communities. They "envision a North Shore where every neighborhood is one of choice and opportunity."
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The Bridge and Back 10k is a fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Salem . The race starts in downtown Salem Massachusetts, crosses the bridge into Beverly Massachusetts and onward tot he Dane Street Beach. Runners then circle back to Salem for the finish on Front Street. Sponsored by Tavern in the Square Salem
Friends of Obear Park invite you to bring your blankets, chairs and snack for our no frills old fashion neighborhood family fun movie night. 8:15 should work perfect this time with the sunset at 8:00. This movie should end just about 10PM. Reminder that this is for the kiddos so we ask that the big kids sit out back so the little ones can see.
Come eat ice cream for a good cause. Proceeds benefit the Homecoming Fireworks. This event is sponsored by the State Representative, Jerry Parisella, which can be reached at www.jerryparisella.com/main/html. For more information, you can contact Lisa Parisella at 781-910-0608.
Summer Family Fun Nights continues at The Cabot with a bit of magic – fresh off the 20th anniversary of the first Harry Potter book being published, we bring you Chicken Run! This film series, sponsored by Marblehead Bank, will take place every Wednesday in July at 7pm, and admission is only $1!
This year, Glen Urquhart School made the conscious decision to make its campus pesticide and herbicide free. With nature trails winding through its 23-acre campus, Glen Urquhart has always focused on the natural world. According to Head of School David Liebmann,
“GUS is committed to addressing many of today’s most challenging environmental issues, including that of pesticide and herbicide use, and reducing the school’s overall carbon footprint. We want to be good stewards of the environment, and also put into daily practice what we’re teaching students at GUS.“
Come get a taste of our summer camp program, see our beautiful outdoor campus and meet our camp director, Coleen Ryan. We will be making an upcycled t-shirt craft project from 3 to 4:30 pm. We will meet at the picnic table in front of the school.
This is free and open to the public.
Waldorf School at Moraine Farm Green Earth Art Summer Camp is perfect for children entering second through fifth grade. Middle school and older children are invited to volunteer as camp counselors and assist with the day-to-day runnings of the camp.
Join Beverly Bootstraps to help celebrate their 25th Anniversary as they host Nancy Frates for an inspirational breakfast talk. This uplifting event will be held at the Cabot Theatre in Beverly. Nancy is the founder of the Ice Bucket Challenge - a global fundraising phenomena that has raised hundreds of millions of dollars and promoted awareness of ALS.
Drop in for a tour on a Tuesday morning in May! Observe lessons and activities in any grade or subject area, tour our 23-acre campus, meet our dedicated teachers, and learn about our innovative academic program.
There are limited spaces available for the fall of 2017. For more information or to apply, please contact Director of Admission Leslie Marchesseault at 978-927-1064, ext. 115 or email@example.com.
At Glen Urquhart, learning isn’t confined to a book, a classroom, or even our 23-acre campus. For GUS kids, learning starts from within. When children leave GUS, they go as original thinkers with the academic readiness to meet the demands of the most rigorous high schools and colleges, and the global perspective to succeed in the new world.
Come visit Waldorf School at Moraine Farm on May 3 for Open Classrooms Tour, from 8:30 to 10:30 am and see what Waldorf School at Moraine Farm can offer your family.
Starting in Kindergarten, Waldorf lays the foundation of skills that are needed to succeed later on in academic studies. Through daily rhythms of free play, outdoor time, circle time, story time, visual arts, handwork and practical activities children exercise their creative muscles, develop their fine motor skills and create a strong foundation for their emerging literacy skills.