If winter puts a smile on your face, it’s something you had in common with the late, great Warren Miller. The warm, witty, mildly eccentric godfather of the ski-and-ride film was the man who got us started on this long, crazy ride. This fall, don’t miss Volkswagen presents Warren Miller’s Face of Winter, the 69th installment from Warren Miller Entertainment. Visit some of Warren’s favorite locations, from Engleberg to Chamonix, British Columbia to Alaska, Chile, Iceland, New Zealand, Washington and more. Watch world-class skiers like Jessie Diggins, along with the U.S. Nordic Ski Team as they train like champions, and catch big mountain athletes like Anna Segal, Dash Longe, Forrest Jillson, Amie Engerbretson, Seth Wescott, Jim Ryan, Marcus Caston and others as they carve down the faces of remote mountain ranges in pursuit of a life lived in high places.
NOTE: Trunk or Treat was rescheduled to Sunday because of the Nor' Easter. Trunk or Treat is a fun and safe way for families and children to enjoy Halloween! Trunk or Treaters will spend the evening going from trunk to trunk, collecting candy from vehicle owners who have decorated their vehicles to serve as the backdrop for this family friendly event. "Trunkers" are asked to decorate their trunk, tailgate, or hatchback and to provide candy to the "Treaters." Trunker registration is FREE, as is Treater participation.
GUS will host an exclusive, free screening of the movie "Eighth Grade" on Thursday, November 1 at 7:00 p.m. From the NY Times review: "In his sharp, smart comedy Eighth Grade, the director understands that some of the most pronounced extremes of teenage-hood take place in that lonely room known as our heads." Grab your free tickets!
Written and directed by North Shore native Bo Burnham, "Eighth Grade" is the story of a 13-year old middle schooler "enduring the tidal wave of contemporary suburban adolescence as she makes her way through the last week of middle school—the end of her thus disastrous eighth grade year—before she begins high school." Charming, insightful, and bittersweet, "Eighth Grade" may evoke memories of your own past while providing a glimpse into your child's current experiences.
Come to Beverly to Race for a great cause! All race proceeds benefit Pete's Park in Beverly named in honor of Pete Frates - the creation of a permanent and lasting playground worthy of Pete's namesake that can be enjoyed and accessed by people of all abilities. The park is in Pete's hometown of Beverly, Mass; and is a place where his daughter Lucy can play with kids of all abilities. All race procedes go to fund park construction. Construction scheduled to be begin in 2018.
Online registration will be open UNTIL 11/1/18 at noon.
Register now: http://bit.ly/2OVZgNN
Beverly Main Streets invites kids and families to Downtown Beverly for the Annual Downtown Trick or Treat event! The annual Downtown Trick or Treat event is a safe and fun way for little ones in costumes to get their free treats! Stop in at businesses on Cabot and Rantoul Streets that have the orange flyer displayed in their windows and receive a fun treat. This event is free and open to the public. Rain or shine.
Dress up and have fun with friends and family at our SPOOKtacular event! Enjoy arts & crafts, spooky games, ghost stories outside, a costume contest, and many more “scary” activities! No registration required!
Join us in the Trustey Family Theatre at Shore Country Day School from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. on November 7, 2018, for Middle School Open House.
The evening will begin in the Trustey Family Teatre where you will hear about how Shore students are inspired for life. Alumni, parents, and community memebers at local independent high schools will share their first-hand insights about the lasting impact of a Shore education.
Following the initial discussion, students will participate in two hands-on activities as well as engage with Shore Upper School students to learn more about Shore's trips program. During that time, parents will have the opportunity to attend two of four panels, specifically designed for parents to hear about eh unique aqualities of Shore.
The Walk to End Homelessness unites friends, family and volunteers in support of families who are getting a fresh start. We'll enjoy coffee, juice and breakfast snacks at Lynch Park before our 3-mile stroll through the heart of the Beverly and along the shore. Back at Lynch Park, we'll enjoy more refreshments and celebrate our success. Please support The Walk to reverse the downward spiral of poverty on the North Shore, one family at a time.
Rosebud Newborn Class in Waldorf School at Moraine Farm Parent & Child Program
Waldorf School at Moraine Farm Parent & Child Program presents Rosebud Newborn Class for parents with newborns up to age 6 months.
The class is led by experienced early childhood educators. Parents will learn lullabies and games to play with their babies. Teachers will share observation practices to strengthen parents’ intuitive knowledge to help them better understand and care for their baby. Themes such as developmental stages, sleep, warmth, and your new role as a parent will be explored. Freshly baked bread and tea are served for parents and a nurturing home environment welcomes and surrounds adults and babies.
GUS+ After School classes promise hands-on learning and fun!
Registration is OPEN! Join us for GUS+ After School! Held on our campus in Beverly Farms, classes are open to the greater community and begin each day at 3:00 p.m.