Beverly, Massachusetts 01915
All are invited to join Shore Country Day School in the Center for Creativity this Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 9 - 10:30 a.m. at our "Saturday Studio," a morning of science, art, and storytelling for children ages 4 - 7.
Free and open to the public! RSVP by calling 978-927-1700 x207, or by e-mailing email@example.com.
Bug Out! with Karen K and her imaginary friends, the Jitterbugs: Bumble (the bee who doesn’t like to sting); Stinky (loves playing outside, refuses baths), Hop (working on his self control); and Slug Bug (needs a LOT of naps). Named one of the “Must-See Acts of 2015” and called “Power pop sheen that makes them fun for the whole family” by the Boston Globe, the Jitterbugs have quickly become a favorite among kids and kid-ults in Boston and beyond. Known for their totally engaging, high-energy show packed with humor and amazingly catchy, well-crafted tunes, Karen K & the Jitterbugs has quickly become one of the most buzzed about kindie bands on the East Coast.
Save the date for the annual Fall Festival and Open House at Waldrof School at Moraine Farm. The day's activities will include a puppet show, nature walks through the Moraine Farm property, cooperative games in the meadow, a dance performance offered by the Cape Ann Center for Dance (including some Waldorf alum performers!), a cozy fire and warm apple cider, and lunch offered by the third-grade class. Our many outdoor play spaces will be open for families to explore and enjoy lunch al fresco.
During the Open House, all classrooms will be open. Although no registration is required, we encourage you to reach out to our Admissions Director, Erin Milner, at 978.927.1936, if you are interested in touring the classrooms and learning about the school. Guided tours will be scheduled throughout the day.
Besides being the time for New Year's resolutions and new starts of all kinds, January is also the month for independent school open houses on Boston's North Shore. Every year at the end of January, Shore stages its own Winter Open House.
Listen to Waldorf School at Moraine Farm alumni talk about how their Waldorf education has impacted their lives. Explore the results of a Waldorf education as you engage in this enlivened discussion with these impressive alumni. This is your opportunity to ask questions, listen and be enlightened on why a Waldorf education works.
December 17 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
The Oberufer “Shepherds Play,” a Nativity play, is once again offered by faculty of the Waldorf School at Moraine Farm. It shows twice on Thursday, Dec. 17: at 4:30 and 7:00 p.m. The play focuses on three shepherds who hear of the birth of Jesus and travel to bring him gifts.
Ilse Kolbuzowski, a former Waldorf Eurythmy teacher, shares this about the three Oberufer plays, of which the “Shepherds Play” is one:
John Swansburg, deputy editor of Slate.com, will speak about online journalism and how it has changed the way people receive news on Sunday, December 6 at 2 p.m. at Glen Urquhart School in Beverly. Slate.com is considered one of the preeminent online current affairs and culture magazines and known for its witty take on the news.
Friends of the Peabody Institute Library - Danvers invite you to celebrate the holiday at their annual Holiday Open House! There crafts for kids, complimentary refreshments, cider and hot chocolate. The public is invited to stop by the downstairs Children’s Room and share some fun and cheer.
Nearly twenty years into his performing career, 2014 Grammy-nominated musician Alastair Moock has managed to carve out a unique niche for himself: He is a songwriter committed to celebrating the roots of American music while knocking down the walls between different audiences, genres and musical traditions. Today, his audiences range from adults all the way down to preschoolers, and he plays everything from nightclubs to theaters to schoolrooms. Like his boyhood hero, Woody Guthrie, Moock believes in the power of music to reach all people — young and old, far and wide, for all occasions.