Heidi Henrickson-Zohn, chiropractic physician and holistic speaker (and parent of a 1st and 6th grader) is back with her Dr. Mom tips on turning to natural methods to care for your family. From supplements to foods to essential oils, come learn how to trust your instinct and use ancestral medicine to stay healthy. This event is free and open to the public.
When school is closed, Taste Buds Kitchen is open! A new and unique menu is offered each week. Register for a few weeks or even a single day.
Every day kids make two to three recipes – always one savory and one sweet – while whipping up batches of fun. Younger chefs focus on the basics along with kitchen games while the older camps tackle advanced techniques and culinary challenges. Professional Culinary Instructors and Kid Experts lead the way for a camp your budding chef won’t soon forget! A TBK apron is included for each full-week camper as well as flexible drop-off from 8:30-9:00am for a small fee.
Hop over to Tupper Manor and celebrate Easter Sunday with a bountiful brunch. Savor the Chef’s Carving Station while enjoying the historic atmosphere of Tupper Manor and ocean views.
Families will enjoy a visit from the Easter Bunny and the return of the Easter Egg Hunt.
- Seatings at 11am & 1:30pm.
- Egg Hunts will be at 12:30 and 3pm.
Reservations Required. Call 978-867-1955 Monday-Friday 8-3.
Hop over to Teresa's at Hillview Country Club in North Reading, and celebrate Easter Sunday with a bountiful brunch. Savor the Chef’s Carving Station and a selection of traditional holiday dishes while enjoying the atmosphere of Hillview Country Club.
And of course enjoy the company of the Easter Bunny.
The Waldorf School at Moraine Farm is participating in a worldwide postcard exchange initiative to both broaden the global perspective of students and kick-off the 100 year celebration of Waldorf® Education planned for 2019.
Throughout the current year, students in 1,100 Waldorf schools from greater than 80 countries will send a postcard to every other Waldorf school in the world. Each postcard is being individually designed by a student, telling or showing something of his or her country, school or self.
This innovative global project will connect hundreds of thousands of students to one another through individualized and artistically designed postcards, which will then be displayed by each school.
Our school is proud to be a part of this million-fold Waldorf greeting from around the globe!
On Wednesday, April 4, 2018 at 8:00 - 10:00 am, families of students entering Pre-K through Grade 8, are invited to Waldorf School at Moraine Farm to learn more about Waldorf education.
Tour classrooms, meet our teachers, partake in interactive learning just like our kids do! Experience for yourself how our time-tested approach to education promotes a learning environment that allows for self-discovery, creative problem solving and high achievement. Academic lessons are integrated through the arts, music and movement creating multidimensional learning that fosters self-motivated and well-rounded students.
RSVP to our Open Classrooms Tour. The tour begins promptly at 8:00 am and ends at 10:00 am after a brief Q&A period with faculty, parents and staff.
Montserrat College of Art Offers Youth S.T.E.A.M. programs in Beverly for Grades 3-12. Students have fun while creating and gaining new, useful understanding and skills that will enhance their regular classroom experiences.
The S.T.E.A.M. program provides youth in grades 3 -12 opportunities to experience hands-on learning in a safe, supervised environment, led by professional faculty from educational institutions on the North Shore and beyond. Sessions are offered in spring, summer and fall, with the summer sessions running week-long, flexible, part or full-time with before and after care available.
Montserrat College of Art’s Youth S.T.E.A.M. Summer Camps are flexible, partial, or full-day opportunities for youth in grades 3-8 to experience hands-on learning in a safe, supervised environment, led by professional faculty from educational institutions on the North Shore and beyond.
S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) classes incorporate creativity, problem-solving, collaboration, and presentation. The week-long camps will run July 9 through Aug. 3 at Montserrat College of Art’s downtown 248 Cabot St., Beverly building. Students are welcome to attend for more than one session.
Newbury Town Library hosts Minecraft Madness with Jungle Jim! Balloon art, magic, comedy and audience participation make this a fun engaging show that kids and Minecraft fans will love! All ages are welcome.Activities include Giant Dragon creation, the Building Block Madness Torunament, a riveting Zombie Chase and the Balloon Firework Rocket extravaganza! It all lead up to the big finale - a humungous 6-foot slime ball! Best for kids ages 3-10.
Saturday, October 20
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