Gloucester, Massachusetts 01930 & 01931

Second Saturdays

Bring the kids! Make a postcard inspired by the Museum’s collection of historic cards written by vacationers telling of their adventures on Cape Ann. The second Saturday of every month is free for families with school-aged children. Families are invited to the Activity Center to participate in hands-on activities that delve into the art, history and culture of the region. Each Second Saturday focuses on a specific theme based on the Museum’s collection and/or special exhibitions.

Second Saturday Monthly 11am-2pm

Wee Secret Home Making

Kids are welcomed to Ravenswood PArk to experiment with building fairy houses!

Are there fairies and gnomes at  Ravenswood Park? Using only all natural materials found on the forest floor, kids can create your their own secret home. Elves, gnomes or fairies will love them! Even our littlest wildlife friends will enjoy checking out your wee secret home. Wear your faery frock and dance along the children's trail with wee secret homes!

Saturdays & Sundays through November 21, 2015 10am-3pm

SFL: Storytime

SFL: Storytime, Gloucester MA

You and your child are invited to a morning of playtime, stories, songs, bubbles, movement, and crafts.  Children have lots of fun and a its great way to introduce your child to other children his/her own age.  For children ages 2-4.  All are welcome!  No registration required.

Fridays from 10 - 11 a.m.

Cape Ann Kids' PMC Bike Ride

Kids are encouraged to ride their bikes to raise money for the Pan Mass Challenge in Gloucester

The Pan-Mass Challenge Cape Ann Kids' Ride will be one of many PMC Kids Rides held in neighborhoods throughout New England and beyond. Through the PMC Kids Rides program, nearly 6,000 cyclists between the ages of two and 15 will ride between one and 26 miles in mini-bike-a-thons to raise money for cancer research.

Saturday, June 18, 2016 9am-Noon

Piano Lessons for North Shore Children

Julie Cleveland Piano Lessons for North Shore Children and Families. Northshore

Piano is the most popular instrument in the world and the foundation for music learning. Numerous studies available show children who play an instrument score higher on both standard and spatial cognitive development tests alike. There are also findings that show kids who play piano in particular scored higher in math, especially on problems dealing with ratios and fractions.


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