View the Sargent House in all its holiday splendor while sharing in the joy of the season with tasty holiday treats and music performed by the Rockport High School Madrigal Choir from 2-3PM. Take home decorations at the end of the day and fresh holly cut from our own trees at prices sure to make you rejoice!
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The museum is open to the pulbic free of charge all day for Middle Street Walk 2016! Make ornaments, view art, take a guided walking tour of historic Middle Street and celebrate the holidays! The Museum shop is fully stocked with a unique selection of holiday gifts for anyone on your list. CAM members receive 10%-20% off so don't forget to join or renew.
Spend some time with your child reading with Reading Buddy, Zyla the Therapy Dog. Zyla is a beautiful and gentle collie who loves stories of all kinds, so come read to her. These sessions are great for building reading skills and helping readers of all levels gain confidence.
Sawyer Free Library invites kids to a live performance by the "What Time is it Mr. Fox?" Duo! This is just one of the great family activities during Gloucester's Middle Street Walk 2016. Enjoy a performance from this local Gloucester Favorite! With Brian King voice, keys and guitar and Nathan Cohen performing violin, viola & trumpet.
Certified Montessori teacher, artist and local mother, Colleen Apostolos-Marsh will guide your young artist in an exploration of color, shape, and texture. Using a variety of media, your child will be free to express their in a beautiful space while socializing and engaging in cooperative play.
USA Hockey and Cape Ann Youth Hockey invite kids ages 4-9 to come try hockey for free in Gloucester! If your child has shown interest in learning to skate, or just a genereal interest in team sports, hockey coudl be for them! Come to The Dorothy Talbot Rink to come try youth hockey as part of Come Play Hockey Month. Limited equipment will be available for use.
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.
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!
At the Cape Ann Farmers' Market Halloween Market, you'll find over 20 vendors selling fresh produce, soups, baked goods, crafts, meats, cheese, herbs, smoked fish, pasta, and guacamole. All fresh, all local, in time for Thanksgiving dinner.
Celebrate Discovers Day with indoor hands-on activities, a discovery desk, and an investigation station at Ravenswood Park in Gloucester. Explore outdoors with a discovery detective pack, hike-n-seeks, quests, and more!