The ninth annual Flying Horse Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit will feature more than 50 works by established and emerging New England artists, all displayed on the 100-acre campus of Pingree School from September 1 to November 4, 2018. Other artists from afar including New York,California and and New Mexico will also present their work. George Fifield, executive director of Boston Cyberarts and a leader in the emerging field of digital sculpture, is the honorary chair. The pieces are created in many different media, including wood, glass, bronze, recycled metal, steel, cotton, and fiberglass. There will be interactive pieces such as a 25-foot musical fence built by the Pickup Music Project in Somerville.
Come to HW Library to Celebrate National Children's Dental Health Month with local dentist Dr. Priscilla Magnuson of Green Willow Dental. Enjoy stories and songs about teeth & dentists. Children will each have a chance to practice brushing on Skyler the horse!
All ages welcome. No registration necessary.
Come to HW Library to create a masterpiece, share your ideas, work individually or as a team. This is a non-robotics program designed for children in grades K - 5, created to share the joy of Legos. No experience or registration necessary.
Come to HW Library to join Melanie Ward for some STEAM-based fun! Caregivers and children together will listen to stories, sing songs, explore STEAM ideas and make art. This free program is designed for ages 0-5.
Come join the fun at Community House Of Hamilton & Wenham Monday, Thursday, and Saturday mornings at 10 a.m. for 30 - 45 minutes of great music with Brian Doser! Sing and dance with the Music Man during a family concert, featuring familiar and original tunes, performed by local dad and musician, Brian Doser.
Mark your calendar and get ready to create some lasting memories. Dress up for this father daughter date night and join us at The Community House for music, dancing, and more! Appetizers, beverages, and dreamy desserts will be provided throughout the evening. Photographs will be available at no additional charge. Hors d’ouevres, beverages, and a dreamy chocolate fountain! DJ and dancing
The Stage 284 offers a fun filled vacation week of training: acting, voice, and movement. During this week, students will work through acting exercises and theatre activities and a rehearsal period resulting in a workshop production of the Matilda on The Stage 284 mainstage. Taught by Stage 284’s artistic staff, this workshop is not to be missed!
Go on an extraordinary 4-D adventure this holiday season on THE POLAR EXPRESS! When a doubting young boy takes an extraordinary train ride to the North Pole, he embarks on a journey of self-discovery that shows him that the wonder of life never fades for those who believe. THE POLAR EXPRESS 4-D Experience is based on the inspiring and beloved Caldecott Medal children's book by Chris Van Allsburg.
The magic of Santa has been experienced by generations of children and their families at our annual pancake breakfast. Santa’s helpers capture the special moment of your child with Santa in a photograph. Boy Scouts provide a cookie decorating activity for the children. Each child receives a small gift.
The Winthrop Elementary School’s Holiday Boutique will feature more than 60 local vendors offering unique gift ideas for the holidays. Be a part of this delightful holiday tradition!
Stock up on cookies at the Cookie Walk, bid on gift baskets donated by Winthrop School classes. Enjoy a scrumptious lunch in the Winthrop Café (all food donated by local restaurants and caterers), and browse full selection from Scholastic Book Fair. Children will delight in doing their own holiday shopping with the help of some very eager elves in the Children’s Secret Shop where all gifts cost $6 or less. And most importantly, Santa will be on site!
The holiday boutique is the largest fundraiser for the Friends of Winthrop. 100% of the funds raised goes back to the school to fund new technology, cultural enrichment programs that enhance the curriculum, new playground equipment and field trips.
Sunday, February 24
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