Students will have the opportunity to learn the FUNdamentals of sewing, both by hand and with a basic sewing machine. Skills learned will include sewing straight and curved seams, adding decorative stitches and embellishments.The group will decide on their project.
The Hamilton-Wenham Integrated Preschool at Winthrop School announces two open houses for parents that are interested in enrolling their children for the 2017-2018 school year. Open houses are scheduled for Wednesday, February 1 and again on February 8, from 9:00am-10:00am, at Winthrop Elementary School, 325 Bay Road, Hamilton, MA.
Parents are invited to meet the teachers, visit the classrooms, and participate in a short parent-directed questionnaire about their child’s development.
You do not have access to view this node invites families to join Santa on a wagon ride through the woods and over the fields! Craft-making for kids, live music and Chef Alice will be cooking up pizza and grilled cheeses. Of course our farmstand is open and, as always, features holiday decor, gifts, gourmet condiments and our own produce, meats and prepared meals. Free and Open to the Public.
Native speaker Lucy Han will teach basic Chinese at the Hamilton Wenham Public Library. She will introduce aspects of Chinese culture in daily life and in business.
Lucy grew up in China and worked in international companies for 10 years, she is currently a student at Gordon Conwell.
Free and open to the public, for adults and students 16+.
The library's MAGE, (Minecraft and Assorted Games for Everyone Club), is run by teens, for all ages who play well with others. The Club plays Minecraft, but also play other multiplayer interactive online games together.
Registration will take place on club days.
MAGE meets on Wednesday afternoons.
Bring your own laptop and have an active Minecraft membership.
Beginners and advance players welcome.
The knitting group at the Hamilton-Wenham Public Library welcomes experienced & beginning knitters and crochet folk.
Bring your UFOs (Un-Finished Objects), get help on a problem you've encountered and learn some new techniques. The group is informal and drop-ins are welcome. A group for all ages.
Hamilton Wenham Library hosts an opportunity for children to explore the elements of writing using story maps. We will look at a classic fairytale and then create our own stories.
No registration of experience necessary.
This program is designed for children ages 8 to 12. (Remember to enter your completed story in our November Story Writing Contest!)
Madeline Theater Workshop for Kids. This workshop will explore performance through exciting themes that will get your kids up and exercising their imaginations. Through creative movement, writing, theater games, props, set and costume, character develppment and analysis, children will explore the art of drama from the ground up. Starting with Greek Theater and ending with an exploration fo Mordern Day Musicals, students will get a sense of the work it takes to create a play from start to finish.
You do not have access to view this node celebrates the harvest season with their FREE annual Harvest Fest! Enjoy live music by Dixie Cookbooks, arts and crafts for kids, farm fresh food (for purchase), an obstacle course, lawn games, face painting, and wagon rides. The walking paths are open for you to walk about the property and enjoy the fields and animals.
Attention 7th & 8th Graders- Don't miss this after school classes for middle school students in Playwriting, Electronic Music, Robotics, Ceramics, Chemistry and Forensics, Making Comics and Graphic Novels, and Math and Logic Games. Taught by Pingree School faculty.
Who Knows?, Pingree's program for middle school students that offers a selection of enrichment courses for kids in grades 7 and 8 taught by Pingree faculty, begins its spring season on April 5, and will meet Fridays for five weeks from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Registration is open!