Hamilton Wenham High School and the Hamilton Wenham Edfund proudly welcomes Dr. Michael Thompson, psychologist and author of the New York Times best-seller Raising Cain: Protecting the Emotional Life of Boys and It's a Boy!: Understanding Your Son's Development from Birth to Eighteen and seven other best-selling books on children and parenting, to the Ferrini Auditorium at Hamilton Wenham High School campus.
It's spring at the farm! Join us for a hands-on experience with live laying hens. Christine Green, of Green Meadows Farm, will be here to explain the important role that the chickens play on the farm with stories, songs, a game & a craft.
Free and open to the public, no registration, all ages are welcome.
Join ECTA Trail Steward Sue McLaughlin (amazing woman and friend of NSK) for a hike through the Chebacco Woods area. Chebacco Road is off Essex St (Rte22) in Hamilton. We will meet at the main entrance on the west side of Chebacco Road. There is parking for about 8 cars at this entrance, and there is more parking at the canoe launch down the road.
Be the first to see this brand new musical now in development here at Stage 284. NOTTINGHAM is an exciting tale based on the iconic Robin Hood legends. Journey with Robin Hood, Maid Marian, Little John and more as they seek to overthrow the tyrannous rule of Prince John and the Sheriff and their unfair taxes. A true delight for families and people of all ages. This performance was developed locally, and its your chance to take part in the world premier week of performances!
Hamilton Wenham Public Library welcomes Toto the Tornado Kitten and owner, author Jonathan Hall on Tuesday, May 10 at 3:30.
Toto was caught in the tornado that hit Brimfield MA in 2011. Hear Toto’s extraordinary story of survival, then meet Toto and owner, Jonathan.
All ages are welcome, no registration necessary.
Please join Beverly Bootstraps for the Boots and Banjos Gala to help support families in need and give hunger the boot! You'll have a great time enjoying cocktails, hors d'oeuvres, dinner, dancing, a raffle, live auction and a boot stomping good time! Proceeds from this event, held on Friday April 8 at 6:30pm at the Pingree School in S. Hamilton, will enable Beverly Bootstraps to continue to provide essential programming to their clients so they may become self-sufficient. Food catered by Fireside Catering and music by the Chasing Blue Band.
The Hamilton-Wenham Public Library hosts Tales and Treats. This story program includes a craft, snack and socializing to follow the stories! The theme of this story program is: friendship. Bring along a friend.
Great for ages 2 and up, no registration necessary.
The Hamilton-Wenham Public Library Art Club is for preschool aged children and older to experience different ways of artistic expression. The sessions are free-form.
Drop in to complete a fun art project with Betsy. Children will explore a variety of art materials and techniques. No experience or registration necessary, designed for children in preschool and up.
- No Registration Necessary - Drop In
- Open to the Public
- Bring a friend!
The Hamilton-Wenham Public Library hosts stories, crafts and lullabies for intentional time together at the end of the day. For parents and children ages 0-5, children are invited to attend in pajamas and/or bring a stuffed friend.
This program is free and open to the public. Please register to attend with Early Childhood Partners: 978-468-5489 or email: email@example.com