In this Museum of Science workshop hosted at the Ipswich Public Library, kids will learn about rocketry and payload science by doing. Attendees will engineer their own air rocket that will be launched across the room and design a payload return system that results in a safe return to Earth. Kids will use their imagination to plan, build, test and implement their designs.
Ipswich, Massachusetts 01938
Got Milk? Now you can get your fresh milk from the farm's herd on Saturdays at Appleton Farms in Ipswich. Actually, it's a great excuse to brign the kids to explore Appleton Farms, then stop by the Dairy Market before you head home! The new hours round out a weekly schedule:
Come watch winter melt into spring at Appleton Farms with your pre-schooler. Meet the cows, plant seeds, explore the winter wonderland, and learn about spring changes. Fiddleheads experience it all through age appropriate sensory activities, stories, songs and games. A healthy snack is provided. Please pre-register. Program meets four Thursdays, March 1, 8, 15, 22.
Celebrate the sugar maple as we learn firsthand how this magnificent tree produces sap which is then turned into syrup. Explore our maple taps on the farm, enjoy local syrup, and wish a “sweet goodbye to winter.”
Join the Ipswich Museum on Sundays for a day of family oriented activities and events. Each Special Sunday includes a guest photographer, guest senior, storytelling, treasure hunt and more. First floor rooms open for viewing. First Sunday of month free to Ipswich residents. FREE to members and children!
During this 3 day Winter vacation camp, kids (ages 7–11) will explore the farm in winter. From tracking to snow games to meeting the cows in their winter home, they will experience life on a farm in winter.
Discover things that go "who, who, whooooo" under the light of the moon. As we prepare to go out calling for great horned owls, we'll read aloud Jane Yolen's book Owl Moon , an award winning book about a father and daughter's journey in the winter night on a search for the great horned owl. Together, we'll learn about owls' special features, from silent flight to feathered feet, with a live owl presentation and Q&A with a specialist from The Center for Wildlife in York, Maine.
Join the Trustees for an afternoon of holiday music in the splendor of the Great House ballroom. North Shore's premier choral group Cantemus Chamber Chorus will present a program of classical holiday music and finish with a fun sing-along of your favorite song. Refreshments served.
Sunday, January 28
Monday, January 29
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