The Manchester Public Library is hosting a monthly Wednesday Book Group with - Oliver Butterworth especially for grades K-2nd! Library staff will read aloud from some of the best Children’s Classics and kids can go home with a library copy to share and read with their family.
Join Sandra Stolle, former teacher and Chess instructor, to learn how to play the game, learn new moves, and sharpen your skills. The January Chess Club is recommended for grades 2-6th, others with enthusiasm welcome. No prior experience necessary, and players of all skill levels are welcome - both new players and experienced players are sure to enjoy a fun yet challenging session.
The series will run for three Mondays and is free, but space is limited to first 12 children to register.
Get outside and walk your way to feeling better! Coolidge Reservation's Ocean Lawn offers an extraordinary opportunity to get you started. This fairly flat, grassy terrain stimulates all your senses, offers fascinating views, and will ease you into walking your way to health.
Yetti Frenkel, of the fame is returning to the Manchester Public Library with a new writing series of workshops for ages 10-16.
You and your child are invited to a Special Performance by the Tanglewood Marionettes.
Highlighting this selection of French symphonic miniatures is harpist Ina Zdorovetchi. She will be featured in Debussy's gorgeous Danse Sacrée e Profane and Ravel's sparkling Introduction and Allegro.
Thrill to music from Austria, Spain and Japan. Beethoven’s Fifth is possibly the world’s most well known symphony with its powerful four note opening. Rodrigo’s immediately recognizable and popular Concierto de Aranjuez put Rodrigo on the map as one of the world’s great 20th Century composers. It also helped make the classical guitar the respectable solo instrument it has become.
Koto’s Stormy and Calm Seas a new piece commissioned by the Cape Ann Symphony is a musical depiction of the ocean during a storm and the calm that comes afterwards.
Join Sawyer Free Library, the Boston Bruins and Cradles to Crayons in their goal to collect new pajamas for kids in need! The Boston Bruinshost their 12th Annual PJ Drive from February 1 - March 15. The drive will benefit Cradles for Crayons and DCF Wonderfund, two non-profits that ensure positive living conditions for children.
Don’t be bored, grab a board! Families with kids of all ages are invited to drop in all day to play board and card games supplied by Beverly’s board game café The Castle. Plus, fill out a Star Wars trivia sheet and be entered into a raffle to win one of five Star Wars prizes!
Musical Story Time for 3 to 5 year olds, offered by Brookwood School librarian Shelia Geraty and music teacher Alex Edwards, will be held from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. on January 8,15, 22, and 29.
RSVP to Kate Fuge at 978-526-4500.