It's family fun!!!!! The 2018 Sand Castle Sculpture Event is back this year as Mother Nature is cooperating with a suitable tide schedule at Devereux Beach. All are welcome to bring buckets, shovels and creativity to this cherished Festival family event, open to sand sculptors of all ages. Sign up early at the Festival's registration table at Devereux Beach - it's free - then dig in and create the design of your dreams. Judging and an Awards Ceremony will culminate the competition. The Festival extends its thanks to The Neck Run Cafe for providing delicious frozen treats for Sand Sculpture participants.
Fourth of July in Marblehead is an all-day event on the harbor front that begins at 10am with the Horribles Parade, composed of unusual and sometimes opinioned home-made floats, music, and other parading favorites. For the rest of the day, the waterfront is lively with music, food, and family activities. The day ends with the Harbor Illumination and Fireworks.
Marblehead's Memorial Day activities start at an 8am muster, where Veterans leave from the Old Town House on Washington Street march along Pleasant Street to Memorial Park. The main parade begins and participants will march the following route:
Music, joy, and quality family time classes in Marblehead, Salem & Beverly Farms (Monday - Saturday) and Rockport (Starting Winter'18)
Music and movement classes for children from birth to age 5yo and the adults who love them!
Epstein Hillel School and Friends of the Hillel Library invite us to join them as they honor Mark Gelfand, 2018 recipient of the Edith Block Award. Grant Lichtman, author and lecturer is the evening's featured speaker.
Join us at our May 10 Curriculum Showcase and Open Classrooms Event for grades Pre-K through Grade 8.
8:30-9:00 am: We'll meet in the library for a conversation with Tower’s academic leaders, Liz Buchan and Ryan Buckley. They'll discuss Tower's engaging and balanced curriculum and the academic strengths that our students develop as a result.
9:00-10:30 am: Visitors are invited to tour the school with Tower parents, sit in on classes and meet our school administrators.
RSVPs are not required, although they do help us prepare for your visit. To let us know of your plans to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come join the annual Marblehead Carnival sponsored by Junior Class at Devereaux Beach. Each year this carnival serves as a major fundraiser. You'll find rides, games, and great food! Come and enjoy some delicious cotton candy, live games, carnival rides, and food trucks all while supporting the Marblehead High School Senior Class! Please come with friends and family to enjoy this wonderful Marblehead tradition!
Program a robot. Design a zip line vehicle. Vacation STEM Program at Epstein Hillel is a program that invites you to drop off your 2nd - 5th grader at Epstein Hillel for a hands-on STEM activity, lunch, and recess. Pick up at 1:00 when you’ll have the opportunity to see your child present his/her STEM project.
This program, including lunch, is free.
Space is limited!
To learn more, please contact Jennifer Stam Goldberg at email@example.com.
Peter Franklin: "Mindfulness for the Rest of Us: Being Present by Choice"
Tower School invites you to meet Peter Franklin, Tower's Mindfulness Coach. Peter will take the mystery out of mindfulness, discussing how the practice can help students and adults increase performance and happiness, while reducing stress and worry.
Peter Franklin, M.Ed., J.D., is the founder of The Mindful Educator. He is a compelling keynote speaker and consultant who brings mindfulness training to educational leaders, teachers and students. Find more information visit mindfuleducator.net