The Annual Marblehead Museum Pumpkin Illumination in collaboration with the Marblehead Family Fund will take place in the Jeremiah Lee Mansion Gardens. All carved, painted and decorated pumpkins welcome. Judging by town “celebrity” judges for categories with prizes. All the town goblins and ghouls will want to stop by to take a peek at these wild creations during the town-wide Trick or Treat. Musical entertainment provided by Rick Goldin.
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The annual Pumpkin Decorating Workshop is back. Bring your child to create their own pumpkin goblin or ghoul. This popular program sells out every year. This workshop is held upstairs at the Museum Galleries 170 Washington Street with the backdrop of the J.O.J. Frost Folk Art Gallery. Hosted by the Marblehead Family Fund and the The Marblehead Museum & Historical Society
The Abbot Public Library invites young children to come in costume to our library party with an indoor parade. There will be Halloween story time, a special Halloween craft, snacks, a treat bag, and a walk around the library building to show costumes and collect treats. The younger winners of the Guess How Much the Pumpkin Weighs will also be announced. Come enjoy our indoor Halloween party!
Come meet WORD GIRL at Cohen Hillel Academy! Meet your favorite crime-fighting superhero who defends truth and justice… one word at a time!
Pose for a picture with Word Girl and screen a brand new episode!
Word Girl fans, ages 3 – 6 are welcome.
RSVP’s appreciated to email@example.com or 781-639-2880.
Marblehead Children's Center is a preschool that serves children ages 9 months to school age. MCC offers flexible scheduling and a teacher qualified and professional staff. MCC is open all school vacation weeks and offers fun-filled summer programs.
Did you know the famous painting The Spirit of '76 painting resides at Abbot Hall in Marblehead? Take this tour of Abbot Hall as part of Trails & Sails 2017 and explore Marblehead's history in the early American Revolution. WPA Murals showing highlights of the town's history from the 1600s to modern times are a priceless social and artistic heritage from the 1930s national W.P.A. (Works Progress / Projects Administration) program for artists and workers' relief. A wide array of the town’s collections are always on display when Abbot Hall is open. Images & info on the newly redesigned website MarbleheadHistory.org
For four days in August, Thursday, August 8th to Sunday, August 11, Marblehead will celebrate it's Maritime Heritage with the Marblehead Maritime Festival! Fun exhibits and events are planned for the weekend including a classic yacht regatta, Maritime exhibits, vendors, boat builders, artists food, music, live entertainment, harbor tours and lots of great family friendly activities on and around the water!
Marblehead Children's Center has a summer of fun planned for children ages 9 months to school age. This exceptional preschool offers flexible scheduling, highly engaged and qualified teachers and professional staff.
NAEYC accredited program/High Quality curriculum. Marblehead Children's Center has recently received reaccreditation from NAEYC. The National Association of Education for the Young Child is an agency which does a comprehensive study of Early Childhood programs across the nation. In order to be accredited by NAEYC the center must maintain certain criteria and meet the standards of this agency.
The Pan-Mass Challenge Marblehead Kids Ride will be one of 35 PMC Kids Rides held in neighborhoods throughout New England and beyond. Through the PMC Kids Rides program, nearly 6,000 cyclists between the ages of two and 15 will ride between one and 26 miles in mini-bike-a-thons to raise money for cancer research.
The Abbot Public Library invites preschoolers to their National Chocolate Ice Cream Day celebration! Join us for a quick bout of summer, snack-time stories & then enjoy a cold, tasty treat. We bet you can guess what it is! (No craft today)