The whole community is invited to Marblehead Recreation Department's Summer Movies at Seaside Park! Bring the entire family and enjoy a night under the stars while watching your favorite movie stars on the big screen. There will also be some really fun treats for the kids, carnival type games, and prizes starting at 6pm! All movies will either by rated G or Rated PG-13.
My Little Lingos Spanish summer program will be held at Marblehead Children's Center the weeks of August 18-22 and August 25-29. The themes Argentina and Cuentos de Hada = Fairy Tales, will immerse the children in the Spanish language, as they explore Spain through stories, dance, food, music and art.
Kids in grades k-8 who have an interest in chess are invited to come to the Salem Public Library to play chess with other enthusiasts of the game! Novice players are welcome and there are no instructors present. This two hour session is designed to provide a friendly environment for kids to test their skills against other opponents! Come to the library and play!
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. Call today to explore the expansive facility including the infant and toddler classrooms, meet the preschool teachers, see the gym and Imagination Blocks, the expansive outdoor play area and learn about the supervised and safe summer programs offered.
Call today to schedule a tour at your convenience - 781-631-1954.
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.
Dream Big! provides girls from low-income situations in Massachusetts with the basic items and fees needed for them to participate in sports and physical activities that contribute to their health, education and overall well-being.
Come join MCC and RSVP today to support this important organization.
In remembrance of Single’s Awareness Day, Abbot Public Library will be making anti-valentines and friendship bracelets, watching a movie, decorating cupcakes, and remembering why being single rocks. You are welcome to come even if you are attached – just to celebrate being you.
No sign-ups necessary.
Abbot Public Library invites you to come as fast as you can to a special dinosaur-themed Tea Party on Friday, February 21, from 10:15 am – 11:00 am.
Children ages 2-5 are invited to bring their favorite dinosaur toy, listen to Dino stories, and have some tasty juice and cookies. It’s sure to be a Pterrific Time!
Registration is required.