Modern dance is one of the most innovative dance forms around. From Martha Graham, Doris Humphrey, and Charles Weidman, to Merce Cunningham, Paul Taylor, Twyla Tharp, Mark Morris, modern dance has pushed dance as an art form to its edges and beyond. Modern dance is for the curious and strong-minded dancer who wants to perform or choreograph something different. Modern dance is for the artist who wants to innovate.
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Bring the whole family to a multi-generational mini-golf tournament! Dads and moms, aunts and uncles, grandparents and kids are invited to participate in this fun-filled day. Proceeds benefit the Wenham Museum's educational exhibits and programs, serving families and children on Boston's North Shore since 1922.
Kids ages 5-17 are invited to come try out their circus skills at a FREE introductory class! Kids classes are designed to be fun and give kids a chance to try a bunch of different circus arts in one class, with a mix of balance equipment (stilts, tight wire), and manipulation (juggling, hula hoops, circus acrobatics, clowning skills, Aerial Silks & Trapeze. You must call to reserve a spot!
Kids 7-12 can practice like the Pro’s to get ready for the season during this week long clinic held over February vacation! Our professional instructors will work with you on building proper mechanics in the areas of hitting, fielding, throwing and more to make sure you’re game-ready for opening day!
Extra Innings Indoor Training Center will welcome two of the best softball players in the world, US Olympian Jessica Mendoza and Ashley Charters from Team USA. The clinic features Mendoza and Charters working hands-on with young softball players over two three-hour clinics.
Middleton's Memorial Day Parade begins at Memorial Hall and marches to Middleton Flint Library and Veterans’ Monuments for a brief prayer, laying of wreaths, a salute and “Taps.” The parade resumes down Maple Street to the Oakdale Cemetery for a ceremony at the Veterans’ Monument with active participation by local students including music by the Howe-Manning band. How Manning students will also read General Logan's Orders and recite the poem 'DecorationDay' . American Legion Post 227 will render honors and “Taps".