Do you have a little one who loves to boogie?! The Newburyport Youth Council, a youth run leadership group that is part of Youth Services, is happy announce that we will be hosting a family dance! The Family Spring Swing is for families with children under 10 years old.
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The Greater Newburyport Children’s Chorus will be taking over the Firehouse Stage for one spectacular night featuring showtunes from well-loved and new Broadway shows! The evening will feature ensemble performances by our 2 choirs, the GNCC and the GNCC Juniors, along with some featured soloists, duets and small ensembles. Some of the songs scheduled for the evening include a rousing rendition of “Consider Yourself” from Oliver! and a poignant version of “Waving through a Window” from the Grammy winning new musical Dear Evan Hansen.
Mike the Bubble Man brings magic and science to the stage with this interactive 45-minute indoor show about...BUBBLES! Through music, choreography, and comedy, bubble - in all different shapes and sizes - come alive, sparking the imagination and wonder. Exploring science through bubbles creates an entertaining learning environment that introduces shapes, colors, and chemistry. A love for bubbles is never outgrown - especially when there's a chance to see the world from inside of one!
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a… Peep? Tweens and teens in grades 6-12 show off your engineering skills as we construct catapults with common household items, then test them by launching Peeps! Will yours fly the farthest? Please contact Emely, Teen Services Librarian, with questions.
This parent/child program is designed for the creative, curious, and active preschooler who loves animals. Each 90-minute session offers a structured series of activities including original songs, movement, dramatic play, hands-on science, and a thematic snack. We are going to learn about the journey our backyard birds have made from the south to the north, what they will do now that they are here and we’ll get to learn all about bird nests and explain why we are hearing so many birds in the morning now! We’ll make a bird nest snack and a great take-home craft to welcome in spring! Bring your rain boots so we can venture out into the riverside yard and see/listen for our returning birds!
Joppa Flats Education Center host a great session about animal skull and teeth! Teeth can tell you all about an animal's diet, feeding behavior, and strategy for survival. Skulls can tell you if an animal was a canine or feline. We'll examine skulls and teeth and try to imagine the animals that owned them. Finally, we'll create "mystery-ivores" with their own activities and diets.
During this fun, hands-on program we will learn all about whales. We will use different tools to help us understand how big adult whales get. Each participant will choose their own special whale. After coloring-in their whale, they will place it on the particular ocean it calls home. There will be a fun activity for each child to make and take home. “Friends of Whales” certificates will be given out at the end of the program. This program is appropriate for home-schooled and other children in grades K-3. Parent or adult chaperone must stay with their child during the program. Children and accompanying adults will find themselves joining in the fun activities.
Why do we have seasons? Why is it hotter in summer and colder in winter? What is wind? How is it measured? How do clouds form? Where do snowflakes come from and why do they fall to Earth? Join us for fun, interactive learning activities to answer these questions about wind, weather, and snow. Learn how to make your own weather vane. Be a snowflake engineer (with the help of toothpicks and marshmallows) and take your tasty construction home!
Celebrate the irrational and infinite number of pi and Einstein’s birthday with a special Pi(e) party. Bring your friends. For kids in Grades 6-12. Please contact Emely, Teen Services Librarian, with questions.
These 90-minute sessions are for both you and your active preschooler! Each week, our structured activities will include original songs, movement, dramatic play, hand-on science, and a thematic snack. We'll give you coloring pages to take home and lots of fun materials via an electronic goody bag after each class. This session will focus on the looking for signs of Spring!