Yankee Homecoming is proud to present The UNITED STATES AIR FORCE BAND OF LIBERTY as their closing Water Front Concert for 2011. This Band is a select group of professional musicians that have been entertaining audiences for over twenty years. The members are highly talented musicians who bring to each concert the skill and knowledge gained from years of study and performing experience - a great show! This exceptional performing unit delivers programs chosen to highlight the diversity of America’s musical & cultural heritage.
The HMS Bounty will come to Newburyport on Friday July 13 and stay through the weekend offering public tours! Tours will run Friday 10am-3pm, Saturday and Sunday 10am-5pm. In addition to tours of the Bounty there will be entertainment at waterfront park for everyone visiting the Bounty and Newburyport.
What could be better than a free movie viewed outside at Waterfront Park on a warm summer night? Adding pirates and buried treasure! In conjunction with the visit of the HMS Bounty, will be shown on a forty foot inflatable screen and everyone is invited! The star of the movie is none other than the HMS Bounty.
Where are the Wild Things? At Newburyport Public Library! Listen to the classic story "Where the Wild Things Are" by Maurice Sendak and then enjoy the wild rumpus! We will make a craft and play some games at this exciting party. Ages 3 - 6. Sign up in person or by phone beginning Monday, June 11.
The Newburyport Department of Public Health, Division of Community Nursing will sponsor an informational program on ticks and Lyme disease in the Newburyport Public Library’s Program Room. This event will feature three local specialists: Dr. Joseph Gross, Dr. Ames Ziegra and Dr. Esteban Cuebas-Incle.
This parent/child program is designed for the creative, curious, and active preschooler. Each 90-minute session offers a structured series of activities including original songs, movement, dramatic play, hands-on science, and a thematic snack. When it's time to go home, you'll receive coloring pages, song lyrics, vocabulary, a fun fact sheet, and a suggested reading list via email.
'Let's Go Fishing' is a Free Fun Family Day at the Parker River National Wildlife Refuge! This day log Family Event introduces kids and families to the world of fish and recreational fishing through fun hands-on activities and instruction. There will be a morning and afternoon session, making this a full day outing, so it's recommended that you pack a lunch and be ready to be outside all day!
Late spring is a great time to experience on-the-water ecology, and kayaking is the perfect way to capture every moment. From wading birds to waterfowl, the salt marshes provide the backdrop to sights and sounds that are uniquely available from the water. Kayaking quietly on the calm waters of the Plum Island Sound, we'll visit secluded areas where we can witness wildlife without disturbing their activities. We may even see horseshoe crabs mating!
Newburyport Public Library will host Jim Parks of Wingmasters for his 'World of Owls' presentation! Jim will be teaching children about magnificent owls and how they use their specialized powers of sight, hearing, and flight to survive in the wild. A variety of live owls will be at the show. Entering grades 1 - 6; for the safety of the owls NO younger siblings will allowed at this event.
Newburyport Public Library invites children ages 4 - 6 to drop in with a parent/caregiver for our Kid's Movie Club where we will be showing animated children's stories. Today we will be showing "Make Way for Ducklings" and more Robert McCloskey stories.
Saturday, March 2
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