Join the Peabody Historical Society & Museum Smith Barn & Peabody Historical Commission for a Trails & Sails 2017 exploration of the history of change in a downtown setting, namely Peabody Square. Our reference point will be a letter written in 1902 commenting on places, buildings and people from an earlier Peabody.
Come celebrate the City of Peabody’s first annual downtown bazaar! Sponsored by the Peabody Institute Library and the new Peabody Downtown Association, this bazarr will celebrate communtiy and the new improvements in the downtown on Main Stree and Peabody Square.
Join 105.7 WROR and Mayor Edward A. Bettencourt, Jr. for a FREE Neighborhood Night at the Movies! Grab a chair and a blanket and come watch ParaNorman with us under the stars! Entertainment will start at 6:30pm and includes face painting, music, games and prizes!
Meet children's author April Jones Prince as she reads from her book, What Do Wheels Do All Day? [Illustrated by Giles LaRoche]. Free and open to the public, this program is designed for toddlers through age six and their caregivers. Enjoy an art project and other interactive activities relating to the book, followed by a book signing and snack. For more information and to RSVP online, visit the website or call.
The Children’s Program will visit the Peabody Institute Library to present a ballet story on April 12 at 10:00am. This year’s ballet is a child-friendly version of Don Quixote. After the story has been read, children in attendance will able to view Boston Ballet costumes, pointe shoes, and tiaras. The event will end with a dance lesson from Boston Ballet School staff to music excerpts from the Don Quixote score. This is a free event that is open to the public.