Girls Incorporated of the Seacoast Area and the Newburyport Public Library invite girls aged 11 through 13 to come to the "Money Talks" workshop in the Library's Program Room. Money Talks! is a wonderful, fun hands-on workshop for girls and their mother/father/guardian/or significant adult in their life. The purpose of Money Talks! is to increase communication and skills related to money. Some activities involve girls and adults together while others separate the two groups. This is a very empowering workshop! The mission of Girls Incorporated is to inspire all girls to be strong, smart and bold.
Everybody has a question. What's yours? That's the best place to start for an entry into the Google Science Fair - the worlds largest online science competition! Using the Scientific Method, kids 13-18 are encouraged to share their vision and and their discoveries with the world through an entry into the 2012 Fair.
Pull your face out of the screen and reconnect with your family with fun low tech board games that DON'T require batteries at Wenham Museum! Spin the dial or roll the dice, get together for a family fun night! Take time out from your busy schedule and spend some quality time with your family in an evening of tech-free games.
Heidi Dallin's Youth Acting Workshops at the Gloucester Stage Company are a fantastic introduction to theatre basics, and a great way for kids to further their performing arts. Ms. Dallin's workshops are designed to provide young people who possess a variety of abilities and levels of interest an outlet to develop self-confidence, communication and teamwork skills.
In this course, you will learn how to properly identify and care for breathing, choking, and cardiac emergencies with infants and children through the age of eight. Infant and child CPR is indispensable for parents, babysitters, teachers, program staff, and anyone else who is in frequent contact with infants and small children. Participants will become certified in Pediatric CPR through the National Safety Council for two years.
Do you know what to do if you are presented with a person who is injured, in shock, bleeding or burned. Any of these issues could arise at a moments notice especially if you are caring for children! The Manchester Parks and Recreation department is hosting a First Aid Training course for people who want to know the basics of First Aid. What you learn in this course could make the critical difference in an emergency
Explore the winter woods with seasoned snowshoers and outdoorsmen. Discover Camp Denison Recreation Area's dynamic landscape under a quiet blanket of snow. We plan to snow shoe (or hike!) for roughly an hour along the trails.
Meet the mouse from If You Give a Mouse a Cookie as part of the Books Alive! literacy initiative, generously sponsored by Irving Oil. Museum staff will read the mouse's story aloud and kids can enjoy hands-on crafts, games and reading activities. The costumed mouse character will make frequent appearances for hugs and high-fives. Regular admission applies; free for museum members.
Thursday, August 27
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