Join watercolorist Brenda Sloane in a monthly program that combines nature and art. We will start with a walk on the sanctuary to observe the topic of the month. We will then return to the Nature Center to create a follow-up work of art.
The Harvard Museum of Natural History invites you to join Harvard students, faculty, and museum educators to learn how scientists collect and study mushrooms, examine an array of fungi specimens from the field and lab, and participate in fun hands-on kids’ activities. Regular admission rates apply.
Teens in grades 7-12: Need something to do after your half day of school? Celebrate your freedom to read and watch whatever you want at Scandalous Cinema, our Banned Books Week Film Screening for Teens. We will be showing a classic movie about a boy wizard with a lightning scar (can you guess which one?!). This event will take place in the Program Room from 12:00-3:30 pm. Pizza will be provided!
Manchester Athletic Club is hosting a youth triathlon for kids ages 5-14 on the North Shore!Kids will run, swim and bike their way to victory and learn about the limits of their physiques! This coed event invites athletes all kinds: beginners, seasoned athletes, para athletes or any child who just wants to be active and have fun!
Join The Trustees of Reservations on a bicycle tour of Cape Ann! This family friendly 30 mile ride around Cape Ann will hug the coastal roads filled with beautiful, scenic vistas! From the rocky shores of Halibut Point Reservation in Rockport, we'll circumnavigate the Cape Ann Island out to Coolidge Reservation in Manchester, then return to Halibut Point.
Witness the rhythms and relics of New England's oldest working farm. Walk along bucolic meadows, planted fields, and grazing cattle before visiting historic buildings, including the newly renovated "Old House," and going behind the scenes in the dairy, which is normally closed to the public.
Newburyport Youth Services has a complet catalog of programs this Fall and Winter that appeals to a huge spectrum of interests! Registration Has begun and people are encouraged to register as soon as possible to save their spots in these wonderful activities geared toward personal development and fun! Programs are open to everyone, non-residents pay a small additional fee.
The Whalemobile is coming to Maritime Gloucester! Join whale naturalist Cynde McInnis for a very special Creature of the Week, featuring a life-sized inflatable humpback whale named Nile. Kids will develop an awareness of and fascination for whales that inspires them to care about the oceans and the wild world around us. Great for PreK - 6 yrs with an adult.
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