Come to the Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary to join in the reading of a children's nature story followed by an exploration in the woods, fields and wetlands of the sanctuary.
Straight from the pages of the beloved children’s book, costumed character Corduroy will be visiting the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire as part of the Books Alive program, ready to greet young fans and help promote the love of reading.
Meet children's author April Jones Prince as she reads from her book, [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.
Have you ever wished you could touch a whale? From the inside? Internationally renowned Whale Specialist and Educator, Cynde McInnis, introduces us to her 43 foot inflatable Humpback Whale Nile, and teaches us all about the beloved marine mammal. Enrollment is limited! Please register with the library!
The super talented and uber funny E.S. Redmond will be visiting The Newbury Town Library to read from her newest book, "The Unruly Queen." Ms. Redmond will also lead us in a craft and be available to sign copies of her books, which will be on sale at the library, courtesy of Jabberwocky Books. The event is FREE! Please call to register!
Smolak Farms invites children to an American Gril Tea Party under the farm's event tent! Kids can bring their favorite doll, along with parents grandparents or friends! Party goers can look forward to treats, games and craft activities to fill the afternoon with fun.
What is it like to live in the woods for years? Well, from 1884 to 1917, Mason A. Walton did just that - at Ravenswood. Join us as we closely observe wildlife signs and determine animal behavior - just like he did. We will walk his footsteps to the site of his cabin and share tales from his book . Following the program, join us for a hot dog cookout!
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.