Sawyer Free Library invites kids to a great program that digs into their creativity! There will be lots fo great craft activities for kids to express themselves including: make your poster for the Topsfield Fair, gorw a grass head, make a dinosaur skeleton, create a jeweled turtle and more! All Ages are welcome!
Celebrate local author, illustrator and artist Virginia Lee Burton with story time, playing and art making at Sawyer Free Library. Listen to the story of [amazon 978-0395169612 inline], create your own art and then climb aboard and explore a cool construction vehicle! This is a great hands-on learning experience for children ages 2 and up!
Learn about the Folly Cove Designers' process, then get to work in the Children's Activity Center. Explore the Folly Cove Designs, create prints using stamps, foam shapes and styrofoam. Also, examine a linoleum block and tools similar to those used by the original Designers. This drop-in program is free for members and Cape Ann residents or with Museum admission. For more information call 978-283-0455 x16.
Celebrate local author, illustrator and artist Virginia Lee Burton with story time, playing and art making in the Children's Activity Center. Burton authored and illustrated some of the most memorable books ever written for children, and won the 1942 Caldecott Medal for [amazon 0395181569 inline].
Enjoy the spirit of the season and take home the fragrance of the forest. We will read [amazon:978-0060281892:inline] by Margaret Wise Brown. Then we will visit the forest to identify a variety of evergreens by their shape, needles, cones, and fragrance.
Young visitors are invited to join CAM staff and special guests for story time in the gallery. Offered in conjunction with the special exhibitions The Little House: Her Story and Once Upon a Contest: Selections from Cape Ann Reads. Free and open to the public. Please remember, the Museum closes at 5:00 p.m.
Enjoy stories, songs, rhymes and more with Miss Diane! Join us at this story time for kids 24-36 months old and their caregivers. Siblings welcome! All story times are drop-in; however, please pick up a ticket at the desk prior to attending this program to help us prevent overcrowding.
Salem residents & property owners (with ID or tax bill) can recycle e-waste on the last Saturday of the quarter at Salem High School, 77 Willson St. Please stay in your vehicle the whole time and have your items ready to unload in your trunk, truck bed or hatchback – items will not be unloaded from car seats. Please wear a face covering and have your cash or check ready.
SalemRecycles' Free Book Swap is back! Join us on Saturday, May 7 from 10AM - 1PM, at Salem's Community Life Center, 401 Bridge Street. Swapping isn't necessary -- feel free to drop off, take away, or both.
PLEASE BRING: Books, CDs & DVDs, Video Games, Records, Reusable Bags, and Greeting Cards. All items must be clean, dry and mildew free. Media items should be in original cases. (Sorry, no VHS tapes or cassette tapes.)
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Don’t throw away your broken item – bring it to the Repair Café! SalemRecycles' 11th Repair Café is on Saturday, March 12 from 9:00am - noon, at the Community Life Center at 401 Bridge St. Appointments are required at this free event, which is for Salem residents only, please.
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