Kids will learn about the plants that can be found in Dogtown, then make a project with found objects! Morning at the Museum is a drop-off program for children ages 6 to 12 that's full of art and history activities. Space is limited; reservations are required.
Kids will learn about the rocks that make Dogtown unique, then make their own rock painting. Morning at the Museum is a drop-off program for children ages 6 to 12 that's full of art and history activities. Space is limited; reservations are required.
Maritime Gloucester students will learn collograph print making with local artist Camilla MacFadyen. You will build collograph printing plates out of seaweed collected on site and print some 30 yards of blue and green silk charmeuse and organza with the patterns of the sea.
The Beverly Rec Department and the Wenham Council on Aging are hosting a kite day at Build a Kite... Enjoy great food... Learn How to Fly a Kite... Watch Professional Kite Flyers... $5 per person or $20 per family. Food and beverages available. To pre-register, contact the Wenham Council on Aging at (978) 468-5529
Origami Master Michael LaFosse will offer two free origami workshops to kick-off summer reading for the Newbury Town Library Youth Services Department. June 14th will take place on Plum Island at PITA Hall and June 15th will take place at the Newbury Town Library. Come learn from a master!
Mud Puddle Toys is giving parents of the North Shore a great opportunity to create a keepsake that is bound to last a lifetime. Come to their Salem location with your children, where they will have professional artisans from the North Shore Clay Studio cast their footprints and hand prints in clay. Names, dates, or any other text can be painted on the casts when they are glazed. These tiles make great gifts for Father's Day or any occasion! Tiles made at this session will be ready for Father's Day!
Slow Art Day is a worldwide celebration of art that encourages people to look at art SLOWLY. At PEM the goal is to get "inspired not tired." We'll give families fun suggestions and sketching activities to make looking at art slowly a great sharing experience.
Saturday, February 8
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