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!
'Weekend in Summer' will have it's world premiere in Ipswich, Massachusetts! The film tells the story of three young men and their weekend adventure in the Summer that follows their graduation from high school. Written and directed by Brendan Fay, an Ipswich native, the film is a true product of the Ipswich community.
Get ready to rock with Jack Black and his gang of students from the School of Rock! Laugh, sing, dance and get your rock on at the ocean's edge at Lynch Park. Bring a blanket, a picnic dinner and enjoy the beauty of a Summer night under the stars! The Snack Bar will be open for the movie.
Finding NEMO is a wonderful story full of lesson for kids, and parents! Experience a great adventure as you watch this Disney/Pixar masterpiece at the ocean's edge in Lynch Park. Bring a blanket, a picnic dinner and enjoy the beauty of a Summer night under the stars! The Snack Bar will be open for the movie.
The Shalin Liu Center will be showing a movie produced by Rockport High School graduate David Wittkower focused on the brave men and women of the US Coast Guard. 'Guardians of the Gates' takes a hard look at the elite Coast Guard Search & Rescue crews that conduct over 600 rescues a year.
Bees are in trouble and humans can help. Within the past few years, a syndrome has been destroying bee colonies world-wide in a cycle referred to as Colony Collapse Disorder. In 'Queen of the Sun', director Taggart Siegel explores the world of bees and looks for answers to the sudden crisis that is threatening bee populations around the planet. Come to this screening at the Waldorf School at Moraine Farm on the The Trustees of Reservations Moraine Farm to learn more about the bees' plight and Moraine Farm's plan to make a difference for the bees.
In the third annual Free Film Fridays, visitors can experience the giant dome magic -- for free -- every Friday throughout the month: March 2 -30. Swim alongside some of the Earth's most graceful creatures in Dolphins, go on a heart-pounding science adventure exploring the evolution of tornadoes in Tornado Alley, or journey with more than 1.5 million animals over 500 miles across the Serengeti plains in Africa: The Serengeti.
The Newburyport Public Library invites teens in grades 6 through 12 to join us for “The Hunger Games” Movie Release Party in the Program Room. We will have Hunger Games and Catching Fire trivia, a survival skills challenge, and a dress-your-tribute-in-duct-tape-fashion challenge. A cornucopia of snacks will be provided.
Lunchboxes, skirts, hats, tablecloths... just some of the things that can be made from duct tape! Learn how to make a duct tape wallet and then experiment making practical everyday items out of duct tape. Grades 3 - 6. Sign up in person or by phone.
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