Surround yourself in a world of pink this October and join the Good Witch of Salem for a Magical Children’s Tea Party at the Historic Hawthorne Hotel in Downtown Salem. Located in the Grand Ballroom, all attending will be captivated by the elegance and charm upon arrival. The Magical Tea Party will begin with photo opportunities offering a glimpse into the Good Witch’s home followed by Tea Party coloring and crafts.
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Kids Con New England is the first and only comic book convention just for kids in New England! Kids Con New England® is New England’s first and largest kids-focused comic con & children’s book event! Inspiring art education, literacy and creativity through family-friendly comics, children’s books, art, creative workshops, gaming, and fun activities! Meet amazing family-friendly comic book creators, children’s book authors, artists, learn the comic arts, jedi training, superhero training, gaming tournaments, pirate camp, robotic demos, princess sing-along and storytime, kids sketch-off, puppet show, family costume contest and more!
This is a great opportunity for dads (uncles, grandfathers, cousins or other father figures) to spend time with their kids! Come to the Sawyer Free Library with the kids for a storytime filled with songs, stories,snacks and fun! Great for kids aged 2-6 (siblings are welcome). Moms and siblings welcome to attend.
Sawyer Free Library hosts local children’s author Karin Gertsch who will be reading her new children’s book, Flora Has an Adventure, a story about a hen who goes on a visit to a library, at the Sawyer Free children’s library on March 14th at 10:00am.
The author will be bringing one of her famous hens for children to meet after the story. Refreshments will be served.
The event is free and open to the public. Best for children ages 4-8. For more information please visit: sawyerfreelibrary.org.
Katherine Lewis, researcher and author of The Good News about Bad Behavior, will speak in Tower's Phillips Library. Ms. Lewis presents a comprehensive portrait of bad behavior—and highlights game-changing strategies. Lewis, a certified parent educator, walks parents through 4 empowering approaches, all of which share three key components, to help parents navigate tricky behavioral situations and work toward better solutions. Her outline of an Apprenticeship Model of parenting gives kids responsibility within increasing limits.
Elizabeth-Jade is a fun, inquisitive girl with elephant sized dreams. She will be discussing and signing her 1st book "The Elephant Dentist", which she authored at age 10. E.J. the elephant is more than your average elephant living in Safariville. With more than her family business on her mind, she seeks out a profession that is different than what is expected from her. Join us Saturday, June 1st at noon & meet Elizabeth-Jade!
Join the effort to protect our endangered right whale. Hear local children’s author Angela Kakabeeke share her new book, Whale Alert!, about the critically endangered North Atlantic right whale. Angela is excited to work with Women Working for Oceans (W2O) and the New England Aquarium in sharing this story. In addition to the reading, there will be educational hands-on activities for children and adults, including whale science kits that reveal the unique characteristics of the right whale and the hazards that they encounter in our blue backyard.
Eric Jay Dolin is the author of many non-fiction books. He will be presenting his latest book, Black flags Blue Water, the Epic History of America's Most Notorious Pirates! And who doesn't love pirates!
Rachel Simmons, author and educator, presents 'How Self-Compassion Makes You Braver, Happier & More Successful' at Tower School. Research shows that self-criticism heightens anxiety and lowers motivation, yet most people believe it’s the key to success. In this workshop, learn a researched, three-step practice to deal with setbacks, manage difficult feelings, and quiet the voice of a destructive inner critic.
TOHP Burnham Public Library invites kids 3 and older to a special event with Essex resident and author Diane Polley as she reads her Cape Ann Reads award winning picture book “Let’s Go! Animal Tracks in the Snow!” Join us for a reading of the book, crafts, special activities and hot cocoa. Ages 3 and older, please RSVP to email@example.com or call 978-768-7410.
Saturday, September 18
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