Amesbury Days hosts a night of fun for kids of all ages! Games, animals, giveaways, juggling, magic & more! The Ultimate Mobile Gaming video game trailer is always a hit and will be back this year! There will be additional food and drinks to purchase as well as face painting and balloon twisting for a fee and more!
EVERYTHING IS AWESOME! Calling all LEGO fans - we're excited to welcome the LEGO Train back to the Wenham Museum for a special fall-time visit! Come see a rainbow colored, L-gauge model train speeding along a brick track as it races by soaring skyscrapers, country cottages, mountainside ski slopes and much more. All features are designed with the highest degree of precision (and a sense of humor!) by the New England LEGO Users Group (NELUG). Some Halloween-themed surprises will be included in this fantastical LEGO display!
Join Amesbury Recreation at Kids Day In The Park featuring music from the Toe Jam Puppet Band, take a picture with the Boston Red Sox World Series Trophy (10am-12pm), train rides, games, teddy bear parade, face painting, bouncy house, food vendors and more! Music sponsored by the Massachusetts & Amesbury Cultural Council.
Immaculate Conception School has adopted the [amazon 0544580141 inline] storyline and brought it Newburyport! Join Santa and a cast of characters on a holiday train ride that your kids will love! Now in its 13th year, this annual journey into the magical world of the holidays creates family memories that will be remembered for a lifetime!
Enjoy a room-size classic H-O model train layout created by members of the National Model Railroad Association Hub Division. Get tips on how to build your own model train layout and learn how to make scenery in demonstrations by model train engineers.
Have a “rail” fun time watching trains traversing bridges, disappearing into tunnels, and stopping to pick up tiny passengers along the way as we celebrate the art of miniature railroading. Train fans will delight in two room-size model train layouts with engines racing around a 400+ square foot O-Gauge track reminiscent of holiday department store displays and a 1920s Standard Gauge layout.
Wednesday, October 5
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