Calling all boys and girls in 2nd, 3rd, or 4th grade who love to write! This is your chance to get creative and improve your writing skills with fun activities, including Mad Libs, funny writing prompts, group stories, writing games, and more. This class will be taught by two honors students at Marblehead High School. It will take place on Wednesdays in January, beginning on the 9th, from 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm.
College essays stalling? Don’t panic! Sign up for the Writing Rescue’s College Essay Help Sessions where you can find your voice, promote yourself, and avoid common mistakes. Bring your Chromebook or laptop, at least an initial draft of an essay (or beyond), and prompts from individual colleges. Barbara Rose of Writing Rescue is an Ivy grad and writing professional.
The Chronic Disease Self-Management Program (My Life, My Health) is for anyone living with an on-going medical condition like: high blood pressure, arthritis, heart disease, asthma, chronic back pain, parkinson's, chronic fatigue, fibomyalgia and more. Family members, friends and caregivers can also participate.
Start your weekend with others who are intereted in science and wildlife and get in touch with your "inner scientist!" Twice a month we'll offer a chance to meet live creatures, design something "green," or explore a new field in science.
"I argue with my kids all the time about the appropriate amount of time to be on Fortnite; how do I strike an appropriate balance?” Sound familiar? If you're an adult who is raising or working with children, come to Tower School for this free event open to the community.
There is nothing quite like bread fresh from the oven. Join chef Elizabeth Walkowicz to learn how to make your own exquisite bread from scratch. Using both our outdoor earth oven and traditional methods, you will learn to make flat bread and a rustic olive loaf. We will pair with an Appleton Farms salad and cheese for a perfect summer lunch on the patio. This hands-on workshop includes instruction by a professional chef, printed recipe booklet and a tasting. BYOB beer and wine is allowed.
Join us at Taste Buds Kitchen in Beverly for a hand-made pasta workshop. Calling all pasta lovers! Do you know how to make fresh pasta by hand? Join us as we learn all the tips & tricks to turn you into a regular pasta aficionado. This class is designed for kids and parents to cook together! For Ages 9 and up.
As part of Art Week week we are hosting a special wool felting class for kids! Warmer spring weather means its sheep shearing time on the farm. But what to do with all that wool? As part of ArtWeek, learn about the time honored tradition of wool felting. We’ll start by learning how to wash and “card” the raw wool into soft fiber for spinning or felting. Afterwards, we’ll try our hand at making felt balls to be used for farm-fun necklaces. Wool, wood beads and decorative string will be provided, but feel free to bring anything special of your own to add to your necklace. We’ll end by visiting and feeding our three lovely merino sheep.
Every Monday, stop by the Teen Room for Maker Mondays! Each week we’ll have a new challenge to complete or material to try. This program is for teens in grades 7-12. Meets in the teen room.
Maritime Gloucester and Cape Ann Museum is collaborate for a fun Trails & Sails 2019 event! Following a mid-day sea serpent sculpture parade from the Cape Ann Museum to Maritime Gloucester, families will create mash-up “sea monsters” with inspiration from the creatures in the newly renovated Sea Pocket Aquarium. This event is free and open to the public.