President of the Plum Island Surfcasters, Julio Silva, lets you in on all the secrets of catching stripers in the local waters. Get ready for the season and land your biggest fish this year. Great for all ages, bring your kids, grandkids or a favorite niece or nephew.
The Hamilton-Wenham Public Library Art Club is for preschool aged children and older to experience different ways of artistic expression. The sessions are free-form and drop-in. Each date focuses on a different theme:
All 1st and 2nd grade girls on the North Shore are invited!
SCOOP Lacrosse is a developmental lacrosse program for young girls that teaches the fundamentals of lacrosse in a fun, positive environment.
Are snakes actually slimy? Why do snapping turtles snap? What makes a reptile a reptile? Together we will answer these questions and many more while we become acquainted with some incredible animals from the Museum's Live Animal Center. This program has been cooperatively sponsored by the Museum of Science and the Friends of the Hamilton-Wenham Library.
Take a full tour of beautiful Green Meadows Farm with an overview of our certified organic vegetable farming and sustainable animal program. Green Meadows Farm operates a CSA and runs a farm stand open to the public. In the Farmstand, you'll find our own seasonal vegetables plus a variety of natural and organic dry goods, local cheeses, milk, meat and fun gift items for children and adults.
The Hamilton Massachusetts Police Department is actively investigating a reported attempted abduction that occurred in the Town of Hamilton on the afternoon of May 7, 2012. The victim reported that a white van with possible blue markings on it pulled alongside the victim and motioned for the victim to come over. The victim ran into the woods and then returned home and reported the incident . The attached composite sketch was created by a police officer from information provided by the victim describing the operator of the van.
The TriROK Foundation is hosting a ROK-A-5K Run/Walk and Kids Fun Run on Saturday May 19th from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at Patton Park in Hamilton, MA. This event will feature the ROK-A-5K, which is open to all runners and walkers and the Kids Fun Run. This event is open to the public. For more information or to register for the ROK-A-5K Run/Walk & Kids Run please go to www.trirok.org.
Attend Spring Farm School at You do not have access to view this node and see the new chickens laying, the baby lambs romping, the winter pigs rooting and the seedlings sprouting in the greenhouses we just finished recovering. April vacation is the perfect time to really see a burst of spring. Walk around the farm, listen to the birds, look for bugs and maybe even gather a few fresh eggs. The farm stand will be open also in case you need milk, honey, meat... or whatever wonderful food you have been missing.
This program is free and all ages welcome. Please contact GMF to sign up.
Students will work with the sewing machine to complete some super fun projects. Bring in your old pair of jeans to recycle and create a bag, storage baskets and more!. Previous hand sewing experience recommended. No sewing machine needed but if you own one, please bring it in. You can leave it for the entirety of the session.
Space is limited. Call today to register.
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