This fabulous, contemporary Colonial with open and bright floor plan. New gourmet kitchen with high end stainless steel appliances including 6 burner Wolf range, warming drawer, pot rack, and wine cooler, spacious granite island with large eat in area, plenty of storage and shelving.
In this LEGO half-day program, LEGO builders come together to design and build their own motorized remote-controlled robots, using Lego® Mindstorms. In teams of two, they incorporate physics, mechanical engineering, and programming concepts while building the fastest, strongest, smallest, and largest robots to compete in a variety of challenges. Instructor Jo-Ann Gorrell, a mother of five sons, is a mechanical engineer, founder of Engineering Action, and a Lego-maniac.
This splendid Colonial, on 10 level acres in a small, private neighborhood of Wenham, offers state-of-the-art modern living in a magnificent country setting. With a sparkling in-ground pool, lush landscaped gardens, surrounded by rolling lawns and forest, the property enjoys an extremely private location, creating a luxurious playground to be enjoyed by family and guests alike.
Memorial Day in Wenham, Massachusetts is as foillows:
- 11:45am: Decoration Ceremony at the Alan B. Cheeseman Memorial hosted by the American Legion.
- 1:00pm: There will be a 'Salute to Colors' ceremony at the American Legion Headquarters followed by a parade downtown. The parade begins on School Street and follows to Perkins, Bruce, Arbor and Main streets. The parade will stop at the Civil War Monument, then proceed to the cemetery for another ceremony and dedication. Light refreshments will follow.
Every year families across New England reserve time with beloved silhouette artist Carol Lebeaux who chronicles their children's growth by cutting out profile portraits while they pose. Wenham Museum is hosting a rare opportunity to have a hand-cut heirloom portrait created by silhouette artist Carol Lebeaux from a sitting or photograph.
The Gordon Athletics coaching staff and current student athletes invite players of all levels to join them on their field for a free baseball clinic for players ages 6+.
Please register online and print the emergency form to complete by hand and turn in at the clinic. Walk-ups are welcome. Bring baseball pants, bat, glove, and hat.
Open to children in grades 1 – 8 from all communities on the North Shore, we nurture student musicianship, build confidence, and encourage artistic expression through developmentally appropriate vocal instruction.
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The Children's Choir provides and ensemble experience that allows students to develop musically as individuals, while contributing to the joy and artistry of singing together with their peers. We believe that students of varying ages can learn from each other by leading and working together to create something beyond the individual.
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Learn to craft a palm-sized felted animal to take home, along with some tools and instructions so can continue to craft with confidence. Art instructor Margaurita Spear will teach you how to work with un-spun wool roving and a few other easy to find materials. Ages 8+
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Be dazzled by a colorful chalk drawing created by the award-winning screever (a pavement chalk artist), Kerry St. Pierre. You may want to jump right in alongside Mary Poppins! Have a supercalifragilisticexpialidoc
At Wenham Museum, discover the magical world of Mary Poppins as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of this classic Disney family film. Based on the books by P. L. Travers, Disney’s musical film Mary Poppins revolves around the Banks family and their nanny, who blows into London “on the East Wind” in 1910 and takes the family on a series of adventures while teaching them lessons about life and love along the way. Explore a whimsical 1910 nursery, climb on Admiral Boom’s house-ship, make your own chalk drawings like Mary’s friend Bert does, and see how much fun it can be to do chores and tidy up the nursery if you just add “a spoonful of sugar.”