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Congratulations: you are pregnant! Anna Jaques Hospital Birth Center class is for mothers and partners during the last trimester of pregnancy to learn skills needed for the childbirth experience such as breathing methods, relaxation techniques, and comfort measures.
Lappin Foundation and PJ Library invite families to enjoy Musical Shabbat with Marci Yellin.
Click Here to Join the Musical Shabbat on March 27th*
P.S.—Send us pictures to share!
Lappin Foundation and PJ Library invite families to a free story time with Rachel Shwartz.
This will be via Zoom Meetin:
*Zoom Meeting ID: 815 719 185
P.S.—Send us pictures to share! Let your kids be the literary critics.
What did they like about the book? What was their favorite part?
Devereux School in Marblehead is pleased to offer Camp Devereux, a summer program for children ages 3 to 9. Since 1932, our young campers have enjoyed the serenity of our large private playground surrounded by trees offering natural shade.
Camp Devereux runs for 8 weeks from late June through mid August from 9am-4pm Monday through Friday.
Early drop off (8am) and late pick up (5pm) are available daily at $12 per hour.
Both full and partial weekly and daily rates are available , come for days, weeks or the whole summer!
The program will begin with an indoor presentation that will provide you with the information needed to be able to find and observe artificial satellites like the International Space Station and other human-made orbiting objects. Topics to be covered will include the nature of artificial satellite orbits, the best time of year for observing them, and how to identify them in the night sky. Weather permitting, we'll step outside afterwards to seek out artificial satellites and gaze into the night sky through the telescopes of local amateur astronomers. Along with the early springtime constellations, a young crescent moon and the planet Venus will be visible.
Join us at the Warm Weather Seedling Sale to pick up your fruiting veggie seedlings! We'll have a wide range of organically-grown seedlings from our friends at Cedar Rock Gardens available for purchase. These seedlings thrive in the warmer weather and include bell peppers, tomatoes, eggplants and basil.
Spring is coming! Did you know that in many cultures all over the world, spring is celebrated with colored eggs? Join us to celebrate on Saturday, March 14, from 9:30am - 12:30pm. We will needle felt colorful eggs using soft, unspun wool fleece. Elizabeth Stubbs, a Waldorf early childhood teacher and artist will provide gentle, hands-on guidance to attendees. All skill levels welcome. $40 workshop fee includes instruction and materials and everyone will bring home at least 3 beautiful eggs. This workshop will take place at Waldorf School at Moraine Farm. Limited to 12 attendees, register soon! Adults only. We will also enjoy warm drinks and goodies and friendly conversation.
Special Guests Former Curator and Executive Director John Pettibone and Curator and Creative Director Scott Cordiner will host a lecture and demonstration of the History of Medieval Arms and Armor. Pettibone has spent many years studying the ancient art of armor and examples from the castles collection will be on display including: Japanese samurai pole arm (naginata), an armored sleeve and shoulder protection from a Japanese Samurai, and a two handed European sword. He will talk about how one became a knight and the rules of knighthood.