Thursdays, January 22, 29 & February 5
Free with Museum admission
Led by staffers from HarborOne Bank, this series introduces 3-4 year olds to the concept of money through stories and play. Children will learn about the importance of making, spending and saving money.
Sponsored by HarborOne Bank
Friday, January 30
Free with Museum admission
Get a jump on Phil and prepare for Groundhog Day a little early. Make your own Punxsutawney Phil puppet and see if it sees its shadow!
Sponsored by PEP Family Autism Night
Friday, February 6, 5:30-8pm
The Museum will be open exclusively to families with children 10 and under
on the Autism Spectrum giving them an opportunity to explore the Museum’s hands-on exhibits in a less overwhelming atmosphere.
New this session: Meet Bailey the Therapy Dog and his driver Jack from Dog Bones. Also, enjoy a special art activity in the Art Studio.
This program is free but pre-registration is required. Call the Museum at 508-230-3789 to register.
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Snow Sisters' Slumber Party
Tuesday, February 17
4-5:30pm or 6:30-8pm
*Tickets are extremely limited for this special engagement*
Please book early by calling 508-230-3789.
$30 per child ticket
(includes one child and up to two adults)
childhood moments are fleeting, so don’t miss this wonderful
opportunity to keep the magic of Frozen in your child’s life! Pack
your sleeping bag or snuggling blanket and join us for a mock
sleepover. Stroll up the sweeping staircase into the ballroom where you
will join the sisters for an evening of singing, dancing, games and crafts. End the night with snacks and a bedtime story before heading home to slumber.
OAKES AMES MEMORIAL HALL CASTLE
generously sponsored by The Farmer's Daughter
3 BARROWS STREET, NORTH EASTON VILLAGE
Weekly Programs - Free with Museum admission
PEEP Pre-school Science
Tuesdays beginning 1/6 (no class February 17)
Test, investigate and have fun. Working with
Krissy, junior scientists will explore hands-on, exciting and sometimes messy
experiments, reinforcing science-based skills needed for future academic
Wednesdays beginning 1/7 (no class February 18)
Participate in a variety of creative musical activities with Kerry, including singing, rhythm-making, dramatic interpretation, listening and learning about many different forms and styles of music and lots of movement!
Thursdays beginning 1/8 (no class February 19)
Dig into the fundamentals of gardening with Karen Cacciapuoti. Explore plants, nature and green living through hands-on activities, stories and games designed to introduce children and caregivers to the beauty and wonder of the natural world. Inclement weather means the class will be held inside.
Fridays beginning 1/9 (no class February 20)
Build your child’s imagination and strengthen their Science, Technology,
Engineering and Math skills in this guided class. Each week your
child will be presented with a different challenge and encouraged to solve it
creatively using LEGOs™, DUPLOs™ and other building materials.
The Big Picture
Fridays beginning 1/16 (no class February 20)
Sometimes art is more dynamic when lots of people
are involved! Each week your child will work on a piece of a project that will
combine everyone’s efforts to make something really special. This class builds
social skills and stresses the importance of teamwork.