When visitors used to come to Old Sturbridge Village back in the 1940s, they toured the museum in their automobiles. In order to reminisce those days, OSV will display more than 50 pre-1946 automobiles on the Village common on June 7. The day will conclude with a grand procession of the autos at 3:30pm. Free with admission. >>
Join deCordova and Stil Studio for our annual Yoga in the Park summer series! Bring your mat, a water bottle, and comfy clothes. Don't forget to pack a lunch to enjoy in the Park after class.
Prices include admission to the Sculpture Park and Museum.
Drop-ins are welcome, but registration is encouraged.
10am - For ages 3–12 with a caregiver; Free for Members | $5 Child
11am - Ages 13 and up; >>
Take your imagination for a spin with artistic and material-inspired activities as the MAKEmobile cruises into the Sculpture Park. For kids and adults of all ages. Drop in 1–3 pm. Free with admission.
Play, experiment, and engineer together in the Sculpture Park! Collaborate to construct large-scale temporary structures in response to deCordova's art and landscape. For families with children of all ages. Drop-in anytime 10:30 am–12:30 pm. Free with admission. >>
Get out and play at Providence Children’s Museum! Explore the Museum’s great outdoors with active hands-on programs in The Children’s Garden every week. Wiggle with worms, blow giant bubbles, weave with natural materials, and more!
July 7: Stomp Rockets
July 14: Solar Printing
July 21: Sundials
July 28: Cardboard Rocketships
August 4: Sun Spotters
August 11: Mars Mud
August 18: Moon >>
Kids climb aboard a fire truck, ambulance, forklift, giant digger and more and meet the drivers who operate them. Explore a different vehicle each week!
July 1: Bobcat utility vehicle
July 8: Tow truck from AAA of Southern New England
July 15: Fire truck from the Providence Fire Department
July 22: Backhoe loader from Cardi’s Construction
July 29: Ambulance and technicians from Hasbro >>
The Museum’s Children’s Garden bubbles over with fun as families blow billowing bubbles of all shapes and sizes. Kids use a wide array of wacky tools to build imaginative bubble wands and blowers. Families experiment with different bubble blowing techniques to blow giant bubbles, stretch them into astonishing shapes, and explore their amazing properties. >>
Parents of babies who are newly diagnosed with hearing loss often feel reluctant to explore community resources since they themselves are only just learning how to communicate with their young child, manage technology such as hearing aids and cochlear implants, and deal with children’s exuberance, particularly in novel and stimulating environments.
Pre-registration is required and may be done >>
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