An afternoon designed to make every herpetologist happy! We'll start with a hunt for local snake species around the Crane Estate, looking under logs and around the stone walls that lace the property. Capture will be strictly catch and release! We'll then make our way to the Barn where Rick Roth, founder and executive director of the Cape Ann Vernal Pond Team and local snake expert, will present >>
Enjoy stories, songs and activities in the mansion. This program is for children 3 and 4 years old. $10 per child, free for members. Space is limited. Reservations due by June 2. To reserve, email email@example.com. >>
Admission to Providence Children’s Museum is free all day for dads and granddads. From 11am - 2pm, families tinker, build and invent creative contraptions with Rigamajig, an innovative large-scale building kit featuring wooden planks, wheels, pulleys, rope, and nuts and bolts. >>
Learn all about bees from art and experts during this buzz-filled day inspired by Jarrett Mellenbruch’s Haven sculptures in the Park.
Drop in from 1–3 pm to learn about the importance of honey bees from local preservation organizations in the community.
Join an informative and lively conversation at 2 pm with Dr. Noah Wilson-Rich, founder of The Best Bees Company, author of The Bee: A Natural >>
Lights, camera, action! Inspired by Walking Sculpture, this outdoor series features films that focus on walking: The Wizard of Oz. Free for Members | $5 for not-yet-Members
Drop ins welcome; no RSVP required. >>
This summer, visitors to the Museum of Science, Boston will be inspired by the science and technology behind some of the most beloved animated films and their characters, with the world premiere of The Science Behind Pixar. This interactive 10,000 square foot exhibition showcases the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) concepts used by the artists and computer scientists who help >>
Join us for the first annual ‘Movies at the Meeting House’ series. During 2015, Old South Meeting House will show three films based on books that were banned in various locations throughout the US, including Boston. Promoting free speech is a key part of Old South Meeting House’s mission.
Doors open at 6:30 PM, film begins at 7:30pm. Advance tickets are $8 for the general public, $4 for >>
Youth baseball and softball players, coaches, fans, and families are admitted FREE to the Concord Museum. Visit the exhibition, The Art of Baseball, and enjoy activities and tours. Team uniforms encouraged! On June 4 at 6 pm meet Matt Tavares – award-winning children’s author & illustrator and check out his latest book Growing Up Pedro follows the early life and baseball career of Red >>
Lecture by Brian Sheehy, Captain of the Essex Base Ball Club. Discover base ball (two words in the 19th century) in Boston prior to our beloved Red Sox with baseball historian and vintage base ball player Brian Sheehy.
$10 per person ($5 Concord Museum Members) Reservations Required by calling 978 369 9763 or online at www.concordmuseum.org >>
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