06/26/2015 - 07/17/2015 , Assabet River National Wildlife Refuge
Nature themed program series that will include crafts, stories, and games or songs that will relate to a different topic each month. Programs are typically held the 4th Friday of every month 10:30am – 11:30am for 2 to 5 year olds; siblings welcome. >>
Families are invited to join the naturalist for a lively tale of Peter Rabbit and friends from the popular stories of Thornton W. Burgess, renowned children's author and naturalist [1874-1965]. Following the story enjoy a visit with one of the nature center's resident animals. Story Time is suitable for families with children age 2 1/2 and up. The fee is $2 per person. Advance registration >>
Join the American Revolution. Using debate topic cards, choose your character, support your cause, and debate the Revolutionary War. Maybe you will even change the outcome of the war. This program is presented as part of Revolutionary Boston, a citywide commemoration. To see a full list of programs, visit www.bpl.org/revolution. >>
Using the book Henry and the Cannons by Don Brown, Historic New England staff teach children how an ordinary Boston bookseller became a real life hero during the Revolutionary War. Kids also make hero medals to take home. For children ages 3-12.
Every Hero Has a Story is sponsored by the Boston Public Library, the Massachusetts Library System, the Boston Bruins, and the Massachusetts Board of >>
Come learn about the role of the Liberty Tree in the American Revolution, where it was located in Boston, and what it came to symbolize. As the colonists hung lanterns on the Liberty Tree, participants create their own lanterns and hang personal leaves on the interactive Liberty Tree at the Leventhal Map Center.
This program is presented as part of Revolutionary Boston, a citywide commemoration. >>
Find out some funny facts about the men of the Revolutionary War, followed by a craft.This program is presented as part of Revolutionary Boston, a citywide commemoration. To see a full list of programs, visit www.bpl.org/revolution. >>
Youngsters and their caretakers are invited to come spend an hour having free play, an organized game, a read-aloud story, and refreshments. The game and story change every week. This is a very popular program so come early! Meet in front of the playground area. Price: TTOR Members: FREE; Non-Members: $5/Family >>
Youngsters and their caretakers are invited to come spend an hour having free play, an organized game, and a read-aloud story. This is a very popular program so come early! Meet at the lawn in front of the house.
Price: TTOR Members: FREE; Non-Members: $5/Family >>
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