Ned Bangs from the Marshfield Recreation Department says the summer community brochure is ready and available. Please click the link to find out more.
How about a visit to the Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton? Let the Art Touch You! A variety of special exhibitions await your discovery. There will be workshops & special events available for adults & children. For more information, call 508-588-6000 or visit www.fullercraft.org.
Check out the fun events and activities at the Museum of Science in Boston. Find out more at www.mos.org.
Visit the New England Aquarium. For more information, call 617-973-5206 or visit www.neaq.org.
This weekend bring the whole family to Marshfield for the North River Arts Society’s 38th annual Festival of the Arts, taking place around the GAR Hall on Old Main Street in Marshfield Hills Saturday and Sunday from 10am-5pm. A special tent with free kids’ activities will be set up across the street from the GAR Hall. These are activities planned by kids, for kids. Kids will have the opportunity to decorate masks and fairy wands that they can carry during the Giant Puppet Parade each day (Noon on Saturday, 1 p.m. on Sunday). In addition, there will face painting, a street clown, and a storyteller, as well as supplies for decorating headbands, making flags, and other craft projects. There will be kids’ activities on site to complement the parade, including a storyteller, street clown, art wall, and children’s tent. Marshfield cartoonist Kent Archer is creating a large black-and-white cartoon that will be blown up and then cut into over many numbered sections. On Saturday, guests (both adults and children) will be invited to decorate the various pieces individually, and then the decorated sections will be reassembled into a unique work of art that combines all of the participants’ creativity, changing through the day. You’ll be able to decorate as many pieces as you’d like and to take your artwork home at the end of the day. For all the details visit northriverarts.org.
The Massachusetts Center for Native American Awareness invites you to the Spring Planting Moon annual pow wow at the Marshfield Fair Grounds this weekend. Gates open at 11am both days. Through song, dance and storytelling we’ll thank Mother Earth for the three main staples we plant annually for the sustenance of our families….beans, corn and squash. For more details about the program visit mcnaa.org. New this year is featured Grammy nominated musician Joseph Fire Crow of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe.
Friday, May 23rd, 2014:
Check out Family Friday Nights at the Children’s Museum in Boston. From 5 to 9pm admission is only $1 a person. For more info, visit www.bostonchildrensmuseum.org
Saturday, May 24th, 2014:
The Marshfield Recreation Department has a FREE tennis event this morning! Great for new players, those who have not played in a long time as well as current players. Mr. Gary Pina, President of USTA, New England and staff will conduct this FREE Clinic. We will have 5 new courts at the High School to use. If you have a racquet bring one, if you don’t have one, no worries, you will be able to borrow one. The Clinic will run for two hours, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and will be geared for player’s age 5 through adult. Contact the Recreation Department with questions at 781.834.5543.
It’s Family Day from 10am -2pm at the Duxbury Bay Maritime School! The day includes live music, face painting, bouncy houses, dunk tank, balloon animals, games, vendors, food and more! The day also includes Ship tours of the Schooner Fame and the Shallop Elizabeth Tilley. Family Day admission is free and tickets sold for games, food and attractions. For more information visit http://dbms.org/ootb/.
Sunday, May 25th, 2014:
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