Don’t forget to check out your local library for great programs for kids of all ages, every day of the week!
The Winslow Farm Animal Sanctuary in Norton is hosting their Annual Easter Egg Hunt this year on March 25 and 26, April 1, 2, 8, 9, 15 & 16! Adult admission is $10, children 2 and over $5. Bring your own baskets to the annual fundraising hunts which are a favorite with children and parents. The Winslow Farm Animal Sanctuary offers a relaxed, non-competitive hunt, where each child can meander through the tall pines of the beautiful Nature Trail to find colorful eggs at their own pace. Have fun while you help to support the animals at the sanctuary. Before or after the hunt, you can tour the sanctuary and meet all of the wonderful animals, play on the playground or simply sit by a cozy campfire and chat! http://www.winslowfarm.com/index.html
Friday, March 24, 2017:
The Ventress Memorial Library in Marshfield invites you to visit and watch a classic Hitchcock film every Friday afternoon at 2:00 p.m. in March! Today’s film: Rope!
Saturday, March 25, 2017:
The Carver Public Library is hosting a hot air balloon craft for kids ages 4 and older at 11:00 a.m. today.
The South Shore Natural Science Center is host to STEMsational Superstars from 1-4:00 p.m. today. This is a drop in program designed for kids 3 and up. It’s an exciting day of science explorations while meeting local women scientists and engineers. Through hands-on activities, learn about the cool things they do at work!
Head to the Blue Hills Trailside Museum tonight from 6-8:00 p.m. for the Woodcock Walk! This is suitable for kids 8-18 years and registration is required for this program by calling 617.333.0690. Meet at the museum to learn a little about these strange birds before venturing out in search of a male bird displaying. Because of its solitary habits and superb camouflage, the American Woodcock is nearly impossible to see, except during its breeding displays. These little birds are full of surprises. Would you expect to find a shorebird at the edge of a forest? How many other birds can sing with their wings? And are there any other animals with eyes almost in the back of their heads? You have to be truly strange to earn the nickname of “timberdoodle” or “bog sucker.”
Sunday, March 26, 2017:
The Scituate St. Patrick’s Day parade rescheduled date is today at 1:00 p.m.! Get all the details at https://www.weloveaparade.com/
Today at the Blue Hills Trailside Museum discover Vernal Pool Mysteries from 3-4:30 p.m. The program is designed for children 6-18 years old and registration is required by calling 617.333.0690. Vernal pools are homes to frogs, salamanders, and even fairy shrimp! Find out about these incredible, temporary bodies of water and visit one of the Blue Hill’s vernal pools to discover who lives there. These “wicked big puddles” may be one of the best places to study the relative health of the nature of Massachusetts. This program begins in the museum’s auditorium with a look at the history and biology of MA vernal pools. Participants will them go on a short guided hike to a vernal pool located on the side of Great Blue Hill. A Trailside naturalist will help you locate and identify the living things found at the pool. Kids must be accompanied by an adult and the program fee includes admission to the museum. Wear sturdy shoes and dress for being outside!
Been to the Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton? Children under 12 are admitted for free and everyone is admitted for free Thursdays from 5:00 – 9:00 p.m. www.fullercraft.org
The Children’s Museum in Boston costs $1 to enter Fridays from 5:00 – 9:00 p.m.!
Check out the fun events & activities at the Boston Museum of Science: www.mos.org.
Visit the New England Aquarium: www.neaq.org.