April School Vacation Week: Earth Day Celebration (April 15-19)
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April School Vacation Week: Earth Day Celebration (April 15-19)

Ahead of Earth Day (April 22), join us for a week-long celebration with nature-inspired crafts, special workshops, and more. Enjoy daily art-making activities and special workshops (see below).

Enjoy FREE admission to the Museum, view our latest exhibitions, and participate in daily art-making activities. All are welcome!

Special Workshops

“Flower Power” Printmaking with Kelly Slater
Monday, April 15, from 12-2 pm
Participants will be able to create their own “Flower Power” posters, cards, and accordion books using simple printmaking techniques- including masking, stamping, and stenciling. Supplies will include all-ages-friendly paints and markers and items commonly destined for the recycling bin, such as cereal boxes and corrugated cardboard. Celebrate the season with this playful, all-skill-level activity.

Scales, Feathers, and Fur Live Animal Presentation
Tuesday, April 16, from 10-11:30 am
Scales, Feathers & Fur is a small growing family of rescued and surrendered animal ambassadors! They aim to bridge the gap between humans and animals, teaching appreciation and understanding through interactive experience!

Seed Project
Wednesday, April 17, from 10:00 am – 2 pm
Bring Spring home with this seed starter activity generously sponsored by Lynn Grows.

Painting Workshop with Michael Aghahowa
Friday, April 19, from 10 am – 12 pm [12 spots available. Please RSVP by calling 781-581-6200]
Join accomplished artist and educator Michael Aghahowa for a community painting workshop. Inspired by our natural landscape, participants will create a community painting. All materials provided; no experience necessary.

*Program schedule subject to change.




This program is generously supported in part by the Someone Else’s Child Foundation.








Apr 15 2024 - Apr 19 2024


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590 Washington Street
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