It is raining strawberries at Connors Farm – 30 Valley Road (Rt.35), Danvers, Massachusetts 01923 on Saturday, June 17th, 2017 2017 from 9 am to 6 pm.
Phone: (978) 777 1245
Enjoy an array of activities ranging from seeing farm animals to Jumping pillow, Hayrides, Cow Train, Grain Train, Duck Races, Pedal Carts and more over LIVE music with the Boston Rockabilly Band from noon to 4 pm! The entry fee to pick your own strawberries and other festivities is $9.95. Free entry for kids of age 2 and below.There will be an additional charge for food, their famous Strawberry Shortcake, BBQ food, Pony rides, Strawberries Dipped in Chocolate and Face Painting.
Come and experience the magic of theatre and performances throughout Cambridge and the surrounding area at Fitzgerald Theater, Cambridge Rindge & Latin School entrance on Cambridge St., Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02140 on Friday, June 16th, 2017 at 7:00 pm. The event will take place until Sunday, June 18th, 2017.
This year’s main stage show is something very suitable for kids, presenting “The Lion King” a story based on little cub who fears to return home, when he finds that there were no mistakes on his side he roars backs claim his kingdom. Come find out if he can take over his powerful uncle, starring Riley and Sophie, Agassiz grads. In addition to this, BT4W’s Rising Stars are performing 101 Dalmatians and other Favorite Stories on Saturday, June 17th at 3pm. Kids of the age 3 and up can step in to watch the show. The pricing of tickets at the door will cost $13 for adults and $7 for children.
Students can unleash their potential in a design challenge that explores the invention process at Museum of Science, Boston, Massachusetts, 02114 on Friday and Saturday, June 16 & 17th, 2017 from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm.
Phone: (617) 253-3352
On Friday from 9:00 am to 11:00 am, the high school InvenTeams will represent their invention prototypes and explain their invention process. Then from 3:00 pm to 5:30 pm, the Lemelson-MIT InvenTeams will exhibit their invention prototypes. Later the proud collegiate winners of the Lemelson-MIT Student Prize will discuss their technology-based inventions. On Saturday, High school students from across the country can step in here to invent things using their bright ideas, they can build a wind-powered device capable of hovering three stories in the air-carrying rubber ducks as payload. Students will be at MIT in the morning and then send their devices to the Museum of Science to test and compete in Duck ‘N ‘Hover. Eureka Fest’s finale wind–powered competition begins at 1:00 pm and winds up around 4:30 pm.The museum offers hands-on learning experience your little innovators of all ages. Families are most welcome to join this event. Kids of all ages are welcome, you require regular museum admission to join the Fest.