Archive for Field Trips

Mt. Tom and Notch Homeschool Programs

There may be a cost involved. Mt. Tom/ Notch programs The Notch Visitor Center on Rt. 116 in Amherst. Meet in the parking lot. This is not a State Park sponsored program so they have no information to give out. Wednesday, Sept. 27 @ 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 4 @ 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 11

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Opening Mass for the New School Year

From Fr. Ed Riley: Greetings All! I pray you had a great summer with the family and plenty of respite! I apologize for the late invitation (my fault), but I invite you to an Opening School Year Mass for Homeschooling Families on next Friday, September 15th at Our Lady Help of Christians, 573 Washington Street,

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2017 NORCROSS WILDLIFE SANCTUARY WINTER LECTURE SERIES

Winter lectures at the Norcross Wildlife Sanctuary are offered free of charge on Saturdays at 1:30 pm.  Space is limited; call 413-267-9654 or email lectures@norcrosswildlife.org or ohop@norcrosswildlife.org to register.  In case of inclement weather please call ahead, check our Facebook page or visit www.norcrosswildlife.org.     Saturday, January 28th                                                                                                  Discovering New England’s Stone Walls How and why

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Upcoming Events at the Eric Carle Museum

H/T HCH@yahoogroups.com and the Eric Carle Museum website IN THE READING LIBRARY Toddler and Preschooler Play Series: Open Book, Open Play January 27, 2017 10:30am – 11:30am February 3, 2017 10:30am – 11:30am February 10, 2017 10:30am – 11:30am Free with Museum Admission (Toddlers and Preschoolers with parents/caregivers/teachers) Share picture books at story time in

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Homeschool Ice Skating in Amherst: UPDATE

All families are welcome. http://www.mullinscenter.com/community-ice-rink-1/home-school-skating-informaton Ice Skating Cash or checks only only $5 per kid (their adults are FREE if you want to try) This includes rentals at no extra cost. If you have younger or new ice skaters, I can get you buckets to hold onto. Just let me know. *************** January 2017 Ice

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“Physics as a Door into STEM Education”

Please, join us on January 17th at 4 pm at Boston University Physics Department for a presentation and the following discussion about the role of physics in attracting students into STEM related fields. When?    4 pm, January 17th (Tuesday), 2017 Where? Boston University Physics Department Studio Auditorium, B23 (the underground floor), The Metcalf Science Center, 590

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New Year’s Day Hike

This coming Sunday there will be be a New Year’s Day Hike at the Notch Visitor Center in Amherst, MA.   We will meet at 12:45 p.m. and leave at 1:00 p.m. for a 2 hour plus hike. The trail will mostly be easy.   Do wear proper winter hiking clothes with poles if you

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Homeschool Ice Skating-Mullins Center, Amherst UPDATED

Homeschool Ice Skating Mullins Center UMASS Amherst MA http://www.mullinscenter.com/community-ice-rink-1/home-school-skating-informaton No ice skating: Tues Jan 3 Friday Jan 10 Friday, Jan 20 Friday Feb 3 Friday Feb 10  change update 12/19/2016 by Jeff All families are welcome. http://www.mullinscenter.com/community-ice-rink-1/home-school-skating-informaton Homeschool Ice Skating Cash or checks only Bring coins for the meters Friday, December 23rd 11:30am to 1:30pm

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Storytime at the Eric Carle Museum

  The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art 125 West Bay Road Amherst, MA 01002 413.559.6307 Special Storytime: Jonathan Bean October 30, 2016 2:00pm Free with Museum Admission In Real Cowboys, Kate Hoefler’s realistic and poetic picture book debut about the wide open West, the myth of rowdy, rough-riding cowboys and cowgirls is remade.

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FREE Pioneer Valley Symphony for homeschoolers Greenfield High School Auditorium

TIME SENSITIVE! From Anne Mileski via email: Dear Friends, I am looking to see if there is any interest in signing up for this Event in April 6th 2017? If you sign up, give me your full name, phone number, how many kids and ages before October 1st. It was stated for 3rd and 4th

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