Grab and Go Kids Planner

This weekly column is set up to give you an assortment of activities for families to explore and we appreciate your feedback on these suggestions; good or bad. If you would like to add your own events just type them up in the suggestion box!

This is school vacation week for many families and there are plenty of fun things-to-do to help fend off the “Mom, I’m bored!” blues.

Make Your Own Model Mayflower II at this fun and creative class at . Pre-cut shapes will be available.  This session is designed for children over 5, accompanied by an adult.  Reservations are required. For more information or to reserve your spot please call 508-746-1622, ext. 8346. $15 or $12 for members. Wednesday, Febr. 23, 1 to 3 p.m.

Mike Bent’s Abrakidbra Don’t miss this amazing magic act at Memorial Hall.  has been thrilling audiences for more than 20 years with his state of the art feats. These shows are specially geared to children and they will be given the chance to help out and take part in the show. Tickets are $7. Showtimes are Thursday, Feb. 24, from 10:30 a.m. to noon.

Colonial Letter Writing Workshop Learn to write with a quill and ink, just as the Colonials did in the 17th Century. This fun and informative class happens at the Plimoth Plantation on Thursday, Feb. 24, from 1 to 3 p.m. Although it is designed for children, adults are welcome as well. Reservations are highly recommended.   508-746-1622, ext. 8346.  $15 or $12 for members.

Drop-in Story Time will amuse children with lively tales from 2:15 to 2:45 p.m. at the Plymouth Public Library every Thursday.

Create with Cornhusk and Clay This Wampanoag workshop takes place at Plimoth Plantation and teaches the value of corn and clay in everyday Wampanoag life. You will be able to make your own beads or bowl to take home. This program is for children accompanied by an adult and reservations are strongly recommended. Call 508-746-1622, ext. 8346 for reservations. $15 or $12 for members. Friday, Feb. 25, from 1 to 3 p.m.      


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