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Shorebird Nest Fencing Installation: Revere and Winthrop
Sponsored by: MA Department of Conservation and Recreation
Minimum age: 18
Every spring, piping plovers and other shorebirds return to New England beaches to create nests and rear their young. To better protect these vulnerable birds, State and Nonprofit organizations work together to install fencing to limit trampling and disturbance of these sites. We will be working wit . . .

When: Mar 31, 2018 9am in Winthrop, MA

Boston's Wounded Vet Run

Local heroic first responders from the Greater Boston and North Shore areas, are gearing up and hitting the ice Saturday, March 31st. The participating teams from a wide variety of fire and police departments, will compete in a day long friendly tournament to help raise money for Boston’s Wounded Veterans Run. Both the Medford Fire Hockey Club and Boston’s Wounded Veterans Run are joining forces to put on a unique and fun event that benefits a great cause. For the small entrance fee of $15, spectators can come and watch the battles on the ice.When the tournament deems a winner and comes to an end, there will be an after party to follow! The celebration is being held at the Winthrop Elks. Come on out and enjoy a fun-filled Saturday benefiting an inspiring foundation. The participating fire and police departments include the following: Transit Police DepartmentMedford Fire DepartmentEverett Fire DepartmentMalden Police DepartmentSaugus Police DepartmentWinthrop Police DepartmentWinthrop Fire DepartmentCivilian Team

When: Mar 31, 2018 10am to Mar 31, 2018 5pm in Winthrop, MA

Moms & Music Spring Session 2018 (Winthrop)

Moms & Music™ is more than just a music class. Children will develop social skills, practice turn-taking, build their vocabulary (verbal and sign language), learn to follow simple directions, and develop their attention span all while they sing, play and have fun! I’m a mom and an early childhood educator, and I love music! Put these ingredients together and you’ve got Moms & Music™: classes for children and their caregivers (moms, dads, nannies, grandparents, etc.) that offer a fun social setting where everyone can grow happily! And the secret is, the children only know they are having fun! Each class structure is as follows: 1. Interactive Songs: A set of 10-12 songs that include ASL sign language, props, books, movement etc.  We begin and end each set with a name song for social development.  We also practice turn-taking and develop our attention span as we sing, learn and play.  Each session (Fall 1 and 2, Winter, Spring) there is a new set of songs we will learn together! This is your special time with your little one so plan to have your hands free and get ready for some special bonding and connection.  I like to think of Moms & Music as a special date for you and your child. 2. Parachute Play: This includes a 12' parachute that we gather around while playing games and singing songs and working on gross and fine motor skills as well as listening and social skills. 3. Free Play: We conclude each class with about 15 minutes of free play with props such as shakers, scarves, balls, bubbles and more while listening to a variety of recorded music such as classical and jazz!  It's also an opportunity for children and adults to socialize, explore, and have fun getting to know one another.  Moms & Music is all about developing a supportive community of friends!   FAQ:   Can I bring my baby to class with my older toddler? Yes!  If you have registered your older child and have a baby that is 4 months old or younger your baby can attend with you for free!  Once your baby starts to wake up more then you can register both children individually. Can I give my child a snack during class to help him sit still? Though I too have used snacks to help my young children stay still longer this is not a practice we want to use during Moms & Music class.  Food is a distraction from the skills and language development we work on during class.  And with so many possible allergies, we want our classes to be safe and fun for everyone! What if I miss a class because my child is sick or we are out of town?  Missing a class or two is very typical, things can come up with children and that is fine!  You will not get behind in anyway and we will look forward to your return.  We do not offer make-up classes. How can I teach my child more ASL sign language?  This is one of my favorite questions!  Talk to me any day right after class and I would be happy to discuss some easy ways to teach more ASL to your children as well as other resources that might be helpful! What are the benefits of teaching my child ASL sign language?  This is my other favorite question!  There are so many benefits but just to name a few: decreased frustration of baby and parent; increased expressive and receptive language; increased socail skills; increased spelling and reading skills in older children who learned sign language and more!  Talk to me any day after class or email me and I would be happy to direct you to some wonderful research on the many benefits of teaching your children sign language.  

When: Apr 4, 2018 10am in Winthrop, MA

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About Winthrop, MA
Winthrop Massachusetts is an Oceanside town located just northeast of Boston near Logan International Airport. The town is named after John Winthrop who was the second governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony and Winthrop is one of the oldest towns, settled in 1630.