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Our stroller fitness class is a 60-minute class format for moms with stroller-age children. Fitness for you. Fun for your child.
Terhune Orchards Read and Explore Program is our winter education series, following the popular seasonal Read and Pick Program. These fun, informative programs include educational activities and stories followed by hands-on crafts and exploration. Our second Read and Explore program is Animal Tracks. The program lasts about an hour and includes a craft program plus a story and educational segment. After story time, we will make bird feeders with wild bird seed to take home and help the birds through winter. Registration is requested. 609-924-2310 or https://terhuneorchards.com/read-explore-sign-up/ to register. The fee is $10.00 per child. Buy a season pass and save! Shop.terhuneorchards.com
Please come to an Open House and enjoy a FREE Music Together class at 10:30am at the Rocky Hill Cooperative Nursery School.
When an American heiress is kidnapped, her family hires your team to find her. But the more you uncover, the odder and more supernatural the crime seems. Finally, it’s down to you, one room, and some very unusual clues…While the escape room contains no jump scares, it is suspenseful with spooky elements. Please consider this when deciding to register your child. Due to the complexities of the puzzles, this program is for children ages 9-13. No exceptions. Rooms run simultaneously on the half-hour, from 10am to 3:30pm.
This spirited service is designed for preschool-aged children and their families. Led by music teacher Susan Sacks and parents, this interactive Shabbat experience includes stories, prayers, songs, and a brief Torah reading. This service will typically be held on the second Shabbat of the month in the Youth Lounge at 11:00 a.m. A Shabbat Katan lunch will follow. Open to the Community! Questions? Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Valentine’s Day is coming - what better time to learn how to create Victorian-style Valentines with Morven’s Curator of Education Debra Lampert-Rudman? Learn the “love language” of flowers, enjoy an illustrated powerpoint on Victorian pressed flowers, and create Valentines of your own special design suitable for framing. All pressed flowers (many from Morven’s historic gardens), materials, and art instruction provided. No previous experience required and space is limited. Ticket price includes light refreshments and Museum admission.
Drop in to craft a fine feathered Valentine for your loved one. In the middle ages birds were thought to mate in mid-February so they were naturally associated with the day. When romantic card exchanges began during Victorian times, bird motifs were common on hand crafted love notes!
In conjunction with The Eternal Feast: Banqueting in Chinese Art from the 10th to the 14th Century, the Museum celebrates the Lunar New Year with music, dance, activities for people of all ages, and traditional cuisines.
Soar into space in the New Jersey State Museum's Planetarium! The Planetarium regularly premiers new and exciting shows for a variety of ages that feature state-of-the-art Full DomeVideo. Featured shows: 12:00pm - Stars; 1:00pm - One World, One Sky; 2:00pm - Laser Space Chase; 3:00pm - Black Holes
You’re invited to make lasting memories and start new traditions this holiday season at Palmer Square’s “eco-friendly” outdoor skating rink! Located on Hulfish Street Behind the Nassau Inn Hotel. Open skate from 12-3pm and again from 4-7pm.
Children 5 years old and up have an extra opportunity to work on skills they have been learning in classes or to reinforce skills they have already acquired. Coaches are present to provide supervision and guidance to all participants.