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Kids Company

March 20 - May 15

For Ages 13 and Under Enroll by MAR 1 Kids Company classes for youth ages 5 - 13 continue virtually this spring, with a mix of storytelling, movement, performance, and devising techniques to introduce theater skills and awareness of body, mind, voice, and imagination. And this spring, we introduce A.R.T. Pipsqueaks, a four-week program for […]

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Cambridge Science Festival 30 Days of Science

April 1 - April 30

. CSF invites the community to take the 30 Days of Science Challenge this April! Sign up today! Each day, CSF will share a simple prompt with content and events developed exclusively by the Cambridge Science Festival community. Spend a few minutes a day exploring the offerings, connecting with cool scientists, & learning new things! Take the pledge — share your discoveries, […]

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Cambridge Science Festival Curiosity Challenge

April 1 - April 30

Calling all kids ages 5-14! Cambridge Science Festival dares you to take the Curiosity Challenge! You’re naturally curious, just like scientists. We want to know what you’re curious about! Tell us! Show us! Learn more - https://cambridgesciencefestival.org/curiosity-challenge-2021 Join the 2021 Curiosity Challenge

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New School of Music – Open Registration Beginning Group Ukulele | ages 4-6

March 19 @ 3:00 pm - May 28 @ 3:30 pm
$270

In this beginner course, students will learn the basic strumming patterns and techniques to play the ukulele! Students will learn the appropriate hand and instrument placement for playing chords and strumming patterns. By the end of this course, students will be able to perform four to six songs, play five different chords and will have […]

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Stories from the End of the World

April 28 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

The Harvard Art Museums collections have played an important role in the popular undergraduate course Stories from the End of the World, taught by Harvard Divinity School professor Giovanni Bazzana. This fascinating course, which is part of the Harvard College Program in General Education, explores why humans have always imagined the end of their worlds. […]

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