Each year over MEA weekend we host classes and activities for kids and families. This weekend is a chance to share the joy of folk school learning with curious young ones. From cooking to fiber arts, woodworking to blacksmithing there is a skill to learn for everyone. Classes require registration ahead of time, but drop-in activities are free and require no pre-registration. We’ll also host a Family Fun Night on Friday October 22nd open to the community. This celebration of fall and family time on the North Shore is a delightful way to spend a weekend, and we hope you’ll join us! Note, to keep our youngest learners safe, all youth and adults enrolled in coursework this weekend will need to wear a cloth face mask during class and indoor gatherings.
Drop-in Craft Activities
Friday and Saturday October 22nd and 23rd
Open to all ages, 10am-4pm each day
Stop by our campus to explore free craft activities appropriate for kids of all ages and their adults. We’ll have all the supplies and helpers to guide you along the way.
Family Fun Night
Friday October 22nd, 5-7pm
We’ll have fresh apple cider pressing demonstrations, a bonfire with s’mores supplies, games and live music to enjoy! Stop by before or after your dinner (or bring a picnic!) and enjoy an evening of apples, music, and fun on the harbor.
Event is weather permitting- rain date is Saturday October 23rd.