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Summer 2018 Education Programs

We’re already planning ahead for summertime, and another season of great educational programs at the Armory!  Once again, we’ll offer a variety of programming for different ages.

In July, the Somerville Arts Council returns with their popular 3-week Musical Theater Program for ages 8-13; sign up directly with SAC!

Also in July, we’re teaming up with EarthwiseAware to run a NEW one-week, half-day program called Closer to Nature.  Participants will explore and enjoy the natural world through storytelling, nature & naturalist walks, sketching & journaling, art, and science.

In August, we’ll run three separate weeks of our popular Arts Discovery Week program for kids ages 5-10.  Sign up for one or all, or for individual sessions within the week; it’s a sampler of lots of fun, creative, and sometimes crazy art projects.

For slightly older kids (11-16), Visual Arts Week offers a similar chance to explore lots of artistic mediums throughout one week in August.

Also for 11-16 year olds, Youth Arts Arise is our FREE one-week program exploring two artistic disciplines in depth: mornings focus on one topic all week, and afternoons on another.

Sign-up for all of the summer programs run by the Armory will open on March 15.  Check back then, or email education@artsatthearmory.org to join our mailing list and be notified when it opens!

Weather update 2/9/2017

Update as we watch the snow fall: the Armory building and Cafe are open, but most events have cancelled for today (Expressive Explorers, Swordfighting class, Zumba, Ballet/tap, More to Love Yoga, West Coast Swing, and Pub Sing).

Since there are no evening events, the Cafe will close at 6 today.

Stay warm, stay safe, and see you again soon!

Weather Update: Feb 13

Last updated: 10:30am

Due to the predicted extreme cold temperatures, the performance tonight by The Proper Ladies has been postponed until tomorrow,  Sunday Feb 14, at 2:30pm.

All other events today including the Winter Farmers’ Market are expected to run as planned.  (Fingers crossed!)