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  • January 13th at 3:30 – Virtual Whale WatchJanuary 13th at 3:30 - Virtual Whale Watch
    The Whalemobile is coming! Join Cynde as she take us on a virtual whale watch out of Gloucester.  Learn about types of whales, what they do and why they are important to our oceans. This program is suitable for 2nd grade -5th grade or younger with adult supervision. Registration required as ...
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  • Watch Now – Family Sing-a-long with Matt HeatonWatch Now - Family Sing-a-long with Matt Heaton
    Matt Heaton believes music for kids can be entertaining for both children AND parents. His songs are a mix of rockabilly, surf, American roots and Irish traditional music, delivered with a wry sense of humor and a sincere sense of fun.  Children and adults respond to his musicianship and variety. ...
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  • Virtual Sensory Storytimes through FebruaryVirtual Sensory Storytimes through February
    Through a Library Services and Technology Act Grant, the Kingston Public Library has teamed up with the Kennedy Donovan Center to bring you virtual sensory storytimes. Sign up for a program here.  Once you’re signed up, we’ll let you know when your grab and go craft bag is ready.   Then you ...
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  • For Veterans’ Day: Melvin SimmonsFor Veterans' Day: Melvin Simmons
    Naval Constructor Melvin Simmons, born in Kingston on April 19, 1806, served as Master Carpenter for the first steam (or screw) frigate the USS Merrimack. Launched in June 1855 from the Charlestown Navy Yard, she was christened by Simmons’ daughter Mary Elizabeth, then 23. When Virginia seceded from the Union in ...
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  • Covid-19 testing sitesCovid-19 testing sites
    The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency website now hosts a searchable map of testing sites around the state.
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