Elementary School Appropriate

Diabetes and “Despicable Me”

Posted on July 12, 2010. Filed under: Elementary School Appropriate, Event, Preteen Appropriate |

Looking for a date night & want to support a great cause at the same time?

The Joslin Diabetes Center (Boston) has a special showing for the movie, “Despicable Me” at the Legacy Place movie theatre (Dedham). All proceeds from the evening will support Joslin’s High Hopes Fund.

The High Hopes Fund supports Joslin’s efforts to improve the lives of people with diabetes—young and old—and to prevent and cure the disease. The High Hopes Fund gives them—and their families—hope of a world without this disease.

The special showing of Despicable Me is this Thursday, July 15th at 6:30pm. Tickets are $15 and are limited so call 617-309-2531 to reserve.

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The Joslin Diabetes Center is a teaching and research affiliate of Harvard Medical School on the front lines of the world epidemic of diabetes leading the battle to conquer diabetes in all of its forms through cutting-edge research and innovative approaches to clinical care and education.

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Ahoy There Mates

Posted on June 29, 2010. Filed under: Elementary School Appropriate, Event |

Pirates have stolen treasure from the ship and the crew needs your help to recapture the booty!

Image from Plymouth Cruises

So are you ready for a fun adventure in Plymouth Harbor this summer, where children man water cannons and battle the enemy pirate ship to take back the treasure?

With kid appropriate music, dancing and hidden treasures, kids will have an experience to remember. Run by Plymouth Cruises, in Plymouth MA, and owned/operated by gentleman with 36+ years of experience as a U.S. Coast Guard Licensed Captain, the boat Lobster Tales, hosts the Pirate Themed Cruise 7 days a week, from now until September 1st.

While the cost is on the steeper side at $18 per person, you get a great hour-long boat cruise, pirate hats, face paint, treasure, buccaneer brew and a boat load of fun. This activity is ideally suited for kids ages 4-11 and their parents/caregivers, and pirate theme cruises are also available for private birthday parties or other group charters.

So grab your pirate fighting regalia, and head 30 minutes south of Boston to sail the high seas and have a swashbuckling good time. Arrrrr.

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