Casey Silvia teaches a gentle yoga flow from the East Boston waterfront.
Veronica Robles – artist and founder of East Boston's Veronica Robles Cultural Center – teaches a traditional Aztec dance and drum sequence.
Tam is a Certified Forest Therapy Guide, Trainer and Mentor with the Association of Nature and Forest Therapy Guides and Programs and founder of Toadstool Walks.
Don Heminitz introduces the fife, a small instrument that played a large role in history.
Carl Herzog uses the Museum's collections and archives to explore the lesser known corners of “Old Ironsides'” history for a virtual audience.
Visit with Bent Water Brewing of Lynn, MA, to learn about the significance of water in the brewing process.
Join Boston Harbor Now in celebrating all that has been accomplished in the last 50 years – and in imagining the potential the next half-century could hold.
Join Huan as he takes you through the motions of a walking exercise you can easily learn at home.
Brian Sheehy explains the history of the game as it was played in the 19th century, including by those stationed at Fort Warren during the time of the Civil War.
Members of the Natural Resources team at the National Parks of Boston introduce iNaturalist.