Puddles McCullough: Seagull Sid and the Naughty Things his Seagulls Did
In celebration of Pride Month, Puddles McCullough reads aloud Seagull Sid and the Naughty Things his Seagulls Did, written by Dawn McMillan and illustrated by Ross Kinnaird.
Angelina Marscapone: My Granny is a Pirate
In celebration of Pride Month, Angelina Marscapone reads aloud My Granny is A Pirate, written by Val McDermid and illustrated by Arthur Robins.
Jujubee Reads: Hank’s Big Day
In celebration of Pride Month, TV Drag Superstar Jujubee takes children (and the young at heart) on a journey of imagination as she reads aloud Hank's Big Day.
Jujubee Reads: Everywhere, Wonder
In celebration of Pride Month, TV Drag Superstar Jujubee takes children (and the young at heart) on a journey of imagination as she reads aloud Everywhere, Wonder.
Manomet: Backyard Birding – Feeder Tips
Evan Dalton of Manomet offers a tutorial in how to get started feeding birds in your own backyard.
Zumix: Latin Ensemble
The Zumix Latin Ensemble presents an original song, composed and performed virtually.
The Z Spot: 30 Minute Zumba
Lena Andrade of The Z Spot Boston presents a fast and fun Zumba workout to get your heart pumping at home.
Boston Harbor Distillery: The Making of Craft Spirits
Rhonda Kallman, Founder and CEO of Boston Harbor Distillery, describes the process of making craft spirits as well as the inspiration drawn from the building's fascinating history.
Piers Park Sailing Center: History of the Boston Harbor Islands
Alex DeFronzo, director of Piers Park Sailing Center, presents activities you can use to explore the Boston Harbor Islands from home.
National Parks of Boston: The Maritime Underground Railroad – Elisabeth Blakeley
The final video in the Maritime Underground Railroad series explores the story of Elisabeth Blakeley and her successful escape from slavery.
Trustees: Science Friday – Weathering and Erosion
Follow along with Molly Peach Mayhew, our Islands Education Manager, to learn all about weathering & erosion. Lesson designed for elementary school aged students.