All Enrichment Programs Listed By Age


We're proud to offer a variety of classes each season. From karate and fencing to music and art, and everything in between. Scroll down to browse our program offerings and sign up today!

 

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Find ALL enrichment offerings (sorted chronologically in each age category) for the following ages...

0-11 months | 1 year | 2 years | 3 years | 4 years | 5 years | 6 years
7 years | 8 years | 9 years | 10 years | 11 years | 12 years | Teen | Adult

 


0-11 months

Little Groove Music (3 months-4 years)
These music classes are designed to help infants, toddlers and preschoolers learn and interact through sound, sight and touch in a live music setting. Children enjoy using their bodies and voices to sing along to catchy songs that help them build important motor and social skills. They will also have fun using real instruments such as drums, shakers and tambourines. Children also interact with puppets, bubbles, balls, pom poms, building blocks and one large parachute!
This program taught by by Dylan George on Tuesdays and Rose Kanj on Fridays.

Register now:        Tuesdays at 9:15     Tuesdays at 10:15     Tuesdays at 11:15      Tuesdays at 12:15
Fridays at 9:15 Fridays at 10:15 Fridays at 11:15
  

 

 

Members-Only Open Playgroup (6 months-4 years)


Member-only, drop-in

Come and spend a fun-filled afternoon with us in the Firehouse! Hill House members have access to this drop-in playgroup, where they can listen to music and meet other friends from the community while playing with some of our favorite toys. Come enjoy all the great play equipment we have on-site. We hope to see you there!
Facilitated by Adriana Donohue

Register now:  Thursdays 12:30 - 2:30

 

 

Move Baby Move- Crawlers (6 months- 1 year)

This class builds upon the previous level. We will continue to work on the Vestibular system (the sense of balance) and start incorporating more props, as well as rhythm, breath and social interaction. Yoga poses that encourage development are introduced, such as backbends, forward bends, side bends and twists. 
This class is taught by Ansley Delany.

Register now: Thursdays at 10:15

Move Baby Move- Infants (6 weeks- 5 months)

The emphasis on this class is welcoming the baby's body to the physical world while strengthening the growing spine, exploring the Vestibular system (the sense of balance), and finding center. The class includes tummy time, massage, visual and auditory stimulation that will support all the development patterns, including crawling, standing and speech. Encouraging heart-to-heart connection is emphasized through the entire class.
This class is taught by Ansley Delany.

Register now: Thursdays at 12:00

Musical Playdate (6 months- 4 years)

Spend some quality time singing, playing, dancing and exploring with your little ones in this action-packed hour of toddler fun! Maggie Magner leads grown ups and kids in an engaging sequence of instrument play-alongs, freeze dancing, singing games, bubble time, motor skill fun and more.

Register now: Sunday February 11 at 10:00

 

Music Together (0-5 years)

Have you ever wondered what you can do to nurture the musical growth of your child, regardless of fun your role can be! Our Music Together classes build on your Music Together own musical ability? Experience Music Together and find out how important and how your child's natural enthusiasm for music and movement. We'll help you provide your child with the basic musical skills needed to enjoy school and social musical activities, and to study an instrument should he or she choose to do so.
This program taught by Barbara C. DeFreitas.

Register now:    Mondays at 9:15                 Mondays at 10:15

Music Together logoMusic Together art& logo design © 1992-2014 Music Together LLC. Music Together is a registered trademark. Hill House, Inc. Is licensed by Music Together LLC. For more locations: www.musictogether.com - (800) 728-2692. 

 

New Parents & Babies Playgroup (4-10 months) 


New parents and their babies find a space where they can play and chat about their child’s development at the Firehouse! Toys, music and bubbles will be provided to keep your infant entertained while you get to know other new families from the area.

Register now: Wednesdays at 11:30

 

Open Playgroup (6 months-4 years) 

 

Join us for playtime in a fun and open setting! This is a great opportunity to meet new kids and families in the community. Mats, toys, crayons, books, markers and music will be available each week at this free program, one of several benefits available to our broader Beacon Hill Community!
Facilitated by Adriana Donohue

Register now: Mondays at 11:30            Mondays at 12:15 
       Tuesdays 1:15-3:15         Wednesdays 1:00-3:00

 

 

Starlight, Starbright (6-18 months)  
Wednesday at 6:15

Little ones are welcome to wear pajamas to this evening session as we use music to channel our energy into the bedtime hour. Includes imaginative play with flashlights and bubbles. Peacefully finish the evening with bedtime stories and make wishes on glowing stars. Sweet dreams to follow. This child-centered curriculum supports the adult-child bond and includes songs, stories, creative movement, flashlight play, bubbles, puppets and more. 

Register now: February 7

 


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1 year

 

 

Dads & Donuts (1-6 years)

9:30 am-11:30 am at the Firehouse
Join us for a morning of donuts and coffee (while supplies last) and play with all of our gym equipment! This is a great time for dads to have fun with their kids and meet other fathers in the area. FH Perry Builder will stop by at 10:00 am for a child-friendly building workshop in the art room!

Register now:  TBD

 

Jumping Jacks Gym (1-3 years)


Toddlers run, jump, crawl, roll and wiggle through activities encouraging sharing, basic socialization,  balance and coordination. Engaging equipment, such as a balance beam, bar, and parachute will aid toddlers in developing gross motor skills, improving spatial awareness and establishing a love of physical activity and recreational play. Teacher-led songs and games will introduce structure, provide routine and promote focus. Caregivers help support and sport children to promote safe play.
This program taught by Adriana Donohue (Tuesdays & Wednesdays) and Cindy Sullivan (Thursdays).


Register now:  Tuesdays at 9:15    Tuesdays at 10:15                  Tuesdays at 11:15
Wednesdays at 9:15     Wednesdays at 10:15   Wednesdays at 11:15
 
Thursdays at 9:15   Thursdays at 10:15 Thursdays at 11:15

 

Little Groove Music (3 months-4 years)
These music classes are designed to help infants, toddlers and preschoolers learn and interact through sound, sight and touch in a live music setting. Children enjoy using their bodies and voices to sing along to catchy songs that help them build important motor and social skills. They will also have fun using real instruments such as drums, shakers and tambourines. Children also interact with puppets, bubbles, balls, pom poms, building blocks and one large parachute!
This program taught by by Dylan George on Tuesdays and Rose Kanj on Fridays.

Register now:        Tuesdays at 9:15     Tuesdays at 10:15     Tuesdays at 11:15      Tuesdays at 12:15
Fridays at 9:15 Fridays at 10:15 Fridays at 11:15
  

 

Members-Only Open Playgroup (6 months-4 years)


Member-only, drop-in

Come and spend a fun-filled afternoon with us in the Firehouse! Hill House members have access to this drop-in playgroup, where they can listen to music and meet other friends from the community while playing with some of our favorite toys. Come enjoy all the great play equipment we have on-site. We hope to see you there!
Facilitated by Adriana Donohue

Register now:  Thursdays 12:30 - 2:30

Move Baby Move- Walkers (12 months- 18 months)

In this level we increase body and spatial awareness while working on socialization and gaining independence from caregivers. Activities encourage cognitive thinking, sequencing, expectations and timing. Language is strongly encouraged through activities that emphasize vocal sounds, songs and rhythmic games. Developmental patterns are fostered through more physical work–playing with balance, falling and standing.
This class is taught by Ansley Delany.

Register now: Thursdays at 11:15

 

Mundo de Colores (12 months-3 years)

Art projects and crafts will help your little one learn simple Spanish phrases and colors. Mundo de Colores promotes development of hand-eye coordination, visual and fine motor skills through sequencing and arranging.  This class will also broaden awareness of colors, shapes, shades and textures.
This program taught by Adriana Donohue.

Register now: Fridays at 9:15

 

 

Music Together (0-5 years)

Have you ever wondered what you can do to nurture the musical growth of your child, regardless of fun your role can be! Our Music Together classes build on your Music Together own musical ability? Experience Music Together and find out how important and how your child's natural enthusiasm for music and movement. We'll help you provide your child with the basic musical skills needed to enjoy school and social musical activities, and to study an instrument should he or she choose to do so.
This program taught by Barbara C. DeFreitas.

Register now:    Mondays at 9:15                 Mondays at 10:15

Music Together logoMusic Together art& logo design © 1992-2014 Music Together LLC. Music Together is a registered trademark. Hill House, Inc. Is licensed by Music Together LLC. For more locations: www.musictogether.com - (800) 728-2692. 

Musical Playdate (6 months-4 years)

Spend some quality time singing, playing, dancing and exploring with your little ones in this action-packed hour of toddler fun! Maggie Magner leads grown ups and kids in an engaging sequence of instrument play-alongs, freeze dancing, singing games, bubble time, motor skill fun and more.

Register now: February 11 at 10:00am

 

Open Art (1-4 years)

Free for members; drop-in.
Enjoy doing arts & crafts without the stress of a weekly commitment! Explore various art stations and projects with different textures, materials and mediums! This is a great opportunity to meet new kids and families in the community. Under our warm, creative art staff's supervision, you and your child will get a taste of all the Hill House art program has to offer.
This program facilitated by Emily Ellis

Register now: Mondays from 1:00 to 3:00    Fridays from 1:00-3:00

 

Open Playgroup (6 months-4 years) 

 

Join us for playtime in a fun and open setting! This is a great opportunity to meet new kids and families in the community. Mats, toys, crayons, books, markers and music will be available each week at this free program, one of several benefits available to our broader Beacon Hill Community!
Facilitated by Adriana Donohue

Register now: Mondays at 11:30            Mondays at 12:15 
       Tuesdays 1:15-3:15         Wednesdays 1:00-3:00

 

Paint & Play (12 months-3 years)

Join us for a hands-on, messy class letting your child create and play through different types of art! They will interact with other children through dramatic and pretend play by using various textures, materials and mediums. Come ready to explore the world of art!
This program taught on Thursdays by Emily McCabe

 

Register now:  Mondays at 10:15                   Tuesdays at 10:15             
                            Wednesdays at 9:15               Wednesdays at 10:15
Thursdays at 9:15 Thursdays at 10:15                 Fridays at 10:15

 

Scribble & Squish (12-24 months)
Join us for a hands-on, messy class introducing your child to the world of art! Children will experiment with various materials and textures improving social skills, fine motor skills and sensory development.  Enjoy themed projects and activities every week including under the sea, transportation and weather!  Come ready to scribble, squeeze and squish!
This program taught by Emily McCabe and Adriana Donohue

Find Mundo de Colores, our Spanish vocab-building art class, under Foreign Language.

Register now: Mondays at 11:15              Wednesdays at 11:15            Fridays at 11:15

 

Starlight, Starbright (6-18 months)  
Wednesday at 6:15

Little ones are welcome to wear pajamas to this evening session as we use music to channel our energy into the bedtime hour. Includes imaginative play with flashlights and bubbles. Peacefully finish the evening with bedtime stories and make wishes on glowing stars. Sweet dreams to follow. This child-centered curriculum supports the adult-child bond and includes songs, stories, creative movement, flashlight play, bubbles, puppets and more. 

Register now: February 7

Vamos a Saltar! (1-4 years) 

Nurture your child's love of movement with his or her amazing capacity to learn new languages in Jumping Jacks Gym en Español. Learn the words for motions and body parts while singing songs and playing games in our amazing play space, all in Spanish The objective of this class is to foster a love for the . 
This program taught by Adriana Donohue.

Register now:  Mondays at 9:30  Mondays at 10:30 

 

 

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2 years old

 

Dads & Donuts (1-6 years)

9:30 am-11:30 am at the Firehouse
Join us for a morning of donuts and coffee (while supplies last) and play with all of our gym equipment! This is a great time for dads to have fun with their kids and meet other fathers in the area. FH Perry Builder will stop by at 10:00 am for a child-friendly building workshop in the art room!

Register now:  TBD

 

Jumping Jacks Gym (1-3 years)


Toddlers run, jump, crawl, roll and wiggle through activities encouraging sharing, basic socialization,  balance and coordination. Engaging equipment, such as a balance beam, bar, and parachute will aid toddlers in developing gross motor skills, improving spatial awareness and establishing a love of physical activity and recreational play. Teacher-led songs and games will introduce structure, provide routine and promote focus. Caregivers help support and sport children to promote safe play.
This program taught by Adriana Donohue (Tuesdays & Wednesdays) and Cindy Sullivan (Thursdays).


Register now:  Tuesdays at 9:15    Tuesdays at 10:15                  Tuesdays at 11:15
Wednesdays at 9:15     Wednesdays at 10:15   Wednesdays at 11:15
 
Thursdays at 9:15   Thursdays at 10:15 Thursdays at 11:15

 

Little Groove Music (3 months-4 years)
These music classes are designed to help infants, toddlers and preschoolers learn and interact through sound, sight and touch in a live music setting. Children enjoy using their bodies and voices to sing along to catchy songs that help them build important motor and social skills. They will also have fun using real instruments such as drums, shakers and tambourines. Children also interact with puppets, bubbles, balls, pom poms, building blocks and one large parachute!
This program taught by by Dylan George on Tuesdays and Rose Kanj on Fridays.

Register now:        Tuesdays at 9:15     Tuesdays at 10:15     Tuesdays at 11:15      Tuesdays at 12:15
Fridays at 9:15 Fridays at 10:15 Fridays at 11:15
  

 

 

Members-Only Open Playgroup (6 months-4 years)


Member-only, drop-in

Come and spend a fun-filled afternoon with us in the Firehouse! Hill House members have access to this drop-in playgroup, where they can listen to music and meet other friends from the community while playing with some of our favorite toys. Come enjoy all the great play equipment we have on-site. We hope to see you there!
Facilitated by Adriana Donohue

Register now:  Thursdays 12:30 - 2:30

Mundo de Colores (12 months-3 years)

Art projects and crafts will help your little one learn simple Spanish phrases and colors. Mundo de Colores promotes development of hand-eye coordination, visual and fine motor skills through sequencing and arranging.  This class will also broaden awareness of colors, shapes, shades and textures.
This program taught by Adriana Donohue.

Register now: Fridays at 9:15

 

Musical Playdate (6 months-4 years)

Spend some quality time singing, playing, dancing and exploring with your little ones in this action-packed hour of toddler fun! Maggie Magner leads grown ups and kids in an engaging sequence of instrument play-alongs, freeze dancing, singing games, bubble time, motor skill fun and more.

Register now: February 11 at 10:00am

 

Music Together (0-5 years)

Have you ever wondered what you can do to nurture the musical growth of your child, regardless of fun your role can be! Our Music Together classes build on your Music Together own musical ability? Experience Music Together and find out how important and how your child's natural enthusiasm for music and movement. We'll help you provide your child with the basic musical skills needed to enjoy school and social musical activities, and to study an instrument should he or she choose to do so.
This program taught by Barbara C. DeFreitas.

Register now:    Mondays at 9:15                 Mondays at 10:15

Music Together logoMusic Together art& logo design © 1992-2014 Music Together LLC. Music Together is a registered trademark. Hill House, Inc. Is licensed by Music Together LLC. For more locations: www.musictogether.com - (800) 728-2692. 

 

Open Art (1-4 years)

Free for members; drop-in.
Enjoy doing arts & crafts without the stress of a weekly commitment! Explore various art stations and projects with different textures, materials and mediums! This is a great opportunity to meet new kids and families in the community. Under our warm, creative art staff's supervision, you and your child will get a taste of all the Hill House art program has to offer.
This program facilitated by Emily Ellis

Register now: Mondays from 1:00 to 3:00    Fridays from 1:00-3:00

 

Open Playgroup (6 months-4 years) 

 

Join us for playtime in a fun and open setting! This is a great opportunity to meet new kids and families in the community. Mats, toys, crayons, books, markers and music will be available each week at this free program, one of several benefits available to our broader Beacon Hill Community!
Facilitated by Adriana Donohue

Register now: Mondays at 11:30            Mondays at 12:15 
       Tuesdays 1:15-3:15         Wednesdays 1:00-3:00

 

 

Paint & Play (12 months-3 years)

Join us for a hands-on, messy class letting your child create and play through different types of art! They will interact with other children through dramatic and pretend play by using various textures, materials and mediums. Come ready to explore the world of art!
This program taught on Thursdays by Emily McCabe

 

Register now:  Mondays at 10:15                   Tuesdays at 10:15             
                            Wednesdays at 9:15               Wednesdays at 10:15
Thursdays at 9:15 Thursdays at 10:15                 Fridays at 10:15

 

Scribble & Squish (12-24 months)
Join us for a hands-on, messy class introducing your child to the world of art! Children will experiment with various materials and textures improving social skills, fine motor skills and sensory development.  Enjoy themed projects and activities every week including under the sea, transportation and weather!  Come ready to scribble, squeeze and squish!
This program taught by Emily McCabe and Adriana Donohue

Find Mundo de Colores, our Spanish vocab-building art class, under Foreign Language.

Register now: Mondays at 11:15              Wednesdays at 11:15            Fridays at 11:15

 

Tumble Time (2-4 years)

If you loved Jumping Jacks Gym but are ready for more, have we got a class for you! Tumble Time is structured for older toddlers and preschoolers to develop basic tumbling, motor and socialization skills along with positive personality traits including confidence and self-esteem. Tumble Time activities incorporate coordination, strength, flexibility and balance. Parent/caregivers interact with their child and assist in this class.
This program taught by Cindy Sullivan.

Register now: Fridays at 9:30 Fridays at 10:30

Vamos a Saltar! (1-4 years) 

Nurture your child's love of movement with his or her amazing capacity to learn new languages in Jumping Jacks Gym en Español. Learn the words for motions and body parts while singing songs and playing games in our amazing play space, all in Spanish The objective of this class is to foster a love for the . 
This program taught by Adriana Donohue.

Register now:  Mondays at 9:30  Mondays at 10:30 

 

 

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3 years old

 

 

Art of Cooking (3-5 years)

Whether your child is interested in becoming a head chef or simply creating a delicious snack, Art of Cooking is a wonderful opportunity to give your child a taste of creating in the kitchen! Connect your culinary explorer to old favorites and a few new things, too! In addition to yummy treats, children will also create their own cookbooks to take home at the end of the semester. Please note: this is a drop-off class. Participants must be potty-trained.
This program taught by Emily McCabe

Find Cocinar con Amigos, our Spanish vocab-building cooking class, under Foreign Language.

Register now:     Thursdays at 1:00   

 

Dads & Donuts (1-6 years)

9:30 am-11:30 am at the Firehouse
Join us for a morning of donuts and coffee (while supplies last) and play with all of our gym equipment! This is a great time for dads to have fun with their kids and meet other fathers in the area. FH Perry Builder will stop by at 10:00 am for a child-friendly building workshop in the art room!

Register now:  TBD

 

Friday Night Out (3-10 years)
6:15-9:15 pm
For one child: $30 for members, $35 for non-members 
For multiple children: $45 for members, $50 for non-members

Formerly Parents Night Out. Drop your kids off at their all-time favorite place while you enjoy an evening without your love-able junior family members in tow. Our night of structured fun, including art, active play and a family-friendly movie, will be supervised closely by the Hill House staff members your kids already know and love. Join us for a win-win experience: fun for the wee ones and a night off for our parents!

Waivers for Friday Night Out are due to Tori on the Thursday before the event in which your child is registered.
 
 

Register now:    March 2                        March 30                      April 20        May 18
One Child One Child One child                    One child
Two or more Two or more Two or more             Two or more

 

Jumping Jacks Gym (1-3 years)


Toddlers run, jump, crawl, roll and wiggle through activities encouraging sharing, basic socialization,  balance and coordination. Engaging equipment, such as a balance beam, bar, and parachute will aid toddlers in developing gross motor skills, improving spatial awareness and establishing a love of physical activity and recreational play. Teacher-led songs and games will introduce structure, provide routine and promote focus. Caregivers help support and sport children to promote safe play.
This program taught by Adriana Donohue (Tuesdays & Wednesdays) and Cindy Sullivan (Thursdays).


Register now:  Tuesdays at 9:15    Tuesdays at 10:15                  Tuesdays at 11:15
Wednesdays at 9:15     Wednesdays at 10:15   Wednesdays at 11:15
 
Thursdays at 9:15   Thursdays at 10:15 Thursdays at 11:15

Kiddie Karate (3-4 years)

 

Toddler-age children will benefit from exciting experiences with peers, while encouraging motor skill coordination, concentration, and self-confidence as they are introduced to the character and fundamentals of karate. Uniforms can be purchased on the first day of class from the instructor.
This program taught by Duane Lucia

Register now: Mondays at 3:30

 

Little Groove Music (3 months-4 years)
These music classes are designed to help infants, toddlers and preschoolers learn and interact through sound, sight and touch in a live music setting. Children enjoy using their bodies and voices to sing along to catchy songs that help them build important motor and social skills. They will also have fun using real instruments such as drums, shakers and tambourines. Children also interact with puppets, bubbles, balls, pom poms, building blocks and one large parachute!
This program taught by by Dylan George on Tuesdays and Rose Kanj on Fridays.

Register now:        Tuesdays at 9:15     Tuesdays at 10:15     Tuesdays at 11:15      Tuesdays at 12:15
Fridays at 9:15 Fridays at 10:15 Fridays at 11:15
  

 

 

Members-Only Open Playgroup (6 months-4 years)


Member-only, drop-in

Come and spend a fun-filled afternoon with us in the Firehouse! Hill House members have access to this drop-in playgroup, where they can listen to music and meet other friends from the community while playing with some of our favorite toys. Come enjoy all the great play equipment we have on-site. We hope to see you there!
Facilitated by Adriana Donohue

Register now:  Thursdays 12:30 - 2:30

 

 

Mundo de Colores (12 months-3 years)

Art projects and crafts will help your little one learn simple Spanish phrases and colors. Mundo de Colores promotes development of hand-eye coordination, visual and fine motor skills through sequencing and arranging.  This class will also broaden awareness of colors, shapes, shades and textures.
This program taught by Adriana Donohue.

Register now: Fridays at 9:15

 

Musical Playdate (6 months-4 years)

Spend some quality time singing, playing, dancing and exploring with your little ones in this action-packed hour of toddler fun! Maggie Magner leads grown ups and kids in an engaging sequence of instrument play-alongs, freeze dancing, singing games, bubble time, motor skill fun and more.

Register now: February 11 at 10:00am

 

Music Together (0-5 years)

Have you ever wondered what you can do to nurture the musical growth of your child, regardless of fun your role can be! Our Music Together classes build on your Music Together own musical ability? Experience Music Together and find out how important and how your child's natural enthusiasm for music and movement. We'll help you provide your child with the basic musical skills needed to enjoy school and social musical activities, and to study an instrument should he or she choose to do so.
This program taught by Barbara C. DeFreitas.

Register now:    Mondays at 9:15                 Mondays at 10:15

Music Together logoMusic Together art& logo design © 1992-2014 Music Together LLC. Music Together is a registered trademark. Hill House, Inc. Is licensed by Music Together LLC. For more locations: www.musictogether.com - (800) 728-2692. 

Open Art (1-4 years)

Free for members; drop-in.
Enjoy doing arts & crafts without the stress of a weekly commitment! Explore various art stations and projects with different textures, materials and mediums! This is a great opportunity to meet new kids and families in the community. Under our warm, creative art staff's supervision, you and your child will get a taste of all the Hill House art program has to offer.
This program facilitated by Emily Ellis

Register now: Mondays from 1:00 to 3:00    Fridays from 1:00-3:00

 

Open Playgroup (6 months-4 years) 

 

Join us for playtime in a fun and open setting! This is a great opportunity to meet new kids and families in the community. Mats, toys, crayons, books, markers and music will be available each week at this free program, one of several benefits available to our broader Beacon Hill Community!
Facilitated by Adriana Donohue

Register now: Mondays at 11:30            Mondays at 12:15 
       Tuesdays 1:15-3:15         Wednesdays 1:00-3:00

 

 

Paint & Play (12 months-3 years)

Join us for a hands-on, messy class letting your child create and play through different types of art! They will interact with other children through dramatic and pretend play by using various textures, materials and mediums. Come ready to explore the world of art!
This program taught on Thursdays by Emily McCabe

 

Register now:  Mondays at 10:15                   Tuesdays at 10:15             
                            Wednesdays at 9:15               Wednesdays at 10:15
Thursdays at 9:15 Thursdays at 10:15                 Fridays at 10:15

 

Preschool Picasso (3 - 5 years)

Wade into the art world and its most popular mediums: paint, clay, watercolors and solids. Pre-School Picasso will focus on pre-school related themes, activities and developmental goals. Participants will develop visual and fine motor skills, practice sequencing and arranging, gain a more detailed awareness of colors, shapes, shades, textures and practice healthy decision-making techniques. Please note: this is a drop-off class. All participants must be potty-trained.
This program is taught by Adriana Donohue

Register now: Wednesday at 1:30

 

Science Experiment Explorers (3-5 years)

 

Your curious scientist will exposed to all sorts of experiments in this class! Learn how clouds are formed and watch a rainstorm in a bottle.  They will observe what happens when vinegar and baking soda combine, discuss density as we see which objects sink or float. Look forward to getting your hands messy as we explore all that science has to offer! Please note: this is a drop-off class. All participants must be potty-trained.

This program taught by Adriana Donohue.

Register now: Mondays at 3:15

 

 

Storybook STEM (3-5 years)

Begin your child’s exploration into STEM through a fun, creative story based exploration of engineering and much more. Solve problems and test out “what ifs” from your favorite stories! With different stories and age appropriate tasks each week your little one will be amazed what they can achieve.  
This program taught by Chelsea Evered.

Register now: Tuesdays at 3:30

 

Tap & Tumbling (3-4 years)

This class introduces our youngest dancers to the tap & tumbling world while having fun in a relaxed atmosphere. This 45 minute drop-off class for your tiny three year old dancer will start off with tap basics and end with tumble time!  Tappers will learn to recognize rhythm and explore their inner beat while tumblers will use the mats to roll, skip and jump. Please note: This is a drop-off class. All participants must be potty-trained.
This program taught by Allison Sheff.

Register now: Tuesdays at 3:30

Toddler Storybook Ballet (3-4 years)


Storytelling and pre-ballet instruction combine to create fairy tale-inspired classes full of adventure and fun. Proper classroom etiquette gives children a foundation for learning ballet basics. Join us for one of our most popular Hill House dance classes! Please note: this is a drop-off class. All participants must be potty-trained.
This program taught by Allison Sheff.

Register now: Thursdays at 3:30

 

Tumble Time (2-4 years)

If you loved Jumping Jacks Gym but are ready for more, have we got a class for you! Tumble Time is structured for older toddlers and preschoolers to develop basic tumbling, motor and socialization skills along with positive personality traits including confidence and self-esteem. Tumble Time activities incorporate coordination, strength, flexibility and balance. Parent/caregivers interact with their child and assist in this class.
This program taught by Cindy Sullivan.

Register now: Fridays at 9:30 Fridays at 10:30

Vamos a Saltar! (1-4 years) 

Nurture your child's love of movement with his or her amazing capacity to learn new languages in Jumping Jacks Gym en Español. Learn the words for motions and body parts while singing songs and playing games in our amazing play space, all in Spanish The objective of this class is to foster a love for the . 
This program taught by Adriana Donohue.

Register now:  Mondays at 9:30  Mondays at 10:30 

 

 

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4 years old

 

Art of Cooking (3-5 years)

Whether your child is interested in becoming a head chef or simply creating a delicious snack, Art of Cooking is a wonderful opportunity to give your child a taste of creating in the kitchen! Connect your culinary explorer to old favorites and a few new things, too! In addition to yummy treats, children will also create their own cookbooks to take home at the end of the semester. Please note: this is a drop-off class. Participants must be potty-trained.
This program taught by Emily McCabe

Find Cocinar con Amigos, our Spanish vocab-building cooking class, under Foreign Language.

Register now:     Thursdays at 1:00   

Art Travelers (4-5 years)
Curious about other countries? Dying to make structures like the Eiffel Tower? Itching to introduce your little artist to famous works from the Impressionist and Renaissance periods? Join us in the art room to discover the different styles, techniques and places of Europe. Focusing mainly on Venice and Paris, we will use watercolors as we explore the Venetian canals, make sculptures that mimic famous buildings and use oil pastels as we learn how to sketch skylines of far-away spaces. Caregivers are encourages to stay with their child and be involved in the class. 
This program taught by Jenn Sherr.

Register now: Tuesdays at 4:30

Cocinar con Amigos (4-6 years)

Join us in the kitchen for a sizzling class all about the colorful culture and delicious foods of Latin America! While strengthening their Spanish vocabulary, students will learn safe kitchen practices as they create classic dishes that range from familiar to exotic. Please note: this is a drop-off class. All participants must be potty-trained.
This program taught by Adriana Donohue.

Register now: Thursdays at 4:15 Thursdays at 5:15

Dads & Donuts (1-6 years)

9:30 am-11:30 am at the Firehouse
Join us for a morning of donuts and coffee (while supplies last) and play with all of our gym equipment! This is a great time for dads to have fun with their kids and meet other fathers in the area. FH Perry Builder will stop by at 10:00 am for a child-friendly building workshop in the art room!

Register now:  TBD

Friday Night Out (3-10 years)
6:15-9:15 pm
For one child: $30 for members, $35 for non-members 
For multiple children: $45 for members, $50 for non-members

Formerly Parents Night Out. Drop your kids off at their all-time favorite place while you enjoy an evening without your love-able junior family members in tow. Our night of structured fun, including art, active play and a family-friendly movie, will be supervised closely by the Hill House staff members your kids already know and love. Join us for a win-win experience: fun for the wee ones and a night off for our parents!

Waivers for Friday Night Out are due to Tori on the Thursday before the event in which your child is registered.
 
 

Register now:    March 2                        March 30                      April 20        May 18
One Child One Child One child                    One child
Two or more Two or more Two or more             Two or more

 

Kiddie Karate (3-4 years)

Toddler-age children will benefit from exciting experiences with peers, while encouraging motor skill coordination, concentration, and self-confidence as they are introduced to the character and fundamentals of karate. Uniforms can be purchased on the first day of class from the instructor.
This program taught by Duane Lucia

Register now: Mondays at 3:30

 

Little Groove Music (3 months-4 years)
These music classes are designed to help infants, toddlers and preschoolers learn and interact through sound, sight and touch in a live music setting. Children enjoy using their bodies and voices to sing along to catchy songs that help them build important motor and social skills. They will also have fun using real instruments such as drums, shakers and tambourines. Children also interact with puppets, bubbles, balls, pom poms, building blocks and one large parachute!
This program taught by by Dylan George on Tuesdays and Rose Kanj on Fridays.

Register now:        Tuesdays at 9:15     Tuesdays at 10:15     Tuesdays at 11:15      Tuesdays at 12:15
Fridays at 9:15 Fridays at 10:15 Fridays at 11:15
  

 

 

Members-Only Open Playgroup (6 months-4 years)


Member-only, drop-in

Come and spend a fun-filled afternoon with us in the Firehouse! Hill House members have access to this drop-in playgroup, where they can listen to music and meet other friends from the community while playing with some of our favorite toys. Come enjoy all the great play equipment we have on-site. We hope to see you there!
Facilitated by Adriana Donohue

Register now:  Thursdays 12:30 - 2:30

 

Musical Playdate (6 months-4 years)

Spend some quality time singing, playing, dancing and exploring with your little ones in this action-packed hour of toddler fun! Maggie Magner leads grown ups and kids in an engaging sequence of instrument play-alongs, freeze dancing, singing games, bubble time, motor skill fun and more.

Register now: February 11 at 10:00am

 

Music Together (0-5 years)

Have you ever wondered what you can do to nurture the musical growth of your child, regardless of fun your role can be! Our Music Together classes build on your Music Together own musical ability? Experience Music Together and find out how important and how your child's natural enthusiasm for music and movement. We'll help you provide your child with the basic musical skills needed to enjoy school and social musical activities, and to study an instrument should he or she choose to do so.
This program taught by Barbara C. DeFreitas.

Register now:    Mondays at 9:15                 Mondays at 10:15

Music Together logoMusic Together art& logo design © 1992-2014 Music Together LLC. Music Together is a registered trademark. Hill House, Inc. Is licensed by Music Together LLC. For more locations: www.musictogether.com - (800) 728-2692. 

 

Open Art (1-4 years)

Free for members; drop-in.
Enjoy doing arts & crafts without the stress of a weekly commitment! Explore various art stations and projects with different textures, materials and mediums! This is a great opportunity to meet new kids and families in the community. Under our warm, creative art staff's supervision, you and your child will get a taste of all the Hill House art program has to offer.
This program facilitated by Emily Ellis

Register now: Mondays from 1:00 to 3:00    Fridays from 1:00-3:00

 

Open Playgroup (6 months-4 years) 

 

Join us for playtime in a fun and open setting! This is a great opportunity to meet new kids and families in the community. Mats, toys, crayons, books, markers and music will be available each week at this free program, one of several benefits available to our broader Beacon Hill Community!
Facilitated by Adriana Donohue

Register now: Mondays at 11:30            Mondays at 12:15 
       Tuesdays 1:15-3:15         Wednesdays 1:00-3:00

 

Preschool Picasso (3 - 5 years)

Wade into the art world and its most popular mediums: paint, clay, watercolors and solids. Pre-School Picasso will focus on pre-school related themes, activities and developmental goals. Participants will develop visual and fine motor skills, practice sequencing and arranging, gain a more detailed awareness of colors, shapes, shades, textures and practice healthy decision-making techniques. Please note: this is a drop-off class. All participants must be potty-trained.
This program is taught by Adriana Donohue

Register now: Wednesday at 1:30

 

Science Experiment Explorers (3-5 years)

 

Your curious scientist will exposed to all sorts of experiments in this class! Learn how clouds are formed and watch a rainstorm in a bottle.  They will observe what happens when vinegar and baking soda combine, discuss density as we see which objects sink or float. Look forward to getting your hands messy as we explore all that science has to offer! Please note: this is a drop-off class. All participants must be potty-trained.

This program taught by Adriana Donohue.

Register now: Mondays at 3:15

Storybook Ballet (4-6 years)

Storytelling and pre-ballet instruction combine to create fairy tale-inspired classes full of adventure and fun. Proper classroom etiquette gives children a foundation for learning ballet basics. Join us for one of our most popular Hill House dance classes! Please note: this is a drop-off class. All participants must be potty-trained.
This program taught by Allison Sheff

Register now:    Wednesdays at 4:15                   Thursdays at 4:30

Storybook STEM (3-5 years)

Begin your child’s exploration into STEM through a fun, creative story based exploration of engineering and much more. Solve problems and test out “what ifs” from your favorite stories! With different stories and age appropriate tasks each week your little one will be amazed what they can achieve.  
This program taught by Chelsea Evered.

Register now: Tuesdays at 3:30

 

Tap & Tumbling (3-4 years)

This class introduces our youngest dancers to the tap & tumbling world while having fun in a relaxed atmosphere. This 45 minute drop-off class for your tiny three year old dancer will start off with tap basics and end with tumble time!  Tappers will learn to recognize rhythm and explore their inner beat while tumblers will use the mats to roll, skip and jump. Please note: This is a drop-off class. All participants must be potty-trained.
This program taught by Allison Sheff.

Register now: Tuesdays at 3:30

Toddler Storybook Ballet (3-4 years)


Storytelling and pre-ballet instruction combine to create fairy tale-inspired classes full of adventure and fun. Proper classroom etiquette gives children a foundation for learning ballet basics. Join us for one of our most popular Hill House dance classes! Please note: this is a drop-off class. All participants must be potty-trained.
This program taught by Allison Sheff.

Register now: Thursdays at 3:30

 

Tumble Time (2-4 years)

If you loved Jumping Jacks Gym but are ready for more, have we got a class for you! Tumble Time is structured for older toddlers and preschoolers to develop basic tumbling, motor and socialization skills along with positive personality traits including confidence and self-esteem. Tumble Time activities incorporate coordination, strength, flexibility and balance. Parent/caregivers interact with their child and assist in this class.
This program taught by Cindy Sullivan.

Register now: Fridays at 9:30 Fridays at 10:30

Vamos a Saltar! (1-4 years) 

Nurture your child's love of movement with his or her amazing capacity to learn new languages in Jumping Jacks Gym en Español. Learn the words for motions and body parts while singing songs and playing games in our amazing play space, all in Spanish The objective of this class is to foster a love for the . 
This program taught by Adriana Donohue.

Register now:  Mondays at 9:30  Mondays at 10:30 

 

 

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5 years old

 

Art of Cooking (3-5 years)

Whether your child is interested in becoming a head chef or simply creating a delicious snack, Art of Cooking is a wonderful opportunity to give your child a taste of creating in the kitchen! Connect your culinary explorer to old favorites and a few new things, too! In addition to yummy treats, children will also create their own cookbooks to take home at the end of the semester. Please note: this is a drop-off class. Participants must be potty-trained.
This program taught by Emily McCabe

Find Cocinar con Amigos, our Spanish vocab-building cooking class, under Foreign Language.

Register now:     Thursdays at 1:00   

Art Travelers (4-5 years)
Curious about other countries? Dying to make structures like the Eiffel Tower? Itching to introduce your little artist to famous works from the Impressionist and Renaissance periods? Join us in the art room to discover the different styles, techniques and places of Europe. Focusing mainly on Venice and Paris, we will use watercolors as we explore the Venetian canals, make sculptures that mimic famous buildings and use oil pastels as we learn how to sketch skylines of far-away spaces. Caregivers are encourages to stay with their child and be involved in the class. 
This program taught by Jenn Sherr.

Register now: Tuesdays at 4:30

Beginner Fencing (5-12 years)

 

Participants will be introduced to the rules of the sport, the parts of the foil, how to hold the foil and the on-guard stance. Instructors will demonstrate basic footwork, the target area for foil, basic attacks and preparations for attacks and defenses. Our weekly meetings will include practicing each of these introductory techniques. The beginner course touches upon common technical fencing terms such as piste, parry, riposte, etc. Safety in fencing is emphasized throughout the course. After taking a year of fencing at the beginner level, students will be considered for the intermediate level.
This program taught by Fritz Chang.

Register now: Mondays at 5:30

 

Beginner Karate (5-6 years)

Karate

Beginner Karate focuses on rule-play and trusting that three basic rules will ensure a safe martial arts experience! Children will learn the most basic dojo (training hall) etiquette: how to bow and how to listen with
their eyes. Attentive practice will keep students aware of their surroundings and fellow students as they begin to learn the basics of sparring in relation to defending themselves. Raising their hand to speak, or demonstrating the Statue of Liberty, gives them a lot of power and a voice in the class. 
This program taught by Duane Lucia.

Register now:  Mondays at 4:30   Tuesdays at 3:30

Cocinar con Amigos (4-6 years)

Join us in the kitchen for a sizzling class all about the colorful culture and delicious foods of Latin America! While strengthening their Spanish vocabulary, students will learn safe kitchen practices as they create classic dishes that range from familiar to exotic. Please note: this is a drop-off class. All participants must be potty-trained.
This program taught by Adriana Donohue.

Register now: Thursdays at 4:15 Thursdays at 5:15

Dads & Donuts (1-6 years)

9:30 am-11:30 am at the Firehouse
Join us for a morning of donuts and coffee (while supplies last) and play with all of our gym equipment! This is a great time for dads to have fun with their kids and meet other fathers in the area. FH Perry Builder will stop by at 10:00 am for a child-friendly building workshop in the art room!

Register now:  TBD

Friday Night Out (3-10 years)
6:15-9:15 pm
For one child: $30 for members, $35 for non-members 
For multiple children: $45 for members, $50 for non-members

Formerly Parents Night Out. Drop your kids off at their all-time favorite place while you enjoy an evening without your love-able junior family members in tow. Our night of structured fun, including art, active play and a family-friendly movie, will be supervised closely by the Hill House staff members your kids already know and love. Join us for a win-win experience: fun for the wee ones and a night off for our parents!

Waivers for Friday Night Out are due to Tori on the Thursday before the event in which your child is registered.
 
 

Register now:    March 2                        March 30                      April 20        May 18
One Child One Child One child                    One child
Two or more Two or more Two or more             Two or more

Musical Theater Dance (5-7 years)

Telling a story through song and dance is what musical theater is all about. In this class children will use their imaginations to tell some of their favorite stories. Musical Theater encompasses all forms of dance including tap, jazz, ballet, ballroom and hip hop. Each week we will explore a different style of dance using both the contemporary and classic musical theater catalog.
This program taught by Allison Sheff

Register now: Tuesdays at 4:15

Music Together (0-5 years)

Have you ever wondered what you can do to nurture the musical growth of your child, regardless of fun your role can be! Our Music Together classes build on your Music Together own musical ability? Experience Music Together and find out how important and how your child's natural enthusiasm for music and movement. We'll help you provide your child with the basic musical skills needed to enjoy school and social musical activities, and to study an instrument should he or she choose to do so.
This program taught by Barbara C. DeFreitas.

Register now:    Mondays at 9:15                 Mondays at 10:15

Music Together logoMusic Together art& logo design © 1992-2014 Music Together LLC. Music Together is a registered trademark. Hill House, Inc. Is licensed by Music Together LLC. For more locations: www.musictogether.com - (800) 728-2692. 

Preschool Picasso (3 - 5 years)

Wade into the art world and its most popular mediums: paint, clay, watercolors and solids. Pre-School Picasso will focus on pre-school related themes, activities and developmental goals. Participants will develop visual and fine motor skills, practice sequencing and arranging, gain a more detailed awareness of colors, shapes, shades, textures and practice healthy decision-making techniques. Please note: this is a drop-off class. All participants must be potty-trained.
This program is taught by Adriana Donohue

Register now: Wednesday at 1:30

 

Science Experiment Explorers (3-5 years)

Your curious scientist will exposed to all sorts of experiments in this class! Learn how clouds are formed and watch a rainstorm in a bottle.  They will observe what happens when vinegar and baking soda combine, discuss density as we see which objects sink or float. Look forward to getting your hands messy as we explore all that science has to offer! Please note: this is a drop-off class. All participants must be potty-trained.

This program taught by Adriana Donohue.

Register now: Mondays at 3:15

 

 

Storybook Ballet (4-6 years)

Storytelling and pre-ballet instruction combine to create fairy tale-inspired classes full of adventure and fun. Proper classroom etiquette gives children a foundation for learning ballet basics. Join us for one of our most popular Hill House dance classes! Please note: this is a drop-off class. All participants must be potty-trained.
This program taught by Allison Sheff

Register now:    Wednesdays at 4:15                   Thursdays at 4:30

Storybook STEM (3-5 years)

Begin your child’s exploration into STEM through a fun, creative story based exploration of engineering and much more. Solve problems and test out “what ifs” from your favorite stories! With different stories and age appropriate tasks each week your little one will be amazed what they can achieve.  
This program taught by Chelsea Evered.

Register now: Tuesdays at 3:30

 

 


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6 years old

 

Art & Hearts Workshop (6-12 years)
Get ready to put your heart into your art! Come spend your Sunday creating love filled treats, cards and crafts for those special to you! Get ready to draw, design and decorate! 
This program taught by Emily McCabe

Register now: Sunday February 11, 2018  1:00-2:30

 

Beginner Fencing (5-12 years)

 

Participants will be introduced to the rules of the sport, the parts of the foil, how to hold the foil and the on-guard stance. Instructors will demonstrate basic footwork, the target area for foil, basic attacks and preparations for attacks and defenses. Our weekly meetings will include practicing each of these introductory techniques. The beginner course touches upon common technical fencing terms such as piste, parry, riposte, etc. Safety in fencing is emphasized throughout the course. After taking a year of fencing at the beginner level, students will be considered for the intermediate level.
This program taught by Fritz Chang.

Register now: Mondays at 5:30

 

Beginner Karate (5-6 years)

Karate

Beginner Karate focuses on rule-play and trusting that three basic rules will ensure a safe martial arts experience! Children will learn the most basic dojo (training hall) etiquette: how to bow and how to listen with
their eyes. Attentive practice will keep students aware of their surroundings and fellow students as they begin to learn the basics of sparring in relation to defending themselves. Raising their hand to speak, or demonstrating the Statue of Liberty, gives them a lot of power and a voice in the class. 
This program taught by Duane Lucia.

Register now:  Mondays at 4:30   Tuesdays at 3:30

 

Chess I & II (6-12 years)

 

This class concentrates on sharpening participants' understanding of the fundamentals of chess while learning specific offensive and defensive strategies. Players will enjoy the competition and sportsmanship of playing classmates and may challenge their instructor, a world chess master!
This program taught by Vadim Martirosov.

Register now: Mondays at 4:45

 

Clay Creations (6-8 years)
This class will encourage your young artist to expand their creativity and explore the world of clay through both practical and decorative art.  These projects will encourage each student to bring their creativity to life in 3D! Come ready to design, mold and create!
This program taught by Emily McCabe

Register now: Thursdays at 4:45

 

 

Cocinar con Amigos (4-6 years)

Join us in the kitchen for a sizzling class all about the colorful culture and delicious foods of Latin America! While strengthening their Spanish vocabulary, students will learn safe kitchen practices as they create classic dishes that range from familiar to exotic. Please note: this is a drop-off class. All participants must be potty-trained.
This program taught by Adriana Donohue.

Register now: Thursdays at 4:15 Thursdays at 5:15

Dads & Donuts (1-6 years)

9:30 am-11:30 am at the Firehouse
Join us for a morning of donuts and coffee (while supplies last) and play with all of our gym equipment! This is a great time for dads to have fun with their kids and meet other fathers in the area. FH Perry Builder will stop by at 10:00 am for a child-friendly building workshop in the art room!

Register now:  TBD

Friday Night Out (3-10 years)
6:15-9:15 pm
For one child: $30 for members, $35 for non-members 
For multiple children: $45 for members, $50 for non-members

Formerly Parents Night Out. Drop your kids off at their all-time favorite place while you enjoy an evening without your love-able junior family members in tow. Our night of structured fun, including art, active play and a family-friendly movie, will be supervised closely by the Hill House staff members your kids already know and love. Join us for a win-win experience: fun for the wee ones and a night off for our parents!

Waivers for Friday Night Out are due to Tori on the Thursday before the event in which your child is registered.
 
 

Register now:    March 2                        March 30                      April 20        May 18
One Child One Child One child                    One child
Two or more Two or more Two or more             Two or more

Mind Your Manners:

Beyond Please & Thank You Session I (6-9 years)
This fun and unique class will help strengthen your child's social skills and heighten their awareness of manners and self-presentation. Furthermore, we will work with them to improve their ability to manage their own behavior at home, at school, on play dates and in restaurants. Students will learn by enjaging in role-playing activities, class participation and improvisation. The second to last class is held at a local upscale restaurant where students practice and perfect their newly acquired skills while participating in a four-course meal! Please note, class will not take place at the regularly scheduled space on that day.

The curriculum covers a wide array of etiquette topics including: 

  • Basic manners review and introduction
  • Family etiquette: being kind to your siblings and parents
  • Good guest etiquette: social cues, proper meeting and greeting, presents
  • Hospitable host etiquette: invitations and writing a meaningful thank you note
  • Out-on-the-town manners
  • Table manners, proper use of utensils and table setting
  • Table manners practice class at a restaurant over a multi-course meal
  • Certificate ceremony and program review in front of parents on last day

This program taught by Ms. Pejic.


Register now: Wednesdays at 4:30

Please note: To help shape the curriculum of this program, the instructor asks that the parents of every participant fill out this assessment form prior to the first class of the semester. 

 

 

Musical Theatre & Arts (6-9 years)

Explore the art of musical theatre, set and costume design! Half of this class will be spent in our Performance Hall (the Main Assembly Room, of course!) learning lines and songs, blocking and choreography. Next, participants will travel up to the art room, where they'll work to create backdrops, props, and other inspired works of art to complement their theatrical work. This class culminates in a final performance worthy of a Tony Award!
This program taught by Emily McCabe (art) and Chelsea Evered (theatre).

Register now: Wednesdays 4:00-5:30pm

Musical Theater Dance (5-7 years)

Telling a story through song and dance is what musical theater is all about. In this class children will use their imaginations to tell some of their favorite stories. Musical Theater encompasses all forms of dance including tap, jazz, ballet, ballroom and hip hop. Each week we will explore a different style of dance using both the contemporary and classic musical theater catalog.
This program taught by Allison Sheff

Register now: Tuesdays at 4:15

Private Music Lessons (6 years-12 years)

Our private music lessons provide your child with one-on-one music instruction. Gifted piano, guitar, violin and percussion teachers work to cultivate skills and foster your child's love of music by incorporating requests and popular music along with the classics during lesson times

Piano & violin instructed by Melanie Maz. View violin resources and piano resources.
Guitar instructed by Jonas Kublickas.

Spaces may be available | Call (617) 227-5838 ext. 14 to inquire about availability

 

STEM Investigators (6-9 years)

Explore, in a scientific manner, issues from around the world and work on solutions through fun and thought-provoking experiments. Using a mixture of STEM practices, children will work together to build skills, think broadly and enjoy solving problems. The real world aspects will open children's horizons to global thinking.

This program taught by Chelsea Evered.

Register now: Tuesdays at 4:30

Storybook Ballet (4-6 years)

Storytelling and pre-ballet instruction combine to create fairy tale-inspired classes full of adventure and fun. Proper classroom etiquette gives children a foundation for learning ballet basics. Join us for one of our most popular Hill House dance classes! Please note: this is a drop-off class. All participants must be potty-trained.
This program taught by Allison Sheff

Register now:    Wednesdays at 4:15                   Thursdays at 4:30

 

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7 years old

 

Art & Hearts Workshop (6-12 years)
Get ready to put your heart into your art! Come spend your Sunday creating love filled treats, cards and crafts for those special to you! Get ready to draw, design and decorate! 
This program taught by Emily McCabe

Register now: Sunday February 11, 2018  1:00-2:30

 

Beginner Fencing (5-12 years)

 

Participants will be introduced to the rules of the sport, the parts of the foil, how to hold the foil and the on-guard stance. Instructors will demonstrate basic footwork, the target area for foil, basic attacks and preparations for attacks and defenses. Our weekly meetings will include practicing each of these introductory techniques. The beginner course touches upon common technical fencing terms such as piste, parry, riposte, etc. Safety in fencing is emphasized throughout the course. After taking a year of fencing at the beginner level, students will be considered for the intermediate level.
This program taught by Fritz Chang.

Register now: Mondays at 5:30

Chess I & II (6-12 years)

 

This class concentrates on sharpening participants' understanding of the fundamentals of chess while learning specific offensive and defensive strategies. Players will enjoy the competition and sportsmanship of playing classmates and may challenge their instructor, a world chess master!
This program taught by Vadim Martirosov.

Register now: Mondays at 4:45

Clay Creations (6-8 years)
This class will encourage your young artist to expand their creativity and explore the world of clay through both practical and decorative art.  These projects will encourage each student to bring their creativity to life in 3D! Come ready to design, mold and create!
This program taught by Emily McCabe

Register now: Thursdays at 4:45

Friday Night Out (3-10 years)
6:15-9:15 pm
For one child: $30 for members, $35 for non-members 
For multiple children: $45 for members, $50 for non-members

Formerly Parents Night Out. Drop your kids off at their all-time favorite place while you enjoy an evening without your love-able junior family members in tow. Our night of structured fun, including art, active play and a family-friendly movie, will be supervised closely by the Hill House staff members your kids already know and love. Join us for a win-win experience: fun for the wee ones and a night off for our parents!

Waivers for Friday Night Out are due to Tori on the Thursday before the event in which your child is registered.
 
 

Register now:    March 2                        March 30                      April 20        May 18
One Child One Child One child                    One child
Two or more Two or more Two or more             Two or more

Intermediate/Advanced Fencing (7-12 years)

 

This program builds upon all beginner instruction, and are most valuable when taken after the completion of one year of Beginner Fencing. Safety and sportsmanship, as always, are emphasized throughout the program. Compound attacks and technical terms associated with more advanced fencing moves will be introduced as students develop technique and understanding of the sport. If time allows, members of the class will participate in bouting: practicing with electrical fencing equipment. This practice will allow fellow students to learn score-keeping and refereeing. If students consistently continue with this program, they will have the chance to compete in a fencing tournament that follows the US Fencing guidelines.
This program taught by Fritz Chang.

Register now: Mondays at 6:30

 

Intermediate Karate (7-12 years)

At this level, with some practice under their belt, students know that the rules are in place to protect them. Respect has taught them caution. Participants understand eye-contact as a method of communication. At this level, students will continue to practice sparring and the benefits of self-defense as they begin to earn stripes and different color belts and practice goal-setting and obtainment. 
This program taught by Duane Lucia.

Register now: Tuesdays at 4:30 

Mind Your Manners:

Beyond Please & Thank You Session I (6-9 years)
This fun and unique class will help strengthen your child's social skills and heighten their awareness of manners and self-presentation. Furthermore, we will work with them to improve their ability to manage their own behavior at home, at school, on play dates and in restaurants. Students will learn by enjaging in role-playing activities, class participation and improvisation. The second to last class is held at a local upscale restaurant where students practice and perfect their newly acquired skills while participating in a four-course meal! Please note, class will not take place at the regularly scheduled space on that day.

The curriculum covers a wide array of etiquette topics including: 

  • Basic manners review and introduction
  • Family etiquette: being kind to your siblings and parents
  • Good guest etiquette: social cues, proper meeting and greeting, presents
  • Hospitable host etiquette: invitations and writing a meaningful thank you note
  • Out-on-the-town manners
  • Table manners, proper use of utensils and table setting
  • Table manners practice class at a restaurant over a multi-course meal
  • Certificate ceremony and program review in front of parents on last day

This program taught by Ms. Pejic.


Register now: Wednesdays at 4:30

Please note: To help shape the curriculum of this program, the instructor asks that the parents of every participant fill out this assessment form prior to the first class of the semester. 

 

 

Musical Theatre & Arts (6-9 years)

Explore the art of musical theatre, set and costume design! Half of this class will be spent in our Performance Hall (the Main Assembly Room, of course!) learning lines and songs, blocking and choreography. Next, participants will travel up to the art room, where they'll work to create backdrops, props, and other inspired works of art to complement their theatrical work. This class culminates in a final performance worthy of a Tony Award!
This program taught by Emily McCabe (art) and Chelsea Evered (theatre).

Register now: Wednesdays 4:00-5:30pm

Musical Theater Dance (5-7 years)

Telling a story through song and dance is what musical theater is all about. In this class children will use their imaginations to tell some of their favorite stories. Musical Theater encompasses all forms of dance including tap, jazz, ballet, ballroom and hip hop. Each week we will explore a different style of dance using both the contemporary and classic musical theater catalog.
This program taught by Allison Sheff

Register now: Tuesdays at 4:15

Private Music Lessons (6 years-12 years)

Our private music lessons provide your child with one-on-one music instruction. Gifted piano, guitar, violin and percussion teachers work to cultivate skills and foster your child's love of music by incorporating requests and popular music along with the classics during lesson times

Piano & violin instructed by Melanie Maz. View violin resources and piano resources.
Guitar instructed by Jonas Kublickas.

Spaces may be available | Call (617) 227-5838 ext. 14 to inquire about availability

 

STEM Investigators (6-9 years)

Explore, in a scientific manner, issues from around the world and work on solutions through fun and thought-provoking experiments. Using a mixture of STEM practices, children will work together to build skills, think broadly and enjoy solving problems. The real world aspects will open children's horizons to global thinking.

This program taught by Chelsea Evered.

Register now: Tuesdays at 4:30

 

 

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8 years old

 

Art & Hearts Workshop (6-12 years)
Get ready to put your heart into your art! Come spend your Sunday creating love filled treats, cards and crafts for those special to you! Get ready to draw, design and decorate! 
This program taught by Emily McCabe

Register now: Sunday February 11, 2018  1:00-2:30

 

Beginner Fencing (5-12 years)

 

Participants will be introduced to the rules of the sport, the parts of the foil, how to hold the foil and the on-guard stance. Instructors will demonstrate basic footwork, the target area for foil, basic attacks and preparations for attacks and defenses. Our weekly meetings will include practicing each of these introductory techniques. The beginner course touches upon common technical fencing terms such as piste, parry, riposte, etc. Safety in fencing is emphasized throughout the course. After taking a year of fencing at the beginner level, students will be considered for the intermediate level.
This program taught by Fritz Chang.

Register now: Mondays at 5:30

Chess I & II (6-12 years)

 

This class concentrates on sharpening participants' understanding of the fundamentals of chess while learning specific offensive and defensive strategies. Players will enjoy the competition and sportsmanship of playing classmates and may challenge their instructor, a world chess master!
This program taught by Vadim Martirosov.

Register now: Mondays at 4:45

Clay Creations (6-8 years)
This class will encourage your young artist to expand their creativity and explore the world of clay through both practical and decorative art.  These projects will encourage each student to bring their creativity to life in 3D! Come ready to design, mold and create!
This program taught by Emily McCabe

Register now: Thursdays at 4:45

Friday Night Out (3-10 years)
6:15-9:15 pm
For one child: $30 for members, $35 for non-members 
For multiple children: $45 for members, $50 for non-members

Formerly Parents Night Out. Drop your kids off at their all-time favorite place while you enjoy an evening without your love-able junior family members in tow. Our night of structured fun, including art, active play and a family-friendly movie, will be supervised closely by the Hill House staff members your kids already know and love. Join us for a win-win experience: fun for the wee ones and a night off for our parents!

Waivers for Friday Night Out are due to Tori on the Thursday before the event in which your child is registered.
 
 

Register now:    March 2                        March 30                      April 20        May 18
One Child One Child One child                    One child
Two or more Two or more Two or more             Two or more

Intermediate/Advanced Fencing (7-12 years)

 

This program builds upon all beginner instruction, and are most valuable when taken after the completion of one year of Beginner Fencing. Safety and sportsmanship, as always, are emphasized throughout the program. Compound attacks and technical terms associated with more advanced fencing moves will be introduced as students develop technique and understanding of the sport. If time allows, members of the class will participate in bouting: practicing with electrical fencing equipment. This practice will allow fellow students to learn score-keeping and refereeing. If students consistently continue with this program, they will have the chance to compete in a fencing tournament that follows the US Fencing guidelines.
This program taught by Fritz Chang.

Register now: Mondays at 6:30

Intermediate Karate (7-12 years)

 

At this level, with some practice under their belt, students know that the rules are in place to protect them. Respect has taught them caution. Participants understand eye-contact as a method of communication. At this level, students will continue to practice sparring and the benefits of self-defense as they begin to earn stripes and different color belts and practice goal-setting and obtainment. 
This program taught by Duane Lucia.

Register now: Tuesdays at 4:30 

Mind Your Manners:

Beyond Please & Thank You Session I (6-9 years)
This fun and unique class will help strengthen your child's social skills and heighten their awareness of manners and self-presentation. Furthermore, we will work with them to improve their ability to manage their own behavior at home, at school, on play dates and in restaurants. Students will learn by enjaging in role-playing activities, class participation and improvisation. The second to last class is held at a local upscale restaurant where students practice and perfect their newly acquired skills while participating in a four-course meal! Please note, class will not take place at the regularly scheduled space on that day.

The curriculum covers a wide array of etiquette topics including: 

  • Basic manners review and introduction
  • Family etiquette: being kind to your siblings and parents
  • Good guest etiquette: social cues, proper meeting and greeting, presents
  • Hospitable host etiquette: invitations and writing a meaningful thank you note
  • Out-on-the-town manners
  • Table manners, proper use of utensils and table setting
  • Table manners practice class at a restaurant over a multi-course meal
  • Certificate ceremony and program review in front of parents on last day

This program taught by Ms. Pejic.


Register now: Wednesdays at 4:30

Please note: To help shape the curriculum of this program, the instructor asks that the parents of every participant fill out this assessment form prior to the first class of the semester. 

 

 

Musical Theatre & Arts (6-9 years)

Explore the art of musical theatre, set and costume design! Half of this class will be spent in our Performance Hall (the Main Assembly Room, of course!) learning lines and songs, blocking and choreography. Next, participants will travel up to the art room, where they'll work to create backdrops, props, and other inspired works of art to complement their theatrical work. This class culminates in a final performance worthy of a Tony Award!
This program taught by Emily McCabe (art) and Chelsea Evered (theatre).

Register now: Wednesdays 4:00-5:30pm

Private Music Lessons (6 years-12 years)

Our private music lessons provide your child with one-on-one music instruction. Gifted piano, guitar, violin and percussion teachers work to cultivate skills and foster your child's love of music by incorporating requests and popular music along with the classics during lesson times

Piano & violin instructed by Melanie Maz. View violin resources and piano resources.
Guitar instructed by Jonas Kublickas.

Spaces may be available | Call (617) 227-5838 ext. 14 to inquire about availability

STEM Investigators (6-9 years)

Explore, in a scientific manner, issues from around the world and work on solutions through fun and thought-provoking experiments. Using a mixture of STEM practices, children will work together to build skills, think broadly and enjoy solving problems. The real world aspects will open children's horizons to global thinking.

This program taught by Chelsea Evered.

Register now: Tuesdays at 4:30

 

 

 

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9 years old

 

Art & Hearts Workshop (6-12 years)
Get ready to put your heart into your art! Come spend your Sunday creating love filled treats, cards and crafts for those special to you! Get ready to draw, design and decorate! 
This program taught by Emily McCabe

Register now: Sunday February 11, 2018  1:00-2:30

Beginner Fencing (5-12 years)

Participants will be introduced to the rules of the sport, the parts of the foil, how to hold the foil and the on-guard stance. Instructors will demonstrate basic footwork, the target area for foil, basic attacks and preparations for attacks and defenses. Our weekly meetings will include practicing each of these introductory techniques. The beginner course touches upon common technical fencing terms such as piste, parry, riposte, etc. Safety in fencing is emphasized throughout the course. After taking a year of fencing at the beginner level, students will be considered for the intermediate level.
This program taught by Fritz Chang.

Register now: Mondays at 5:30

Chess I & II (6-12 years)

 

This class concentrates on sharpening participants' understanding of the fundamentals of chess while learning specific offensive and defensive strategies. Players will enjoy the competition and sportsmanship of playing classmates and may challenge their instructor, a world chess master!
This program taught by Vadim Martirosov.

Register now: Mondays at 4:45

Friday Night Out (3-10 years)
6:15-9:15 pm
For one child: $30 for members, $35 for non-members 
For multiple children: $45 for members, $50 for non-members

Formerly Parents Night Out. Drop your kids off at their all-time favorite place while you enjoy an evening without your love-able junior family members in tow. Our night of structured fun, including art, active play and a family-friendly movie, will be supervised closely by the Hill House staff members your kids already know and love. Join us for a win-win experience: fun for the wee ones and a night off for our parents!

Waivers for Friday Night Out are due to Tori on the Thursday before the event in which your child is registered.
 
 

Register now:    March 2                        March 30                      April 20        May 18
One Child One Child One child                    One child
Two or more Two or more Two or more             Two or more

Intermediate/Advanced Fencing (7-12 years)

 

This program builds upon all beginner instruction, and are most valuable when taken after the completion of one year of Beginner Fencing. Safety and sportsmanship, as always, are emphasized throughout the program. Compound attacks and technical terms associated with more advanced fencing moves will be introduced as students develop technique and understanding of the sport. If time allows, members of the class will participate in bouting: practicing with electrical fencing equipment. This practice will allow fellow students to learn score-keeping and refereeing. If students consistently continue with this program, they will have the chance to compete in a fencing tournament that follows the US Fencing guidelines.
This program taught by Fritz Chang.

Register now: Mondays at 6:30

Intermediate Karate (7-12 years)

 

At this level, with some practice under their belt, students know that the rules are in place to protect them. Respect has taught them caution. Participants understand eye-contact as a method of communication. At this level, students will continue to practice sparring and the benefits of self-defense as they begin to earn stripes and different color belts and practice goal-setting and obtainment. 
This program taught by Duane Lucia.

Register now: Tuesdays at 4:30 

Mind Your Manners:

Beyond Please & Thank You Session I (6-9 years)
This fun and unique class will help strengthen your child's social skills and heighten their awareness of manners and self-presentation. Furthermore, we will work with them to improve their ability to manage their own behavior at home, at school, on play dates and in restaurants. Students will learn by enjaging in role-playing activities, class participation and improvisation. The second to last class is held at a local upscale restaurant where students practice and perfect their newly acquired skills while participating in a four-course meal! Please note, class will not take place at the regularly scheduled space on that day.

The curriculum covers a wide array of etiquette topics including: 

  • Basic manners review and introduction
  • Family etiquette: being kind to your siblings and parents
  • Good guest etiquette: social cues, proper meeting and greeting, presents
  • Hospitable host etiquette: invitations and writing a meaningful thank you note
  • Out-on-the-town manners
  • Table manners, proper use of utensils and table setting
  • Table manners practice class at a restaurant over a multi-course meal
  • Certificate ceremony and program review in front of parents on last day

This program taught by Ms. Pejic.


Register now: Wednesdays at 4:30

Please note: To help shape the curriculum of this program, the instructor asks that the parents of every participant fill out this assessment form prior to the first class of the semester. 

 

 

Musical Theatre & Arts (6-9 years)

Explore the art of musical theatre, set and costume design! Half of this class will be spent in our Performance Hall (the Main Assembly Room, of course!) learning lines and songs, blocking and choreography. Next, participants will travel up to the art room, where they'll work to create backdrops, props, and other inspired works of art to complement their theatrical work. This class culminates in a final performance worthy of a Tony Award!
This program taught by Emily McCabe (art) and Chelsea Evered (theatre).

Register now: Wednesdays 4:00-5:30pm

Private Music Lessons (6 years-12 years)

Our private music lessons provide your child with one-on-one music instruction. Gifted piano, guitar, violin and percussion teachers work to cultivate skills and foster your child's love of music by incorporating requests and popular music along with the classics during lesson times

Piano & violin instructed by Melanie Maz. View violin resources and piano resources.
Guitar instructed by Jonas Kublickas.

Spaces may be available | Call (617) 227-5838 ext. 14 to inquire about availability

 

STEM Investigators (6-9 years)

Explore, in a scientific manner, issues from around the world and work on solutions through fun and thought-provoking experiments. Using a mixture of STEM practices, children will work together to build skills, think broadly and enjoy solving problems. The real world aspects will open children's horizons to global thinking.

This program taught by Chelsea Evered.

Register now: Tuesdays at 4:30

 


 

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10 years old

 

Art & Hearts Workshop (6-12 years)
Get ready to put your heart into your art! Come spend your Sunday creating love filled treats, cards and crafts for those special to you! Get ready to draw, design and decorate! 
This program taught by Emily McCabe

Register now: Sunday February 11, 2018  1:00-2:30

Beginner Fencing (5-12 years)

Participants will be introduced to the rules of the sport, the parts of the foil, how to hold the foil and the on-guard stance. Instructors will demonstrate basic footwork, the target area for foil, basic attacks and preparations for attacks and defenses. Our weekly meetings will include practicing each of these introductory techniques. The beginner course touches upon common technical fencing terms such as piste, parry, riposte, etc. Safety in fencing is emphasized throughout the course. After taking a year of fencing at the beginner level, students will be considered for the intermediate level.
This program taught by Fritz Chang.

Register now: Mondays at 5:30

Chess I & II (6-12 years)

 

This class concentrates on sharpening participants' understanding of the fundamentals of chess while learning specific offensive and defensive strategies. Players will enjoy the competition and sportsmanship of playing classmates and may challenge their instructor, a world chess master!
This program taught by Vadim Martirosov.

Register now: Mondays at 4:45

Friday Night Out (3-10 years)
6:15-9:15 pm
For one child: $30 for members, $35 for non-members 
For multiple children: $45 for members, $50 for non-members

Formerly Parents Night Out. Drop your kids off at their all-time favorite place while you enjoy an evening without your love-able junior family members in tow. Our night of structured fun, including art, active play and a family-friendly movie, will be supervised closely by the Hill House staff members your kids already know and love. Join us for a win-win experience: fun for the wee ones and a night off for our parents!

Waivers for Friday Night Out are due to Tori on the Thursday before the event in which your child is registered.
 
 

Register now:    March 2                        March 30                      April 20        May 18
One Child One Child One child                    One child
Two or more Two or more Two or more             Two or more

Intermediate/Advanced Fencing (7-12 years)

 

This program builds upon all beginner instruction, and are most valuable when taken after the completion of one year of Beginner Fencing. Safety and sportsmanship, as always, are emphasized throughout the program. Compound attacks and technical terms associated with more advanced fencing moves will be introduced as students develop technique and understanding of the sport. If time allows, members of the class will participate in bouting: practicing with electrical fencing equipment. This practice will allow fellow students to learn score-keeping and refereeing. If students consistently continue with this program, they will have the chance to compete in a fencing tournament that follows the US Fencing guidelines.
This program taught by Fritz Chang.

Register now: Mondays at 6:30

Intermediate Karate (7-12 years)

At this level, with some practice under their belt, students know that the rules are in place to protect them. Respect has taught them caution. Participants understand eye-contact as a method of communication. At this level, students will continue to practice sparring and the benefits of self-defense as they begin to earn stripes and different color belts and practice goal-setting and obtainment. 
This program taught by Duane Lucia.

Register now: Tuesdays at 4:30 

 

Private Music Lessons (6 years-12 years)

Our private music lessons provide your child with one-on-one music instruction. Gifted piano, guitar, violin and percussion teachers work to cultivate skills and foster your child's love of music by incorporating requests and popular music along with the classics during lesson times

Piano & violin instructed by Melanie Maz. View violin resources and piano resources.
Guitar instructed by Jonas Kublickas.

Spaces may be available | Call (617) 227-5838 ext. 14 to inquire about availability

 

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11 years old

 

Art & Hearts Workshop (6-12 years)
Get ready to put your heart into your art! Come spend your Sunday creating love filled treats, cards and crafts for those special to you! Get ready to draw, design and decorate! 
This program taught by Emily McCabe

Register now: Sunday February 11, 2018  1:00-2:30

 

Beginner Fencing (5-12 years)

Participants will be introduced to the rules of the sport, the parts of the foil, how to hold the foil and the on-guard stance. Instructors will demonstrate basic footwork, the target area for foil, basic attacks and preparations for attacks and defenses. Our weekly meetings will include practicing each of these introductory techniques. The beginner course touches upon common technical fencing terms such as piste, parry, riposte, etc. Safety in fencing is emphasized throughout the course. After taking a year of fencing at the beginner level, students will be considered for the intermediate level.
This program taught by Fritz Chang.

Register now: Mondays at 5:30

 

Chess I & II (6-12 years)

 

This class concentrates on sharpening participants' understanding of the fundamentals of chess while learning specific offensive and defensive strategies. Players will enjoy the competition and sportsmanship of playing classmates and may challenge their instructor, a world chess master!
This program taught by Vadim Martirosov.

Register now: Mondays at 4:45

 

Intermediate/Advanced Fencing (7-12 years)

 

This program builds upon all beginner instruction, and are most valuable when taken after the completion of one year of Beginner Fencing. Safety and sportsmanship, as always, are emphasized throughout the program. Compound attacks and technical terms associated with more advanced fencing moves will be introduced as students develop technique and understanding of the sport. If time allows, members of the class will participate in bouting: practicing with electrical fencing equipment. This practice will allow fellow students to learn score-keeping and refereeing. If students consistently continue with this program, they will have the chance to compete in a fencing tournament that follows the US Fencing guidelines.
This program taught by Fritz Chang.

Register now: Mondays at 6:30

 

Intermediate Karate (7-12 years)

At this level, with some practice under their belt, students know that the rules are in place to protect them. Respect has taught them caution. Participants understand eye-contact as a method of communication. At this level, students will continue to practice sparring and the benefits of self-defense as they begin to earn stripes and different color belts and practice goal-setting and obtainment. 
This program taught by Duane Lucia.

Register now: Tuesdays at 4:30 

Teen & Tween Trivia Night (11-14 years)
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm at the Firehouse

It's trivia night at the Firehouse! Grab your friends and come test your knowledge on all things pop culture, science, geography and more! Come ready to hang out, play games and eat pizza!

Register now: February 2

 

 

 

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12 years old

 

Art & Hearts Workshop (6-12 years)
Get ready to put your heart into your art! Come spend your Sunday creating love filled treats, cards and crafts for those special to you! Get ready to draw, design and decorate! 
This program taught by Emily McCabe

Register now: Sunday February 11, 2018  1:00-2:30

 

Beginner Fencing (5-12 years)

Participants will be introduced to the rules of the sport, the parts of the foil, how to hold the foil and the on-guard stance. Instructors will demonstrate basic footwork, the target area for foil, basic attacks and preparations for attacks and defenses. Our weekly meetings will include practicing each of these introductory techniques. The beginner course touches upon common technical fencing terms such as piste, parry, riposte, etc. Safety in fencing is emphasized throughout the course. After taking a year of fencing at the beginner level, students will be considered for the intermediate level.
This program taught by Fritz Chang.

Register now: Mondays at 5:30

 

Chess I & II (6-12 years)

 

This class concentrates on sharpening participants' understanding of the fundamentals of chess while learning specific offensive and defensive strategies. Players will enjoy the competition and sportsmanship of playing classmates and may challenge their instructor, a world chess master!
This program taught by Vadim Martirosov.

Register now: Mondays at 4:45

 

 

Intermediate/Advanced Fencing (7-12 years)

 

This program builds upon all beginner instruction, and are most valuable when taken after the completion of one year of Beginner Fencing. Safety and sportsmanship, as always, are emphasized throughout the program. Compound attacks and technical terms associated with more advanced fencing moves will be introduced as students develop technique and understanding of the sport. If time allows, members of the class will participate in bouting: practicing with electrical fencing equipment. This practice will allow fellow students to learn score-keeping and refereeing. If students consistently continue with this program, they will have the chance to compete in a fencing tournament that follows the US Fencing guidelines.
This program taught by Fritz Chang.

Register now: Mondays at 6:30

 

 

Intermediate Karate (7-12 years)

 

 

At this level, with some practice under their belt, students know that the rules are in place to protect them. Respect has taught them caution. Participants understand eye-contact as a method of communication. At this level, students will continue to practice sparring and the benefits of self-defense as they begin to earn stripes and different color belts and practice goal-setting and obtainment. 
This program taught by Duane Lucia.

Register now: Tuesdays at 4:30 

 

 

Teen & Tween Trivia Night (11-14 years)
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm at the Firehouse

It's trivia night at the Firehouse! Grab your friends and come test your knowledge on all things pop culture, science, geography and more! Come ready to hang out, play games and eat pizza!

Register now: February 2

 

 

 

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Teen

 

 

Teen & Tween Trivia Night (11-14 years)
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm at the Firehouse

It's trivia night at the Firehouse! Grab your friends and come test your knowledge on all things pop culture, science, geography and more! Come ready to hang out, play games and eat pizza!

Register now: February 2

 

 

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Adult

 

 

New Parents Group

A welcoming and supportive community for parents to share stories, ask questions and speak honestly about the challenges and joys of parenthood. This group is intended for parents with babies 0-6 months. Group will be led by a baby and infant expert.

Register now: Tuesdays at 2:30

 

 

Total Body Strength (50+ years)

 

In the Total Body Strength class, we will use weights, resistance tubing and our own body-weight against gravity to build a strong core. The class will be 1 hour long and will be set to great music to inspire you. This class is perfect for the active older adult (50+). There will be both standing and mat exercises to challenge all your major muscle groups. A flexibility segment will be added to the end of class.

 

Contact Tori Frappolli at 617 227 5838 ext. 14 with any questions or to register.

 

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Questions? Contact Tori Frappolli at 617-227-5838 x14 or at vfrappolli@hillhouseboston.org



Superhero Social (2-8 years)

11:00 am - 1:00 pm at the Firehouse
$10 for members, $15 for non-members
Come spend lunchtime at the Firehouse for our first tea party! We’ll sip on iced tea (and hot tea for grown ups), munch on pinwheel sandwiches and play some games with other party-goers. Ties and tutus will be provided for little ones to make the event even more memorable.
Register now: June 1


Hands-On Art & Self-Expression (19 months-3 years)
One of the most intriguing ways that youngsters express themselves is through art. As children draw, paint and make collages, they are learning about the world. Toddlers are not yet consciously aware of color coordination and spatial relationships, but art can give them a sense of these areas in this stage of their development - and this is only the beginning. Art provides another much-needed outlet for budding young minds, and at the same time it teaches important skills as they express themselves through the use of different materials. With all of these benefits, it's easy to see why encouraging toddlers to be artistic is so important: join us in the art room as we use a rainbow of colors, clay, paint, paste and so much more to pique your child's curiosity and creativity in this exciting multimedia program.
This workshop taught by Jenn Sherr.
Register now: Tuesdays 9:15
Hands-On Art & Self-Expression (19 months-3 years)
One of the most intriguing ways that youngsters express themselves is through art. As children draw, paint and make collages, they are learning about the world. Toddlers are not yet consciously aware of color coordination and spatial relationships, but art can give them a sense of these areas in this stage of their development - and this is only the beginning. Art provides another much-needed outlet for budding young minds, and at the same time it teaches important skills as they express themselves through the use of different materials. With all of these benefits, it's easy to see why encouraging toddlers to be artistic is so important: join us in the art room as we use a rainbow of colors, clay, paint, paste and so much more to pique your child's curiosity and creativity in this exciting multimedia program.
This workshop taught by Jenn Sherr.
Register now: Tuesdays 9:15

Hands-On Art & Self-Expression (19 months-3 years)
One of the most intriguing ways that youngsters express themselves is through art. As children draw, paint and make collages, they are learning about the world. Toddlers are not yet consciously aware of color coordination and spatial relationships, but art can give them a sense of these areas in this stage of their development - and this is only the beginning. Art provides another much-needed outlet for budding young minds, and at the same time it teaches important skills as they express themselves through the use of different materials. With all of these benefits, it's easy to see why encouraging toddlers to be artistic is so important: join us in the art room as we use a rainbow of colors, clay, paint, paste and so much more to pique your child's curiosity and creativity in this exciting multimedia program.
This workshop taught by Jenn Sherr.
Register now: Tuesdays 9:15

 


 
donuts

 

Party Animals! (2-8 years)  
11:00 am - 1:00 pm at the Firehouse
$10 for members, $15 for non-members

Calling all Party Animals!  Hear us Roar! Come dressed as your favorite animal us as we turn Hill House in to a Jungle for the day! Join us for art, games and refreshments as you hang out with your kiddos and socialize with other families in the neighborhood! It’ll be a wild time- we’re not “lion”!

Register now: January 28

 
donuts

 

Party Animals! (2-8 years)  
11:00 am - 1:00 pm at the Firehouse
$10 for members, $15 for non-members

Calling all Party Animals!  Hear us Roar! Come dressed as your favorite animal us as we turn Hill House in to a Jungle for the day! Join us for art, games and refreshments as you hang out with your kiddos and socialize with other families in the neighborhood! It’ll be a wild time- we’re not “lion”!

Register now: January 28

 
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Party Animals! (2-8 years)  
11:00 am - 1:00 pm at the Firehouse
$10 for members, $15 for non-members

Calling all Party Animals!  Hear us Roar! Come dressed as your favorite animal us as we turn Hill House in to a Jungle for the day! Join us for art, games and refreshments as you hang out with your kiddos and socialize with other families in the neighborhood! It’ll be a wild time- we’re not “lion”!

Register now: January 28