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Join us at Castle in The Trees in Littleton for an all ages Playgroup from 9:30-11:30am
Join us for this fun family event hosted by Travis and Alison Dery
Saturday, Sept. 25th @ 2pm
Frisbees will be provided.
Join us for some fall filled fun at Doe Orchards! Sunday, Sept 26th 9am - 11am
The HFA is again partnering with Harvard Youth Baseball for our Have a Ball Event!
This is for kids ages 4-6 interested in playing T-ball.
Bring the whole family and while the ‘bigger‘ (4-6) kids get a taste of T-ball, we‘ll have activities and giveaways for the younger kids
Please join us for a fun morning on the field
Please register here to let us know you are coming
Community Harvest Project
Please join us at the Community Harvest Project for their open house!
There will be pick your own apples, pumpkins and a farm tour!
Come have fun with the family and support a wonderful local non-profit organization.
Grab some blankets and bug spray and bring the whole family to the Levine home for an outdoor movie night.
We‘re excited to host an 80‘s Prom-themed Mystery Party at Stephanie‘s house! RSVPs are required, so we can get an idea of how many guests and everyone‘s roles. Please RSVP by Friday, October 1st and reach out if you have any questions. As of now, we‘re hoping to make this a date-night event, but we can always change if finding babysitters is hard. We‘ll have more details as we get an idea of how many people are attending.
Join us in the pumpkin patch on Sunday Oct. 17th
9am - 12pm
We’re trying to squeeze in another outdoor book club while the weather is still nice! Join us for a discussion of The Premonition: A Pandemic Story, by Michael Lewis. The author of The Big Short and Moneyball brings us a fascinating account of the US government’s response to the outbreak of COVID-19, as told through the compelling true stories of a biochemist, a public health worker, and a White House employee who put their careers on the line to try to save lives.
We are rounding out our fall outdoor book club series with a gripping work of fiction: The Last Thing He Told Me, by Laura Dave.
"The day the feds raid his high-tech firm, Owen disappears and leaves behind his new wife, Hannah, with $600,000 in cash, his sullen teenager Bailey, and a hand-scrawled note: “Protect her.” The rapid-fire pacing never lets up as Hannah delves into Owen’s past and excavates layer after layer of lies, discovering truths even Bailey never knew—as well as a lethal enemy. Interweaving the complex family relationships of Little Fires Everywhere with the suspenseful twists of Big Little Lies, The Last Thing He Told Me will trigger goosebumps and tears as you flip pages like mad to see how Hannah will handle the bombshells lurking in Bailey’s past." —Adrian Liang
We will meet at Stephanie‘s house either by the firepit on the terrace or in the screened porch (with space heaters), so bring some cozy clothes and a blanket! :)
Join us for Apple pie making to get ready for Thanksgiving
@Robin Rueter's House
Friday, Nov. 12th 7-pm
26 Partridge Hill Road
Harvard, MA 01451
Harvard Family Association events will be in accordance with CDC, State and Local guidelines. Face covering requirements will be at the discretion of the HFA/host and based on the most recent updates from Governor Baker. Please contact the host or Harvard Family Association if you have any questions before attending an event.