Programs and activities for infants and toddlers in Somerville, MA and surrounding areas.
Programs & Activities
2017 Summer Activities Guide for Young Children
The 2017 Summer Activities Guide for Young children offers a comprehensive listing of fun and educational activities in Somerville and the surrounding communities for families with young children. This guide is updated every every spring. Click on the link below to view or download a copy of the 2016 Summer Activities Guide for Young Children.
Dilboy Pool is an open air pool for the summer months. Individual and family passes are available.
Veterans Memorial Rink at 570 Somerville Ave, Somerville offers a full size rink and a smaller one with skate rental for all ages
J9 Kids' Yoga
t is never too early to start practicing yoga! Yoga poses, breathing exercises, yoga songs and games are incorporated into this 60-minute yoga class for up to twelve children between the ages of 3 and 7. Rest and meditation are important aspects of the class as well. Children are natural yogis; they have a blast exploring their new moves while building strong body and breath awareness, cooperative skills, and self-confidence. Namaste, kids!
The Somerville Family Learning Collaborative offers weekly literacy playgroups. They provide an opportunity for children birth-5 years old to explore, focusing on literacy and social skills through a rich, play-based curriculum.
At various locations.
SomerBaby - Welcoming all Newborns to Somerville
Do you have a new baby at home?
Sign up for SomerBaby---a community program to welcome new babies to Somerville!
We’ll come visit you and your baby and bring a welcome bag with gifts for the baby, and share information about resources and supports for you and your family.
To make an appointment for a visit, or more information,
call Flor Apolaya, (617) 625-6600 x6702
Sponsored by the Somerville Family Learning Collaborative of the Somerville Public Schools and SomerPromise of the Somerville Department of Health and Human Services
With support from Kiwanis Club of Somerville
Somerville Community Growing Center
The Center provides a hands-on environment for children to learn about the natural world, science, community service and cultural issues. Many programs, events, and activities are offered.
Somerville Recreation Department
Somerville Recreation Department offers a range of activities for students of all ages. From skating to basketball to flag football, check out their website and updated guide for more information.
Somerville Recreation Drop-in Play/Tot Time
Our main goal is to have fun while learning and improve social skills while encouraging creative expression. Throughout each day we will participate in free-play, reading, arts and crafts, music, singing, dancing, blocks, puzzles, and morning meetings.
Cummings School, 42 Prescott St, Somerville, MA 02143
The Somerville YMCA hosts various fitness facilities and offers a variety of camps, programs, and activities for children year-round. As well as swimming, the YMCA offers indoors soccer, basketball, karate and gymnastics for different age groups.
101 Highland Ave., Somerville MA 02143
Story Walk 2017
Stories will be hung on fances all over Somerville in celebration of Family Literacy Month!
See Kennedy Pool and Somerville YMCA
Tufts Community Music Program
Since its opening in February of 2007, the Perry and Marty Granoff Music Center has become a resource for the local community. In addition to the regular 150 plus concerts and events presented in the center's Distler Performance Hall and Fisher Performance Room (which are all open to the public to attend), Tufts Music also offers a wide range of other community music programs. These include: Saturday music classes for children and teenagers, the Tufts Youth Philharmonic on Friday afternoons, weekday evening classes and ensembles for adults, a two week summer music program for children ages 7-12, a special Sundays at Tufts Community Concert series with a rotating slate of artist and music genres, and Saturday Family and Children's Concerts.