April 01, 2020

Boston’s Children’s Theatre
321 Columbus Ave., Boston     617-424-6634
The Boston Children’s Theatre is a year-round
program offering theatre opportunities for
and by young people, including a season of
main-stage productions in December,
February, and April; summer creative arts
programs and Teen Stagemobile Tour Company
productions; Fall, Winter and Spring theatre
classes for students in grades K-12.

Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras (BYSO)
855 Commonwealth Ave., Boston     617-353-3348
The BYSO offers New England young musicians
challenging and rewarding opportunities for
artistic and personal growth through
participation in orchestras, wind, ensemble
and chamber music. Located at Boston University.

Discovery Arts!
101 Blue Hills Pkwy.     617-333-9876
For children entering 5th grade and above. A summer art program
with strong literacy emphasis and featuring week long,
intensive exploration of various art techniques. Week long
workshops are limited to 10 participants. Register online at

Forbes House Museum
215 Adams St.     617-696-1815
Located atop Milton Hill, the Forbes House Museum
holds a collection of 19th century items brought
back from China by Captain Robert Bennet Forbes.
The grounds are open from dawn to dusk.
Tours of the Museum are available on
Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays at
1:00 and 3:00 PM.

Ginny’s Art School
Offers a friendly and creative environment for
young children interested in the Arts. Features
drawing, painting, sculpture, fiber art, art and
music, weaving and an introduction to the work
and lives of many well known artists.
Pre-K through grade five.

Massachusetts Music Educators
Association (MMEA) Easten District

Provides opportunities for students in grades
7-12 to audition to participate in a regional
performance festival for band, orchestra or chorus.

Massachusetts Youth Wind Ensemble (MYWE)
290 Huntington Ave., Boston     617-585-1131
A touring ensemble that is open to advanced high
school age (grades 10-12) woodwind, brass and
percussion players. Affiliated with the
New England Conservatory.

Milton Friends and Advocates of
Music Education (FAME)
An organization of parents which helps support
music activities and opportunities in the Milton
Public Schools. Includes families of music students
in all of the Milton Public Schools. Encourage
participation by parents of students at all levels of
music education, parents of former music students,
or anyone in the community.

Milton Art Museum
900 Randolph Ave., Canton 781-821-2222 ext. 2124
Brings enrichment to all members of the
community through the continued efforts of
expanding awareness and the introduction of all
art forms. The Museum reaches all ages within
the South Shore community, from children to
young adults, students, parents, seniors, and
artists as well, each vital to their ongoing
commitment to include the arts in everyone's life.

Use this link to search for museums by type
and location all over the greater Boston area.

Pierce Players
617-696-4568 ext. 2110
An after school drama club involving Pierce Middle
School students from grades 6-8. Accepts any
student who wishes to participate in the cast
and crew. Students are challenged to learn
about theatre arts, their community and themselves.

Riverside Theatre Works
45 Fairmount Ave., Hyde Park  617-361-7024
Extensive theatre arts programs for children of
all ages. Includes acting, music and dance.
Theatre productions for families throughout the year.

Southeastern Massachusetts School
Bandmasters Association (SEMSBA)
Provides opportunities for students in grades
7-12 to audition to participate in a regional
performance festival for band or chorus.

Wheelock Family Theatre
200 The Riverway, Boston   617-879-2000
Creates intergenerational and multicultural
productions that provide a shared experience
for the whole family. Also offer theatre
classes and special events.