Nature walks, fishing, Art's Cool, and the Rib and 'Shoe Fest... Find these events and more here in the Around the Tri-Towns Calendar.

Kidleidoscope: 10:30-11:30 a.m. June 13 and 27, Nature Center, Bradley Palmer State Park, 40 Asbury St., Topsfield. For information: 978-887-5931; bradley.palmer@state.MA.US; https://bit.ly/BradleyPalmerInfo. Ages 3-6 will learn about nature through coloring pages, books and pictures. Topic varies week to week. The group will walk to nearby ponds to look for wildlife if weather permits.

Art’s Cool in June: 5:30-8 p.m. June 13, Flint Public Library, 1 South Main St., Middleton. For information: 617-308-0067; https://artscoolmiddleton.com. The ninth annual event will feature nearly 300 pieces of from student artists ages 3.5 and older from across the north shore. There will be refreshments, face-painting, music and a meet-and-greet with the artists. Artwork will remain on display until June 22.

Gone Ipswich Fishin’: 9-11 a.m. June 14, 21 and 28, Bradley Palmer State Park, 40 Asbury St., Topsfield. For information: 978-887-5931; bradley.palmer@state.MA.US; https://bit.ly/BradleyPalmerInfo. Ages 6 and older can learn what fish live in the Ipswich River and how to catch and release responsibly. Rods and bait will be provided, but participants can also bring their own gear. Children must be accompanied by an adult, and all participants should wear sturdy closed toe shoes, insect repellent and sunscreen and bring water. Inclement weather cancels the program. Go to the Accessible Trail parking lot and follow the trail fishing signs for a short walk to the fishing spot.

Stiles Pond Open House: 6-7:30 p.m. June 14, Danvers YMCA Stiles Pond Day Camp, 4A Stiles Pond Road, Boxford. For information: http://danversymca.org. The Stiles Pond Day camp is open to ages 6-14 and runs for eight themed weeks June 24 to Aug. 16. Interested individuals can visit the open house to meet councilors, learn more about the camp and enjoy s’mores by a fire. No registration necessary.

Rib and ‘Shoe Fest 2019: 2-5 p.m. June 15, ifarm LLC, 55 Towne Road, Boxford. For information: https://ifarmboxford.com. The third annual festival will have horseshoes, smoked ribs and pies. Sign up online to eat or compete. Proceeds benefit the Second Congregational Church of Boxford.

Moon Walk: 8-9:30 p.m. June 15, Bradley Palmer State Park, 40 Asbury St., Topsfield. For information: 978-887-5931; bradley.palmer@state.MA.US; https://bit.ly/BradleyPalmerInfo. Ages 5 and older can take an easy walk to enjoy the view from Moon Hill and learn about the moon cycle. Children must be accompanied by an adult. All participants should wear sturdy closed toe shoes and insect repellent and bring water, flashlights and binoculars if possible. Inclement weather cancels the program. The group meets at the Parking Lot Bulletin Board.

From Country Estate to State Park: Bradley Palmer’s Gift: 10:30 a.m.-noon June 16, 23 and 30, Bradley Palmer State Park, 40 Asbury St., Topsfield. For information: 978-887-5931; bradley.palmer@state.MA.US; https://bit.ly/BradleyPalmerInfo. Ages 8 and up can hear how attorney Bradley Webster Palmer donated his 721-acre estate to the Commonwealth on a moderately-paced three-quarter-mile walk. There is a gentle uphill slope which may pose difficulty for those with limited mobility. Participants should bring water, use sunscreen/bug spray, dress in comfortable layers and wear sturdy closed toe shoes. An adult must accompany children. Inclement weather cancels the program. Meets at the Main Parking Lot Bulletin Board.

Willowdale Mansion Tour: 10-11 a.m. June 17 and 24, Willowdale Mansion at Bradley Palmer State Park, 24 Asbury St., Topsfield. For information: 978-887-5931; bradley.palmer@state.MA.US; https://bit.ly/BradleyPalmerInfo. Visitors ages 8 and older go inside the Willowdale Mansion, an arts and crafts style building more than 100 years old. Visitors will learn how the building was remodeled during former owner Bradley Palmer’s lifetime and how its curators returned it to its former splendor. The second floor is not accessible to those with limited mobility.

The Barn at the Co-Op Grand Opening: 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. June 19, 146 South Main St., Topsfield. Disc jockey Darryl Fedorchak will provide entertainment, Henry’s Market of Beverly and the Cool Cow Ice Cream Truck will cater food, and vendors will display their products. Representatives from volunteer organizations Company 4 Heroes and Sweet Paws Rescue will be inside the barn. There will be raffles and special buys. The Topsfield Historical Society will also place a historic marker commemorating the 400-year-old white oak tree on the property, considered to be one of the oldest trees in Topsfield.

Firefly Foray: 8-9:30 p.m. June 22 and 29, Nature Center, Bradley Palmer State Park, 40 Asbury St., Topsfield. For information: 978-887-5931; bradley.palmer@state.MA.US; https://bit.ly/BradleyPalmerInfo. Ages 3 and older can take a moderately-paced 3-quarter-mile walk led by the park interpreter to learn about fireflies. There is a gentle uphill slope which may pose difficulty for those with limited mobility. Participants should bring a flashlight or light stick and water, use bug spray, dress in comfortable layers and wear sturdy closed toe shoes. Participants can also bring a net and/or plastic jar with a lid to catch and release fireflies. An adult must accompany children. Inclement weather cancels the program.

Boys Summer Basketball Clinic: 9 a.m.-noon July 8-11, Masconomet Regional High School, 20 Endicott Road, Boxford. For information and registration: Jon Daileanes, director, jdaileanes@masconomet.org; Bryan Duplissie, director, bduplissie@masconomet.org. Boys from Middleton, Topsfield and Boxford entering grades three to nine in the fall of 2019 are eligible to attend.

Topsfield Town Hall Summer Hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays until Aug. 29, Topsfield Town Hall, 8 West Common St., Topsfield.