Here are the latest Charlestown - Navy Yard neighborhood notes:

Children’s sing-along

Children’s entertainer Matt Heaton will perform a free kids’ concert at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 16 at the Charlestown Branch Library, 179 Main St.

Heaton’s songs are a mix of rockabilly, surf, American roots and Irish traditional music, delivered with a sense of fun. The show is recommended for children, ages 5 and under. Groups are welcome.

For further details, call 617-242-1248.

Winter panto

Resident company imaginary beasts will present its annual winter panto “Paul Bunyan and the Winter of the Blue Snow” from Jan. 19 to Feb. 10 at the Charlestown Working Theatre, 442 Bunker Hill St.

In this new production young Paul Bunyan sets out on his search for the fabled Candy Mountains. An encounter with the Spirit of the Blue Moon introduces him to a crew of misfit companions, including the fabled Babe, the Blue Ox and the trusty dog Niagara. Icy King Zero, determined to diminish Paul’s legend and do away with spring, sets up obstacles for the heroes. Paul and his friends must foil King Zero’s plans, or endure an everlasting winter.

Performances will be at 7:30 p.m. on Thursdays and Fridays; 1:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. on Saturdays and 2 p.m. on Sundays. There will also be a show at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 2.

Tickets are $24 for adults, $15 for students and seniors and $12 for children, ages 12 and under.

Visit www.charlestownworkingtheatre.org or call 617-242-3285 for more information and to purchase tickets.

Cambodian ceramics

Bunker Hill Community College, 250 New Rutherford Ave., is displaying “One Artist’s Journey: Reclaiming the Lost Tradition of Cambodian Ceramics,” works by Yary Livan, now through Jan. 19 at the Mary L. Fifield Gallery.

Livan is a surviving master of traditional Cambodian ceramics and kiln building, which date back to the sixth century. His work draws on a rich heritage including influences from ancient imperial Khmer kiln sites such as Angkor Wat, and incorporates traditional Cambodian imagery and relief carving. His ceramic pieces are highly regarded for their historical integrity and artistic merit and have been displayed in exhibits throughout the U.S. and Cambodia.

Livan is recognized as one of only three master ceramists to have survived the genocide of the Pol Pot regime, and is the only one known to be living in the United States.

He has led numerous workshops, completed a three-year residency with Harvard University and taught at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston. As a NEA National Heritage Fellow, he continues to teach and exhibit regionally, nationally and internationally.

The exhibit is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Mondays through Fridays and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.

Call 617-228-2093 or visit www.bhcc.mass.edu for more information.

Artists’ flea market

The StoveFactory Gallery, 523 Medford St., will present the greatest artists’ flea market ever from noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 26 and 27.

The market will feature artists’ supplies, artwork, gadgets and more. Spaces are available for $30 per space, first come, first served. This free event is open to the public.

Further information can be found at www.artistsgroupofcharlestown.com.

Ship model show

“Masters of Miniatures,” the 40th annual Model Shipwright Guild show, will be held from Saturday, Feb. 1, through Saturday, March 22 at the USS Constitution Museum, Building 12, Charlestown Navy Yard.

More than 50 different ships created by modelers from across New England will be on display. There will be a variety of reproductions of War of 1812 vessels, modern ships and ships-in-bottles. Modelers have masterfully captured the richness of maritime history in miniature.

Attendees will have the opportunity to view the prize-winning models from the last five years, partake in family activities including a scavenger hunt, learn how to get a ship into a bottle, observe a model ship restoration every Wednesday, and much more.

Volunteers from the USS Constitution Shipwright Guild will be on hand for visitors to watch them in action and ask questions.

Admission to the museum and exhibit is free with donations welcome.

Further information can be found at www.constitution-modelshipwrights.org.

Food pantry requests

The Harvest on Vine Food Pantry is requesting boxes of cereal and small bags of rice, two items that empty the shelves fast. Any donation on non-perishable foods would also be greatly appreciated.

Donations can be dropped off at the Food Pantry at 49 Vine St., The Cooperative Bank at 201 Main St. and at the Parish Center on 46 Winthrop St. Financial donations can be sent to: Harvest on Vine, Parish Center, 46 Winthrop St., Charlestown, MA 02129.

For more information, call 617-990-7314.

Disaster relief donations

The Charlestown Lions Club is collecting donations to go to disaster relief. The donations will be used to benefit those affected by the local gas explosions and recent hurricanes in the South.

All proceeds will be donated – there are no administrative costs. Checks may be made out to Charlestown Lions Club – LCIF and sent to: P.O. Box 290474, Charlestown, MA 02129.

Send an email to Towniemoe@aol.com for more information.

Bunker Hill history

The community is invited to free talks from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily at Bunker Hill Monument, 43 Monument Square.

Participants will learn about the experiences of soldiers on both sides of the first real battle of the War for Independence. Although the battle was a loss for the colonists, the high number of casualties on the British side, including a significant portion of the officer corps, demonstrated that inexperienced militia could stand up to the regular army, which eventually led to the withdrawal of the British from Boston.

Visit www.nps.gov/boston or call 617-242-5601 for more details.

Ironsides’ winter hours

The USS Constitution, the oldest commissioned warship afloat, offers tours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesdays through Sundays. It will be closed on Christmas and New Year’s Day.

Verbal presentations will be given on the ship and will kick off every 15 minutes. Tours are self-paced and the top three decks are open to the public. USS Constitution crewmembers will be on hand to answer questions and give oral presentations about the ship’s storied past. Visitors will be served on a first-come, first-served basis.

Admission is free.

For more information, call 617-242-7511 or visit www.history.navy.mil/ussconstitution.

Marine museum

The Boston Marine Society at Building No. 32, Charlestown Navy Yard, is open to the public from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Mondays through Fridays.

The society hosts a large collection of art and artifacts depicting maritime history and life on the sea, as well as a research library, detailing the history of sailing and marine commerce and the history of one of the oldest and most important ports in the country.

Its website includes selected objects from its collection and the history of the organization. Visit www.bostonmarinesociety.org or call 617-242-0522 for more information.

Diorama display

The Bunker Hill Monument Museum, 45 Monument Square, is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Located on the Freedom Trail, the museum displays the history of the construction of the Bunker Hill Monument as well as a diorama of the historic battle. A cyclorama shows a 360-degree view of the battlefield.

The Charlestown Historical Society keeps its archives in this building, which once served as the neighborhood’s public library.