Christine Koh

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I'm Christine Koh, a music and brain neuroscientist turned multimedia creative. I'm the founder + editor of Boston Mamas, co-author of Minimalist Parenting, co-host of the Edit Your Life podcast, and creative director at Women Online. Drop me a line; I'd love to chat about how we can work together!

Weekend Roundup

Happy Friday everyone, how has your week been going? I had such fun in Beverly last night; North Shore Nursery School and North Shore Kid were such amazing hosts and the community was simply incredible! I heart you Beverly parents! Meanwhile, I hope you're gearing up for a wonderful weekend. Here's a fantastic roundup of 30 events, lovingly curated for your consideration:

1. Spend the day with famed children’s book characters Elephant and Piggie. (Amherst)

2. Free family-friendly improv show. (Boston)

3. Free interactive family day at Mass College. (Boston)

4. Fluff up that fur and get out those costumes. It’s time for the Canine Promenade. (Boston)

5. Trick or treat with all the other wild animals. (Boston)

6. Opening weekend of The Hobbit on stage. (Boston)

7. Pru Boo trick or treat for charity. (Boston)

8. Celebrate Diwali. (Boston)

9. Free aquarium admission for those in costume. (Boston)

10. The Yankee Peddlar. (Brookline)

11. A young boy, a villainous music teacher, and a piano. (Brookline)

12. Trick or treat at The Street. (Chestnut Hill)

13. Magic stories all weekend. (Concord)

14. Set your jack-o-lanterns afloat. (Dorchester)

15. Mad scientist Halloween romp. (Easton)

16. Free baby sign workshop. (Harvard)

17. Pumpkin decorating without the mess at home. (Lexington)

18. Trick or treat hayrides. (North Andover)

19. South Shore arts and crafts festival. (Plymouth)

20. BBQ, music, and pig racing -- oh my! (Princeton)

21. So many haunted happenings in Salem, it’s hard to pick just one. (Salem)

22. A candle lit Halloween prowl. (Sharon)

23. Fall nature walk. (Sharon)

24. Pumpkins all aglow. (South Carver)

25. Run wild at Stone Zoo. (Stoneham)

26. Wagonrides, stories, music and more. (Waltham)

27. Halloween parade and storytime. (Wellesley)

28. Jam out at this Halloween dance party. (Wellesley)

29. Halloween family day at the stamp museum. (Weston)

30. Knights, ghouls, vampires and other creepy things. (Worcester)

Image credit: Haunted Happenings Salem

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