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

skye-art-loveyoumom.jpgHappy Friday everyone...I hope you're gearing up for a wonderful weekend. I'll be sending virtual hugs and kisses to you all on Mother's Day! But before we get there, I need to say how excited I am about the Pivot 3.0 style event I'm co-hosting tonight and I hope to see you there. Meanwhile, if you're looking for something fun to do this weekend, here are 23 weekend picks, lovingly curated for your consideration.
1. Family health and wellness day. (Acton)

2. Dress for Success power walk. (Boston)

3. Sound quilting. (Boston)

4. Clay techniques from Korea. (Boston)

5. Annual duckling day. (Boston)

6. Fort Point open studios. (Boston)

7. A sports and recreation fair. (Boston)

8. Fantasia, in concert. (Boston)

9. A family music festival to benefit The One Fund Boston. (Boston)

10. March for some delightful babies (my friends at Isis Parenting have several teams going). (Boston)

11. A woodland Cinderella. (Brookline)

12. The art of craft returns. (Cambridge)

13. Cambridge open studios. (Cambridge)

14. The Velveteen Rabit. (Concord)

15. Mother's Day walk for peace. (Dorchester)

16. Lilac Sunday. (Jamaica Plain)

17. A yellow balloon fair. (Lexington)

18. Lookout Farm, opening day. (Natick)

19. The Secret Garden. (Newburyport)

20. A kids fun fest. (Newton)

21. Make a teapot. (Salem)

22. Family honey harvesting. (Topsfield)

23. Get your steampunk on. (Waltham)

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Have an event you'd like to submit for editorial consideration? Please e-mail the event description + URL to Christine at editor{@}bostonmamas.com.


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