Christine Koh


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, I hope you're having a wonderful week! I think the rain was really messing with my mojo this week so it was fantastic to have clear skies so I could walk Vi to school then do a nice 3.5 mile loop home. Ah...I feel so much better! Anyway, hooray for Friday -- if you're looking for something to do this week, enjoy this roundup of 24 events, lovingly curated for your consideration.

1. Pay a visit to the Caterpillar Lab. (Acton)

2. The ultimate block party. (Beverly)

3. Kids Really Rock! music and arts festival featuring Dan Zanes. (Boston)

4. Celebrate the grand opening of the Make Way for Ducklings store. (Boston)

5. It’s fire safety day! (Boston)

6. Breakfast with the animals. (Boston)

7. The Frog Prince and Other Frogs puppet show. (Brookline)

8. The pumpkins are all aglow. (Carver)

9. Family scavenger hunt in the urban wild. (East Boston)

10. Jazzfest Falmouth continues. (Falmouth)

11. Music, food, games, boating, art, and other activities at the Farm Pond Festival. (Framingham)

12. Discover archaeology, cultural heritage and Native American art. (Harvard)

13. Explore the open barnyard at Weir River Farm. (Hingham)

14. Fall bird walk. (Mattapan)

15. Tufts Community Day; a day of education, art, and family entertainment. (Medford)

16. The Farm Festival. (North Andover)

17. Hey Day fall festival. (Princeton)

19. Celebrate Roslindale at the Roslindale Day Parade. (Roslindale)

20. What goes on in the backyard under the light of the moon? (Salem)

21. Breakfast with the animals. (Boston, Stoneham)

22. Apples, apples everywhere. (Sturbridge)

23. The Topsfield Fair begins. (Topsfield)

24. B.J. Novak reads his children’s novel The Book With No Pictures. (Wellesley)

Image credit: Old Sturbridge Village

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