Christmas Week + Weekend Roundup

Happy Monday everyone, I hope you had a great weekend! Jon and I enjoyed a truly magical overnight to Rockport; our first kid-free trip together since well before Violet was born! I'll have more to share about Rockport soon, but meanwhile, following suit from Thanksgiving week, I'm sharing a combined weekday + weekend roundup today to aid your planning if you're in town, and also so I can hop off the grid later this week. Enjoy!

December 22 + 23: Holiday lights trolley tour and sing along. (Boston)

December 22 + 23: Harvard Square Holiday Faire. (Cambridge)

December 22 - 28: Irving Berlin’s White Christmas. (Boston)

December 22 - 28: The Christmas Revels; celebrating the Winter Solstice. (Cambridge)

December 22 - 31: The Whaling Museum is a festive winter wonderland. (Nantucket)

December 22 - January 1: The most beloved festival of lights. (Carver)

December 22 - January 4: Blink! A light and sound extravaganza. (Boston)

December 22 - January 4: A Splendid book collection. (Chestnut Hill)

December 22 - January 4: The zoo becomes magical with thousands of twinkling lights. (Stoneham)

December 23: Winter wonderland crafts. (Easton)

December 24: It’s Chanukah on Ice. (Arlington)

December 26: Early access to the museum for children with special needs. (Boston)

December 26: KidsJam monthly family dance party. (Boston)

December 26: It’s Boxing Day at the Old Manse. (Concord)

December 26 - 28: Last weekend to hop aboard the Polar Express. (Carver)

December 26 - 28: A Christmas Carol. (Worcester)

December 26 - 30: Sing along to The Sound of Music. (Arlington)

December 26 - 30: Holiday vacation boredom busters. (Easton)

December 26 - 31: Make art inspired by winter. (Boston)

December 26 - January 2: Take a journey during school vacation without leaving Boston. (Boston)

December 26 - January 4: December school vacation fun at the Ecotarium. (Worcester)

December 26 - January 4: Some good old-fashioned school vacation activities. (Sturbridge)

December 27 - January 2: Get sculpting this school vacation. (Boston)

December 28: Cajun band Sqeezebox Stompers Zydecho performs. (Boston)

December 28: Prepare and eat a complete 19th-century dinner by the hearth. (Sturbridge)

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