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!

February Vacation Mega Roundup!

So, did February vacation sneak up on anyone else? If you're still looking to fill your week, fear not, I've got a great February vacation mega roundup for you! And if you're looking for fun at home, enjoy this awesome craft for all ages, 9 cool science experiments using everyday household ingredients, these Black History Month learning resources, and this apple crumble pie recipe.

BEDFORD: Always wanted to create your own scrimshaw? Now’s your chance.

BOSTON: Lots of newly renovated exhibits and new sea life at the New England Aquarium.

BOSTON: Travel to the tropics without evening hopping on a plane.

BOSTON: Everything you wanted to know about habitats, ecosystems and biomes.

BOSTON: Time to celebrate with Disney on Ice.

BOSTON: Science in the park.

BOSTON: Painting, juggling, magic and more...not to mention half price cookies

BOSTON: It’s engineering week at the Children’s Museum.

BOSTON: A special night out at the Hotel Commonwealth.

BOSTON: A contemporary art sampler.

BOSTON: Celebrate President’s Day week with a real president.

BOSTON: Artists in the making.

BROOKLINE: An Arabian Adventure.

CAMBRIDGE: Skate to support those with ALS.

CONCORD: A visit with Abraham Lincoln.

CONCORD: Teddy Bear tea in the historic Brooke Hall.

EASTON: The case of the Fantastic Forgery art museum heist.

KINGSTON: More than just shopping at the Independence Mall.

LINCOLN: A week of art at deCordova.

LOWELL: It’s all about the kids this week.

NEWTON: Put those kids to work and have them cook dinner for a change.

PLYMOUTH: Become a 17th century apprentice.

PRINCETON: It’s the perfect week to learn to ski.

SALEM: Jam-packed week at the Peabody Essex Musuem.

STURBRIDGE: Old Sturbridge Village has more that 50 things to do this week.

WALTHAM: Snowshoe your way to a book sale.

WATERTOWN: Vacation workshops at the Arsenal Center for the Arts.

WENHAM: How they did February break in the 17th century.

WORCESTER: Around the world in 4 days.

WORCESTER: For the tinkerers in the group.

VARIOUS LOCATIONS: Mass Audubon can keep you busy all week.

Image credit: Faneuil Hall Marketplace

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