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 and for some of you, welcome to the first of 10 days off from school. I'll be sharing an April vacation mega-roundup this weekend, but meanwhile, enjoy the below roundup of 17 things to do this weekend. Also, if you're decorating eggs, be sure to check out these 10 easy Easter egg ideas (right now I'm trying to decide between #5, #7, #8, and #10!). And here are two guides for mixing vibrant dye colors. Enjoy!

1. A fun twist on an egg hunt. (Attleboro)

2. Opening weekend of The Homework Machine. (Boston)

3. Sense of smell day is scent-sational. (Boston)

4. Egg decorating at the museum. (Boston)

5. Opening weekend for the Swan Boats. (Boston)

6. Wonder how hard it is to be The Carrot Salesman. (Brookline)

7. The Cambridge Science Festival continues. (Cambridge)

8. An Easter egg hunt for the special needs community. (Chestnut Hill)

9. Kids concert with The Nields. (Chestnut Hill)

10. Get out your petticoats and search for Easter eggs Victorian style. (Hanover)

11. Walk where the dinosaurs roamed. (Holyoke)

12. On the hunt for Easter eggs. (Martha’s Vineyard)

13. Latin American Grammy Award winners Lucky Diaz and the Family Jam Band. (Natick)

14. Easter EggZOOberance. (New Bedford)

15. This is how these Easter eggs roll. (Stockbridge)

16. Hop on down the bunny trail to the Bunny Bonanzoo. (Stoneham)

17. National parks opening weekend with free admission. (Various locations)

Image credit: 10 easy Easter egg ideas

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