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!

April Vacation Mega-Roundup!

Around this time last week I was saying, no way I can't believe April vacation is next week. Well, it's here and if you're looking for activities for your kids, enjoy this mega-roundup of events and programs in and out of the city. And wherever you land tomorrow, be sure to issue good wishes to all those running in and working the Boston Marathon. I'm so proud of this beautiful city!

BOSTON: Boston Strong at the 118th Boston Marathon.

BOSTON: Inspire hope and healing for Boston with free admission on April 21.

BOSTON: Perfect vacation week adventures for your budding artists.

BOSTON: Find out what’s new at the zoo.

BOSTON: Lots going on at the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway.

BOSTON: Growing our community.

BOSTON: Celebrate a week of no homework at The Homework Machine.

BOSTON: Contemporary art treks.

BOYLSTON: Spend your vacation amongst the trees and flowers.

CAMBRIDGE: The Cambridge Science Festival continues.

CONCORD: Earth Day seed planting.

CONCORD: Historic Patriot’s Day celebrations.

EASTON: It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s super hero week.

IPSWICH: Scavenger hunt for nature’s treasures.

LEXINGTON: It’s Patriot’s Day all week.

LINCOLN: Art for April vacation.

NANTUCKET: The Daffodil Festival begins.

NEEDHAM: Super fun camp at The Kid’s Place 4 Fun.

NEW BEDFORD: Not only is it vacation week, but it’s Earth Week.

SALEM: Lots of drop-in art activities.

STONEHAM: Carnivore explore.

STURBRIDGE: Celebrate school vacation the old fashioned way.

TAUNTON: Learn how to play like a Boston Bruin.

WORCESTER: A fabulous Earth Day celebration.

WORCESTER: Things are getting wild at the EcoTarium.

VARIOUS LOCATIONS: So much for little naturalists to do with Mass Audubon.

Image credit: Tower Hill Botanical Garden

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