Weekly Blueprint

Happy Sunday, everyone, I hope you're enjoying a wonderful, wonderful weekend! Ours has been filled with lots of relaxation and fun and I'm sharing the Weekly Blueprint early because: 1) there are a lot of fun options for tomorrow's holiday that you might want to plan for, and 2) as much as I love working, I want to take tomorrow off entirely for my birthday! Have a great rest of the weekend and I'll see you back here on Tuesday!

October 12: Get in the Lego Zone at the Discovery Museums (Acton)

October 12: A morning coffee walk by Spy Pond for parents with young children (Arlington)

October 12: The Opening Our Doors event gives access to many museums for free and provides a day full of musical, artistic, and creatively inspiring pursuits (Boston)

October 12: The whole family can volunteer to work on a horticultural project on the Greenway (Boston)

October 12: At the Columbus Day Fall Festival, there will be living history demonstrations, games and crafts, live music, and more (Concord)

October 12: A free drop-in family day to explore Nigerian Adire textile batik painting (Concord)

October 12: Play Fore Kids! Golf Tournament brings a day full of golf fun (Easton)

October 12: A final day of the Fall Festival with live animals, games, cider pressing, face painting, and more (Milton)

October 12: A fun concert with Vanessa Trien and the Jumping Monkeys (Newton)

October 12: It’s the last day of the Topsfield Fair  (Topsfield)

October 12: A Columbus Day Game at Gore Place challenges participants to discover objects with only details as clues (Waltham)

October 12-16: Be sure to check out all of the Haunted Happenings going on this week (Salem)

October 13: Antonio Mendez reads books and sings songs in Spanish (Boston)

October 13: Alicia Quintano is the featured storyteller at Faneuil Hall this week (Boston)

October 14: Teens can celebrate Harry Potter at the Robbins Library (Arlington)

October 15: Take apart household electronics and discover how they work (Acton)

October 15: Enjoy a fall family adventure on this nature walk at the Ward Reservation (Andover)

October 15: Meet six live owls and learn how to hoot (Arlington)

October 15: It’s the first day of the Arlington International Film Festival (Arlington)

October 15: Hear stories about Latin America and make a craft with La Pinata (Boston)

October 16: Learn how animals get ready for winter (Acton)

October 16: The Children's Museum hosts a fall festival with live music, amazing children's activities, and cider you can make with a bicycle-powered cider press (Boston)

October 16: Hammond Castle is transformed to the Castle of Nightmares on this haunted tour (Gloucester)

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