Weekly Blueprint

Happy Monday everyone, I hope you had a fantastic weekend! We had a lovely one; it felt so relaxed even while including art, home painting, pumpkin carving, soccer, a 9-mile run (what?!), a fancy dinner with friends, and watching Jon and Laurel play at an open mic event. It was a little hard to get rolling this morning but I've got my coffee and am ready to dive in. Let's do this thing! First up, the Weekly Blueprint. Enjoy and share with a friend!

October 26: A morning coffee walk by Spy Pond for parents with young children (Arlington)

October 26: A Trick or Treat Boo Bash, with mini golf, crafts, and refreshments all week (Norwood)

October 26: Be sure to check out all of the Haunted Happenings going on this week (Salem)

October 27: Join a sing-a-long at the Robbins library for singing and dancing fun (Arlington)

October 27: Toddlers come together in costume to dance at this Shake Your Bones Dance Party (Boston)

October 27: Get your toes tapping at the Toe Jam Halloween Spooktacular (Boston)

October 27: Norah Dooley is the last storyteller in the Faneuil Hall storytelling series (Boston)

October 27: A free hands-on cooking class for kids (Dedham)

October 27: Decorate your car for this free trunk-or-treat event for all ages (Easton)

October 27-November 1: Halloween Week with lots of Halloween-inspired crafts and activities (Easton)

October 27: A hike at Ponkapoag Pond, perfect for babies in carriers (Milton)

October 28: Trevor the Juggler amazes an audience with this fun show (Arlington)

October 28: A make and take pumpkin craft at Powisset Farm (Dover)

October 28: A kid-friendly hike with harvest stories to enjoy along the way (Hingham)

October 28: Creepy Crawly Critters are all at Drumlin Farm -- come by to meet creeping, crawling, slithering creatures (Lincoln)

October 28: Jeff Jam Halloween Party at Johnny D's promises to be a really fun evening (Somerville)

October 29: Debbie O'Carroll's Spooky Magic Show brings fun chills and spooky laughs and is perfect for ages 3 to 9 (Boston)

October 29: Feline fanatics can gather for the Internet Cat Video Festival at Berklee (Boston)

October 29: A Halloween Party with face-painting, snacks, and crafts (Boston)

October 29: Build a house out of Halloween candy at this Halloween Candy House Party (Boston)

October 29: There's spooky storytelling, ghostly games, and sinister snacks at this Monster Mash Halloween Bash (Boston)

October 29: A night of magic, music, merriment and mirth, at the Halloween Party and Magic Show (Boston)

October 29: Fall Fest at the library with face painting, pumpkin painting, and gourd bowling (Brookline)

October 29: In Dr. Doohickey and the Monster Machine, oversized puppet characters "monsterize" your favorite tales (Brookline)

October 29: A stroll through the beautiful Mount Auburn Cemetery (Cambridge)

October 29: Malloween at Liberty Tree Mall has trick-or-treating, prizes, and Halloween activities (Danvers)

October 29: Explore the farm in costume, and take in the halloween themed hayrides, jack o'lanterns, and refreshments (Lincoln)

October 29: Halloween at the Museum helps kids learn the truth about animals that go bump in the night (Milton)

October 30: Halloween Party and Neighborhood Stroll around Hyde Park, with activities and treats for the kids (Boston)

October 30: Ghoulish tunes played on an E.M. Skinner organ, inside the candlelit Old south Church (Boston)

October 30: Halloween Storytime with Curious George brings candy, costumes, and fun, spooky stories (Cambridge)

October 30: Halloween Happenings at the Cambridgeside Galleria brings a free trick or treat bags, and fun treats (Cambridge)

October 30: Doria Hughes brings some chilling tales to Porter Square Books (Cambridge)

October 30: Opening Night of The Witches, presented by Watertown Children's Theatre (Watertown)

October 30: Haunted Forest at Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary includes strange and mysterious (but not scary) creatures waiting in the forest, to be followed by games and face painting (Wellfleet)

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