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!

Weekly Blueprint

Happy Sunday everyone, I hope you're enjoying a fantastic weekend -- it's been such a delightful, low-key, domestically oriented one for us! So good and necessary! Anyway, I'm dropping the Weekly Blueprint a little early because I'm heading off for a quick work trip to Chicago tomorrow -- this fall has been bizarrely full of quick work trips! If you want to follow along on the adventures, join me over at Instagram! And now, enjoy this roundup of fun for the week.

November 16: Enjoy free admission to the Harvard Art Museums (Cambridge)

November 17: Join Christine for the webinar, Edit Your Life: Making Modern Family Life Work (online)

November 17: Enjoy a sing-a-long at the Robbins library (Arlington)

November 17: Opening day of Elf, the Broadway Musical (Boston)

November 17: A Charles River Urban Stroll that works for strollers and babies in carriers, with a playground at the end (Newton)

November 17: Another stroller-friendly hike that's also good for toddlers and young children (Sturbridge)

November 18: Make a flock of noisy turkeys using STEAM concepts (Acton)

November 18: Enjoy a lecture at the MFA, "Rembrandt: Social Climber or Outcast?" (Boston)

November 18: Get the inside scoop on the secrets of a happy family, presented by Bruce Feiler (Concord)

November 18: Make and Take: Colonial Crafts are inspired by the Mayflower journey (Dover)

November 18: Enjoy some ARTfull play at deCordova Sculpture Park, and practice drawing with light by moving shadows (Lincoln)

November 18: Meet some robots from iRobot at the Watertown Free Public Library (Watertown)

November 19: Hear how the baby beat the giant during these Native American tale telling (Arlington)

November 19: Pint Sized Science: Animal Defenses encourages kids to explore antlers, furs, sharp teeth and more (Boston)

November 19: A hike around the outer loop of Mount Auburn Cemetery (Cambridge)

November 19: A lecture on Ocean Exploration Technologies at the Harvard Museum of Natural History (Cambridge)

November 19: Lexington High School puts on their fall play, "Peter/Wendy" (Lexington)

November 20: Color Shabbat, with the November Pink representing Breast Cancer Awareness (Arlington)

November 20: Santa arrives at the Prudential Center in his Winter Wonderland (Boston)

November 20: A Pajama Party for younger children and older siblings at the Children's Museum (Boston)

November 20: Edaville's Christmas Festival of Lights features comfortable coaches, vintage amusement rides, a visit with Santa, and much more (Carver)

November 20: A read-along performance of The Nutcracker Ballet, performed by the Melrose Youth Ballet (Melrose)

November 20: Miracle on 34th Street is presented by the Needham Community Theatre (Needham)

November 20: The Sleigh Bell Artisan Fair returns to the Wenham Museum, with hand-crafted artisanal goods including heirloom silhouettes (Wenham)

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