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! I apologize for being light on posting this week. I was in Chicago for a couple of days to serve as part of the media team to kick off a really wonderful charity initiative and my editorial planning went a little off the rails since I wanted to make up time away from the girls when I returned. Anyway, enjoy these 21 weekend events, lovingly curated for your consideration. And be sure to check back for the April vacation mega-roundup!

1. A swashbuckling adventure and pirate mystery. (Amherst)

2. Spring food festival on the Greenway. (Boston)

3. Become a junior ranger. (Boston)

4. Book reading with illustrator Renee Kurilla. (Boston)

5. Children’s performance of The Diary of Anne Frank. (Boston)

6. Nothing stinks about the sense of smell day. (Boston)

7. Meet the string section of the New England Philharmonic. (Boston)

8. Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about composting. (Boston)

9. Marathon weekend kicks off. (Boston)

10. A Saturday jam with Ethan and the Jamberries. (Brookline)

11. Harvard celebrates the Boston Marathon. (Cambridge)

12. All about vernal pools. (Gloucester)

13. An Earth Day family festival and FREE admission. (Harvard)

14. A day of outdoor scientific discovery. (Lincoln)

15. An open house and sheep shearing. (Princeton)

16. The Revere Spring Carnival. (Revere)

17. Hammer, clamp, saw and paint your own wooden creations. (Salem)

18. An interactive journey around the globe using stories, music, dance and poetry. (South Boston)

19. Celebrate spring and prep the fields the old fashioned way. (Sturbridge)

20. So much to do outdoors this weekend. (Various locations)

21. Contemporary artists explore samurai in popular culture. (Worcester)

Image credit: Old Sturbridge Village


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