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 hope you're having a great week! I've admittedly been a bit off my game due to the holiday weekend, but I've got a packed work day ahead so it's time to kick things off and focus! First order of business = FUN FOR YOU! Yay! Enjoy this roundup of 28 weekend events, lovingly curated for your consideration! Have a fantastic weekend and check back tomorrow for a great edition of Hey Internet, Keep Being Awesome.

1. FREE evening at the museum for families with children on the Autism spectrum. (Acton)

2. The Bay Colony Brass present a concert for the whole family. (Arlington)

3. A young artist performance of The Sound of Music. (Belmont)

4. Enter the mind-bending world of massive inflatables. (Boston)

5. FREE family concert and instrument petting zoo. (Boston)

6. Celebrate the beauty of the Esplanade with this 5k and backyard dash. (Boston)

7. The East Coast’s largest celebration of craft beer. (Boston)

8. Deaf and hard of hearing day at The Children’s Museum. (Boston)

9. Talented young performers show off their drum compositions. (Boston)

10. The zoo comes uncorked. (Boston)

11. Savor spring on the waterfront during this family play date. (Boston)

12. Treat yourself to a wellness retreat. (Cohasset)

13. Emerson Hospital Auxiliary's annual 5k Run/Walk for Cancer (Concord)

14. Kick off the spring farming season at Powisset Farm. (Dover)

15. Meet amongst the wildflowers. (Framingham)

16. Black and White in the Park deCordova gala. (Lincoln)

17. Celebrate Medford! (Medford)

18. Dog tricks and canine comedy. (Natick)

19. Bio-Blitz Free-for-All features animals, plants, and insects right from our own backyard. (Newburyport)

20. Give back to Mother Nature for all she gave us this past season by cleaning up Wachusett. (Princeton)

21. A soccer game for the whole family. (Revere)

22. Trying to be an artist and a parent? Here’s how. (Somerville)

23. Salute summer with music, dancing, snacks and storytime. (Somerville)

24. Southbridge fest! (Southbridge)

25. Nature, fun, music and more at the Audubon Nature Festival. (Topsfield)

26. A festival of Israeli music, art, dance, fun, food and community. (Waltham)

27. Bands, brew and bbq. (Westford)

28. Experience the sounds and songs of life. (Worcester)

Image credit: New England Wildflower Society


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