Weekly Blueprint

Happy Monday everyone, I hope you had a wonderful weekend! We were all a little foggy getting back to things today, but what a gorgeous morning -- a perfect lead up to the fall equinox on Wednesday! If you're looking for something fun to do this week, look no further than today's Weekly Blueprint. And don't forget to enter to win this four-pack of Red Sox tickets -- a fun fall outing to celebrate the last home stand of the season!

September 21: A morning coffee walk near Spy Pond (Arlington)

September 21: Learn how to make a pop up card to keep or give to a friend (Boston)

September 22: Take a tour of the Sun/Moon Garden at the sanctuary and use all your senses (Belmont)

September 22: Tony Toledo is this week's featured storyteller at Faneuil Hall (Boston)

September 23: Enjoy the Boston Nature Center through creativity, games, and movement (Boston)

September 24: Take in the world premier performance of The Hidden Code (Boston)

September 24: Yoga for the entire family, explored through games, instruction, and cooperative poses (Canton)

September 24: The official grand opening of MakerSpace, a room at the Children's Museum that encourages visitors to explore, create, and build (Easton)

September 24: Make a pizza from scratch from mixing the dough to harvesting vegetables from the garden (Lincoln)

September 25: It's the kickoff of Artweek Boston, with exhibits, workshops, performances and more (Boston)

September 25: Lunchtime concert on the lawn, featuring Minette Hope (Boston)

September 25: Use detective skills to track animals, inspect soil, and learn about the world hidden in plain sight (Boston)

September 25: After-hours stargazing on the roof of the Museum of Science (Boston)

September 25: It's the first day of the Boston Calling Music Festival, with a wide variety of performers (Boston)

September 25: Expressing Motherhood showcases people sharing their stories about motherhood (Dedham)

September 25: The Children's Museum celebrates World Wide Day of Play with epic fort building and much more (Easton)

September 25: It's Family Movie Night on Planters Hill, so bring a picnic and enjoy (Hingham)

September 25: There's an evening hayride and campfire, with s'mores and a special nighttime visitor (Lincoln)

September 25: Build a fire, cook some snacks, play games, and then do some stargazing (Milton)

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