Weekly Blueprint

Happy Monday, everyone, I hope you had a lovely weekend -- we enjoyed a very relaxed one here! So that whole April showers bring May flowers thing seems to be panning out. It's another gray and rainy day here, but I guess the upside is that it's not snowing! And some other good news? I have lots of great event ideas in this week's Weekly Blueprint if you're looking for something to shake up the mojo. Enjoy, and please share with friends!

April 11: Massachusetts Restaurant Day for No Kid Hungry at five local restaurants (various)

April 11: Sing-along with Jeremy Lyons at the library (Somerville)

April 11: Matt Heaton performs at a Todderbilly Taco Takeover (Somerville)

April 11-15: An avant-garde presentation of Alice in Wonderland (Boston)

April 12: Make a MESS with pasta stained glass (Acton)

April 12: Plant your own seeds during this make and take (Boston)

April 12: Opening night of The Wizard of Oz at the Wang Theater (Boston)

April 12: MGHfC Education Day provides a chance to ask questions of the experts (Boston)

April 12: Discover Spider Superheroes with amazing powers at this free program (Chelsea)

April 12: Toddler Tuesday over at Legoland, with activities and stories (Somerville)

April 13: An outdoor story time with active play (Acton)

April 13: Hear the tale of The Frog Prince and then go search for him outside (Lincoln)

April 13: Opening of the new exhibit, In Fine Feather, at the Peabody Essex Museum (Salem)

April 14: Create a beautiful jigsaw puzzle, break it apart, and reassemble it (Acton)

April 14: Opening reception of the "Motion and Matter" exhibition at Crossings Gallery (Boston)

April 14: Santiago Diaz performs a free guitar concert (Boston)

April 14: Look for new opportunities at the Annual Volunteer Expo (Boston)

April 14: Learn how to care for piglets during This Little Piggy (Lincoln)

April 14-17: Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts at Brandeis(Waltham)

April 14-17: Robin Hood is performed at the Puppet Showplace Theatre (Brookline)

April 14-17: The Harvard Dance Project presents “What Moves You?” (Cambridge)

April 14-18: Boston International Film Festival(Boston)

April 15: Develop some squishy circuits in PlayDoh and enjoy the lights, buzzing, and whirring that follows (Acton)

April 15: Barnyard Dance is the featured book at this Kids Kitchen Story Time (Boston)

April 15: The Boston Conservatory presents an autism-friendly version of Limitless (Boston)

April 15: The Giant Pacific Octopus moves into its new habitat at the aquarium (Boston)

April 15: Juanito Pascual performs flamenco guitar with some special guests (Concord)

April 15: Spring exhibit opening reception at the Fruitlands Museum (Harvard)

April 15-18: Celebrate Patriot’s Day Weekend at the Old Manse (Concord)

April 15-24: Cambridge Science Festivalgets participants excited about science with tons of events (Cambridge)

April 15-May 15: Wheelock Family Theatre presents A Year With Frog and Toad (Boston)

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