Weekend Roundup

Happy Friday everyone, I hope you've been enjoying a great week and are gearing up for a lovely holiday weekend! I've got a ton to do before shutting down for the weekend so I'll get right to it. Enjoy this roundup of 21 events, lovingly curated for your consideration!

1. Fill the yard at the Discovery Museums with handmade one of a kind structures (Acton)

2. Make a paper lantern to serve as a reminder of the importance of peace (Arlington)

3. Celebrate spring with a gentle stroll and bird spotting (Belmont)

4. Tall Tales! Stories and Songs from Old New England at the Puppet Showplace Theater (Brookline)

5. Once a Blue Moon - Cada Luna Azul, a free large-scale indoor/outdoor performance (Boston)

6. Concerts, concessions, and lots of fun at the Lawn on D (Boston)

7. Enjoy a nature story hour and a walk around the trails (Boston)

8. This month's ICA Play Date theme is Contemporary Art Improv -- come down for comics, improv, sketching, and more (Boston)

9. Honor those who served in our military, with experiences from 1812-present day showcased at the USS Constitution Museum (Boston)

10. Celebrate Star Wars Day at the Franklin Park Zoo (Boston)

11. Edaville USA kicks off their season with Military & Carver Residents Appreciation Weekend and their annual mother's day out (Carver)

12. The 42nd annual Massachusetts Sheep & Woolcraft Fair (Cummington)

13. Story Time and Musical Play at Garden in the Woods (Framingham)

14. Enjoy a free New Orleans style concert during Music in the Courtyard with Henri Smith (Gloucester)

15. There's an Open Barnyard at Weir River Farm (Hingham)

16. Take part in Fun in the Farmyard, self-guided tours with farm crafts, games, animal encounters, and more (Ipswich)

17. It's time for Field Day in the Dell at Springdell Farm, with sheep shearing, pony rides, face painting, and lots more (Littleton)

18. The Trailside Pond is open for boardwalk strolls and exploration (Milton)

19. Newburyport's Spring Festival features TONS of fun for the whole family (Newburyport)

20. Kids can operate and dig with giant excavators, play on a bulldozer and backhoe, even drive a real farm tractor during Machinery Madness (Sterling)

21. During Wool Days at Old Sturbridge village, visit sheep, try your hand at carding wool, and more (Sturbridge)