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!

Weekly Blueprint

Weekly Blueprint

Happy Sunday everyone, I hope you're enjoying a lovely weekend! I have a quiet moment here so I wanted to share the Weekly Blueprint a little early. Enjoy this roundup of fun events for the week!

Monday

June 13: A dress-up Wild Walk at World's End is fun for any kid who loves costumes (Hingham)

June 13-17: GaYoung Bae performs at Brewer Plaza all week (Boston)

Tuesday

June 14: On the MOVE!, free fitness classes for children (Boston)

June 14: An interactive concert experience during Pops On Demand: You Choose the Tunes (Boston)

June 14: A party with music by Josh and The Jamtones, a free interactive dance lesson, balloon animals, treats, and more (Chestnut Hill)

June 14: A free fun puppet show, Punschi, at Chuckie Harris Park (Somerville)

June 14: Fabiola Méndez performs on Summer Street (Boston)

June 14: TASH performs at the Prudential Center (Boston)

Wednesday

June 15: Free admission for the MFA's Juneteenth event (Boston)

June 15: A free concert in the park by jazz band, La Vie En Rose (Boston)

June 15: Settle in for Story Hour at Weir River Farm, and get close to barnyard animals (Hingham)

June 15: Hop, Slither, Slide and see what animals you might discover under logs and rocks (Lincoln)

June 15: Come to the library and learn about nature in your neighborhood (Norwood)

June 15: Harshitha Krishnan performs a free concert at the Boston Public Library (Boston)

Thursday

June 16: On the MOVE!, free fitness classes for children (Boston)

June 16: Bring a picnic and enjoy the acoustic tunes of Box of Birds at this free outdoor concert (Chestnut Hill)

June 16: A book, a related hands-on activity, and fun at the farm during this Farmyard Fun event (Hingham)

June 16: Circle the Square Street Festival is a festival-style street fair on the third Thursday each summer month with live performances, local artisans, crafts, and more (Medford)

June 16: Enjoy a story hour in the garden at The Stevens-Coolidge Place (North Andover)

June 16: A free performance by Molly Kupris at Assembly Row (Somerville)

June 16: Miss Ellaneous kicks off the Family Farm Night series at the Wright-Locke Farm (Winchester)

June 16: Fabiola Méndez performs on Summer Street (Boston)

June 16: V Blackburn puts on a free concert at the Atlantic Wharf (Boston)

June 16: Take in a free concert by Maddie Jay and the pH Collective in Kendall Square (Cambridge)

June 16: Enjoy a soul/pop concert by Lyndsey Jones at Kendall (Cambridge)

June 16: Molly Kupris performs a free concert at Assembly Row (Somerville)

June 16: Pianist Max Brandenburg holds a free concert at the Wakefield Library (Wakefield)

June 16-18: Enjoy the puppet shenanigans of Chanticleer the Rooster (Brookline)

June 16-19: Get swept away with Gato Con Botas, a puppet opera in Spanish with English subtitles (Boston)

Friday

June 17: Engage in engineering by building tinfoil ferries, and experimenting to see how much they can hold (Acton)

June 17: Award-winning Matilda The Musical comes to the Boston Opera House (Boston)

June 17: Enjoy a free concert by Danae Greenfield (Boston)

June 17: Visit the Museum of Science for their Astronomy After Hours program (Boston)

June 17: Take part in Nature & Art Friday at the Museum of American Bird Art (Canton)

June 17: South Shore Art Center 61st Arts Festival has exhibitor booths, an art exhibit, live music, artist demonstrations, and children's art activities (Cohasset)

June 17: ivivva Coast to Coast Summer Festival brings lots of fun yoga, inspiration, and a dance party for girls aged 6-15 to Gillette Stadium (Foxborough)

June 17: Head to Drumlin Farm for an evening hayride and campfire (Lincoln)

June 17: Story Hour at the Chestnut Hill Farm, with a story, craft, or activity and a chance to get close to farm life (Southborough)

June 17-18: The free EurekaFest at MIT inspires young inventors and sparks creativity and problem solving (Cambridge)

June 17-19: Edaville is celebrating the expansion of Thomas Land and Dino Land with a Grand Re-Opening, with giveaways, live music, touch a truck, and more (Carver)

June 17-19: Celebrate literature at the Nantucket Book Festival (Nantucket)


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