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!

31 Cool Things To Do in March (In Boston + Beyond)

31 Cool Things To Do in March (In Boston + Beyond)

You guys, tomorrow = MARCH. Yowza. Here are 31 cool things to do -- one idea for every day of the month! Enjoy and share!

March 1: Learn how much fun a library can be with Amelia Bedelia, Bookworm, and create a unique book to take home (Newton)

March 2: Get a breath of fresh air and celebrate Read Across America Day by heading outside for a StoryWalk (Acton)

March 3: Make a MESS with Kitchen Chemistry (Acton)

March 4: Puppet Showplace Theater presents Trickster Tales by Barefoot Puppets (Brookline)

March 5: Watch illusionist David Garrity perform “Magic & Beyond,” a one-person illusion show (Brookline)

March 6: The Discovery Museums offer their monthly Especially for Me! Free Morning for Families with Deaf, Hard of Hearing, & KODA Infants and Toddlers (Acton)

March 7: Attend THE TALK, a workshop with child psychologist Dr. Nora Shine, in which she shares realistic strategies that parents can use to promote their children’s safety, especially in regards to sexual exploitation (Bedford)

March 8: Take a free infant massage class (South Boston)

March 9:  Sing songs, create crafts, and listen to stories that celebrate Purim (Brookline)

March 10: Have a Pajama Party with singing, dance, drama, movement, and more (North Easton)

March 11: Kids can get their Little Groove on, playing real instruments while they dance and sing along to songs about play, sleep, rainbows, pigs, monkeys, butterflies, ducks, and dogs (Brookline)

March 12: Attend the Boston STEM Fair to learn about local opportunities for hands-on science, tech, math, and engineering experiences (Watertown)

March 13: Join Moms & Music for singing, signing, and play (Boston)

March 14: Discover the concept of Pi while following in the footsteps of women mathematicians to celebrate Pi Day and Women’s History Month all at once (Acton)

March 15: Sing in Spanish and English at this Bilingual Sing-A-Long (Brighton)

March 16: Mommybites Boston hosts its 5th Annual Ultimate Mom’s Night Out (Somerville)

March 17: Travel through time and around the world exploring shadow puppets, stories, and songs (Brookline)

March 18: Watch maple syrup prepared traditionally, then sample the sweetness at Brookwood Farm’s Maple Sugar Days Festival (Milton)

March 19: Attend the 110th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade (Boston)

March 20: It’s a Toddlerbilly Taco Takeover with Matt Heaton (Somerville)

March 21: Go on a DNA-inspired scavenger hunt (Acton)

March 22: Stop by the Boston Flower and Garden Show (Boston)

March 23: Celebrate the Year of the Rooster when Puppet Showplace Theater performs Hao Bang Ah, Rooster! (Brookline)

March 24: Journey to Space, experience Extreme Weather, or go on a National Parks Adventure at the Museum of Science’s Free Film Friday (Boston)

March 25: Time for the 18th annual Classical Cartoon Festival (Boston)

March 26: Jenny the Juggler stages a variety show with face painting, balloon animals, singing, and more (Brookline)

March 27: Enjoy a performance of Play On: Music that Moves Us (Boston)

March 28: Land asteroids to test what kinds of moon craters they will make (Acton)

March 29: Go on a listening walk (Acton)

March 30: Take a musical journey through animation, as an cappella choir and chamber orchestra perform works from iconic soundtracks (Boston)

March 31: Older children can join in this Book Club discussion of The Unstoppable Octobia May (Boston)


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