Weekly Blueprint

Hello friends! I'm writing from Austin for a conference so I'm going to get right to it! Enjoy this roundup of events for Monday through Friday!


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

March 13-17: Engage with technology during Tween Tech Week (Boston)

March 13-April 15: The Easter Bunny has arrived, ready for visits and photos (Burlington)


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 14: Create freestyle, three-dimensional art and construction projects with surprising materials (Boston)

March 14: Join this free puppet show and makers workshop for World Puppet Day (Cambridge)


March 15: Create butterfly seed bombs that produce milkweed and monarch favorites (Acton)

March 15: Dress in jammies for bunny bedtime stories (Andover)

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

March 15: Author Chris Edwards talks about transitioning to the man he knew he was before the word “transgender” was well known (Cambridge)

March 15: Enjoy taste tests, treats, and lots of learning at the 1st Annual Appleton Farms Maple Festival (Ipswich)

March 15: Glimpse into 19th century living through the Ox Cart Man (Newton)

March 15-18: Arlington Children’s Theatre performs Mary Poppins: The Musical (Lexington)


March 16: Discover what Abby’s Therapy Dog training was like and how she learned her favorite trick for Brain Awareness Week (Acton)

March 16: Enjoy a baby-friendly matinee of Precious Little (Cambridge)

March 16: STEM for Beginners invites preschoolers to become young scientists with hands-on exploration (North Easton)

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

March 16-19: Travel through time and around the world exploring shadow puppets, stories, and songs (Brookline)


March 17: Forest Fridays nature activities take place each week, no matter the weather or season (Acton)

March 17: Listen to St. Patrick’s Day stories at the Curious George Store (Cambridge)

March 17: High school students can create their own publication at Zine Scene (Cambridge)

March 17: Arts, crafts, and a storytime await on this Winter Nature Walk (Cambridge)

March 17: Students from the Kenny School of Irish Dance perform (Dorchester)

March 17: Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with rainbow crafts and a dusting of leprechaun magic -- wear green for a special treat (North Easton)