Weekly Blueprint

Happy Sunday, everyone, I hope you’re enjoying a lovely weekend. After a couple of very crazy weeks, we’re in total happy puttering mode so I’m going to drop the Weekly Blueprint then get back to puttering! Enjoy!


March 27: Celebrate the music’s important role in culture and history at Play On: Music that Moves Us (Boston)

March 27: Attend a performance of the teen-written original piece Life: The App (Boston)

March 27-July 28: A brand new museum, The Environment Science Discovery and Action Museum, opens its doors with an inaugural exhibit designed to engage kids with weather and climate science (Charlestown)


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

March 28: Enjoy Story Time with the Boston Ballet (Dorchester)

March 28-April 2: Explore optical illusions all week (North Easton)


March 29: Go for a Listening Walk or Celebrate Nanoscale science, engineering, and technology (Acton)

March 29: Explore architecture through storytelling and a hands-on home construction activity (Newton)

March 29: Meet the farmers at this CSA Farm Share Fair (Somerville)

March 29-April 6: Attend the ReelAbilities Film Festival, which promotes awareness and appreciation of the lives, stories, and artistic expressions of people with different abilities (Various Locations)


March 30: Make a Mess with recycled container art  to celebrate Spring (Acton)

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

March 30-April 2: Check out the South Shore Conservatory’s Performathon 2017 (Hingham)


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

March 31: Take a Nature Storytime Walk (Cambridge)

March 31: Join Crayola Day Storytime at the Curious George Store (Cambridge)

March 31-April 2: Accompany German hand puppet Kasper on his whimsical adventures at Punschi: The Adventures of Kasper (Brookline)

March 31-April 2: Attend The Opulence of Integrity, a dance performance combining elements of hip-hop, martial arts, and modern dance, inspired by the life and legend of Muhammad Ali (Cambridge)