Weekly Blueprint

Happy Sunday everyone, I hope you're having a great weekend (this weather!) and are looking forward to getting back into a rhythm if you were off for April vacation this past week. If you're looking for something to do, enjoy this curated roundup of ideas for Monday through Friday!


April 24: Get cozy for bedtime stories and a seasonal craft (Boston)

April 24: Kids Book Club Junior discusses Marvin Redpost: Why Pick on Me by Louis Sachar (Boston)

April 24: Teens can learn about getting started with City Year (Boston)

April 24 + 28:  Learn how food went from seed to table before supermarkets and refrigeration during this Storytime at the Museums: In the Kitchen (Newton)

April 24-29: Drop in in for Week of the Young Child programming at the Boston Children’s Museum all week (Boston)


April 25: Make a strawberry DNA necklace to commemorate National DNA Day (Acton)

April 25: Celebrate Week of the Young Child with stories and activities about healthy eating and fitness (Acton)

April 25: Habitat hosts Bubble Time (Belmont)

April 25: MoneySmart Tinker Tots explores money through games, free play, stories, and activities (Boston)

April 25: Create Sharpie Tie-Dye T-Shirts (Dorchester)

April 25: Lend a hand with afternoon chores at Drumlin Farm -- feed and milk the cows, then enjoy a dairy treat (Lincoln)

April 25: It’s Peppa Pig’s Big Splash (Lowell)


April 26: Build forts during Work Together Wednesday (Acton)

April 26: Engineer a bird feeder (Acton)

April 26: Teens can join the Boston Public Library’s Teen Leadership Council (Boston)

April 26: Work with artists from Spontaneous Celebrations to create decorations, signs, and costumes to wear to the Wake Up the Earth parade in May (Roxbury)

April 26: Join a morning Swamp Romp, look for swamp critters, and enjoy stories and crafts (Sharon)

April 27: Create art using physics (Acton)

April 27: Attend a free spring performance by Boston Conservatory students (Boston)

April 27: Listen to stories and create a money-themed craft at MoneySmart (Boston)

April 27: Kids are free to stretch, breathe, and be silly during Giggle Wiggle Yoga (Boston)

April 27-30: Join the Harvard Arts First Festival for more than 100 live performing, literary, and visual arts experiences (Cambridge)

April 27: Learn about the habits and habitats of several New England turtles during Turtle Time (Lincoln)

April 27: Join leading scientists, researchers, and entrepreneurs for hands-on science and engineering exploration at the Spring Innovator Symposium (Winchester)


April 28: Catch a performance of Charlotte’s Web (Boston)

April 28: Join the Trail Detectives’ Club to solve clues about the natural world while learning to be a green citizen (Boston)

April 28: Take a peek at the moon, stars, and planets during the Museum of Science’s Astronomy After Hours (Boston)

April 28: Listen to a dance-themed storytime at the Curious George Store (Cambridge)

April 28: Act out The Princess and the Pea, create a royal bed in the garden filled with peas and more, then bring home a personal pot of peas (Lincoln)

April 28-29: Visit SOUND SCULPTURE: An Interactive, Physical, Light, and Sound Installation (Boston)