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

Hello everyone, I hope you had a lovely, restful, and reflective holiday weekend! Enjoy this roundup of events for the short week ahead!

Tuesday

May 30: Find out whether a bubble can be flat, whether it’s possible to make a bubble cube, and experiment with bubbles of all different shapes and sizes at Wacky Bubbles (Acton)

May 30: Go hunting for rocks at Rock This Way (Belmont)

May 30: Use a 3D printer to create fidget spinners and explore the 3D design process (Boston)

May 30: Join this Story Time with the Boston Ballet (Dorchester)

Wednesday

May 31: Work with sand, food, tea bags, yarn, buttons, and natural elements to create Cool Collages (Arlington)

May 31: Celebrate Shavuot with a dairy party -- make cheesecake to take home, hear the Ten Commandments as the Jews did at Mt. Sinai, and sample a variety of cheesecakes plus lots of ice cream (Brookline)

May 31: Join storyteller Doria Hughes for dynamic, interactive fun at Porter Square Books (Cambridge)

May 31: Harvest fresh garden snacks to make Rabbit’s Silly Salad, meet Drumlin Farm’s resident rabbit, and plant a miniature salad garden to bring home (Lincoln)

May 31: Explore a variety of creative musical activities, including singing, rhythm-making, dramatic interpretation, listening to different types of music, and lots of movement (North Easton)

Thursday

June 1: Take things apart to create something new (Acton)

June 1: Celebrate the joy of stories and reading with Big Joe and take home a free book (Boston)

June 1: Learn all about Queen Bee, do a royal dance, plant flowers for her ladies-in-waiting, then enjoy a honey snack (Lincoln)

June 1: Participate in Environmentalists Respond to the Trump Administration and Congress, a discussion of how current events in Washington impact climate change and energy (Vineyard Haven)

Friday

June 2: Experiment with Kitchen Chemistry by using common household ingredients to create ooey, gooey substances that squish, slime, and even glow in the dark (Acton)

June 2: It’s First Friday Night Free at the Discovery Museums (Acton)

June 2: Celebrate Doughnut Day at the Curious George Store (Cambridge)

June 2: Spend an evening gliding around the wetlands, exploring the ponds and marshes as day turns to night during this Twilight Canoe Trip (Norfolk)

June 2: Heritage Museums & Gardens hosts Food Truck Friday, a feast for foodies (Sandwich)

June 2: Take in a Cactushead Puppets Production of The Bremen Town Musicians (Somerville)


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