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!

30 Cool Things To Do In June

30 Cool Things To Do In June

Well, May was just the CRAZIEST. I'm incredibly grateful for so many things and eager to leave some of the work stress behind! Let's get started by looking ahead to 30 cool things to do in June -- one idea for every day of the month!

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

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

June 3: Enjoy this Pops Concert & Picnic, featuring the New Philharmonia Orchestra (Chestnut Hill)

June 4: Follow the adventures of Snow White as she takes a peek at what happens through the looking glass when Theater in the Open stages a free Spring Pantomime (Newburyport)

June 5: Attend Especially for Me! Sensory-Friendly Afternoon at the Discovery Museums (Acton)

June 6: The annual Jimmy Fund Scooper Bowl is the nation’s largest all-you-can-eat ice cream festival (Boston)

June 7: Part meditation practice, part discussion, part New Moms Group, the Mommy Sangha offers a unique community for mothers (Watertown)

June 8: Summer in the City returns with live music on Boston Harbor (Boston)

June 9: Take a night walk When the Moon is Full - Strawberry Moon and bring home a full moon calendar (Acton)

June 10: Celebrate at the Boston Pride Parade and Festival (Boston)

June 11: Cheer for the Boston Dragon Boat Festival competitors(Boston)

June 12: Attend the Boston Philharmonic Youth Orchestra Tour Send Off Concert to wish them luck on their 2017 South American Tour (Cambridge)

June 13: Tinker with straws, beads, colored pasta, and anything that can be strung, looped, or laced at Tinker Tuesday: Threading Things (Acton)

June 14: Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn opens at Old Sturbridge Village (Sturbridge)

June 15: Join Beyond the 4th Wall for their child-friendly performance of The Lion King (Cambridge)

June 16: EurekaFest 2017 celebrates high school and collegiate inventors from across the country (Cambridge)

June 17: Pick-your-own at Drumlin Farm’s Strawberry Day (Lincoln)

June 18: Bring a picnic blanket for this Father’s Day Bluegrass BBQ with food, lawn games, animals, and music (Dover)

June 19: Preschoolers receive free admission to Edaville when they bring along their Thomas & Friends drawing (Carver)

June 20: Giggle along to a Silly Storytime (Acton)

June 21: Mark Summer Solstice with hands-on activities, live music, and free admission to the four Harvard Museums of Science & Culture (Cambridge)

June 22: Squish, sculpt, drip, and explore kinetic sand (Acton)

June 23: Free Fun Fridays returns, with no-cost admission to 85 cultural institutions throughout Massachusetts for 10 consecutive Fridays (Various Locations)

June 24: Join musicians, storytellers, artisans, and food vendors for Arlington Alive! Summer Arts Block Party (Arlington)

June 25: Folk music, balloons, face painting, and of course, strawberries, await at the Russell Orchards Strawberry Festival (Ipswich)

June 26: Go on a Seashore Ramble and use dip nets and magnifiers to search for swimming, flying, and burrowing wildlife at low tide (South Wellfleet)

June 27: Build-a-Brush for painting (Acton)

June 28: Rock a Baby in Baxter Park at this month’s Tots @ 10 on the Row (Somerville)

June 29: Make a Muddy Masterpiece (Acton)

June 30: Boston Harborfest activities begin (Boston)


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