Weekly Blueprint

Happy Sunday everyone, I hope you're enjoying this rainy day! If you're looking for something to do this week, check out this roundup of ideas! 

Ongoing

Now through February 25: Ice skate along the 11,000 square feet of Boston Winter’s Skating Path (Boston)

Now through February 25: Skate in just your socks through an alpine village and catch a special presentation of SEUSSICAL at the Boston Children’s Museum’s Snowmazing Spectacular! (Boston)

Now through March 24: The USS Constitution Model Shipwright Guild and the USS Constitution Museum presents Masters of Miniatures (Charlestown)

Monday, February 12

Get messy making some rainbow playdough

Check out the newest boats from the region’s top dealers at the New England Boat Show (Boston)

Introduce your kids to classical music with Boston Baroque (Dorchester)

Rock out with the Toe Jam Puppet Band (New Bedford)

Take in tot time at the Nature Playspace (Waltham)

Tuesday, February 13

Engineer some pop-up cards (Acton)

Kids can find their fellow comic-book loving peeps at this comic book club (Allston)

Enjoy hot chocolate and churros all day long (Boston)

On the Move is a free winter indoor movement program with songs, stories, snacks, and more (Brockton)

Make a glass mobile (Lincoln)

Make wooly Valentines (Lincoln)

Bring your babies and preschoolers for a fun morning of music with Sarah (Needham)

Get your LEGO on at Toddler Tuesday (Somerville)

Wednesday, February 14

Teens can learn 3D modeling with Empow (Dorchester)

Craft cards and concoct love potions at this Valentine’s Day event (Easton)

Get some fresh air at this nature playgroup (Harvard)

Enjoy a winter barnyard story hour (Hingham)

Read stories celebrating hugs and kisses, then make lovebug hats (Jamaica Plain)

Celebrate Valentine’s Day on the slopes (Princeton)

Engage in this interactive event especially for preschoolers and caregivers (Salem)

Thursday, February 15

Take electronics apart (Acton)

Enjoy a free evening at the ICA (Boston)

Make a Chinese New Year paper lantern (Brighton)

Investigate nature for signs of animals’ nighttime activity (Milton)

Celebrate the year of the dog through STEM (Easton)

Friday, February 16

Explore an artful adventure for homeschoolers (Boston)

Relax and breathe during family yoga (Boston)

Celebrate the year of the dog with crafts and stories (Boston)

Enjoy a baby-friendly movie (Brookline)

Enjoy a monkey-oriented storytime (Cambridge)

The annual Bugs Bunny Film Festival features The All Bugs Revue, Daffy Duck and Friends, and Looney Tunes Revue (Cambridge)

Celebrate Chinese New Year (Easton)

Imagine, sing, and learn about bald eagles (Newburyport)

Featured photo by Elvir K on Unsplash