31 Cool Things To Do In March (In Boston + Beyond)

Get out your calendars because here are 31 cool things to do in March -- one idea for every day of the month!

March 1: Walk the dunes and take in a bit of Full Moon Folklore (Ipswich)

March 2: Take a free Tiny Tots Sign Language class (Dorchester)

March 3: It’s Maple Magic Day at Natick Community Organic Farm (Natick)

March 4: Head out for a maple sugaring tour of the Ipswich Wildlife Sanctuary (Topsfield)

March 5: The theme for this month’s MFA Playdate is “Know Your Numbers” (Boston)

March 6: The Discovery Museums offer their monthly Especially for Me! Sensory-Friendly Afternoon (Acton)

March 7: Join the author and illustrator of Windows for a fun, interactive program with books, movement, music, art, and hands-on activities for preschoolers (Salem)

March 8: The Eliot School offers a free Fiber Arts class (Boston)

March 9: Catch this Harlem Globetrotters performance (Worcester)

March 10: Team up with a photographer and painter to learn the process behind their 20-foot mixed media work and make your own (Gloucester)

March 11: Enjoy a hearty Sap-to-Syrup Farmer’s Breakfast (Lincoln)

March 12: Explore nature through play with rocks, sticks, water, and more (Waltham)

March 13: Tweens can engage in a bit of Creative Drama (Roslindale)

March 14: Teens can participate in this free Grub Street Spoken Word workshop (Mattapan)

March 15: Let Freedom Ring celebrates Black History through poetry and music (Dorchester)

March 16: Check out the Boston Flower and Garden Show (Boston)

March 17: Attend this Family Opera performance of Weedpatch (Cambridge)

March 18: It’s time for the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade (South Boston)

March 19: Mother Goose on the Loose features rhymes, songs, props, and more (Boston)

March 20: Engage with storytelling and play when the Mary Baker Eddy Library features The Dot and Escargot for Storytime in the Book Nook (Boston)

March 21: Celebrate Spring Equinox by crafting a colorful sun catcher (Boston)

March 22: Explore the science of color combinations inspired by Eric Carle’s book The Mixed Up Chameleon (North Easton)

March 23: Salem Film Fest, one of New England’s largest documentary film festivals, begins (Salem)

March 24: Drumlin Farm offers its annual Woolapalooza event with new spring lambs, sheep shearing demonstrations, and hands-on activities for all ages (Lincoln)

March 25: Shawn Colvin performs lullabies from her new album, “The Starlighter” (Boston)

March 26: Pulitzer-Prize winning author Junot Diaz reads from his first book for children, Islandborn (Boston)

March 27: Play Passover Hide and Seek (Newton)

March 28: This Special Needs Resource Fair highlights behavioral services, adaptive sports, occupational and physical therapy, speech therapy, social skills groups, assessment services, tutoring, and more (Belmont)

March 29: Drop by the Lego Club for some building fun and inspiration (Boston)

March 30: Care for the chickens, examine eggs, and use natural materials to dye an egg and take it home (Lincoln)

March 31: Explore Art and Technology at this month’s ICA Playdate (Boston)

Featured photo by Tim Marshall on Unsplash