Weekly Blueprint

Happy Sunday everyone, I hope you're having a wonderful weekend! Today is Violet's birthday (so many feelings! so much rainbow cake!) so I'm just popping in quickly to drop the Weekly Blueprint. Also, you have until noon tomorrow (Monday) to enter to win a one-on-one business/social media consulting session with me (thanks to Workbar at Staples) so be sure to get on that!

Currently Ongoing

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

Monday, March 19

The Discovery Museums’ SMART Gals series continues its celebration of Women’s History Month with hands-on botany activities in honor of chemist Beatrix Potter’s contributions to the field (Acton)

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

Listen to stories about a famous dancer during Story Time with the Boston Ballet, then move creatively with some of their dance educators (Boston)

Tuesday, March 20

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

Join Wee the People for Popping Stereotypes, an interactive game designed to challenge gender and other stereotypes (Boston)

Learn about owls with stories and games, then look for evidence of their nightly prowls during Whoooo is There? (Lincoln)

Wednesday, March 21

Mark the International Day of Forests with a journey into the woods to look for the biggest, tallest tree (Acton)

Bring a friend and a favorite Passover dessert to this Passover Wine & Dessert Tasting Moms Night Out (Arlington)

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

The Lurie Center for Autism hosts a workshop on working with school special education teams effectively (Lexington)

Focus on poetry, spoken word, and the art of hip hop at this free Grub Street workshop (Mattapan)

Thursday, March 22

Make a vernal work of art or explore the inner workings of everyday electronics (Acton)

Take in a free performance by solo harpsichordist Alina Rotaru (Boston)

Visit a rabbit in the farmyard then head to the kitchen and bake bunny’s favorite treat: carrot bread (Lincoln)

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

Join a Woodcock Watch for Families in hopes of witnessing their incredible courtship flight displays (Princeton)

Rock out with Josh and the Jamtones at a family Passover concert to benefit Project Bread (Somerville)

Friday, March 23

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

Take part in games and crafts at the Simonds Park Easter Egg Hunt (Burlington)

Come to Puppy Day storytime at the Curious George Store (Cambridge)

Learn how wool goes from sheep to sweater and create yarn or felt to take home (Lincoln)

Take a Preschool Yoga Wildlife Adventure (Milton)

Children with special needs who need a less chaotic, more sensory-friendly environment are invited, along with their families, to this Special Easter Egg Hunt (Westborough)

Featured photo by Soraya Irving on Unsplash