Weekly Blueprint

Happy Monday everyone, I hope you had a great weekend! Unfortunately a couple of fun outings (my friend's band, Jingle Bell 5K) got snowed out but it certainly feels festive to have snow on the ground! I hope you have a fantastic week ahead of you. Be sure to check out these easy holiday decorating + awesome clutter-free gift ideas if you're still in progress with your preparations!

December 16: Adorn the library with glittery snowflakes. (Dorchester)

December 16: Puppet performance of The Nutcracker. (Jamaica Plain)

December 17: How do all those animals prepare for winter? (Belmont)

December 17: Tasty Tuesday at the museum. (Boston)

December 17: Calling all young chemists. Break out your lab coats. (Acton)

December 17 - 20: Gingerbread cookie decorating. (Easton)

December 17 - 21: The Grinch gets interactive. (Various locations)

December 18: Wild Tales with Mass Audubon. (Charlestown)

December 18 + 19: The Mitten interactive story time. (Worcester)

December 19: Make your own snow globe. (Acton)

December 19: Jose Mateo’s rendition of The Nutcracker. (Dorchester)

December 19: A free holiday concert. (Wellesley)

December 19: Wander around Roslindale. (Roslindale)

December 19: Wow friends and family with japanese-style gift wrap. (Salem)

December 19 - 22: Hansel and Gretel puppet show. (Brookline)

December 20: Explore the art of papermaking. (Acton)

December 20: It’s a Friday night pajama party! (Boston)

December 20: Downtown Boston holiday marketplace continues. (Boston)

December 20: Festival of native arts and cultures. (Cambridge)

December 20: Build your own Angry Birds game. (Dorchester)

December 20: Kids explore nature, you explore whatever you’d like. (Norfolk)

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