Weekend Roundup

Happy Friday everyone, I hope you're having a great week! Things have been a little hectic around here (though good hectic, I guess!) so I'm looking forward to taking things down several notches over the long weekend and soaking in some birthday fun. My pro-40 feelings are still with me; I'm excited to ring in 41! Meanwhile, if you're looking for something to do, enjoy this 32 event mega roundup, lovingly curated for your consideration!

1. Free evening at the museum for the deaf or hard of hearing. (Acton)

2. Bring your imagination. Legos provided. (Acton)

3. Three-day spectacle of light, sound and projection art. (Boston)

4. The largest display of LEGO® art ever assembled. (Boston)

5. Celebrate Hispanic Heritage month with music, dance and games. (Boston)

6. Concert with Mr. G, Latin GRAMMY nominee. (Brookline)

7. Sleeping Beauty marionette show. (Brookline)

8. The pumpkins are all aglow. (Carver)

9. Celebrating local food and growing community. (Concord)

10. Columbus Day parade celebration. (East Boston)

11. The thrill of the chase of letterboxing. (Framingham)

12. Riverside blues and bbq. (Greenfield)

13. A weekend celebration of the autumn harvest. (Harvard)

14. Are there really dinosaurs in Holyoke? (Holyoke)

15. Spooky hayrides. (Lexington)

16. Think you can’t draw? Think again. (Lincoln)

17. Columbus Day weekend fall festival. (Lunenburg)

18. Observe resident birds and fall migrants at a unique urban habitat. (Mattapan)

19. A playdate with nature. (Mattapan)

20. Party down by the river at the Mystic River Celebration. (Medford)

21. Fall Festival at Blue Hills Trailside Museum. (Milton)

22. Crafts, fine art, music and food. (Newburyport)

23.The Farm Festival. (North Andover)

24. Fun in the sun rail jam. (Princeton)

25. The final weekend of the Topsfield Fair. (Topsfield)

26. It a festival of outlet shopping. (Somerville)

27. Get out and HONK! (Somerville)

28. Help the zoo by recycling your bottles and cans. (Stoneham)

29. Breakfast with the bears. (Stoneham)

30. Outdoor storytime on Waltham Common. (Waltham)

31. Cranberry harvest celebration with bogside demonstrations and cranberry-related activities. (Wareham)

32. Halloween hike at Boo Meadow Brook. (Worcester)

Image credit: Boston Children’s Museum

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