Weekly Blueprint

Happy Monday, I hope you had a great weekend! One of our weekend events was participating in our school's garden/grounds cleanup, and I have to say it was one of the best things we've done as a family in recent memory! If your school or community has a cleanup coming up, participate! It was so fun to be part of a community/nature effort and have the kids helping out and running around outside for several hours! Meanwhile, I hope you have a great week on tap; here's a roundup of events to enjoy via the Weekly Blueprint:

April 15: Mini-astronomers learn all about Jupiter. (Acton)

April 15: Full moon and folklore hike. (Ipswich)

April 15: Milk magic. Who knew milk could be so fun. (Lincoln)

April 16: Water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink. (Boston)

April 16: A little practice for kindergarten. (Easton)

April 16: New children’s improv program. (Easton)

April 17: Paint on the walls of a “cave” just like the Aborigines. (Acton)

April 17: It’s the perfect week for discovering the egg-cellent world of eggs. (Sharon)

April 17 - 19: Wonder how hard it is to be The Carrot Salesman? (Brookline)

April 18: Morningstar access to Boston Children’s Museum for children with special needs. (Boston)

April 18: The insanely popular Great Banana Hunt. (Cambridge)

April 18: Your curious cubs can learn all about birds, eggs and nests. (Stoneham)

April 18 - 27: The Cambridge Science Festival begins. (Cambridge)

Image credit: Museum of Science

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