Weekly Blueprint

Happy Monday everyone, I hope you had a great weekend! Ours was a really lovely mix of activities and down time, and was also notable in that we turned the heat on for the first time, broke out the winter gear (yikes!), and made the first lasagne of the season yesterday night (yum). Bundle up and stay warm today (my hands are still frozen from my run!), and I hope you enjoy this collection of events in the Weekly Blueprint! Have a great week!

October 19: A morning coffee walk by Spy Pond for parents with young children (Arlington)

October 19: Be sure to check out all of the Haunted Happenings going on this week (Salem)

October 20: A morning singalong at the Robbins Library (Arlington)

October 20: Make a mini jack o'lantern in the North End (Boston)

October 20: Bring a carved jack o'lantern and float it in the Neponset River (Boston)

October 20: Andrea Lovett is the featured storyteller at Faneuil Hall this week (Boston)

October 21: The unveiling of the official Pumpkin of Boston, weighing in at 1,020 pounds (Boston)

October 21: Chelsea Clinton will be at the Harvard Book Store as part of her tween book tour (Cambridge)

October 21: Collect special stones and use them to create sculptures (Lincoln)

October 21: Learn about seed dispersal at Puddlestompers (Newton)

October 21: Halloween Fun themed preschool story time at Gore Place (Waltham)

October 22: Halloween fun at the Shops at Chestnut Hill. (Chestnut Hill)

October 22: A Fall Family Adventure learning about the Ward Reservation in autumn (Andover)

October 22: A magic show followed by a 30 minute magic workshop for teens and tweens (Arlington)

October 22: Lollipops for Breakfast, presented in a mix of puppetry styles at the Puppet Showplace Theater (Brookline)

October 22: Help the Ames Estate prepare for their Haunted Halloween by carving a pumpkin to display (Easton)

October 23: A guided walk on a lantern-lit trail with strange, silly encounters with creatures of the night (Barnstable)

October 23: The Boston Book Festival has a street fair, live music, costumed characters, authors and hands-on demonstrations (Boston)

October 23: A story time focused on cooking, growing and eating food (Boston)

October 23: The Ames Estate is filled with spooky events during Haunted Halloween (Easton)

October 23: Learn to create crayon leaf rubbings, splatter paint, and more (Canton)

October 23: Shabbat Shirah, where families are invited to unwind with a musical shabbat (Natick)

October 23: Make a lantern and then explore an enchanted forest at night using all your senses (Norwell)

October 23: This Halloween Prowl is a fun and scary way to celebrate the season outdoors (Sharon)

October 23: A magical evening with an outdoor walk among jack o'lanterns, activities, bonfire, and then Halloween cupcakes (Topsfield)

October 23: Hear fun, spooky ghost stories relayed throughout Gore Place (Waltham)

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