Weekend Roundup

Happy Friday everyone, I hope you're having a great week! I've pretty much been a ball of nostalgia given that Violet's birthday is next week (how is it possible that she's turning 4?) and we went to the second of Laurel's middle school open houses last night. Total, inevitable craziness! Anyway, let's move on to thinking about the weekend, shall we? Enjoy this mega roundup of 32 events, lovingly curated for your consideration!

1. A fitting celebration for 3.14. (Acton)

2. Children’s performance of Hairspray: The Musical. (Arlington)

3. Two funny puppet shows. (Arlington)

4. Flowers are blooming in Boston. (Boston)

5. Children’s art discovery workshop. (Boston)

6. Join the musical adventures of Flat Stanley. (Boston)

7. Time for a parade in Southie. (Boston)

8. Circles rule on Pi Day. (Boston)

9. The animals have some fun for St. Patrick’s Day. (Boston)

10. Make your own flipbooks. (Boston)

11. All things Irish for St. Patrick’s Day. (Boston)

12. Opportunity for children with special needs to visit the museum. (Boston)

13. Rumplestiltskin puppet show. (Brookline)

14. Showing of Fantastic Mr. Fox. (Brookline)

15. A St. Patrick’s Day Celtic sojourn. (Cambridge)

16. A festival of owls. (Canton)

17. FREE drop-in arts and crafts workshop. (Concord)

18. Field to Lunchbox: Creative Solutions for Lunchbox Boredom. (Dover)

19. Learn more about birds of prey. (Harvard)

20. Spring may seem far away but it’s time for maple sugaring. (Ipswich)

21. Pi Day takes shape on Crane Beach. (Ipswich)

22. A little bit of Irish deliciousness. (Lexington)

23. Fill your weekend with art and family. (Lincoln)

24. A sap-to-syrup farmer’s breakfast. (Lincoln)

25. Don’t hibernate. Get out and celebrate winter. (Lowell)

26. Savor some winter delectables. (Sharon)

27. Test your skills at Ninjango training camp. (Somerville)

28. A Celtic celebration. (Sturbridge)

29. Maple Days continue. (Sturbridge)

30. A little bit of Ireland. (Waltham)

31. Ben Rudnick show. (Winchester)

32. The ultimate Pi day celebration. (Worcester)

Image credit: Ipswich Visitor Center