Weekend Roundup

Happy Friday everyone, I hope you're having a great week! I've still got a smile on my face after attending the first-ever open mic night at Laurel's school last night. It was so great to see both kids and grownups performing, including the debut of Laurel's band. Crazy fun! Meanwhile, are you excited for the weekend? If you're looking for something to do, here are 27 options, lovingly curated for your consideration. Have a wonderful weekend!

1. Opening day of the KEVA exhibit. (Acton)

2. A celebration of young children. (Ashland)

3. Join Project Bread and walk for hunger. (Boston)

4. A touching live performance looking to end the stigma of mental illness. (Boston)

5. Art show and sale featuring local homeless and low-income artists. (Boston)

6. Get jazzy in Boston all weekend long. (Boston)

7. A day to celebrate a rainbow of repair, reuse, and recycling. (Boston)

8. The final weekend for The Diary of Anne Frank children’s show. (Boston)

9. The Grand Parade of the 20th Century. (Boston)

10. Brewster, MA is blooming. (Brewster)

11. A trivia event for the whole family. (Cambridge)

12. BC is racing to educate. (Chestnut Hill)

13. Daytime bedtime stories and a vintage baseball game. (Concord)

14. It’s not quite May the 4th yet but celebrate Star Wars Day anyway. (Easton)

15. A spring farm festival. (Easton)

16. Patriot Place is painting its streets. (Foxborough)

17. South Shore International Film Festival. (Hingham)

18. It’s a great day to shear some sheep. (Hingham)

19. Grammy nominated The Pop Ups perform. (Natick)

20. Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary student art show. (Natick)

21. Gently used clothes and gear sale. (Needham)

22. Smolak Farm opens for the season with FREE hay rides. (North Andover)

23. Spend the weekend immersed in poetry. (Salem)

24. Celebrate International Family Equality Day. (Somerville)

25. Support your community and this independent bookstore. (Wellesley)

26. Music MAYnia providing music for all. (Winchester)

27. A girls night out at the Ecotarium. (Worcester)

Image credit: Mass Audubon