Weekly Blueprint

Happy Monday everyone, I hope you had a great weekend! Ours was pretty chill, including lots of cooking, baking, relaxing, bouncing (Violet enjoyed a couple of bounce house/gymnastics type adventures!), and a welcome return to watercolors! I'm really looking forward to this week, though, and hope you are as well. If you're looking for something to do, enjoy the collection of options in this week's Weekly Blueprint!

January 11: Enjoy a sing along at the library (Cambridge)

January 11: An Alphabet Photo Walk in Old Sturbridge Village (Sturbridge)

January 11-15: Rent an activity backpack with binoculars, magnifying glass, and activity suggestions and explore Gore Place (Waltham)

January 12: Learn how to keep teeth happy (Acton)

January 12: Enjoy a sing along, dance along time with your child (Arlington)

January 12: Create freestyle, three dimensional art and construction projects after school (Boston)

January 12: A fun Winter Safari has children searching through the Norris Reservation in search of lost stuffed animals (Norwell)

January 13: Make a fuzzy yarn picture! (Acton)

January 13: Participate in a night hike, learn about nocturnal animals and winter living skills (Andover)

January 13: Paint A Winter Wonderland helps kids 8-12 depict animals in snow (Arlington)

January 13: This month's Edible Art for Kids will see children creating healthy, delicious snowmen (Boston)

January 13: A Bilingual Sing Along with songs, finger plays, and action rhymes in English and Spanish (Boston)

January 13: ARTfull Play at deCordova, where you can use tape to create window drawings (Lincoln)

January 13: Read The Mitten and then reenact the story at the Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary (Topsfield)

January 13: Get help learning how to identify and manage anxiety in stressed out students (Tyngsborough)

January 14: Exploring Nano: The Smallest Science brings hands-on educational activities (Acton)

January 14: The Boston Public Schools' annual MLK Celebration includes dance, theatre, and spoken word performances (Boston)

January 14: Read to a dog in Mattapan (Boston)

January 14: Come Home to Bradley for indoor warmth (think movies and cocoa) and outdoor fun (Canton)

January 14-18: The New England International Auto Show returns to town (Boston)

January 15: Enjoy the great outdoors with this Nature Playgroup (Acton)

January 15: Fun at the Fox brings stories and a great time (Arlington)

January 15: Relax in the kitchen during Kids Kitchen Story Time (Boston)

January 15-17: Enjoy performances of The Little Mermaid Jr., performed by Menotomy Musical Theater (Belmont)

January 15-18: Belmont World Film's 13th Annual Family Festival, "Kid Power!" (Arlington, Belmont)

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