Weekly Blueprint

Happy Monday everyone, I hope you had a great weekend! After the chaos and grumpiness of last week, it was such a relief to turn things around just before the weekend. We enjoyed a lovely mix of time with family and friends, self-care (yoga!), and puttering around the house (I baked all the things yesterday!) Anyhow, I hope you're gearing up for a great week. If you're looking for something fun to do, be sure to peruse this week's Weekly Blueprint!

January 25: Take part in a class about the power of positive discipline (Arlington)

January 25: NEC's Jazz and Contemporary Improvisation faculty present a free performance of representative works (Boston)

January 25: Musician Alan Uehler leads teens in a conversation about what music we like and why (Boston)

January 25-29: Try O-mikuji and get your new year’s fortune (Boston)

January 25: Get ready to sing and dance at this library sing along (Cambridge)

January 25: Enjoy a performance of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Lowell)

January 25: Fred Griffeth leads this library sing along (Somerville)

January 26: Make a mess experimenting with fabric painting (Acton)

January 26: Opening day of the new MassArt exhibit, Selections (Boston)

January 26: Have an outdoor adventure on this Winter Safari (Norwell)

January 26: Take part in Toddler Tuesday at Legoland, with activities, stories and more (Somerville)

January 27: Enjoy some improv and theater games at the Fox (Arlington)

January 27: Children can learn to make snow people during this after school event (Boston)

January 27: Learn to make your own board games (Boston)

January 27: The first Tots @ Ten of the year at Assembly Row features Professor Howard’s Punch and Judy Show (Somerville)

January 27: An early Groundhog Day celebration, with songs, crafts and a special walk (Topsfield)

January 28: Make your own kazoo to celebrate National Kazoo Day (Acton)

January 28: Learn about summer camps and programs at SpedPac 2016 Special Needs Resource Fair (Boston)

January 28: Students perform Prokofiev as they celebrate the 125th anniversary of his birth (Boston)

January 28: Bake some delicious country bread from scratch, and then make some butter to go with it (Lincoln)

January 29: The Wheelock Family Theatre presents Mary Poppins (Boston)

January 29: Kick up your heels during KidsJam, the monthly dance party for children (Boston)

January 29: A cozy Kids Kitchen Story Time (Boston)

January 29: At this Wild By the Fire event, you can meet animals, create a treat for birds, and more (Lincoln)

January 29: Have fun at the Jeff Jam Dance Party (Natick) 

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