Weekly Blueprint

Happy Sunday everyone, I hope you’re having a fantastic weekend! Despite the rain (maybe because of the rain?) ours has been super relaxing and cozy! Now, on to the week – here’s a great roundup of event ideas for Monday through Friday. Also, be sure to enter to win this Starbucks giveaway if you haven't done so already!


October 3: Join Urbanity, Boston’s largest contemporary dance company, as they open their private rehearsals to the public (Boston)

October 3-4: Relax and enjoy High Holiday Services while experienced, dedicated staff lead kids in various fun activities (Brookline)

October 3-9: Celebrate creativity at ArtWeek Boston with events and experiences throughout the city (Boston)

October 3-10: It’s time for the Topsfield Fair (Topsfield)

October 3-30: Midnight Zoo partners with Puppet Showplace Theater to surround visitors with never-before-seen creatures from the farthest realms of the imagination (Boston)


October 4:  The Discovery Museums host an ASD Friendly Afternoon with no school groups or birthday parties, and LOTS of special sensory activities open to everyone (Acton)

October 4: Go on an afternoon “sock walk” to see which wild plant seeds hitch a ride (Acton)

October 4: Explore the geography, culture, and history of the Netherlands through games, activities, and coloring for Travel Tuesday (Boston)

October 4: Join the Brookline Commission for Women at this Childcare Forum to learn about various types of daycare options for families with children aged newborn to five (Brookline)

October 4: It’s a morning of stories and crafts at the Concord Museum (Concord)

October 4: Meet Dora the Explorer after a special reading of Dora’s World Adventure (Foxboro)

October 4: Join older kids and parents to discuss being safe and empowered online at Digital Citizenship Day: Internet Safety for the Whole Family (Natick)

October 4: Take a babywearing tour of Gore Place (Waltham)


October 5:  Make a walking stick to take along on a nature walk (Acton)

October 5: Be moved by the voices of young poets as they perform at Speak Up! Art is Action - MassLEAP Youth Spoken Word Exhibition (Boston)

October 5: Learn about White Shark conservation off the Massachusetts coast (New Bedford)

October 5: Fiddlers Katie McNally and Jenna Moynihan perform, along with pianist Neil Pearlman (Waltham)


October 6: Celebrate 50 years of Star Trek at the Center for Astrophysics (Cambridge)

October 6: Partake in popcorn, lemonade, and an outdoor showing of Song of the Sea (Harvard)

October 6: Join the annual Haunted Happenings Grand Parade to kick off a month of spooky festivities (Salem)

October 6: Best-selling author Michael G. Thompson discusses bullying and shares ways that communities can make kids safer (Watertown)

October 6-9:  Check out a garden of endless carved pumpkins at Edaville’s Pumpkins Aglow (Carver)


October 7: It’s Take Aparts Art and First Friday Nights Free at the Discovery Museums (Acton)

October 7-9: Explore Wilson Farm’s spooky Halloween Hay Maze (Lexington)

October 7-9: Take a walk along the Winslow Nature Trail’s Halloween Octoberfest Kids’ Trail (Norton)

October 7-9: Dance and play - it’s time for HONK!, the Annual Festival of Activist Street Bands (Somerville)

October 7-30: Mahoney’s Haunted Forest Halloween Maze opens today (Winchester)

Christine KohComment