Weekend Roundup

Happy Friday everyone, I hope you're having a great week! I've got a crazy full day today so I'm going to hit the ground running by sharing these 24 events in the Weekend Roundup! Enjoy! Also, be sure to learn why imperfection = awesome, try this delicious chocolate cashew milk, experiment with these 3 simple tips for taking indoor portraits, and check out this upcoming swim class/birthday giveaway package valued up to $550. Happy Friday!

1. Crazy Cams and Cranks with Visiting Artist Kim Bernard (Acton)

2. A free singalong with Ed Morgan (Arlington)

3. An encore performance of Bringing the Rain to Kapiti Plain (Belmont)

4. An ICA Play Date: What's the Story? features family history, folk singing, and more (Boston)

5. A free Family Day at Bakalar & Paine Galleries (Boston)

6. A family event to explore architecture (Boston)

7. A leap day celebration at Franklin Park Zoo (Boston)

8. PJ Library presents Kid Power! and encourages acts of kindness (Boston)

9. Celebrate Chinese New Year with family concert designed to introduce Chinese music through different instruments (Boston)

10. Puppets around the world series features a performance of The Magic Soup + other Stories (Brookline)

11. A fun magic show: Magic & Beyond featuring Illusionist David Garrity (Brookline)

12. A concert by Mama Doni (Concord)

13. A creativity workshop with Rayna Freedman (Dedham)

14. A lesson in doughnut making (Dover)

15. A special Starry Night Havdalah (Framingham)

16. WinterFest at the Fruitlands Museum (Harvard)

17. The whole family can take part in The Great Race at Rocky Woods (Medfield)

18. A mega-challah bake for kids (Milford)

19. Tanglewood Marionettes at TCAN present Sleeping Beauty (Natick)

20. A drawing lesson featuring backyard birds (Natick)

21. Loads of free outdoor winter fun (Needham)

22. A Leap Into Reading event featuring many authors and illustrators (Plainville)

23. A weekend maple sugaring tour (Topsfield)

24. A Natural Science Saturday chance to explore vertebrates and invertebrates (Watertown)

Image credit: Franklin Park Zoo

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