Weekly Blueprint

Happy Sunday everyone, I hope you had a great weekend! We totally missed the storm while skiing in Vermont and it feels so wintry here now! Anyhow, if you're trying to figure out plans for the week -- here goes. Enjoy!


January 9: Have Messy Monday printing with toys (Boston)

January 9: Perform at the family-friendly Roslindale Open Mike (Roslindale)

January 9: Join in a Family Coloring Night (Roxbury)

January 9-13: Lace up some ice skates and glide along Boston Winter’s Skating Path (Boston)


January 10: Bring the Night Sky Inside (Acton)

January 10: Play with bubbles at the Boston Children’s Museum (Boston)

January 10: The MSPCA offers an afterschool program for middle school students who are passionate about animals (Boston)


January 11: Engineer a tin foil ferry (Acton)

January 11: It’s a Baby Dance Party (Boston)

January 11: Animal Defenses provides an up-close look at deer antlers, furs that help animals hide, sharp teeth, and other intriguing ways that animals protect themselves (Boston)


January 12: Experiment with black, white, and various colors to explore tints and shades (Acton)

January 12: Listen to stories and sing songs from around the world (Boston)

January 12: Boston Public School students showcase creative reflections on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s life and legacy with dance, music, theater performances, videos, and essays (Boston)

January 12: Participate in this Boston Children’s Theatre workshop for kids aged 4 and older (Boston)

January 12: Get the winter wiggles out at Wiggle Giggle Yoga (Boston)

January 12-16: Vehicle obsessed kids will enjoy the Boston Auto Show (Boston)


January 13: Experiment with a metal that remembers its shape and try to make a nickel change colors (Acton)

January 13: Young musicians from NPR’s program From the Top lead interactive demonstrations to share their love for their art, instruments, and the joy of making music (Boston)

January 13: Listen to a Bath Day Storytime at the Curious George Store (Cambridge)

January 13: Puzzle and ponder at this Math Blizzard filled with math games and activities inspired by the winter season (Newton)

January 13-14: Club Passim showcases local performers at Boston’s Celtic Music Festival (Cambridge)

January 13-16: Belmont World Film's 14th Annual Family Festival, "Where Books Come Alive,” kicks off with a screening of Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (Arlington)