Weekly Blueprint

Happy Sunday everyone, I hope you're enjoying a lovely day! I need to get 27 things done in the next two hours so I'm going to get right to it. If you're looking for something fun to do this week, enjoy this curated roundup of ideas for Monday through Friday!


November 13: Wear jammies, bring a cuddly friend, and enjoy songs and stories before bed at Pajama Storytime (Boston)

November 13: Math + Art = Fun explores mathematical concepts and uses them to create art (Boston)

November 13-24: Santa begins arriving at malls around the area (Various Locations)


November 14: Create something new with the Kids’ Art Club (Boston)

November 14: Stories and playful activities take place at the Mary Baker Eddy Library (Boston)

November 14: Kids Cook with Miss Debbie to create appetizers, meals, desserts, and side dishes from scratch using local ingredients (Dorchester)

November 14: Discover the animals that continue to be active as the season changes from fall to winter (Watertown)


November 15: Celebrate America Recycles Day with upcycling, repurposing, and reusing fun (Acton)

November 15: Yoga for Children comes to the library (Charlestown)

November 15: Create and build robots with random materials during Bit & Bots (Dorchester)

November 15: It’s another chance to do some Cooking with Debbie (Mattapan)


November 16: Be Thankful for Abby the therapy dog and help prepare a special surprise for her (Acton)

November 16: Art in Tune honors the centennial of the MFA’s Musical Instrument Collection with live performances throughout the museum (Boston)

November 16: Attend the free workshop, Finding the Right Fit: A Conversation about the College Search (Newton)


November 17: Go Orienteering for National Take a Hike Day (Acton)

November 17: The Curious George Store celebrates a Happy Thanksgiving (Cambridge)

November 17: The Christmas Festival of Lights returns to Edaville with over 18 million lights (Carver)

November 17: The Music Man comes to town (Jamaica Plain)

November 17: Explore Native American legends and lore, make corn husk dolls, caw with the crow, enjoy food, and play games when Crow Brings the Corn at Drumlin Farm (Lincoln)

November 17: Paradise City Arts Festival returns, bringing together 175 American artists and master craft makers for a juried fair (Marlborough)

November 17: Rock out with Vanessa Trien (Newton)

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