Weekly Blueprint

Happy Sunday everyone, I hope you are enjoying the glorious sun today! I literally was dancing around outside the ICA today (much to Laurel's horror!). ANYWAY, if you're looking for something to do this week, enjoy this roundup! 


April 3: Discuss Tuck Everlasting at the 4th-6th grade Children’s Book Club (Boston)

April 3: Make a Paper Sakura Cherry Blossom Screen (Boston)

April 3: Join a free cooking class with Take Back the Kitchen (Roxbury)


April 4: Explore the wonders of chemistry by tinkering -- create powerful potions and globs of gummy goop (Acton)

April 4: The Discovery Museums host an Especially for Me! Sensory-Friendly Afternoon (Acton)

April 4: Little ones can sing their hearts out during Spring Song Fest with Jeannie Mack (Boston)

April 4: Go on a Babywearing Tour of Gore Place (Waltham)

April 4: It’s Free Cone Day at Ben & Jerry’s (Various Locations)


April 5: Dr. Can-Do Science Experiments with Air Pressure (Boston)

April 5: Join Susan Paino for Story Time Dance (Boston)

April 5: For sound effects and dynamic storytelling, head to Porter Square Books Story Hour (Cambridge)


April 6: Take Parts, Jr. provides an opportunity to explore everyday electronics -- discover resistors, capacitors, gears, and more through the inner workings of household gadgets and gizmos (Acton)

April 6: Watch Alice Through the Looking Glass free on the big screen (Dorchester)

April 6: Enjoy nature games, crafts, a short walk, and perhaps an animal visit at Nature Time (Milton)

April 6: Explore the science of sound at the Ecotarium (Worcester)


April 7: Have some Free Friday Night Fun at the Discovery Museums (Acton)

April 7: The MOS offers Astronomy After Hours -- view the stars, planets, moon, and more from the Gilliland Observatory on the roof (Boston)

April 7: Participate in this Zoo Lover’s Storytime at the Curious George Store (Cambridge)

April 7: Join the Young Makers’ Club (Dorchester)

April 7: Take a guided walk along the Vernal Pool Trail, meet interesting characters who tell tales about themselves, the vernal pool, and spring, look for wood frog and salamander eggs, and enjoy refreshments and other surprises (Topsfield)