Weekly Blueprint

Happy Sunday everyone, I hope you're all safe after the crazy storm on Friday. I am a bit wiped out from a very busy day yesterday so I'm just dropping in quickly to share the Weekly Blueprint. Enjoy and share!

Currently Ongoing

Now through March 9: Teens can try their hand at Karaoke Coding (Boston)

Now through March 18: Be sure to catch The Art of Eric Carle: Night before the exhibition ends (Amherst)

Now through March 24: The USS Constitution Model Shipwright Guild and the USS Constitution Museum presents Masters of Miniatures (Charlestown)

Monday, March 5

The theme for this month’s MFA Playdate is “Know Your Numbers” (Boston)

Learn strategies for managing future student education debt (Boston)

Join a Monday Night Knit-In (Boston)

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

Take a Maple Sugaring Tour at Natick Community Organic Farm (Natick)

Tuesday, March 6

Dig into the world of fossils while learning about the work of paleontologist Mary Anning (Acton)

The Discovery Museums offer their monthly Especially for Me! Sensory-Friendly Afternoon (Acton)

Toddlers and preschoolers will enjoy Going to the Maple Tree for sugaring stories, sap samples, leaf rubbings, and more (Belmont)

On the Move is a free winter indoor movement program with songs, stories, and snacks (Brockton)

Find out what happens when maple meets milk at Maple Moo (Lincoln)

Learn how students, teachers, and parents can use mindfulness to increase performance and happiness while reducing stress and worry at this free speaker event, Mindfulness: Being Present by Choice (Marblehead)

Celebrate International Women’s Day with a panel discussion featuring inspiring women talking about their lives, career paths, and how they work to make their communities better (Wakefield)

Wednesday, March 7

Attend this rally to show solidarity with women everywhere on International Women’s Day (Boston)

Join Rabbi Eliana Jacobowitz of Temple B'nai Brith for an evening all about the art of Choosing the Right Haggadah for Your Passover Seder (Cambridge)

Join the author and illustrator of Windows for a fun, interactive program with books, movement, music, art, and hands-on activities for preschoolers (Salem)

Learn Ebru, the Turkish art of water marbling (Wakefield)

Thursday, March 8

Asobouyo! Explore the Songs and Toys of Japan (Acton)

Join Wee the People for a workshop focused on kid-powered resistance and social justice--Bridges Not Walls explores themes of crossing borders, building bridges, and tearing down walls with a storytime, activity, and take home craft (Allston)

The Eliot School offers a free Fiber Arts class (Boston)

Explore the work of Cape Ann’s women artists with an interactive storytime and creative activity (Gloucester)

Sip Some Sap at Drumlim Farm (Lincoln)

Tufts University hosts a day-long workshop on Promoting Effective Social-Emotional Learning in Your Community (Medford)

Friday, March 9

Engage in a few Icy Investigations (Acton)

Be amazed by The Magic of Adam Trent (Boston)

Enjoy a Day of Awesomeness with storytime at the Curious George Store (Cambridge)

Take in this student performance of Balancing Water, an original musical play questioning the flow of resources through story, song, and puppetry (Roxbury)

Catch the Harlem Globetrotters when they’re in town (Worcester)

Featured photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash