28 Cool Things To Do In February

We're almost one month down in 2019 -- how are things going? If you’re looking to make February extra fun and awesome, grab your calendar because here are 28 cool things to do; one idea for every day of the month!

February 1: Design a habitat for mice, watch them play hide-and-seek, then gather around the cozy fireplace for hot cocoa, stories, and a snack (Lincoln)

February 2: Stop by this pancake breakfast in the heated greenhouse at Verrill Farm (Concord)

February 3: Young chefs can learn to make Valentine goodies like cookies and chocolate drizzled strawberries (Natick)

February 4: Make a Valentine’s Day card for favorite authors (Allston)

February 5: Visit the Masters of Miniature exhibit at the USS Constitution to see handcrafted models of all sizes, types, and materials (Charlestown)

February 6: Participate in open-ended art projects inspired by the art of Black American artists during this Black History Month Art Explorers program (Boston)

February 7: Attend this staging of Paul Bunyan and the Winter of the Blue Snow (Charlestown)

February 8: The 17th Annual Salem’s So Sweet Chocolate & Ice Sculpture Festival begins (Salem)

February 9: Ring in the Year of the Pig with a visit to the MFA’s Lunar New Year Celebration (Boston)

February 10: Make as many cards as you can at Artbeat’s Valentine Card-Making Extravaganza using a buffet of patterned papers, hearts, doilies, and other embellishments (Arlington)

February 11: This Valentine’s Day Celebration offers stories and songs about friendship, love, and family, plus card-making with fun craft supplies (Newton)

February 12: Join Family Games Night and choose from more than 50 games to try out (Weston)

February 13: Take a stroller tour of the Davis Museum (Wellesley)

February 14: Kids can attend the New England Boat Show free (Boston)

February 15: It’s time for the Brattle Bugs Bunny Film Festival to begin (Cambridge)

February 16: Jenny the Juggler performs (Arlington)

February 17: Catch The Great Muppet Caper on the big screen (Brookline)

February 18: The Harvard Semitic Museum offers hands-on activities to explore the arts of the ancient Near East such as inscribing clay tablets and decoding hieroglyphics (Cambridge)

February 19: Explore aviation, invention, dance, and artmaking with activities and short film screenings during the Mary Baker Eddy Library Untold American Stories: Black History Month program (Boston)

February 20: The Boston Children’s Winter Festival is a free family-friendly event on the Boston Common with arts, crafts, games, inflatables, a photo booth, and more (Boston)

February 21: The Agassiz Baldwin Hip Hop Festival returns for its 23rd year (Cambridge)

February 22: Head to the annual Lowell Winterfest for amusement rides, free skating, an all-you-can-eat chocolate festival, and more (Lowell)

February 23: Explore animal architecture and design your own structure for a special creature (Boston)

February 24: Take in these Trickster Tales at Puppet Showplace Theater (Brookline)

February 25: Join a Maple Sugaring Tour of the Natick Community Organic Farm (Natick)

February 26: Come to Winter Fest at the Blue Hills for night hikes, skiing, Irish Songs for Ceilidh, great local chili, and crafts for kids (Canton)

February 27: Explore the world of birds around us through stories and hands-on crafting of a backyard bird feeder (North Andover)

February 28: Gain a deeper understanding of The Typical and Atypical Reading Brain (Needham)