31 Cool Things To Do In March

Get out your calendars because here are 31 cool things to do in March -- one idea for every day of the month!

March 1: First Friday Nights are free at the Discovery Museums (Acton)

March 2: Start the day with wheat and gluten-free pancakes smothered in farm fresh syrup at Maple Magic Day (Natick)

March 3:  Check out the third annual Plaza WinterFest outside Harvard’s Science Center and find outdoor games like curling, shuffleboard, and cornhole, fire pits for roasting marshmallows, food trucks, hot cocoa, and s’mores (Cambridge)

March 4: Visit the Masters of Miniature exhibit at the USS Constitution to see handcrafted models of all sizes, types, and materials (Charlestown)

March 5: Snuggle up in the Mary Baker Eddy Library Book Nook for stories and playful activities (Boston)

March 6: Gretchen Rubin reads from her book Outer Order, Inner Calm: Declutter and Organize to Make Room for Happiness (Cambridge)

March 7: Meet shadow puppets from around the world in an interactive puppet show that explores international cultures, history, and storytelling (Brookline)

March 8: The Harry Potter Film Festival begins (Lowell)

March 9: Stop by this Sugaring Celebration to learn how maple syrup is made, hear stories, and sample sap (Belmont)

March 10: Make juggling hamantaschen and watch Esther, Mordechai, and other Purim characters perform and teach aerial arts, partner acrobatics, plate spinning, and more at Purim in the Air (Somerville)

March 11: Teen writers can workshop and develop a project with mentoring from a published author (Arlington)

March 12: Enjoy a free short stack of buttermilk pancakes at IHOP (Various Locations)

March 13: The Boston Flower and Garden Show begins (Boston)

March 14: Learn and experience Sensory, Yoga, and Mindfulness Techniques to Treat Traumatic Stress in Kids (Waltham)

March 15: Plant shamrocks, greet a snake, enjoy traditional Irish potato treats, and dance a jig at Drumlin Farm’s St. Paddy’s Party (Lincoln)

March 16: Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at the Franklin Park Zoo with arts and crafts activities and special themed animal enrichments (Boston)

March 17: Don’t miss the 110th annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade (South Boston)

March 18: Join a lively discussion of Sustainability: A Love Story (Acton)

March 19: New and expectant parents can find all the best local gear and support at Drool Baby Expo 2019 (Boston)

March 20: Learn about mammals and their forest friends through games, movement, crafts, and outdoor play (Norwell)

March 21: Take part in a free yoga class (Somerville)

March 22: Blue Moon Puppets presents Bunny’s Missing Tale and Other Tales (Swampscott)

March 23: Mark the changing season with Revels Spring Sing: A Family Celebration of the Vernal Equinox (Watertown)

March 24: Explore the Brookline Arts Center studios and try out projects in mixed media, comic creation, jewelry making, 3D sculpture, and more (Brookline)

March 25: Learn how to make a difference for the planet with hands-on activities during this Environmental Warriors workshop at The Maker Farm (Westford)

March 26: Curious George: The Golden Meatball opens at North Shore Music Theatre (Beverly)

March 27: Celebrate arts and culture from around the world at this International Arts Day workshop series (Braintree)

March 28: Watch a classic Russian fairytale come to life through puppetry as Lisa, a brave young girl, meets Baba Yaga, a famous witch, and an epic battle ensues (Brookline)

March 29: From East African dance to belly dancing, BollyX Bollywood dance to hip hop, the 2nd Community Human Family Dance for Joy offers the chance to learn movement styles from around the world (Natick)

March 30: Kids and up to 2 adults per family participate for free in this month’s ICA Play Date, Going Far Together, a day of multimedia art and story presentations, art-making activities, and live performances (Boston)

March 31: Davey the Clown performs (Brookline)