Weekend Roundup

Well, it's a big day, you guys. I am feeling human for the first time in what feels like FOREVER after a seriously gross 3-day stomach bug situation. I am ready for the weekend! If you're looking for something to do, here are 21 ideas for you!

1. The Discovery Museums host an Especially for Me Autism-Friendly Evening (Acton)

2. This month’s MFA playdate focuses on the theme “Flowers in Bloom” (Boston)

3. Head out on a Scavenger Hunt for Kids to save Sleeplessland (Boston)

4. Explore 400 Years of Wampanoag History (Boston)

5. Author Sheetal Sheth signs copies of her book Always Anjali at the Curious George Bookstore (Cambridge)

6. Support young craftspeople at the Children’s Craft Market of Hingham (Hingham)

7. Check out Robin Hood’s Faire (Lancaster)

8. Take a free Boston Ballet School dance class (Marblehead, Newton)

9. Go Wild about Amphibians (Natick)

10. Natick Community Organic Farm hosts a Spring Spectacular with circus performers, live music, hayrides, a petting pasture, face painting, ice cream making, nature crafts, farm demos, food, and more (Natick)

11. The Bio-Blitz Free-for-All! combines indoor and outdoor activities to explore the great biodiversity of animals, plants, and insects in gardens, salt marshes, and backyards (Newburyport)

12. Rock out with Josh and the Jamtones (Newton)

13. Paint and take home a Copenhagen Townhouse in the latest Nordic Kids program (Newton)

14. The Harlem Rockets incorporate the audience and entertain with basketball skills and family-friendly comedy (Newton)

15. Show your support for young philanthropists at this lemonade stand and bake sale to raise money for the PMC Kids ride (Newton)

16. Attend the North Andover Sheep Shearing Festival, featuring demonstrations, crafters, pony rides, and more (North Andover)

17. Make butterfly feeders or sprout seeds at the Children’s Museum in Easton (North Easton)

18. The Revere Beach Kite Festival returns (Revere)

19. Head to the Swenson Granite Works Open House for free demonstrations, including rock facing, drilling, splitting, and step setting (Shrewsbury)

20. Learn to make cheese while exploring the connection between the Shavuot holiday and dairy (Waltham)

21. The UU Wellesley Annual Spring Carnival offers an obstacle course, bounce house, trampolines, face painting, art projects, and more (Wellesley)

Featured photo by Jacek Dylag on Unsplash