It’s a busy month, and with St. Patricks Day and Purim and the First Day of Spring and everything in-between, our schedule of events is filling up with plenty of special things for kids during March. For our March GO Boston List, we’ve highlighted nearly a dozen favorites picked from the many activities on the Mommy Poppins March daily events calendar - many free or low cost.
Read on for our top things to do with kids in Boston this March. Click through to the full listings and you can add them to your calendar. We'll still send our weekend event roundups each Thursday, and add to our calendar daily, but we want to give you enough notice to plan for some of these in advance.
Finally, we’re pleased to announce the launch of the Mommy Poppins Camp Directory. The Mommy Poppins Boston editors have chosen quality camps in and around Boston to include in the directory, and there are multiple ways to search for the right camp for your child. Read Tara’s tips on how to get the most out of the Directory, and happy camping!
Winter break wraps up this weekend, and with it, a full slate of activities for kids and families in Boston. Many of the special events we highlighted in our February vacation roundup continue through the weekend, including Setting Sail at the USS Constitution Museum, Charlestown, the Bugs Bunny Film Festival at the Brattle Theatre in Cambridge and Wheelock Family Theatre's Hairspray. National Engineers Week wraps up this weekend, and read on for other activities taking place this weekend, from Family Day at the Mass College of Art and Design to an Engineer-a-Thon at the Boston Children’s Museum. As always, you will find more things to do by checking out our Events Calendar.
Curious to know whether the Lego Movie is for your family? Read Tara's review to find out.
February school vacation kicks off this weekend, and Boston offers plenty of ways to keep kids busy throughout the break. Options this weekend range from interactive readings of Kadir Nelson’s I Have a Dream picture book at Faneuil Hall to a model train show at the Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation in Waltham.
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