Weekend Roundup

Happy Friday everyone, I hope you're having a great week! If you're looking for something to do this weekend, enjoy this roundup of 20 options!

1. Learn to make compost tea (Boston)

2. Attend the Tween Author Fest at Brookline Public Library (Brookline)

3. Rock out with Vanessa Trien and the Jumping Monkeys (Brookline)

4. Participate in a free Water Safety Event with face painting, balloon artists, crafts, tumbling, and more (Burlington)

5. Get a Shakespearean fix with performances of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and ”Macbeth” (Cambridge, Stoneham)

6. It’s nature walks, garden tours, live music, kid crafts, storytelling, nature activities, and more at Fresh Pond Day (Cambridge)

7. Head to the opening weekend of Dino Land at Edaville (Carver)

8. Go fly a kite at the Franklin Park Kite & Bike Festival (Dorchester)

9. Exercise the brain while working out during the Metrowest Family Math 2k (Framingham)

10. Stock up for the coming year at LexFun!, one of the area’s largest children’s and maternity consignment sales (Lexington)

11. Join the Farrington Fairy Festival (Lincoln)

12. Enjoy hot air balloon rides, laser tag, a petting zoo, and and take home plants for the garden at Geraniumfest and Kids Day (Lynnfield)

13. Fans of the Force will appreciate this One Man Star Wars Trilogy performance (Natick)

14. Take a stroll through Sculpture Meets Nature: Outdoor Ceramics at the Durant-Kenrick House and Grounds (Newton)

15. Dive into the true story of the feline mascot aboard one of the most famous ocean liners of all time in Titanicat by Marty Crisp, then create a related craft at Story Trails: A Cat on the Titanic? (Salem)

16. During Artists in Action, chat with the artists as they install their works, enjoy family-friendly creative activities, and bring materials to paint or draw en plein air, inspired by 100 acres of gardens, woodlands, and nature trails (Sandwich)

17. The 3rd Annual Food for Thought event features a family concert with musician and food allergy ambassador, Kyle Dean, as well as the opportunity to make new friends and join an ever-widening circle of support for families living with food allergies on the South Shore (Scituate)

18. Brooklyn Boulders partners with Adaptive Climbing Group-Massachusetts to provide accommodations and equipment for climbers with any disability (Somerville)

19. Pick up goodies for the garden during the Gore Place Spring Plant Sale (Waltham)

20. Pony rides, bounce houses, a teen obstacle course, nail art, and more await at the UU Wellesley Spring Carnival (Wellesley Hills)