Weekend Roundup

Happy Friday everyone, I hope you're having a great week! If you're looking for something to do this weekend, check out this curated roundup of 23 ideas, lovingly curated for your consideration! Also, be sure to check out these posts from the week: 12 tips for managing summer freakouts, 8 things to do if you're thinking about having a baby, and family friendly movie theaters in Boston. ENJOY!

1. Caterpillar Week concludes at the Discovery Museums (Acton)

2. Get creative at the ICA’s Make/Made workshop (Boston)

3. 24 leading black performing artists from Boston and New York come together, representing different generations and dance genres, for perform future of our worlds (Boston)

4. Make and fly a kite at the highest point in Boston Harbor (Boston)

5. Watch Pete’s Dragon under the stars (Boston)

6. Check out a variety of unique, antique cars at the 10th Annual British Car Show Series (Boston)

7. Downtown Playdates kick off for the summer on the Greenway (Boston)

8. Rosalita’s Puppets perform again at Faneuil Hall (Boston)

9. Figment Boston, an annual celebration of participatory art and culture on the Greenway, features large-scale collaborative artwork, family-friendly interactive exhibits, performances, and other activities (Boston)

10. Celebrate 30 years of Where’s Waldo with a search party and activities in Harvard Square (Cambridge)

11. Play ancient board games, create Egyptian accessories, inscribe clay tablets, and explore arts from the lands of the Ancient Near East (Cambridge)

12. Compete in the 8th Annual Run & Ride Kids Only Duathlon (Cambridge)

13. Clifford the Big Red Dog comes to Edaville (Carver)

14. The USS Constitution is open all night to celebrate Old Ironsides’ return to the water (Charlestown)

15. Attend Northeast Comic Con for cosplay, gaming, entertainment, and more (Hanover)

16. See what competitive indoor percussion is all about during Drum with Us! (Hyannis)

17. Join Juke Joint 5 for some down-home, old-school, house-rockin’ rhythm and blues (Newton)

18. Cultural Survival is a free, family-friendly festival featuring arts, crafts, and other ethically made cultural products created by indigenous artists from around the world (Plymouth)

19. It’s time for the Revere Beach Sand Sculpting Festival, the East Coast’s largest gathering of world-renowned sand sculptors and spectators (Revere)

20. Join this Backyard Stomp for food, drink, dancing, live music, and more (Roslindale)

21. Catch a free concert and fireworks on the beach (Salisbury Beach)

22. LEGOLAND Discovery Center Boston offers The Ultimate Creativity Build-Off Challenge, where it’s kids vs. grown-ups in a LEGO build challenge (Somerville)

23. Discover why enrichment toys like spinners and balls are so important to the animals at the Stone Zoo (Stoneham)

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