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Heartbeat of Home Coming to Boston – Win Family Pack of Tickets

Heartbeat of Home, an electrifying new music and dance spectacular created by the producers and director of Riverdance, makes its East Coast debut in a limited engagement at Boston’s Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre, playing Wed., March 26 through Sun., April 6. Heartbeat of Home features the dynamic, vibrant components of traditional Irish, Latin […]

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Cambridge River Festival

What better way to kick off the summer than the 33rd Annual Cambridge River Festival! On Saturday June 2nd from 12:00 to 6:00pm head down to the banks of the Charles River for a fun filled festival that is sure to have something that appeals to everyone in your family! This free event is unlike […]

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Family-Friendly Brazil Event at the Natick Mall Macy’s

Macy’s Department Stores throughout the US, including the Natick Mall Macy’s are opening in-store Brazil shops in 300 stores.  The boutiques will be filled will authentic Brasilian products in a numerous categories, including fashion, home, beauty, accessories and art. To celebrate, the Natick Mall location is holding two Brazil-themed events this week. Tomorrow (Thursday) at […]

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Celebrate China at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Boston

Looking for things to do in Boston with your kids this weekend?  How about a free family-friendly cultural event?   The Mandarin Oriental Hotel Boston, through a partnership with the Peabody Essex Museum, is hosting a free celebration of China this Saturday, March 10th, from 11am-3pm. Activities include: Arts & Crafts – Folding Fans and […]

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Kids Explore Folk Art at Gore Place

Be part of this special tour just for kids and explore the folk art exhibit at Gore Place. With a costumed guide, search for the unique, handcrafted toys, signs, paintings and other surprising objects in the beautiful 1806 mansion. A sampler made in 1732 by Christopher Gore’s mother when she was just 14 years old, […]

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The Cultural Survival Bazaar

The Cultural Survival Bazaar is a Festival of Native Arts and Culture from Around the World.  We feature Native artisans, performers, and handmade products benefiting the livelihoods of artisans, fair trade, and Cultural Survival’s nonprofit work throughout the world. Cultural Survival offers several free admission events this holiday season. Each event provides you with direct […]

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Young Artist Spotlight

December Program Intensive Showcase: Experience the creations of the Kroc’s young artists in this special night designed to highlight the dance, vocal and artistic work of the December Program Intensive classes. Youth participants in a recent drama workshop led by the Huntington Theatre will also perform monologues. Fri, Dec. 16, 6:30 p.m. Kroc Chapel/Performing Arts […]

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The 5th Annual Bumpkin Island Art Encampment 2011

Who: Berwick Research Institute, Boston Harbor Island Alliance, Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, and Mobius. What: The Bumpkin Island Art Encampment will again transform Bumpkin Island in Boston Harbor into a thriving arts community. Four Boston-area artist groups will take residence on the historic island for five days, creating artwork using only the materials […]

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April School Vacation Week at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts

Are you looking for activities to entertain the kids during spring break?  This school vacation week, visit the Boston Museum of Fine Arts with the kids.  Not only can you catch the special exhibition: Chihuly: Through the Looking Glass, but your children can also participate in free (with paying adult admission) activities from Tuesday, April […]

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Spring and Summer Vacation Programs at the Natick Center for the Arts

The Center for the Arts in Natick is offering spring and summer vacation programs for kids aged 4-10.  My kids have participated in programs there, and they are always fun and well run. For programs and registration materials, visit their website.

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