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Miss Saigon and Legally Blonde at Boston’s Children’s Theatre

The Boston’s Children’s Theatre is back with two of the biggest blockbusters of the summer! Miss Saigon and Legally Blonde will be coming to theatres this summer, and slots are still available for their amazing summer program for kids 4-14! If you are looking for a fun and engaging program for your child look no […]

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Carnival offering cruises to Canada from Boston in June!

Carnival cruise lines will soon be offering service to Canada from Boston with a series of round-trip four- and five-day eastern Canada cruises aboard the 2,974-passenger Carnival Glory beginning in June. Carnival will be the only cruise line offering short cruises from Boston to the Canadian Maritimes! This new service will provide a convenient and […]

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8 Things to Do With Your Kids Over April School Vacation in Boston

Next week is school vacation week for many schools in the Boston area.  Are you looking for fun stuff to do in Boston to keep your kids busy and yourself sane?  Here are ten suggestions for entertaining your kids in the Greater Boston area this spring vacation! Cheer on the Boston Red Sox – they […]

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10 Things to Do With Your Kids Over February School Vacation in Boston

Next week is school vacation week for many schools in the Boston area.  Are you looking for fun stuff to do in Boston to keep your kids busy and yourself sane?  Here are ten suggestions for entertaining your kids in the Greater Boston area. Tap your toes to the Toe Jam Puppet Band at the […]

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Things to Do on Martin Luther King Day

It seems that the kids just went back to school after Christmas break, and they already have another day off.  Are you looking for something to do on Martin Luther King Day?  Here are a few ideas: The Toe Jam Puppet Band at the Buttonwood Park Zoo in New Bedford Celebrate friendship and Martin Luther […]

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15 Things to Do With Your Kids Over Christmas Break in Boston

It’s just about Christmas vacation, where families everywhere, once realizing that their kids are home for days, are looking for things to do.  Here are 15 different things you can do with your kids during break! Edaville Christmas Festival of Lights (December 26th-30th and January 1st) See Mr. Punch’s Christmas Carol at the Puppet Showplace […]

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Activities for Kids This Veteran’s Day in the Boston Area

Home with the kids this Friday – Veteran’s Day?  Here are a few things to do: Discovery Museums in Acton: Meet an Author! Come hear author Beth Raisner Glass read Blue Ribbon Dad and then create your own Blue Ribbon for your Dad or other special person in your life! Blue Ribbon Dad is a […]

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Shark and Ray Touch Tank at the New England Aquarium

The New England Aquarium has just opened the Trust Family Foundation Shark and Ray Touch Tank – the largest shark and ray touch tank on the East Coast!  Guests can actually reach out and touch cownose rays, bonnethead sharks, Atlantic rays and epaulette sharks – all in an interactive exhibit. Get your tickets in advance […]

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Discount Code For Big Apple Circus Tickets in Boston

The Big Apple Circus in Boston is always a big sign of spring, and the circus is here at City Hall Plaza through May 15, 2011.  Families of little ones love the Big Apple Circus because it’s a small venue where every seat is a good seat!  This year’s show, Dance On!, features Grandma the […]

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Swan Boats at the Boston Public Garden Are Open for the Season!

A major sign of spring – the Swan Boats at the Boston Public Garden are open for the season!  Rates for this season are: adults $2.75, children $1.50 (age 2 to 15 years), and seniors $2.00. Hours through June 20th are 10 am to 4 pm.  After June 20th, through Labor Day, the Swan Boats […]

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