This weekend is the perfect weekend to get out and explore!
Get out and check out these amazing family-friendly events and activities, happening all Labor Day Weekend in the Boston suburbs. Not only are they fun, but they’re also a great way to explore the Boston suburbs and decide where you may want to call “home.”
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See a children’s play at the Puppet Showplace Theater this weekend. Buy tickets in advance; they’re $12.50.
Discover the Newton YMCA (and its awesome pool) for free this Saturday.
Visit Weezie’s Garden at The Gardens at Elm Bank for family fun from 11am-11:30am on Saturday.
Watch a movie under the stars at University Station on Wednesday at 7:45pm. This week’s film is “Ralph Breaks the Internet.”
Got a baby in tow? Head to the Capitol Theater in Arlington on Monday at 8am for Baby-Friendly Monday Matinees and meet fellow mamas.
The Ashland Farmers’ Market is Saturday from 9am-1pm, featuring local products, artisanal goods and kids activities.
Take a walking tour of Concord with chocolate shop Cocoa Beantown on Friday at 10:15am. Trust us, there will be plenty of sweet sampling.
Drop into Discovery Museum for Make a Mess: Foamy Fun from 11am-2pm on Saturday.
Watch a children’s play based on “Mary Poppins” at 2pm on Thursday at the Marilyn Rodman Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $10.
Watch a free concert in Lexington from 6:30pm-8:30pm on Monday. Don’t forget your blankets and chairs.
The Labor Day Weekend Greek Festival is Saturday and Sunday from 12pm-11pm and Monday from 12pm-5pm. There will be live music, dancing, cultural performances and Greek cuisine.
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