It’s that time! Summer time! We’ve got a great list to keep you busy every day and night! What’s on your “must do” list for this Boston summer?
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It’s time to beat the heat! We’ve rounded up some great local spots for water play. Here are our favorite Boston splash pads and pools!
Warm nights mean the start of a favorite annual tradition all over the city — free (or cheap) summer movies in Boston!
Summer is just around the corner, which means it’s time to start thinking of beach days! Anyone who has taken young children to the beach knows the importance of finding a local spot that is both fun for the kids and sanity-saving for the parents. In the spirit of summer planning, here is a roundup […]
Summer is rounding the corner, and with that comes all the delicious summer food and events. Here is a roundup of local food festivals for the Boston foodie! June European Food Festival (Boston) June 1 Join the Belgian Honorary Consulate for this popular professional networking event featuring food, beer, wine, and spirits from Germany, France, […]
I don’t really like beer. When ordering one I generally seek out the beer that tastes the least beery. I hate everything about hops (the smell, the taste, the way the ugly plant takes over our back fence every summer). And sour beers make my jaw ache. For me, beer is at its best when […]
The winter snow is long gone, the buds are on the trees, the tulips are popping up, and my kids and I spotted our favorite white butterfly (or a version of it) in our backyard today. That can mean just one thing: Summer is almost here! Once school ends and official summer begins, a whirlwind […]
Sensory bins are a favorite activity at our house. A sensory bin is a container filled with things to touch and explore. Young children learn through touch, and sensory bins are a wonderful way to let them explore different objects and materials. When using a sensory bin, kids learn through play as they use different senses, figure […]
One thing I love about living in New England is the possibility of visiting new states in just a matter of hours. Growing up in Houston, I was two hours from the Louisiana border and six hours from Oklahoma. There are even points in Texas where you could drive for 20 hours and never leave the […]