This week's event picks offer meaningful, low-key ways to inspire and connect with our kids, starting with the Supermoon and wrapping up the weekdays with an uplifting play. For more family fun every day, check our Event Calendar.
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Wishing you a week filled with kindness and wonder.
Monday 11/14 – Your Backyard
Wake the kids up super early to see the Supermoon. According to NASA, this moon will be at its biggest and brightest for viewers in the United States just before dawn, and we won't see a moon like this again until 2034 (all ages; FREE).
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Tuesday 11/15 – Boston
Storytime at the Mary Baker Eddy Library only happens once a month, so we're seizing the opportunity to check it out. Apparently, Mary was quite a bookworm. That's something a lot of Boston kids can relate to (ages 5 and under; FREE).
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Wednesday 11/16 – Worcester
We're not quite sure what KAHBAHBLOOOM means, but we're Ed Emberley fans and learning his thumbprint drawing technique is part of the new exhibit at the Worcester Art Museum, so count us in (ages 2+; included in museum admisson).
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Thursday 11/17 – Cambridge
Harry Potter fans will appreciate the Harvard-Smithsonian Astrophysics Observatory Night theme for this month: "The Care and Feeding of Monster Black Holes"—a fun tie-in with the release of Magical Beasts and Where to Find Them (ages 10+; FREE).
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Friday 11/18 – Boston
Need a little inspiration? Take your kids to see Akeelah and the Bee on stage at Wheelock Family Theatre (ages 6+; $20 and up). Take your family discussions about this thought provoking play to the level with a study guide.
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There are always plenty more activities on our Event Calendar and in our monthly GoList. And if you don’t receive our newsletters full of suggestions for family fun, you really should sign up for our newsletter—it’s free!
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