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Weekend Roundup

Happy Friday everyone, I hope you're enjoying a wonderful week! I can't believe it's actually Friday, given that being in New York a couple of days totally threw me off my usual schedule -- I'm really looking forward to the weekend to reconnect with Jon and the girls! And if you're looking for something to do, enjoy this awesome roundup of 43 events, lovingly curated for your consideration! Happy weekend and enjoy the gorgeous weather today!

1. To celebrate World Autism Awareness Day, the Discovery Museums provide support and resources (Acton)

2. Especially for Me! Free Evening for Families with Deaf or Hard of Hearing Children (Acton)

3. Peter Pan: The Musical is performed by the Open Door Theater (Acton)

4. An ASL-interpreted performance of Peter Pan on Sunday (Acton)

5. Honor military and help raise funds to build a home for an injured soldier during the Run for the Troops 5k (Andover)

6. A musical story presentation of Bringing the Rain to Kapiti Plain (Arlington)

7. An avant-garde presentation of Alice in Wonderland (Boston)

8. Enjoy the San Clemente Ensemble Band at Faneuil Hall (Boston)

9. Go for a Dark of the Moon Walk, starting with a night poem (Belmont)

10. Prince and Michael Jackson hits performed by The Woo Factor play a huge role at this all you can eat brunch (Boston)

11. The 75th Anniversary Party and Grand Re-Opening of the Make Way For Ducklings Store (Boston)

12. Kerplunk! is a musical adventure you and your family create together (Boston)

13. O Happy Port! is a journey through Boston's history (Boston)

14. Help end multiple sclerosis during Walk MS (Boston)

15. Learn about Rabbits, Bunnies, and Hares, Oh My! (Boston)

16. Symphony Play Day at the Children’s Museum (Boston)

17. Ashmont Hill Chamber Music presents a concert by pianist George Li (Boston)

18. Fukushima Youth Sinfonietta performs in honor of the five year anniversary of the natural disasters (Boston)

19. Turtle's New Home is presented at the Puppet Showplace Theater (Brookline)

20. Ben Rudnick & Friends appear at the Coolidge Corner Theatre (Brookline)

21. A free Faculty Artist Showcase, featuring violin, piano, and more (Brookline)

22. A family dance for all ages with live music and a potluck dinner (Cambridge)

23. Learn about Spider Superheroes during this free program (Cambridge)

24. Out of the Blue Fools Fest Music Festival (Cambridge)

25. A presentation and interactive demonstration on circuits and computers at the MIT Museum (Cambridge)

26. Learn about High-Tech Zoology: Watching the World with Animals’ Eyes (Cambridge)

27. Help end multiple sclerosis during Walk MS (Concord)

28. Buds and Bird Voices: Say Goodbye to Winter (Concord)

29. Meet Olympic ice dancing champions Meryl Davis and Charlie White (Dedham)

30. Act it out at the Children’s Museum in Easton (Easton)

31. A Salamander Celebration at Garden in the Woods (Framingham)

32. Farm to table breakfast weekend (Fitchburg)

33. Be Inspired Be a Poet is a family pop-up poetry event (Gloucester)

34. The Melrose Symphony Orchestra presents Classics for Kids, with interactive instrument demos before (Melrose)

35. Learn about the American Woodcock and then try to find them in the wild (Milton)

36. A free resiliency retreat and workshop for adults (Natick)

37. A community contras and square dance (Newton)

38. Guided sugaring tours available at the Warren Farm, with reservations requested (North Brookfield)

39. The Sound of Music Youth Version is presented by the Neverland Theatre (Salem)

40. This performance of Alice in Wonderland features kid-friendly activities before the show (Somerville)

41. It’s Maple Syrup Day at Chestnut Hill Farm (Southborough)

42. Karima Bennoune gives a lecture on gender and human rights (Waltham)

43. The ballet Briar Rose is performed at the Wenham Museum (Wenham)

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