By Victoria@celebratetheweekend
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Oct 30th, 2016
Classical ballets, with their elaborately decorated sets, lavish costumes, and most importantly, a dramatic story to tie it all together, have a...
Family vacationers visit Martha Vineyard on a day trip from Hyannis, Cape Cod
By Victoria@celebratetheweekend
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Sep 18th, 2016
Those of you who visit our site often know my passion for day trips.  Some may call it a cabin fever, but I call...
Summer in Boston 2016
By Victoria@celebratetheweekend
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Jul 5th, 2016
4th of July weekend “officially” started a busy summer of concerts, festivals and other fun events within 1-2 hour of driving from Boston....
By Victoria@celebratetheweekend
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May 4th, 2016
There are numerous ways to celebrate Mother’s Day (and have fun yourself!) in and around Boston.  Here are some tried and true...
By Victoria@celebratetheweekend
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Apr 22nd, 2016
I first wrote this article for Russian sport daily Sovsport.ru – here is a link to the original post (in Russian).  This...
APRIL 2016 SCHOOL VACATION TO DO’S IN BOSTON
By Victoria@celebratetheweekend
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Apr 10th, 2016
There is always so much to do in and around Boston – whether you are having a staycation or visiting the area...
By Victoria@celebratetheweekend
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Mar 27th, 2016
Boston might have withdrawn its Olympic bid, but this week we have a chance to see the elite of world’s figure skating...
By Victoria@celebratetheweekend
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Mar 20th, 2016
No travel plans for this spring? Don’t despair!   This week Boston Ballet takes us to Paris in its new program  Kaleidoscope, a colorful...
Mothers and daughters celebrate March 8 Holiday at American Girl Bistro in Natick, MA
By Victoria@celebratetheweekend
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Mar 8th, 2016
Last year we started a tradition of mother-daughter “high tea”  to celebrate March 8 – International Women’s Day.  The holiday originated in America in...
By Victoria@celebratetheweekend
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Feb 27th, 2016
Do you have a favorite ballet? I believe I just found mine. It’s John Cranko’s ONEGIN which comes back to Boston Ballet...