Boston Weekend

Things to do this weekend in Boston

Boston for the Holidays (2019)

December is a big month for family weekend celebrations in and around Boston with lots of holiday LIGHTS and music. LIGHTING OF THE TREE.  The first order of business is of course to Light the main Boston Tree in the country’s oldest Boston Common Park (December 5th this year) (you do know that our tree …

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The Nutcracker Season is Open at Boston Ballet (our visit report and backstage video)

As much as I like to lead my family along on my weekend agenda, they are all grown-up enough now to have their own!  So this year, my daughter was the one who decided that we are going yet again to The Nutcracker at Boston Ballet.   We were lucky to be invited to the Opening …

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Our First Ever WEEKEND VLOG! Afternoon Tea at Blithewold Estate!

For recent Mother’s Day Sunday we headed to a nearby Bristol, Rhode Island for an AFTERNOON TEA (not to be confused with HIGH TEA- you will find out the difference if you watch our VLOG).  First, we toured the rooms of the historic early 20th century BLITHEWOLD ESTATE with an audio guide and then we …

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Family Outing at Coppelia (by Boston Ballet). There is spring somewhere!

I could not believe my eyes when I opened the curtains on a Saturday morning this weekend (at the end of March!) and saw the new snow on the ground! But any flurries in the forecast have settled down in time for our mom-daughter outing to the Boston Ballet’s Coppelia.  Even if the weather is …

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Kids Holiday Matinee at the Boston Pops

Kids Holiday Matinee at the Boston Pops: What to Expect

As a family, we try to take advantage of Boston’s world class cultural attractions every chance we get.   Attending Boston Pops Orchestra’s Kids Holiday Matinee at the Symphony Hall seemed festively appropriate for December holidays, but when we first attended a couple of years ago, we had no idea what to expect.   So we put together …

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24-hour escape to the Berkshires

24-Hour Couple’s Getaway to the Berkshires

We spend a family summer weekend in the Massachusetts Berkshires every year but we haven’t had a chance for a couple’s romantic weekend in the Berkshires weekend in a long time.  So we aimed to make the very best of our 24 hours in Lenox last weekend! Here is how it all unraveled.   ROMANTIC NIGHT IN …

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Kids’ Weekend in the Berkshires

BOSTON SUMMER 2018: Open Air Performances in and around Boston

4th of July  “officially” starts a busy summer of concerts and performances within 1-2 hour drive from Boston.  Here is my best of summer Open Air Events in and around Boston (many are free to the public). 1.  Harborwalk Sounds  series brings the city’s most talented young musicians and dancers to Boston waterfront for Institute of Contemporary …

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Choose Your Date And Celebrate End Of Season At Boston Ballet

For me, attending Boston Ballet’s performances is not only about admiring one of the leading and oldest American ballet companies, but also about spending time with my loved ones.  I carefully “plan” my Boston Ballet season by choosing which family member I will invite on which ballet outing with me.  I shared Romeo & Juliet with …

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College Road Trips with Family

Whether you are an applicant or a parent of a high-schooler, chances are – college application process is something you both may want to forget soon.  College road trips on the other hand could leave a lot of positive family memories. Although this concept was foreign to me in the beginning of the process, I …

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