Weekend Guide Revival

I miss the weekend guide. You miss the weekend guide. I finally decided that I have to bring it back. So look for the weekend guide every week mid-week-ish. I will also try to post a little montage on Instagram to go with it for those of you who don’t have time for this blog stuff.

Farm babies at Drumlin Farm

Family Outings

Take the kids to see an improv show at Newton North High School. Theatre Ink presents Spontaneous Generation.

Bonus: Have an improv themed weekend by adding in some musical improv with Freestyle Love Supreme. Tickets can be purchased here and the show runs through April 2nd.

There is something quite magical about puppetry and Brookline’s Puppet Showplace is a local treasure. Take the kids to see A Tale of the Monkey King.

  • When: April 2nd – 3rd at 1:00 and 3:00.
  • Where: Puppet Showplace
  • A Tale of the Monkey King tickets can be purchased here.

It is farm baby season at Drumlin Farm. Head over there for a walk around the farm and meet the new lambs, kids and more. Note that reservations are now required for weekend visits.

  • When: Tuesdays – Sundays 9-5
  • Where: Mass Audubon Drumlin Farm
  • Make your Drumlin Farm weekend reservations here.

Visit Boston’s Seaport. The 20 Knots: Daffodils for Boston installation goes up April 1st. Walk around and see the large colourful animals around the seaport and catch the last of Heart Warming; giant conversation hearts scattered around the Rocks at Harbor Way.

Brunch at Little Pecan Bistro

Eat This

Here are a few new favourites for weekend brunch whether its a full leisurely meal or just a place to pick up some breakfast goodies for at home.

Grab brunch at Little Pecan Bistro. It is a cozy restaurant in Brighton with friendly staff and a talented kitchen crew. Pro tip: get a banana cream pudding to go for a treat later that day or early in the week. You can also order takeout if you need to grab and go.

So many tasty options to choose from at Little L Bakery.

For a tasty weekend brunch at home or on the go, stop into Little L Bakery You will find delicious Japanese style savoury and sweet pastries, croissants, sandwiches, and desserts. We love the Earl Grey panna cotta.

Since we seem to be on a “little” theme. Check out Littleburg in Somerville for delicious food that happens to be vegan. Try a yuba shawarma pita, gyro, fried eggplant hoagie, and a donut brunch among other things.

Bonus: Head over to Dudley Greenhouse for their Community Seed Exchange on Saturday from 10:30 – 12:30.

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