Looking for something fun to do this February vacation? Check out some of these fun family events in and around Boston! Vacations often come with lots of fun activities, but they can also come with changes in routine, crowds, and increased amounts of unstructured time. Wondering how you can best set your child up for success amidst these possible challenges? BAC clinicians are always here to help!
Celebrate National Engineers Week at the Boston Children’s Museum.
Get out of the house for some family-friendly outdoor activities at the Boston Children’s Winter Festival, sponsored by the Boston Parks and Recreation Department.
While you’ve got your coat on, check out one of the many FREE places to take your kids ice skating around Boston.
Have a little dancer in the family? The Boston Ballet has partnered with Boston Public Libraries and Boston Children’s Hospital to host FREE 1 hour dance themed storytime and movement workshops to children ages 2+.
Head into the city for “Movies at the Marketplace,” a free PG movie series hosted at Faneuil Hall running all week during February vacation.
Calling all builders! Let your imaginations sail and join the LEGO Maritime Festival at the USS Constitution Museum this vacation week. Kids are invited to build their own ships, test out their creations in the water, participate in a scavenger hunt and more!
For the animal lovers – check out a temporary multi-sensory exhibit at the Museum of Science entitled “Nature’s Superheroes: Life at the Limits.”
Wishing it was summer? The Charles River YMCA in Needham is hosting an Adaptive Free Swim for individuals with special needs and their families (open to both members and non-members!)