We're so lucky to live in a place that offers abundant opportunities to enjoy activities both indoors and out, no matter the season! Here are some ideas to keep you busy this weekend.
Owl Prowl at the Stevens-Coolidge Place in North Andover, Sunday from 7-9 pm. Participants will hike through the property in search of screech owls and great horned owls with the help of a knowledgeable guide. Flashlights should have a red cloth rubber banded over them so as not to disturb the animals, though there is something to be said for the magic that happens when you walk through the woods in darkness. Owl Prowls will be held rain, snow or moonshine. For more info https://rem.ax/2mnsftU
Game of Thrones withdrawals? Here's the cure! Head to The Precinct Kitchen and Bar at the Loews Boston Hotel, where you'll find the "Game of Thrones Bar" complete with GOT-themed decorations, drinks and food - including the "A Burger Has No Name." Open daily from 4-11 pm.
New Car? RV? Tent? You can take a look at all your options in one place - the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. Both the International Auto Show and the Boston RV & Camping Expo are at the BCEC through Monday. Browse, dream, grab a snack or drink. Don't forget your checkbook!
Free is good! In celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, both the Institute of Contemporary Art and the Museum of Fine Arts are offering free admission on Monday. Open 10-5.
Beauty and the Beast Jr, presented by Acting Out Productions. The cast of over 90 students from 8 local schools presents a fun family show at Triton Regional on Friday at 7 and Saturday at 2 and 6. For additional info https://rem.ax/2Dk873E
SoWa First Friday: Meet artists in their studios and experience a wide variety of contemporary art. Over 80 artists’ studios open to the public and free! Friday from 5-9 pm. https://rem.ax/2mkSL6V
Children of the World Doll Making Class at Artbeat Creativity Store and Studio in Arlington. This special project honors the legacy of Dr Martin Luther King Jr by creating dolls from different cultures. You’ll start by creating a small flag from the country you choose, and use it for display or as a blanket or cape for your doll. You’ll draw the face, fingers, and other features on a cloth doll, and then dress it in felt clothing - $15pp. https://rem.ax/2D1o9Sq
Newcomers Club concert at the Crossroads Cafe in North Andover. Newcomers Club is a harmony-focused folk rock group from New York City, with roots in New England. Influences include Crosby, Stills, and Nash; Fleetwood Mac; the Beatles; the Beach Boys; Simon & Garfunkel – the classics - and a dose of funk. https://rem.ax/2D2q6hh
Barefoot in the Park, the classic Neil Simon romantic comeday about newlyweds living in a tiny 5th floor walk-up apartment in a Greenwich Village brownstone. Presented at Dunstable Town Hall by the Dunstable Theater Collaborative on Friday and Saturday at 8 pm and Sunday at 2 pm. https://rem.ax/2mhaagS
Want to stay inside and have fun with the kiddos? Check out Dave & Buster's in Woburn. Kids and kids-at-heart can play games to their heart's desire, including classics like Pac-man and Skee-ball, or some of the newest games, like Zombie Snatcher. There's also billiards and bowling, and tons of tv's so you can catch your favorite team's game. https://rem.ax/2DoWkkV
THE PATRIOTS! As if you could forget, Saturday at 8:15 is kickoff for the Pats vs. the Titans! Not a New England fan? I can help you find a new home anywhere in the US! http://www.patriots.com/