Author: Kim Tolander

February Vacation in Boston 2017

There’s a ton of fun planned in the greater Boston and New England area for February Vacation Week. Here’s a few ideas to inspire your plans. Kissimmee’s Free Freezin’ Gator Zipline Experience Kissimmee is bringing a little bit of Florida sunshine to Boston! Join us for some high-speed, high-flying fun in the heart of Boston. The Freezin’ Gator Zipline and other activities are FREE and open to the public! THROUGH MON 2/20/17 Feb Fest | MIT Museum Join us for Feb Fest, our annual celebration of National Engineers Week, during February school vacation, with daily hands-on activities, workshops, and...

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It’s Official – Eataly is Open in Boston

Are we ready, Boston? Eataly Boston is open at the Prudential Center. It’s 3 floors/45,000 square feet of Italian (and local!) goodness. You’ll find the things that you’d expect including wine, pizza, pasta, and gelato, and even more things you didn’t even know you wanted. Although Eataly Boston is likely to be crowded soon after opening, the destination itself is super family friendly. There’s going to be food for even your most picky eaters. Casual restaurants and eateries. Easy to grab a quick bite and grab a seat (or take it to go). As a destination, it’s a fun way...

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Learn to Ride a Bike in Boston

Looking for bike riding lessons in the Greater Boston area? Need information on adaptive bikes? Not every child learns to ride a bike at a developmentally appropriate time for a wide variety of reasons. There are options out the to help kids (and adults!) of any age learn to ride a bike. Below some find Boston resources for learning to ride bicycles in the Boston area. Have another resources? Let us know in the comments! Bicycle Riding School – Home The Bicycle Riding School teaches those of all ages to ride bicycles, including adults who never learned as children....

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Celebrate End of Summer with the Red Sox at Fenway Park

Summer is winding down. If you’re looking for a special send off, Wednesday’s Red Sox game (8/31) is a jackpot for kids and families filled with lots of activities and promo items. Skip Lockwood will be in Autograph Alley at Yawkey Way one hour before the game, children 14 and under will receive a Wally Piggy Bank promo item, plus it is Kids Run the Bases, AND it is LEGO Day. With the purchase of a special LEGO Day ticket, fans will receive a LEGO Red Sox player figure and will include access to the pre-game LEGO Build Experience...

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Free Red Sox Game Viewing on the Big Screen at the Boston Common

The Red Sox will again be hosting the family friendly “Out of the Park” event on Sunday, June 12 where they will have a jumbo screen in Boston Common to watch the Sox vs. Twins game. The event is FREE with food and entertainment plus there’s a sneak peek of the new Red Sox Mobile Truck! Festivities start at 1:10 PM and the first pitch is at 2:10 PM. The Boston Common is located on the corner of Beacon and Charles...

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