[Parentsgroup-list] More Free Things to Do With kids
navarrop at gse.harvard.edu
Mon Jan 2 16:47:59 EST 2006
Don't forget to check out the free (and not free) events listed on this website. It's got the
most comprehensive list of activities, play spaces, events etc etc..
www.bostoncentral.com See "events calendar"
On Mon, 2 Jan 2006 12:28:18 -0500
Brandeis McBratney-Owen <mcbratn at fas.harvard.edu> wrote:
>Free Activities in January:
> 1)-Fridays 10am to 11am-Free Sing-Along at Finagle A Bagel, Harvard Square
> (across from Urban Outfitters and Curious George Book Store on JFK Street).
> A free activity suitable for babies, toddlers, and pre-schoolers led by Ed
> Morgan and attended by loads of kids and their caretakers. Older kids usually
> do actually sing along while the younger ones run around. Head downstairs to
> basement eating area (elevator available for those with strollers).
> 2)-Harvard Museums-Free entrance for yourself with Harvard ID and one guest
> (plus kids under 3 are free). Harvard Museum of Natural History is a great kid
> friendly choice with lots of stuffed animals, fossils, and rocks on exhibit and
> noisy kids OK. Other options are the Peabody Museum of Anthropology and the
> art museums: The Fogg and Sackler.
> A casual meeting in February for parents and kids is in the works (trying to
> arrange a location)-stay tuned!
> Happy New Year!
> Brandeis McBratney-Owen
> Ph.D. Candidate
> Biological Sciences in Dental Medicine
> Harvard School of Dental Medicine
> Department of Developmental Biology
> 190 Longwood Avenue, 4th floor
> Boston, MA 02115
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