This Boston Baby is styling to hit the streets and participate in some of Boston’s best programs this weekend.
As the weather gets warmer in the city, there is so much to do to keep busy in Boston. From The Rose Kennedy Greenway–and its many fountains, food trucks and free classes–to the Harbor Islands, outdoor enthusiasts have many memorable moments to look forward to this season.
Of course you can’t forget The Esplanade, with its family friendly parks and programs, and its quickly approaching annual Earth Fest taking place on Saturday, May 18th at the Hatch Shell. While Boston Babies will continue to keep you posted on all the wonderful opportunities to enjoy throughout the spring and summer months, start first by planning some fun filled activities for the whole family this weekend.
Boston Babies would like to tell you about a few incredible events to participate in this Saturday, May 4th.
Whether you want to start your morning with a workout, donate to One Fund, join families for a clean-up at The Christopher Columbus Park Playground, or indulge in your favorite food truck treats, Boston is booming with programs this weekend.
See below for additional details:
This Boston Baby is safely getting her sun on! Join fellow beach bums on Monday, June 11th and get this summer started at Coco Baby.
Kick Off Your Summer in the City at Coco Baby
Coco Baby will be hosting Boston’s own Baby Beats, a class that allows children to express themselves through music, language, movement and art. Boston Babies will enjoy live music by local musician Kelly Rice, who will be performing pop, rock, folk, reggae and family favorites.
Friends and families can nibble on tasty treats, curtesy of Code 10, enjoy a 10% shopping pass at the South End’s newest baby boutique, or sit back and settle in to Coco Baby’s cozy play space and leave the creativity up to the kids!
All guests are asked to bring new or gently used clothes, which will be donated to Room to Grow.
When: Monday, June 11th–3:30-5:00 pm
Cost: $20 (1 adult; 1 child)
*Additional Guests: $10/adult; $5/child
Music is an important tool that parents use to provide children with entertainment, education and an appreciation for the arts at a young and influential age. Exposing your child to different genres of music from rock to reggae, classical to nursery rhymes, is a wonderful step in fostering one’s development. The American Academy of Pediatrics suggests that music may improve mood and provide other emotional benefits for both children and adolescents.
Sing-A-Longs & Lullabies For The Film Curious George, by Jack Johnson features music designed to educate children on recycling (“The 3 R’s”), sharing (“The Sharing Song”), making friends (“We Are Going to Be Friends”), school (“Jungle Gym”) while also taking a broad look at the world and children’s role in it (“My Own Two Hands”). This is a favorite among families because the music is soothing and has a very melodic way of relaxing both babies and parents, while also educating and speaking on a very basic fundamental level to children and their growing needs and concerns. Continue Reading