Holidays

February Vacation Activities in the Boston Area

There are many fun activities for families to enjoy in the Boston area over February vacation. Check out our list of  activities and events happening around Boston in February 2023. Have a great break! February Vacation Week: LEGO Maritime Festival When: Sat 2/18/23 – Sun 2/26/23, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Where: USS Constitution Museum Charlestown Navy Yard, Building 22, Charlestown, MA, 02129 Age: kids, teens, adults Cost: free with donation Let your imagination set…

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COVID Precautions for the Holidays

At this stage in the long slog of the pandemic, many of us are forgoing masks in places we previously wore them and getting together indoors when we had formerly avoided it. But the holidays throw new variables at everyone’s risk calculus. People trek across the country to see each other. Families crowd around dinner tables, with older, more vulnerable people sitting beside their younger relatives. As we enter our third pandemic holidays, experts are…

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Giving Back for the Holiday Season

Are you willing to spread the holiday cheer this year? Boston Tutoring Services is happy to promote organizations who help people in need. There are plenty of fantastic organizations that give all of us the chance for giving back, and the holidays are always a time of year in which people need some extra help. Times have been tough for all of us this year, but if you are able to help those less fortunate,…

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Kids Holiday Activities Around Boston

December is almost upon us, and there are an abundance of fun activities for families to enjoy in the Boston area this year. Check out our list of holiday activities and events happening around Boston in December 2022. Happy holidays! Boston Common Tree Lighting 2022 When: Thurs 12/01/2022, 6:00PM-8:00PM Where: Boston Common, Boston, MA Age: all ages Cost: free The City of Boston’s signature holiday celebration returns. The official holiday season kick-off in Boston includes…

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Giving Back for Thanksgiving

Now is the time to remember those in need! As Thanksgiving quickly approaches, food banks and other charitable organizations all over Massachusetts are now accepting donations. Please consider getting into the spirit of giving and help those who really need it. You can make a monetary donation or collecting food to drop off at a food bank. Recommended donation items include cereal, oatmeal, rice, beans, low sodium soup, stew, chili, pasta, low sugar canned fruits,…

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Halloween Safety Tips for Parents

With ghosts, ghouls, and goblins out and about visiting each house on Halloween night, dangers can lurk when you least expect it. By staying safe on a dark night, your kiddos will be happier—and might get more candy. Here’s a list of simple actions you can do to bring peace of mind on Halloween and avoid a real scare. Halloween Costume Do’s and Don’ts 1. Pick a light or brightly colored costume: Spooky, dark-colored costumes…

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Don’t Miss These October Events Around Boston

Fall is finally here, and it’s a wonderful time of year to get outside, enjoy the weather and foliage, and have some fun as a family. Check out our list of autumn events and activities happening around Boston in October 2022. Halloween on the Hill at Long Hill When: Wednesdays through Sundays starting 9/30/22 and ending 10/31/22 Where: Long Hill–572 Essex Street, Beverly, MA Age: all ages Cost: Adults $27/$22, Children (Age 3-13) $10, Children…

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St. Patrick’s Day: Teaching Fact v. Fiction

Nearly every holiday we celebrate starts with a story. That story gets told throughout the years until it becomes legend, at which point people decide that the legend is worthy of celebration. Somewhere on the way to legendary status, the original story often gets embellished to the point where it becomes difficult to separate truth from legend. Such is the case with the patron saint of Ireland, St. Patrick. March 17 is here, and it…

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Giving Back to Your Community This Holiday Season

Are you willing to spread the holiday cheer this year? Boston Tutoring Services is happy to promote organizations who help people in need. There are plenty of fantastic organizations that give all of us the chance for giving back, and the holidays are always a time of year in which people need some extra help. Times have been tough for all of us this year, but if you are able to help those less fortunate,…

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For Thanksgiving, Please Consider Giving Back

Now is the time to remember those in need! As Thanksgiving quickly approaches, food banks and other charitable organizations all over Massachusetts are now accepting donations. Please consider getting into the spirit of giving and help those who really need it. You can either make a monetary donation or collect food to drop off at a food bank. Recommended donation items include cereal, oatmeal, rice, beans, low sodium soup, stew, chili, pasta, low sugar canned…

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