The Weekender: January 26-28
Happy Friday! Guess what? Tonight I am headed on a three week adventure to Europe. I’m excited, but feeling a little jittery about the flight. Send good vibes our way — and be sure to follow along on Instagram. If you are around this weekend, here are a few fun happenings…
Sweat It Out.
Have you tried the new SLT studio in Boston? We are hoping to check it out soon. The workout promises to be heart-pumping and great for toning and strengthening. We have also been loving indoor cycling (our favorite places to go are The Handle Bar, Recycle, and SoulCycle), especially when the music is good.
This weekend, sweat for a cause at Ink Block’s CorePower Yoga with Youth Villages Young Professionals Leadership Council. Tickets are $25 and all proceeds benefit Youth Villages, which provides services to children, young adults and families in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Sweetgreen will provide salads post-workout. For additional details, please email YPLC.BostonMA@gmail.com..
What are your favorite workouts?
Kids in the Kitchen.
The Boston Public Market hosts workshops and cooking classes in its community space, The KITCHEN. This weekend, kids ages 6-12 are invited to learn about local food and the journey it makes from farm to table. Our kids love eating and learning about food. We’d imagine these classes would be a big hit for elementary-aged kiddos! More info here.
Salty > Sour Seas
Have you been to the ICA lately? There are always interesting exhibits to check out. This weekend, bring the whole family to experience artist Evelyn Rydz’s exhibit on the shorelines. The interactive installation highlights what our oceans have left behind, from plastic bottles to other items commonly discarded. Visitors of all ages are invited to experiment, play, and create while learning about our shorelines. Plus, kids under 17 are always free!
Have you ever wondered how to make cheese? It seems kind of fascinating, and cheese is so delicious. Visit Drumlin Farm this weekend, and attend this fun and informative workshop were you’ll learn how to make cheese in all of its yummy forms.
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