April: Historic Re-enactments, Cambridge Science Festival, Masked Balls
04/04/18 by Johnny Monsarrat
We finally have warm weather again in New England. So don’t just sit around!
Here are some great ideas to get you going, and join our Facebook group and follow on Twitter for more!
- First Fridays at the Museum of Fine Arts, mingling for art and drinks on 4/6
- Revolutionary war re-enactments April 7-16, especially the Battle of Lexington Re-enactment at dawn on 4/16 that kicks off a whole day of parades and fun, and the secret Battle of Lexington Rehearsal, Sunday 4/8 at a more reasonable 2pm.
- PAX East, the videogames conference, April 6-8
- Big Apple Circus comes to Boston, April 7 to May 6
- Wizarding Day at Franklin Park Zoo, 4/7, for you Harry Potter fans
- Miss Holmes, a Sherlock Holmes comedy with an all-female cast
- Forest Hills Trailblazers: Women Who Challenged the Status Quo, a lecture and cemetery tour
- “Shades of H.P. Lovecraft'” at Ladd Observatory, April 8 at 3pm
- Excavations of the Great Aztec Temple, a talk at the Harvard Museums, 4/10 at 6pm
- Playbull Mansion, a burlesque show and Playboy-themed party in Worcester, 4/7
- The mighty Cambridge Science Festival, with 100+ all-free science events April 13-22
- Or Take a Walk with Nathaniel Hawthorne, a costumed re-enactment in Salem, 4/14
- A Cappella Festival, at the Somerville Theatre, 4/14
- Women in Comedy Festival, April 19-22
- STOMP at the Boch Center, 4/20
- Bookish Ball and 454th Birthday of William Shakespeare in Harvard Square, 4/21
- Goblin Kings Masked Ball, 4/21 in Worcester