Family-friendly restaurants and activities in Boston?

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    Family-friendly restaurants and activities in Boston?

    We asked seven local parent bloggers for ideas about where to eat, play, and entertain children around Boston. Now we want to hear from you; please share your family-friendly suggestions and secrets.
     
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    Here is a hidden gem: the colleges and their sports games. They are cheap and really fun. The BC football home games have family fest at the RecPlex.  The basketball and hockey games are also fun to watch with the kids. The colleges also have reasonably priced and sometimes free cultural shows and reunion weekends (if you are an alum) that have family friendly activities.
     
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    [QUOTE]We asked seven local parent bloggers for ideas about where to eat, play, and entertain children around Boston. Now we want to hear from you; please share your family-friendly suggestions and secrets.
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    For the past three years I have taken my children on a holiday train ride out of Sandwich- The North Pole Express.  The dinner train is decorated in festive holiday décor, plays holiday music and serves hot, hot chocolate! For two hours, my kids believe that they are on the magical train from The Polar Express that will take them to the North Pole and home again. The train is packed with children and adults alike leaving from the Sandwich station and heading to the Barnstable station. When you are there you can actually get off the train and walk around a tent decorated as the North Pole. Elves walk around handing out cookies and kids can take a FREE photo with Santa. You’ll need to bring your own camera, but instead of a mall photo this year, give the kids a day they will surly remember every time they see their Santa photo. Tickets are $25 per person, children two and under are free. Cookies, hot chocolate and goody bags are handed out as well. You can follow this link if you are interested!  http://shop.sandwichchamber.com/North-Pole-Express_c6.htm


     
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    [QUOTE]We asked seven local parent bloggers for ideas about where to eat, play, and entertain children around Boston. Now we want to hear from you; please share your family-friendly suggestions and secrets.
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    I use this website to find great places to dine with my children:
    MyKidsPlate.com

    The site also offers printable activities to bring to restaurants for my children to do.  You can nominate your favorite kid-friendly spots and also get ideas for great Grown Ups Nights out as well. 
     
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    The Enchanted Village is at Jordan's Furniture in Avon this year. But the crowds are huge!! To avoid the crowds, go this Sunday, November 29th at 9:00 for a private viewing. It's $5 per person, includes hot cocoa & munchkins, and all the money goes to help Franciscan Hospital for Children. Great way to spend Sunday morning.
     
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    DaMomma
    I like your cultural adventures idea.  Could you mention some of the cultures that you found were represented in an enclave in Boston aside from the obvious North End and Chinatown
     
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    Revels has a family-oriented May Day celebration coming up Saturday afternoon in Watertown.  see www.revels.org
     
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    Families are welcome at the 7th annual "Revels RiverSing" designed to welcome in the fall with song along the Charles River in Cambridge this Sunday.  Family entertainments start at 5pm in Harvard Square. There's a colorful parade and then lots of picnickers and singers just enjoying a night of song along the water.  Kids can dance and play...check it out at www.revels.org
     
     
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    Family Friendly Events in Greater Boston area

    CELEBRATE THE MANY COLORS OF THE WORLD at the first South Shore International Festival in Hingham.   One of Boston's highly regarded schools is delighted to be hosting the first South Shore International Festival in Hingham on Saturday, January 28, 2012.  The festival is  a wonderful opportunity for young people and families to travel the world  with continuous music, dance and cultural performances in our Hingham Center.   Celebrating cultural diversity, this festival will feature the best of world music and dance and art from local performers.  From China and India to Spain and Brazil, we are proud to present the popular guitarist Jim and Joe Armstrong and their students as well as cultural dances from DanceSport Boston and Nevine Irish Dance Academy and the amazing Japanese Swordfighters.   The Drum Connection will play and teach festival-goers to play their hand drums and Caroline Carr will teach amazing Zumba moves. Our academy will be transformed into many different countries with local artists, vendors, crafters, chefs and performers sharing their talents to celebrate the many colors of the world. 

    The 2012 South Shore International Festival takes place Saturday, January 28th at Su Escuela Language Academy at the Hingham Shipyard 
    from 10 am to 1p.m.   Our festival opens with The Armstrong Brothers and local Bollywood dancers at 10:15 am.  This free, public event is ideal for all ages, especially families.  There will be hands-on demos and activities for children ages 2 to 11 and great music for all!    Visit www.suescuela.com for directions to our Hingham Center at 75 Sgt. William B. Terry Drive or call 781.741.5454 for details.

    About Su Escuela Language Academy
    Su Escuela Language Academy is an independent school providing the finest literacy-based bilingual education in a positive, academic setting accredited by the EEC.  Our English Speaking Students, ranging from ages 15 months to adults, are taught by native Spanish and Chinese teachers with an interdisciplinary, multi-cultural curriculum.   It's a community in which we promote international-mindedness because of our inherent value in developing citizens that are open to thinking globally.  We offer full and half day programs for ages 15 months to 7 years old and after school and evening classes for Grade K - 12 and adults.  For more information, call 781.741.5454 or visitwww.suescuela.com.

    Su Escuela Language Academy
    75 Sgt. William B. Terry Drive, Hingham, MA 02043
    781.741.5454    info@suescuela.com
    www.suescuela.com
     
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