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What’s Sprouting in Boston: Jan 31-Feb 6

Your weekly curated guide to activities in and around Boston.

Saturday, February 5

Snow Festival
You may as well embrace the snow since we have so much! Bring your sleds, snowshoes, and/or skis. Track animal prints with Boston Nature Center teachers, build snowmen and then go inside for hot chocolate and board games. Golf Clubhouse, Franklin Park Golf Course, 1 Circuit Dr. Visit the website for the full schedule.

Angel Chinese Dance Troupe 5th Anniversary Dance Celebration
The Angel Dance Troupe celebrates with performances by Commonwealth Ballet Company, Dongfang Dance Troup, Huaxia Dance Troupe, Boston Chinese Dance, Lexington School of Ballet, Sunshine Dance Troupe and Melody Dance Troupe. Casey Theater, Regis College, 235 Wellesley, Weston. At 7 p.m. Visit the website for the full schedule.

Pancake Breakfast at Verrill Farm
Have someone else make breakfast for a change! Visit the farm for yummy pancakes, Massachusetts maple syrup, bacon or sausages, and juice, milk or coffee. Everyone who comes can enter a drawing for a Valentine’s dinner for two. Verrill Farm, 11 Wheeler Rd., Concord. From 9 a.m. to noon. Visit the website for the full schedule.

Sunday, February 6

Boston Musica Viva’s 18th Annual Family Concert
Brookline’s PALS Children’s Chorus is featured in “The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids,” a new work based on a Brothers Grimm fairy tale. BMV also presents a special small-ensemble version of Prokofiev’s classic, “Peter and the Wolf.” Boston Musica Viva, 353 Beacon St., Somerville. At 3 p.m. Visit the website for the full schedule.

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  1. Boston Musica Viva’s performance will take place at the Tsai Performance Center at Boston University, 685 Commonwealth Ave., Boston. Hope you can join us!

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