A quick guide to the back half of February in Boston

We’re almost at the halfway mark of February. What activities should your family be considering for the next 15 or so days?

With an assist from Boston Mamas, we got you covered.

February 13: On the Move is a free winter indoor movement program with songs, stories, snacks, and more (Brockton)

February 14: Read stories celebrating hugs and kisses, then make lovebug hats (Jamaica Plain)

February 15: Investigate nature for signs of animals’ nighttime activity (Milton)

February 16: The annual Bugs Bunny Film Festival features The All Bugs Revue, Daffy Duck and Friends, and Looney Tunes Revue (Cambridge)

February 17: Matt Heaton & The Outside Toys perform (Natick)

February 18: It’s time for the Great Backyard Bird Count (Boston)

February 19: Celebrate the Lunar New Year and welcome the Year of the Dog (Boston)

February 20: Sing-a-Long with Disney’s Frozen (Arlington)

February 21: The MIT Museum celebrates National Engineers Week with engineering-specific activities, workshops, and afternoon demonstrations led by MIT students (Cambridge)

February 22: Enjoy a reading of Grandma’s Chocolate//El chocolate de mi abuelita at the Taza Chocolate Factory (Somerville)

February 23: Catch Lowell’s annual Winterfest weekend featuring outdoor amusement rides, free ice-skating, and an all-you-can-eat chocolate festival (Lowell)

February 24: Go on an Amazing Arts Adventure at the ICA (Boston)

February 25: Rock out with Karen K and the Jitterbugs (Brookline)

February 26: Learn to play at the Children’s Chess Club (Boston)

February 27: Rubber chickens, unicycles, costumes, balloons, and hamantaschen await with Davey the Clown and Purim Fun (Newton)

February 28: Sit in at this Community Meditation to relieve stress and bring balance (Boston)

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