Your Week Ahead

Five things to do, March 12-18

The St. Patrick’s Day parade, Pi Day, Spring Sing, and more.

The South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade starts at the MBTA’s Broadway Station at 1 p.m. Sunday.
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The South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade starts at the MBTA’s Broadway Station at 1 p.m. Sunday.

Wednesday, March 14

A Piece of Pi

The Museum of Science dedicates Pi Day to the mathematical constant with endless digits. Start with a sunrise yoga class (from $31.41), then circle back for kid-friendly activities, such as learning about patterns in the natural world and exploring numbers in baseball. Free with museum admission (adults $25, children $20).

Wednesday-Thursday, March 14-15

Coming Attractions

See the stars of tomorrow when the Berklee Musical Theater Club presents Into the Woods, produced entirely by Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory students. The Sondheim classic, a dark twist on fairy tales by the Brothers Grimm, plays the Berklee Performance Center. 7:30 p.m. both days. Tickets from $12; from $8 in advance.

Saturday, March 17

Ring in Spring

Celebrate the upcoming change of seasons with traditional music and mumming from England, Ireland, and America. The Revels’ Spring Sing brings a live band and chorus, sing-alongs, and the ’Obby ’Oss, a Cornwall, England, May Day tradition, to the Belmont-Watertown United Methodist Church. 2 p.m. Adults $20, children $8.

Saturday-Sunday, March 17-18



Couldn’t make it to Dublin — or Southie — to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? Head to Waltham, where the Reagle Music Theatre offers A Little Bit of Ireland. The annual performance features step dancing, an Irish comedian, live music, and more. 2 p.m. both days, plus 7 p.m. Saturday. Tickets from $37.

Sunday, March 18

Kilting It

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Find a spot along the route to take in the South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade, from the bagpipes to the boozy crowds. The procession starts at the MBTA’s Broadway Station, proceeds down East Broadway, loops around the neighborhood, and ends on Dorchester Street, near the T’s Andrew Station. 1 p.m. Free.

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