Where do we meet with our children?

Our main goal is to meet in places where our children can have fun while at the same time engaging in activities in the Italian language. Below are places where we meet regularly.
The BBC is run by parents who volunteer to organize meetings and events. Below you can see a number of locations a few of us chose. To suggest a location for our next meetup, please email bostonbambinoclub@gmail.com

La Casa dei Bimbi Playspace
La Casa dei Bimbi is a playgroup and indoor playspace for children with at least one parent Italian mother-tongue. We meet in two locations: in Cambridge and in Arlington.
At La Casa dei Bimbi, the playgroup leader will provide a combination of free play and structured play for the children, divided into groups by age. Because La Casa dei Bimbi is a non-profit playgroup, all participants will be asked to help supervise one or more activities (e.g. clean-up) and to help with small admin tasks (e.g. asking other parents to sign a form).

For more info on dates and times of the meetings, please email bostonbambinoclub@gmail.com

Nati Per Leggere Greater Boston


LeggiAMO Insieme Meetings
The aim of the meetings, run by BBC members in collaboration with Piccola Italia Preschool, is to make the children in our group discover the pleasure and fun of reading in Italian. If you are interested in running the meetings in your local library, please send an email to Gaia. She will be happy to help you do that.



Museums with Great Play Areas
  • The Boston Children's Museum,
  • The Children Discovery Museums in Acton
  • The Museum of Science in Boston
  • The USS Constitution Museum in Charlestown
Also, children less than 17 years old go free to the World renowned Museum of Fine Arts, museum with collections of antique, modern and contemporary art.

Harvard University Art Museum (the Fogg Art Museum, the Arthur M. Sackler Museum and the Busch-Reisinger Museum) is free for children less than 18 years old. On saturday morning it is free to everyone.
Together in Motion
It is a tumble gymn exercise studio.During the day, they offer drop-in play time for children and the possibility to rent their rooms for parties and events.
Ideas for Organizing Your Own Event:
  Host an Italian Karaoke Playdate
If you have a laptop and know how to play a few Italian tracks with words on the screen, do email me. I will be happy to setup a karaoke playdate for the BBC Italian kids with you.
Host a movie night
If you have a nice Italian cartoon to show our kids at your house (or on your laptop), do email me. I will be happy to arrange a movie playdate for our kids.

Host an Italian tombola playdate
If you know how to play tombola and wish to host an Italian kids playdate, do email me. I'll be happy to help you organize this. For whoever might be interested, amazon sells the tombola box game here

Host a picnic playdate at your local park
It is the easiest way to get together with our kids. Most parks have playgrounds, they have loads of space for kids to run around, they are safe and they make it easy for everyone to eat and drink. Many parks in Boston have a shaded barbecue area where people can sit and have lunch.
Host a soccer playdate
If you and your kids enjoy playing soccer and wish to arrange a soccer competition, do email me. I will be happy to organize this with you.