1. An Oyster Shooter at Driftwood Publick House in Plymouth
If you love spicy, this is for you. Even if you don't, we suggest you try it because it's a seriously unique combination that you won't find anywhere else. You get a scotch glass filled about half way with their very own habanero infused vodka, splash of lime juice, and a hint of hot sauce topped with a raw oyster. Took us three sips to get it all down but was so worth it. Highly recommended! We're sorry we don't have a picture to share, we were so eager to take the shots we missed the photo opp!
2. Indoor Rock Climbing at Boston Rock Gym in Woburn
Indoor rock climbing isn't just physically challenging, it's also mentally challenging. If you're looking to really push yourself and to be active, this is the place to do it. Their team members are great leaders and can guide you through the learning process until you're comfortable enough to climb on your own. Another reason we love Boston Rock Gym? They offer a "Ladies Night", where women of all ages can receive a discounted rate. Perfect since this month is Women's History Month!
3. Go See The Witch
If you want to brush up on the history of witchcraft and what might be the origin story of hysteria to come during the Salem Witch Trials, this movie is a must see. The Witch follows a 17th-century New England family who’s been banished from their village for being too religious. They end up in a secluded homestead by an ominous forest. Things take a turn for the worse when the baby is kidnapped right from under the eyes. It's a story of panic over witchcraft and evil at a smaller scale and takes place about 60 years before the Salem witch trials. We can't wait to see it!
4. Attend the St. Patrick's Day Parade in South Boston
The South Boston St. Patrick's Day Parade is listed as the second largest parade in the country, being viewed by nearly 600,000 to 1 million people every year. This year the parade will take place on March 20th at 1PM. The parade route starts at Broadway Station and ends over at Dorchester Avenue. So get your loudest friends together and wear your best green for a day of drinking and celebrating the Irish heritage!
5. Have an Adult Easter Egg Hunt
This is right up our alley. First off, Easter is our favorite holiday. Secondly, Easter dinner is always as good as Christmas but definitely less stressful. There's a number of things you can fill the eggs with for adults in addition to candy. For instance, Jell-O Shots! Costume jewelry, nail polish, bow ties, and nips are all fun little hidden treasures that can also fit into a plastic egg. We really recommend doing this with your closest friends and family that are "too old" for the traditional coin filled eggs!
We hope you're able to try all five of these awesome March activities and devour the details of a month full of fun!