• What's up for the weekend: Feb. 28-March 2


    BOSTON (MyFoxBoston.com) -- Let's get you over the hump, and talk about what's up for the weekend.

    For family fun, Somerville is hosting a Fire and Ice Fest. There will be fire spinners in Union Square putting on a show. The same ice sculptor from First Night will be out there carving. Restaurants will be selling food in the square, and some are offering special drinks. For the kids, there's ice bowling, sand art and other crafts. The event is on Saturday from 3 to 6 p.m.

    Here's what's up, to eat. You can get pizza delivered but why not deliver yourself to the pizza. Boston pizza tours offers daily treks at 11, 2, and 5:30 p.m. You get to sample slices from little Italy pizzerias and you get a little taste of history, too. You'll go inside Boston's oldest standing church, see the Paul Revere house, and some other Freedom Trail sights. The cost is $29 per person and kids are free, but their pizza not included.

    What's up to watch? This Friday and Saturday only in Worcester at the DCU Center Cirque du Soleil is coming to town for just two shows. It's the Michael Jackson Immortal World Tour.

    What's up for wellness? The Boston Ski and Sports Club is Boston's largest social sports organization. They have all sorts of sports leagues from basketball to indoor field hockey and they plan ski trips and other adventure trips in the greater Boston area.

    And for a limited time only, the Seaport World Trade Center will host the National Golf Expo. Check out products, the long putt challenge and beer garden. New England PGA masters will be giving lessons.

    And finally, for anyone looking to raise money for their favorite charity, registration opens Saturday for the fourth annual Great Scituate Scavenger Hunt. The hunt is a pay it forward type event put on by the organization 12 Women Care. The event itself takes place April 12 when teams of three or four will spend the day having fun and documenting tasks with digital cameras. There's even an award for best costume.

    All of the funds raised will go to the charity or community organization for whom the winning teams are playing. Visit 12womencare.com starting Saturday to register.

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