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slides: 7 Fun Family Activities in Central MA

Monday, March 31, 2014

 

Hey parents! Are you looking for ways to keep your kids entertained? From free story-time events at local libraries to traveling events coming to Boston and Worcester to special activities geared toward children, we have them all!

Check out the slideshow below for seven great ways to keep the kids entertained this month.

For more great events and activities check out www.northworcester.macaronikid.com

 

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Worcester Sharks

Head to the Worcester Sharks game for Tommy Wingels Bobblehead night on April 5th at 7pm.  The Sharks are playing the Hershey Bears and the doors open at 6:00pm.  Bobbleheads will be given to the first 3,000 fans and they are offering a special ticket of $15 with a portion of the proceeds going back to YOU CAN PLAY project.

Visit http://www.sharksahl.com for more information.

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Tower Hill Botanic Garden

Dig In!  On Saturday, April 5 from 2:00-3:30pm, Tower Hill Botanic Garden begins their Family Drop-in Program.  This program includes hands-on learning and gardening activities and the activities change weekly.  

Visit http://www.towerhillbg.org for more information.

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The Auburn Mall

The Auburn Mall hosts their monthly story time on Tuesday, April 1st from 12:00pm - 1:00pm.  There are also reading themed arts and crafts and a free slice of pizza from Pizzeria Regina!  Head to the Auburn Mall Food Court on April 1st to participate.

Visit www.Facebook.com/AuburnMall for more information.

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Coco's Closet

Coco's Closet, A Children's Consignment Store presents a Mommy and Me Fashion Show at Sweet Kitchen and Bar on Shrewsbury Street in Worcester on Tuesday, April 1st at 6:00pm.  Includes a free cupcake!  RSVP required.  

Call 508-340-0749 to RSVP.

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"Baby Pictures" at Showcase Cinemas in Millbury

If you have a baby at home and find that you haven't been able to get to the movie theater to see any of the newest releases, try Baby Pictures at the Showcase Cinema at Blackstone Valley Shoppes in Millbury.  You can bring your baby with you so you can see a current movie in a more baby-friendly environment (dim lighting, lower sound, baby changing stations and stroller parking).  The next film is April 3rd at 12:00pm and admission is $6.00.  

Visit www.showcasecinemas.com for more information 

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Father/Daughter Dance

Dads, if you want to take your daughter on a Father/Daughter "date", purchase tickets to the Father/Daughter Dance hosted by the Marlborough Lions Club on April 11th from 6:00-8:00pm at the Marlborough High School Cafeteria.  Daughters must be at least three years old and there will be music, dancing and even a photographer available to capture the evening.  

Purchase your $7.00 tickets at Bouvier Pharmacy, Main Street Café, or Sergio's Restaurant, all located in Marlborough.

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Homemade Bird Feeder
 
Spring is right around the corner, so welcome back the birds with a homemade bird feeder.  Spend some family time making this great craft and then find the perfect spot in the yard to hang it!
 
 
Photo Credit: Melissa Hucal
 
 

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