FRAMINGHAM – On Wednesday March 28th, at 6:30 p.m., the Xfinity Store located at 100 Concord Street in Downtown Framingham will open its doors to provide free childcare during the Mayor’s Community Conversation on Building a Resilient Framingham for Women.
The store is less than one block from the front steps of City Hall.
We at the Downtown Framingham Xfinity Store understand the need many families have for childcare so that they too can participate in important community events, said a press release from the store.
The store will be closed and the child care will be provided by two experience and CORI approved adults.
We believe that as many women as possible should be allowed to participate in this community conversation so that every voice can be clearly heard, said the Xfinity store in a press release.
The store will be providing family-friendly entertainment and will have snacks available.
The caretakers are familiar with food allergy precautions, however we would appreciate it if, parents whose children suffer from food allergies would send a snack with their child. We will also provide space for children to do their homework and will make every effort to provide homework help to children who need it, said the store.
Space will be available for 12 children between the ages of 2 and 11.
Each child must be picked up by 9:30 p.m.