FRAMINGHAM – The Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest (BGCMW) is offering multiple summer programming options for MetroWest youth this summer.
The Club’s traditional Summer Program will be open at each of the three Clubhouses – Framingham, Marlborough and Hudson, as well as at Francis J. Kane Elementary School in Marlborough.
This in-person opportunity has a limited number of openings in each location in accordance with the Massachusetts state reopening guidelines.
Although field trips are not possible this year, kids will be participating in STEM activities, arts and craft projects, and fun physical games.
Extensive cleaning precautions and health screenings will help keep youth and families safe white at the Clubs.
The Summer Program will be runningJune 29 to August 21.
All Clubs are still taking registrations. Download
registration paperwork by visiting www.bgcmetrowest.org.
The Clubs are also offering a new Virtual Summer Program. BGCMW staff will be running programs and activities through Zoom and YouTube for kids to participate in at home. Similarly to the in-person option, children will get instructions for at-home science experiments and arts and crafts. There will also be yoga, Zumba, and freeze dance for physical activities. This virtual program will be held Monday – Thursday from 9 a.m. to noon.
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