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FRAMINGHAM – The MetroWest YMCA kicked off its Summer Eats program at Arlington Street playground in Framingham today, June 24. The program is in partnership with Project Bread.

With a DJ playing tunes, the YMCA served up burgers, arts & crafts, gardening, and activities for kids & families in the neighborhood.

The Framingham Public Library bookmobile stopped by, in anticipation of its summer reading kick off on Saturday, June 25. atac was providing arts & crafts activities for kids.

Summer Eats is a free-of-charge program that provides free meals to all kids and teens, ages 18 and under, at locations all across Massachusetts during the summer months.

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The YMCA is hosting the program at the Arlington Street playground and at the main YMCA.

Summer Eats will provide free lunch at the Arlington Street playground Monday through Friday between starting at 11:30 a.m. The program is through August 26.

There are also Summer Eats sites at the Musterfields, Barbieri Elementary School, Harmony Grove Elementary School, Pelham Lifelong Learning Center, and the main Framingham Public Library sponsored by other organizations.

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