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Holliston Parks & Recreation Department is hosting a PARENTS NIGHT OUT!

by Kristen Hedrick
May 15, 2017

Holliston Parks & Recreation Department is hosting a PARENTS NIGHT OUT!

Need a date night?  Drop off the kids for a fun night of  activities including crafts, games and movies while you go out for a night on your own.   Pizza & drinks will be served!

Who: Grades K- 4

Where: 1750 Washington St. Parks & Recreation Building

When: Friday May 19th

Time: 6- 9 pm

Cost: $20 per child

www.townofholliston.us/parks-recreation

508-429-2149

 

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