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Holliston Parks & Recreation is offering the opportunity for Parents to enjoy a night out Parents Night Out

by Kristen Hedrick
October 6, 2017

Need a night out?  Drop off the kids for a fun night with friends at our new building 1750 Washington St.  Activities include crafts, games, pizza and movie!  Our fun and enthusiastic staff from our summer programs will be there for maximum levels of amusement! 

Grades K-5

Session 1: Friday, October 20

Session 2: Friday, December 8

6:00-9:00 pm         

3 hours                                      

Cost: $20/child

Parks & Recreation Building

Kristen Hedrick

Recreation Director

Town of Holliston





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