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Family network makes a play date

Kayla Onyango, 4, of Marlborough rides a miniature roller coaster.

Kayla Onyango, 4, of Marlborough rides a miniature roller coaster.

Region – Children and grownups from the Together We Can Family Network (TWCFN) enjoyed an active afternoon Feb. 2 at Playtown Express in Southborough. After a couple hours of climbing, bouncing, riding and laughing, the kids were treated to snacks and given a book to take home. TWCFN offers free activities for families up to age 8 from nine communities including Hudson, Marlborough, Northborough, Shrewsbury, Southborough and Westborough. For information, call 774-463-0214 or visit twcfn.org.

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Photos/Ed Karvoski Jr.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ethan Isaza, 14 months, of Northborough spots his mom while playing.

Ethan Isaza, 14 months, of Northborough spots his mom while playing.

Tari, 3, of Marlborough glides down an inflatable slide.

Tari, 3, of Marlborough glides down an inflatable slide.

Violet Boudo, 2, of Marlborough makes her away around a maze.

Violet Boudo, 2, of Marlborough makes her away around a maze.

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