WESTBOROUGH – Westborough Connects kicked off Kindness Week on Sunday, Nov. 5, with a variety of activities inside and outside the Westborough High School cafeteria.
“Westborough Connects has really become a part of the fabric of Westborough,” said state Rep. Kate Donaghue (D-Westborough).
Inside, visitors made no-sew blankets and cards for veterans, took part in a drumming circle and painted “kindness rocks.”
There was also a “kindness karaoke” where those musically inclined could step up to the mic and sing.
Just outside, members of the Westborough Police and Fire departments were on hand to play catch with a football and cornhole with the kids.
“It just gets better and better,” said Superintendent Amber Bock, one of the volunteers for the kickoff.
The event at the high school was just the beginning of Kindness Week activities. Visit https://www.westboroughconnects.org/ for a complete list of partners, activities and programs.