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September 14, 2022
How sweet it is! After two years of virtual festivals, Edward Street’s Day of Play Family Festival returns to Elm Park on Saturday, September 17th, 11AM-4PM . (The rain date is Sunday, September 18th.) Join us as we celebrate children and families and the organizations that support them. Free to...
August 23, 2022
When the school day ends, a whole new world of learning opens up for Worcester youth. Woo-Labs isn’t your grandparents’ after school experience. Developed by the Worcester Education Equity Roundtable, an initiative of the Worcester Education Collaborative, in partnership with Edward Street and out-...
August 4, 2022
You know what they say. It takes a village. Lucky for us, we have the support of our incredible Board of Directors. Better still, we recently welcomed three amazing new Board Members to the team!
July 19, 2022
Did you know, 18% of Worcester households lack an internet connection?
July 11, 2022
How can businesses reach thousands of local families all at once? How can they support the community while raising brand awareness? By becoming a 2022 Worcester Day of Play event sponsor.
July 7, 2022
There’s a shortage of infant formula nationwide. However, Worcester families have options.
June 23, 2022
It’s a new era and a fresh opportunity, as Worcester Public Schools new superintendent of schools Dr. Rachel Monárrez is set to begin her role in July.
June 8, 2022
Worcester Public Library’s annual Summer Reading Program is back with fun programming, activities, and prizes for young children.
June 3, 2022
Made possible by the collaborative efforts of Edward Street, childcare providers, Worcester Public Schools, and Ready4K, with grants from the Massachusetts Department of Early and Secondary Education and ParentPowered, Ready4K is an evidence-based text messaging platform that helps programs engage with parents, and helps parents support their children.
May 18, 2022
Experiential learning. Positive playtime. Science education. Nutrition. Call it what you like—the Regional Environmental Council (REC) teaches children invaluable life skills.

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