The Children’s Workshop celebrated the grand opening of its new school located at 6 Bellows Road in Westborough, Massachusetts yesterday on August 14, 2012. The newly renovated facility will offer programs for infants, toddlers, preschool, and pre-kindergarten.
The center’s Director, Melissa Walsh, cut the ceremonial ribbon with the assistance of members of her teaching and administrative staff. A grand opening party was held and featured entertainment from The Bubble Music Man, Rob Peters, an appearance by the Country 102.5 radio station, an appearance from Finz, the Worcester Sharks hockey team’s mascot, and an appearance from Webster the Puffin, The Children’s Workshop’s mascot. Boston Sports Clubs’ Westborough location was also present giving away prizes including a free month of club membership. Food, carnival games, and music rounded out the celebration.
“We are so excited to join the Westborough community,” said Walsh at the event. “It’s such a vibrant and beautiful town and we cannot wait to meet all the wonderful families in this area!”
The Children’s Workshop offers programs for children 6 weeks through age 13, depending on location. The first center, located in Lincoln, RI opened its doors with only 18 children in 1990, but grew to 80 within a matter of months. It became clear that additional high-quality programs were sought by families throughout the region. The Children’s Workshop acquired and developed additional programs and now operates 18 centers throughout Rhode Island and Massachusetts, meeting the educational, emotional and developmental needs of some 1,500 children daily.
Today, The Children’s Workshop prides itself on providing its families with one of the best levels of service in the child care industry.
For more information visit www.childrensworkshop.com