Fay offers kids training to be superheroes – free fun, February 13

by beth on February 2, 2016

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Above: Kids attending the next Saturdays at Fay session can learn to become superheroes (contributed image)

Fay School is holding another of its popular Saturdays at Fay series on February 13. The free programs are for children 2-8 years old. This time, the fun features Jungle Jim and Superhero Training.

As usual, pre-registration is required due to limited space.

I had a chance to watch the entertainer in action last summer at the Southborough Library. His “training” antics had the kids in hoots. I included a couple of shots of the fun below (along with others from Facebook and his website.)

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Jungle Jim's superhero hijinx at the Southborough Library last summer (photo by Beth Melo) More library fun with Jungle Jim (photo by Beth Melo) Jungle Jim at Newbury Library last summer (photo from Facebook) Jungle Jim – superhero trainer (image from his website)

Here are the details for next week’s event: 

Saturdays at Fay is a series of free Saturday morning programs designed for children ages 2-8. This month’s program will feature Jungle Jim’s Superhero Training.

During the program, the audience will be transformed into traditional superheroes, and it will conclude with a discussion about the heroes in our daily lives.

Jungle Jim has been entertaining families and children in New England for over a decade and his performances are high-energy and a whole lot of fun!

Space is limited so please visit fayschool.org/saturdays to register for this event. Saturdays at Fay take place at Fay’s Primary School located at 25 Middle Road in Southborough.

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