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Kids’ Corner hosting 5th Annual Epic Night Out Fundraiser on April 6

Join the fun for the Epic Night Out Fundraiser hosted by Kids' Corner on April 6. COURTESY PHOTO/KIDS' CORNER

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The following was submitted by Kid’s Corner:

On Saturday, April 6, Kids’ Corner will host its 5th Annual Epic Night Out Fundraiser at the Woburn Country Club, from 7-10:30 p.m.

Come have a great night out with your friends and neighbors: enjoy food, drinks, dancing, games and raffles, while supporting the Kids’ Corner community. We promise you will have a blast!

Kids’ Corner is a parent-sponsored, independent nonprofit that has served the Winchester Community for over 40 years! Epic Night Out is its primary annual fundraising event.

Proceeds from this event go towards investing in the children, staff, and program through upgrades in equipment, technology, training, supplies, curriculum, and STEAM initiatives for all programs.

The last Epic Night Out event raised nearly $10,000 which helped invest in replacing an aging fleet of student MacBooks, installing energy-efficient motion-sensored faucets and adding in a new water filling station!

Additionally, Kids’ Corner is in search of some wonderful and local sponsors and donors for this event!

Should your business want to participate or you would like more information, please reach out to Marketing & Development Director, Becky, by March 16! She can be reached at

Need a sitter? Look no further! We offer Saturday Night Out for the kids hosted at Kids' Corner during the event. Space is limited. Your tickets must be purchased prior to signing up your child for Saturday Night Out.

Grab your dance partner and come join us to help Kids' Corner continue its tradition of fostering a creative and innovative learning environment for our students!

Advance registration is required to attend. To register for this event or find out more information, visit:


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