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Welcome to the Kids' FUN Stop Blog!  My first month as the owner of KFS has been great, and I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has come in out of the hot summer weather to let their kids loose to play in our play space!
Many of you have requested classes, memberships, extended hours, etc.  I'm very open to suggestions....my play space is here for you and your children!  Let me know what you're looking for, preferable times, etc.  Maybe we can get some of this rolling. 
In the meantime, check out our "Events" page.  We have several playgroups scheduled on a weekly basis as well as Music with Ed Morgan, "The Music Man" starting in September.  I'd really like to get some meet-and-great playmates for incoming K1 students at area schools! 
Feedback please!

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kay benson on Friday, September 03, 2010 8:30 PM
The events are gearing up. Music starts Wed 9/8 and we also have a multiples group that is forming. Last count, I believe we have about 15 sets of twins and I've met a couple of mothers in the last few days who are expecting twins in December! A couple of mom's have asked about getting a group of mother's who are expecting between Thanksgiving and the end of December, that will be listed on the web site within the next week. The groups have been a bit slow to start over the summer, but now with the fall upon us, they should be catching on! Come play soon! Kay
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Laneice on Wednesday, October 06, 2010 9:19 AM
Hi Kay, I came to Kids Fun Stop for the first time on Friday, October 1. My daughter (Kyla-Journey) and I came at 1:40 pm and we stayed until closing. She loves it! When we first got there she could not figure out which thing to play with. Her ultimate favorite thing ended up being the playhouse. That is where she spent most her time. Kyla made a lot of new frieds. The space is safe, clean, open, and the price is just right. Thank you. Laneice Womack
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Patricio on Wednesday, October 27, 2010 12:17 PM
This looks great!!
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Kay on Thursday, January 27, 2011 11:30 AM
Our playspace is definately geared towards children 6 and under so there isn't much for older children to do. That being said, of course we "allow" older siblings but generally older children bring a book or hang out with their sibling like a "mother's helper". We don't charge for the older children since we aren't anticpiating for them to play - we treat them more like adults! Hope that hleps.
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Tolu on Saturday, March 26, 2011 7:35 PM
I visited KFS for the first time last month. Let's just say my son and my niece didn't want to leave. I love the ample play space and the multiples of the same kinds toys. If you could get some more Thomas engines, that would be great. My son and two other boys got in an awful spat over the only one in sight!
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carol on Friday, June 10, 2011 2:51 PM
my daughter paige just loves kids fun stop. her first time there she had a blast so i brought her back a couple of days later and she is still talking about the great time she had. I love the place because it is a safe environment for her to play although it is very tough getting her to leave. we both love the classic merry go round. i think this is the best!!!!!
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Steven Spangler on Wednesday, October 12, 2011 10:52 AM
Just saw your information through Living Social. I have a 2 year old grandson that lives across the street. He would LOVE your place. WE live in Worcester, but we will definitely take the trip in to let him play now that the dreary winter weather will be upon us soon. Looking forward to it very much. Just read the rest of the Blog...we will call ahead to make sure it is public time, not private party time for sure.
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Marie O'Neill on Saturday, January 05, 2013 5:20 PM
I visited Kid's FUN stop with my son today for the first time. As we walked in we were greeted by Kay, the owner, and she was telling us about the rules and layout of the playroom. She then said it would be $12. I asked if she did military discount, where she stopped for a moment,was quiet, then replied "You know what? I've never thought of that." We then discussed military IDs that can be shown and she then replied "Absolutely you can get a military discount." My son then played for two hours until closing. During our time there I saw Kay greet children and their parents by name, my son was having a blast, and I felt extremely comfortable. I will definitely be bringing my son here on a regular basis. Not only did he have so much fun but I felt it was a safe environment, and Kay was more than accommodating to all the families. The only downfall- I work during the week so I can only come on the weekends! Thank you Kay for a wonderful, safe and fun filled place. We plan to come back tomorrow! Marie O'Neill
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Kay on Thursday, January 31, 2013 6:51 PM
Thanks for your suggestion and wonderful comments! We now offer a small discount to military families as well as an aarp discount and our twins discount! Hope to see you soon.

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