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Summer Program

What makes our Summer Program so popular?

General Information

Location: 10 Church St. Westford, MA. We are in the education wing of the United Methodist Church. Our location is in the heart of Westford, close to 495 and down the road from the Westford Common (where the library, town hall, and fire station are).

Hours: During the summer, we are open from 8am-5pm daily. 

Ages: Children ages 5-11

Scheduling: Weekly sessions with your choice of days (2-5 days/week)

Rates: Our competitive rates are based on each family’s customized schedule. You only pay for the days and weeks you sign up for!  See rates here.


Experienced and Caring Staff

We take pride in our exceptional staff, many of whom have extensive child care experience and have been working at the Kids’ League for many years. Our program and all of our staff are licensed by the state of Massachusetts, meeting all the needed certifications such as First Aid and CPR. Our staff brings a level of maturity and responsibility to the program that ensures each child’s security and well-being. As a staff, we highly value each child and strive to give them outstanding and nurturing care.

Age Groups

Each week, your child will be part of a small group of up to 10 children and 1-2 staff members. Staff will be dedicated to each group for the duration of the week. This allows them to build relationships throughout the week, work as a team, and even customize their daily activities based on the group’s interests! 

 Weekly Themes 

What better way to spend the summer than diving into weekly themes, packed with fun, yet educational activities? Take for example, our popular weekly theme “Kids’ City 2021”. Once the children are equipped with some basic business skills, they are given the resources to run their own store or business. Learning is so much fun, campers hardly notice it’s happening! Themes and activities are chosen with each age group in mind.

Daily Clubs

Each week has a variety of clubs related to that week’s theme. These clubs are usually based on 4 major interests: Sports/Physical Activity, Arts & Crafts, Designing and Building, and Science/Food Creations. Each small group chooses clubs that fit their interests. Throughout the day, they participate in the clubs of their choice as well as other blocks of Free Play, Outdoor Time, Snacks/Lunch, Nature Exploration, and more. The activities within these clubs change every day, always giving campers a unique experience. Clubs are customized to the children’s ages and are designed to both challenge and enrich each child.

Field Trips and Beach Trips

Due to the regulations related to COVID-19, like all other programs in the state of MA, we are not permitted to have field trips or beach trips.

What is being done to protect my child’s health during the summer?

We have compiled a summary of regulations and procedures that we have been implementing since reopening in June of 2020, to promote your child’s safety. 

See COVID-19 FAQ page.