Brain Building Zones

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There are so many places throughout Massachusetts that offer fun, engaging environments, enriching learning opportunities, knowledgeable adults, and connections to a supportive community. Find one near you!

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ACCEPT Education Collaborative

Contact: Pam Koskovich
Email: Pam Koskovich
Communities Served: Natick

508-655-2557

179 Boden Lane
Natick, MA 01760

Acton Memorial Library

Contact: Marcia Rich, Lee Donahue
Email: Marcia Rich

www.actonmemoriallibrary.org
(978) 929 - 6655

486 Main St
Acton, MA 01720

Agawam Public Library

Contact: Judi Clini
Email: Judi Clini

www.agawamlibrary.org
(413) 789 - 1550

750 Cooper St
Agawam, MA 01001

Alewife Brook Reservation

Communities Served: Cambridge, Arlington, Somerville

http://www.mass.gov/eea/agencies/dcr/massparks/region-boston/alewife-brook-reservation.html

Cambridge, Arlington, Somerville, MA 02140

Amelia Park Children’s Museum

Contact: Karen Rubin
Email: fun@ameliaparkmuseum.org

www.ameliaparkmuseum.org
(413) 572 - 4014

29 S Broad Street,
Westfield, MA 01086

Ames Free Library

Contact: Cathy Coyne
Email: Cathy Coyne

www.amesfreelibrary.org
(508) 238 - 2000

53 Main St
North Easton, MA 02356

Amesbury Public Library

Contact: Clare Dombrowski
Email: Clare Dombrowski

www.amesburylibrary.org
(978) 388 - 8148

149 Main St
Amesbury, MA 01913
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Featured Partnerships

Turning everyday activities into learning moments! The Brain Building in Progress campaign has several key partners at the regional and statewide levels which help raise awareness that brain building can happen anywhere and at any time. The Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) ran a "Build Your Child's Brain on the Train" ad on their buses and subway lines to promote parent and child engagement while riding public transit, and the Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) distributed a "License to Learn" to their customers which provided tips for discussing transportation safety for young children, and activities to do with young children while waiting in line at the RMV. Click on the images below to learn more about these partnerships. If you are an agency or business interested in developing a special partnership with the Brain Building in Progress campaign, please contact us at info@brainbuildinginprogress.org. view all of our partnerships.