CFC Livingroom

The Cummington Family Center

About CFC Livingroom October 14, 2006

Welcome to the CFC Livingroom.

Here you will find info on events and happenings at the CFC. Read about playgroups, CFC parties, fieldtrips and fun stuff happening every week! If you have any questions, please email

Interested in becoming a contributor to the CFC Livingroom Blog? Please email

The CFC is a grassroots, parent-volunteer run organization, which provides a safe and nurturing environment for parents caregivers and their children. Through weekly playgroups, field trips, workshops, social potlucks and celebrations, the CFC networks families in the surrounding Hilltown area, creating a vital and energized community. It is a thriving community due to the parents who volunteer their time and talents. This spirit of volunteerism rewards our children, our families, our community and ourselves. There are many ways to participate as a parent volunteer. Through on-going projects, special committees and weekly playgroups, CFC parents can participate and give back to their community.

The CFC offers weekly drop-in playgroups in downtown Cummington, MA. Children up to the age of 5 can participate in art activities, stories, songs and play together.Weekly playgroups are Mon 2:30-4:30 and Wed Fri 9:30-11:30, October – May. Summer playgroups at area parks and private residents are arranged during the summer months.

CFC Coordinator
Amy –

Communications Coordinator
Zanne –

Mailing address:
CFC, P.O. Box 93, Cummington, MA 01026

A resource for hilltown families with children K-6th grade would be Hilltown Familes at

Want to become a member of the CFC? email or for more information.


One Response to “About CFC Livingroom”


    If you are looking for information on area preschools there is a file box of literature from the various programs in our area that I compiled a few years ago It’s available to check-out through the CFC
    and is located in the CFC library at the Community House in Cummington. I’m sure much of it may be outdated, but it can give you a general idea of what’s out there and any contact information you may need.
    Stephanie Bean (the CFC librarian) or Amy Grallert should be able to help out with getting your hands on it.

    – Sienna

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