Avery Field Webster St & Highland Ave, Needham, MA02494 Visitors to Avery Field will find a large open space fit for dog walking or tossing around a frisbee. During warmer…More months, Needham youths can be seen playing on the park's baseball diamond. The park abuts a private condominium and drivers are asked not to park in the condo spaces. Parking, instead, can be found on Webster Street. Needham Park and Recreation maintains the park and asks that visitors keep dogs on a leash.
Read & White 1096 Great Plain Ave, Needham, MA02492 Pronounced "reed" and white, this formal wear shop has been in Needham Center for over 4 years. It supports the…More community as often as it can, including the local hockey and football leagues. If Needham High School is putting on a play and the wardrobe calls for tuxedos, Read & White will donate them for use during the show when possible. It offers a full line of tuxedos as well as business suit rentals. Weekend rentals can be picked up on Thursday and returned on Monday for no additional charge.
Hughes Photography Inc 20 Chestnut St, Needham, MA02492 This photography business specializes in taking pictures of children. It does both posed photography as well as more…More relaxd, playful shots. Hughes Photography also covers weddings.
Kids Street 71 4th Ave, Needham Heights, MA02494 Located on Fourth Avenue near the Charles River, Kids Street is a 7,000-square-foot recreational center which offers…More children and their parents a clean, well-equipped place to play, learn and have fun. It offers a wide variety of classes taught by accredited experienced teachers with many years of experience, including mommy & me gym, cooking, hip-hop, summer camp programs and Lego creations. It also hosts birthday parties on Thursday through Sunday. Open since 2006, Kids Street supports many local charities, including the Needham Little League, Needham-based Pan Mass Challenge and Kevin Youklis Hits for Kids.
Music for Aardvarks and Other Mammals 460 Hillside Ave, Needham, MA02494 Founded in 1997 by New York musician David Weinstone, Music for Aardvarks and Other Mammals is a children's music…More program offered in Needham by Stacey Peasley. The program focuses on singing, dancing, musical storytelling, puppet play and instrument instruction for children ranging in age from 6 months through five years. Visit the Boston Music for Aardvarks and Other Mammals website for program, registration and schedule information.
A to Z Childcare 126 Gould St, Needham Heights, MA02494 A to Z Childcare is located on Gould St off of Highland Ave near Rt 128. The center offers parents a modern facility…More that includes fenced-in play areas, attractive grounds, exquisite garden, carefully selected toys and learning materials, music room and an extensive library of children's books. The staff holds a broad knowledge of Early Childhood Education, Elementary Education, Special Education, Art Education, Music Education, Social Work, Psychology, Nursing, and Child & Family Therapy.
Chestnut Children's Center 167 Chestnut St, Needham, MA02492 Founded in 1995 by executive director Lauren Petrini Hentschel, Chestnut Children's Center offers full and half-day…More nursery as well as kindergarten. Each classroom is suited to the needs of the children in it, and even includes low-to-the-ground windows so that kids can look outside. Kids can have plenty of fun both inside and outside with play areas suited to their age group. To ensure safety, all employees are trained in CPR, and the center maintains a favorable teacher-student ratio. Healthy snacks and plenty of active play are also included in each kid's day.