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A family sleepover in Boston

Posted by Kimberly Sherman  February 11, 2010 09:43 AM

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milk & cookies for kids.jpgThe Hotel Commonwealth has got something up their sleeve for families this school vacation. While the Caribbean may be out this year, an exciting sleepover staycation for the whole family is in! Bedtime Stories at Hotel Commonwealth cleverly introduces its new 'Hotel for Kids' package with a kick-off Storytelling & Pajama Party on Friday, Feb. 19 -- the last day of school vacation. One of Hotel Commonwealth's special event spaces will be host to some of ReadBoston's professional performers and storytellers, who will delight all ages with vibrant tales and energetic play. A dreams-come-true make your own hot chocolate bar featuring various types of cocoa and toppings will satisfy the late night, post-storytelling sweet tooth, and parents can also shop from the library of ReadBoston children's books from local authors.  A $10 donation is suggested per family, and the Hotel will match each donation, with all proceeds going to ReadBoston. If you want to make a night of it, RSVP at 617-532-5017. A special one time rate of $219 includes special Saturday morning kids pancake-making class too!  

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