Care is available for siblings during most classes while parents take a class with another child. Trained professional staff provide a warm and friendly atmosphere for brothers and sisters, ages three months to five years.
Meet other parents and enjoy time with your new baby! Spend the entire class together, engaged in sensory and movement activities and a licensed educator-led discussion. Learn about your baby’s growth and development, how to develop healthy eating and sleeping habits and what research tells us about your baby’s important first experiences.
As your baby grows, you encounter a world of new experiences and milestones together. Start your morning by connecting with others who are experiencing the joys and challenges of parenting infants.
Toddlers are curious, busy and on the go! Spend time with other parents who have the same questions and concerns about this stage of their child’s life. Enjoy activities with your toddler and an educator-led discussion about this period of rapid growth.
At 18-24 months old, your toddler isn’t just walking through the world — they’re off and running! Learn ways to interact with your child through fun activities and share about your experience with this new stage of independence in an educator-led discussion.
Multiple babies, multiple joys and challenges! Meet other parents of multiples and share stories, while finding the information and support that you need. Gain ideas for managing sleep, discipline, toileting, eating and more through parent discussion.
Night Owls is a great way to reconnect with your child(ren) after a long day. Join other families for fun activities, followed by an educator-led discussion. Conversation topics range from behavior strategies to eating and sleeping routines.
Between the ages of two and three your child is a shaker and mover in a world full of wonder and discovery. Explore this world with them and gather for a discussion with other parents experiencing life with a toddler who is talking, becoming independent and challenging rules with a new found confidence.
Exploration and learning how to interact with peers is an important part of this age! Learn how to channel your child’s energy through purposeful play. Boost your parenting skills through parent discussion while children practice playing with peers.
Missing the connection with other parents while your child is in preschool? This class is for you! Led by a parent educator, meet with other parents and discuss topics about your children and families. Support each other through this adult-only class.