Get kids on literacy early in Mile Zero at the Early Learning Hub

How do find the Hub? #200 10808 15th Street

Enter Sam Wilson Way off of 108 Ave between 13 and 15 Street

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This family friendly indoor playground is a fun, safe and clean environment, designed for infants and children up to five years. 

The Children First Indoor Playground is the perfect place for kids to burn off extra energy.

This program is open when StrongStart is open. All other indoor playground hours and programming in the Hub have been initiated by a local Building Together (BLT) Society. The South Peace Building Learning Together (BLT) Society gratefully acknowledges the following sponsors for providing the funds to have extra programming in the Hub for 2016 / 2017.

Additional funding has been gratefully received by: Building Blocks and Young Parent Program.

 This CDC program promotes a community approach to supporting families. Parenting workshops, both one on one and group sessions, support and develop stronger parenting capacity.  The workshops are complimented with an enriched licensed daycare program for children 0-3 years of age.

For more information contact:

Kim Hughes-Brinsky - 250-782-1161

spcdcdir@telus.net

The Hub is continually adding additional programs and services.

Gloria Cleve - Early Learning Project Manager

Phone: 250-784-6330

Email: Gloria_Cleve@sd59.bc.ca 

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