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Designed to meet the needs of young children ages 0 to 3 and to provide loving support for their parents, the Urban Prairie Parent-Child program is led by Amanda Noah. She creates a warm, caring environment where the children can explore and play. The program also provides a supportive community for parents to explore the joys and challenges of raising young children, learn simple crafts, and enjoy songs and stories with their children.
Amanda has led the Parent Child program for the past three years and runs a successful Waldorf-style in-home daycare. She is excited to lead this program that links together Urban Prairie’s fast-growing elementary Waldorf program with the quality early childhood programming at City Garden.
2017-18 Parent-Child Program Schedule
The class meets at City Garden Early Childhood Center (920 W. 19th St.) from 9:00am to 11:00am.
Fall Session (7 Classes): $240
Sept. 16, 23 Oct. 14, 21, 28 Nov. 4, 11, 18