Our mission is to ensure that every child in Richmond reaches their full potential
For families with children from birth to 12 years of age
Here is what you need to know before joining us indoors:
- Adults will no longer be required to wear a face mask while in programs. However, wearing a mask is strongly recommended
- Families will continue to enter the programs through the side gate before entering the playrooms. You will find a doorbell located outside the fence. Ring the bell and a staff will come and assist you with sign in & hand sanitizing.
- There will be a 35-person maximum capacity in the playrooms (children & adults combined). When the program is full a **STOP** sign will be posted outside the garden gate and in front of the main doors to let families know the program is full.
- There will be no access to other areas inside the main building, except the washrooms.
- Please note a portion of all programs are held outdoors. Remember to dress appropriately for the weather. Click here for tips on how to dress for the weather.
Email or call (604) 278-4336 to register your interest for the next Nobody’s Perfect or Baby Babble classes
All programs are subject to changes as we follow emerging public health guidelines.
Follow our social media for regular updates.
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