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Early Education Fair & Sitter Speed Dating
Pre-Register to automatically be entered to win raffle prizes at http://eastecedufair.eventbrite.com/
CALLING ALL Babysitters, Nannies and families with young children.
The last weekend in January, with the support of KIMBERTON WALDORF SCHOOLl, UrbanSitter.com and over a dozen early education programs, Main Line Parent will showcase preschool and kindergarten programs, camps, and educational enrichment programs for children under 6 in a family fun day in Wynnewood.
Main Line Parent and UrbanSitter will also host their FIRST Milk & Cookies Mingle at the fair:
For families -- New to the area? Looking to expand your circle of family friends with children of a similar age? Interested in joining (or forming) a local playgroup? This Mingle event is for you.
For nannies and sitters -- Looking to fill your schedule or pick up a few hours here and there? Meet families and secure interviews in person at this casual networking event and keep the recommendations and referrals coming your way via urbansitter.com
Come to enjoy some treats and meet some new friends, explore hands-on crafts and activities with your kids, learn how to best navigate the early education waters with our PRESCHOOL 101 WORKSHOP, and win some of our fantastic RAFFLE PRIZES too!
The first 50 families and 25 sitters/nannies to register and arrive will receive gift bags and extra tickets for our raffle table! (See MainLineParent.com for Giveaway announcements)
1:30 PM Alex & the kaleidoscope Band!
2:00 PM Sitter Speed Dating
2:30 PM Preschool 101 Workshop by Shannon Choe, Premier Baby Concierge
3:00 PM Science is FUN! presentation for kids
|Where||Main Line Reform Temple 410 Montgomery Ave, Wynnewood, PA 19096|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||1:30 pm–3:30 pm|
|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Singles, Everyone, Kids, Teens, Families, Seniors|
More About Main Line Reform Temple
Founded in 1952, Main Line Reform Temple was the first Reform Jewish Temple on the Main Line. Today, it is a member of a broader community of reform congregations, the Union of American Hebrew Congregations. The purpose of the Temple is to "cultivate a love and understanding of Jewish Heritage." Learn more about membership to the Main Line Reform Temple by visiting its Web site or contacting Melissa Greenwald at, 610-649-7800 ext. 157.
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