Early Childhood Programming
JNurture programs are crafted for parents and children age 0-5 to engage in playful and educational activities together. From interactive story sessions for infants to art sessions for preschoolers, we offer informational talks and courses that cover developmental milestones.
Our aim is to strengthen the bond between parents/caregivers and children in a warm and supportive social setting. You’re never to old to be nurtured.
Fall 2023 programming is open for registration. Find details and pricing in the Events section below. For more information, contact Emmaline Rosenthal at firstname.lastname@example.org
These programs are all designed for you AND your child to play and learn alongside each other. Whether infant storytime, preschool process art, informational sessions, or developmental milestone courses, our goal is to deepen the connection between caregiver and child.
- Music & Movement
- Art & Sensory
- Babies & Bagels
- Parent-Tot Swim
- Bookmarks Storytime
- Popup Playdates
- Parent Education
- Baby & Me Fitness Classes
- Pregnancy Support
- Childbirth Education
Looking for more?
Are you interested in something that is not currently being offered? Feel free to contact Emmaline Rosenthal at email@example.com
Currently pregnant? Trying to conceive? Seeking support for whatever place you’re at in this journey? We are eager to create programming to support you.
- Pregnant Person Happy Hour
This class is designed especially for parents and caregivers to connect while their children explore and learn. We will offer open-ended provocations for the babies that invite play and entice exploration. While the children play and explore, you’ll have a chance to connect with other caregivers who are in a similar stage of life. The playgroup facilitators will guide casual conversations, answer questions, and help to foster a positive and supportive environment for you and your child. The direction of the group is determined by those who participate; the facilitators will plan provocations and activities in response to the babies, and will prompt discussions in response to parent and caregiver interests.