Regional Highlights

Head Start Playgroup

Oct 23

The Head Start Playgroup will meet
Thursdays from 9 am to 10:30 am
in North Bennington
Please contact Beth Wallace at 442-3686
This Playgroup will not meet on Thursday October 16th

Montgomery Infant Toddler Storytime Playgroup

Oct 23

For more information: Please contact Greta Quintin at (802) 347-1780 or email

The Playroom is Open

Oct 23

The Playroom is a free, drop-in play space open to the public in Morrisville, VT. It’s a great place to come on a rainy or snowy day, to let your children explore new toys and meet new friends. Parents or care providers must remain with children at all times.

Alburgh Playgroup

Oct 23

For more information: Please contact Margaret Maley at (802) 393-6591 or

Randolph Playgroup

Oct 23

We facilitate free, weekly playgroups for families and caregivers with children birth to age five. We provide large and small motor activities, crafts, stories, and manipulatives as well as a snack. Playgroups are a great way for connect with other families, find out about other resources in the area, and begin conversations about child development and parenting.

Playgroups that are held in schools ARE NOT held when school is not in session.

For more information or directions, please call Orange County Parent Child Center ( OCPCC) (802) 685-2264  Toll Free: (888) 685-2264

Bennington Early Childhood Center Playgroup

Oct 23

Playgroup at Bennington Early Childhood Center
Thursdays 1:30 pm to 3 pm
1506 Harwood Hill Road, Bennington, VT
Please call for more information 447-1093

Lego Thursdays

Oct 23

For more information: Please contact Jennifer Dewing at (802) 285-6678 or email

PJ Story Hour

Oct 23

For more information: Please contact Jennifer Foster (802) 849-7031 or email OR

Never Too Early Part 2

Oct 23

This two-part training by the Vermont Humanities Council offers an introduction to reading and sharing book and conversations with children.  In this lively, interactive workshop, learn the importance and joy of sharing picture books and stories with infants, toddlers and preschoolers.  Through hands-on exploration of children’s books, learn about early literacy and related developmental issues.  Learn ways to create a literacy-rich environment, and share practical ideas with others.  Discover ways to make books come alive through animated reading, rhymes, and extension activities that encourage language development.  Take home ideas you can put to use immediately in your program, along with a free set of gift books.  “Early literacy and authentic nature play” will be one topic included in discussion.

Presenter: Judy Witters

Enosburg Story Hour 0-3 yrs.

Oct 24

For more information contact Judy Rogers (802) 933-7456 or email