Child Care Services in Marietta, NY
Comprehensive list of Marietta, New York child care providers - day care centers, nannies, babysitters, kindergartens and preschools. Read unbiased reviews. Get a quote.
Nice child care is a community resource that supports families, contributes to economic productivity, and nurtures kids's growth. Founded in 1975 to coordinate, assist and strengthen child care services in our community. Child Care Solutions supplies information and resources to parents, providers, employers, and community leaders who seek solutions to their child care requirements.
A Night at The Gingerbread House is The Gingerbread House Preschool and Childcare Center's premier annual fundraising event. It is a time for friends and family to socialize in a fun and entertaining environment while raising funds to support the center. A carving station and hot hor d'oeuvres will be served along with a cash bar.
As a dynamic community-based organization led by volunteers, the YMCA has continued to expand through the years to suit changing community requirements. Today, 150 years after its establishment, the YMCA is an organization open to all who wish to be a part of the YMCA as members, community participants, volunteers, or team in the many services and programs provided.
BASCOL was created by working parents concerned about access to licensed, quality, stimulating child care available for school age kids. BASCOL was 1st implemented in 1992 at only one site. Today BASCOL has grown to 14 sites in five different school districts.
Cortland County comes together to celebrate the Week of the Young Child with hands-on fun for Little Learners and their families.
OCO. builds partnerships that improve the quality of life and create successful communities. OCO is the Community Action Agency for Oswego County. Meet our Executive Director and the members of OCO's Board of Directors. OCO supplies human services to 1000's of individuals in Oswego County.
You are always welcome in your child's room to observe, to visit or to aid out! The Drop-In Center started as a parent cooperative in the early seventies. Offering child care by the hour, the Center offered a service that was unavailable anywhere else in the community.
A Childcare Program for toddlers, ages 18 months to 3 years, and preschoolers, ages 3-5 years. An After School Program for school-age kids ages 5 years and up. Many thanks to Johanna who created the painting of our tree structure that appears in the website banner.