Nashoba Community Partnerships for Children is funded through the Coordinated Family & Community Engagement grant from the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care. For more information, visit their web site at: www.mass.gov/eec
Resources and Information
Fall First Connections News: November and December Programs Read More...
Parenting the Challenging Child: Free 8 Week Workshop Read more...
Families Learn & Grow Together Guide: For the guide from the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care Read more...
Area Parent Playgroups
Bolton Mother's Group
This playgroup meets weekly at various locations. For more information contact: Melanie Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org
Every Child Ready to Read
Help your child get ready to read at your Library. Your public library is partnering with the Nashoba Regional School District and the Community Partnership for children to implement kindergarten readiness activities for parents and children. This exciting new series is designed to help get Every Child Ready to Read. Read more...
Let's Move Playgroup
This playgorup is sponsored by Nashoba Community Partnership for Children and funded by the MA Dept. of Early Education and Care. This playgroup is free and open to everyone caring for young children and infants through preschool age. The playgroup will meet at the Emerson School Gym on designated dates. For more information contact: Cynthia Maxfield at email@example.com Read more....
The Stow Area Parents Network(SAPN)
A volunteer-run parent organization for new parents and families with children age five and under in Stow, MA and the surrounding towns. We offer a variety of social, educational and community service events, including weekly playgroups, monthly Mom's Night Out, Dad's Poker Night and Kids Events, Book Club and Scrapbooking, as well as many other outings and seasonal activities. When you join SAPN you will have access to:
- Events for parents and children
- Infomation about resources and activities in the Stow area
- Quarterly Newsletter
The MOMS Club of Lancaster & Sterling, MA
This group was formed in 2004. They are a diverse group of women of all ages with children ranging from newborn to teenagers. They provide support to members through MOMS in need program. Whne possible they also readh out to help Moms in other chapters.