FREDERICK, Md., April 23, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- School readiness and success will be in the spotlight at the 29th
In addition to school readiness, the festival focuses on the critical role that parents and the early childhood community play in preparing children to enter school ready to learn and be successful in school. Last year over 3,000 participants enjoyed the Festival—all for free!
Festival activities will be surrounding Baker Park's Bandshell if the sun is shining, and in the William R. Talley Recreation Center if it rains. Food vendors will be available, or families can bring a picnic lunch.
Child Care Choices, a program of the Mental Health Association of Frederick County, the Interagency Early Childhood Committee, and the City of Frederick, sponsor the Festival. For more information, call Child Care Choices at 301-662-4549, find us on Facebook, or go to http://www.childcarechoices.info.
Child Care Choices, a program of the Mental Health Association of Frederick County, conducts professional development for early childhood educators, offers capacity building for quality improvements and onsite assistance from behavior specialists. The Mental Health Association of Frederick County has served the community as a private, non-profit organization since 1965. For additional information please visit http://www.fcmha.org or call 301-663-0011.
SOURCE Mental Health Association of Frederick County
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