September Open House At The WAVE

September Open House At The WAVE

It was a sunny Sunday afternoon on September 18th, at 104 West End Avenue for the first Open House and Special Kids event at Little Scholars III at The Wave. We were thrilled to see so many friends, family and members of the community come out to welcome us to the neighborhood.

We look forward to servicing the neighborhood and enriching the community with our child care programs for many years to come. Sign up to our newsletter today if you have not already and keep up to date on future special events and announcements. There will be another open house coming in the near future and we are looking to officially open our doors for business starting in a few weeks.

It’ was an amazing event and we would like to thank all the great efforts that made this day possible. First of all, thank you to all the parents and kids that took the time out of their busy schedule to join us and share the festivities. Thank you to all of our generous staff that came to help, on a Sunday, directing traffic and twisting balloons. Thank you e2e Events for organizational support. Peter Onysko for amazing pictures. Glorious Cakes for the spectacular dessert table. The Vyater Group for all their advertising and marketing support. Bagel Boy for all the yummy food. A to Z entertainment for the funniest characters.

Our next Open House is scheduled for Sunday, October 2nd from 10am-2pm. We fully understand that we were not able to speak to everyone at our first event so if you would like to have a follow up and schedule an appointment for a tour and consultation this would be the perfect time. Feel free to bring the kids and explore our new facility, meet some of our staff and education director. Stroller parking is available. Light snacks and refreshments will be served.

To learn more about enrollment, special promotional offers or to register online click here

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