A Space to Play, Grow and Connect
Welcome to Footprints Play Group.
Life is busy and we don't want to make it harder. Join us for parent play time in a safe, friendly environment that doesn't require you putting on your Sunday's best or cash. Our entire philosophy is rooted in assuring there's no pressure, no judgement when chasing your toddler refusing to put on her shoes, and genuinely helping you build an honest village. You can join us for playgroup, follow us on Facebook, or read our blog. No matter how you choose to join us--- rest assured you are welcome here.
Wednesday Evening Play Time
Each Wednesday we offer open nursery and gym time for families who work during the day. Our hosts will greet you, show you the lay of the land, and provide activities for you and your child/ren.
**For $3 per adult and $1 per child we can also serve dinner at 5:45 pm for those that RSVP 24 hours prior.
Friday Morning Play Time
Each Friday we host families looking for a safe space to bring their young children for play and activities (open gym and open nursery time). We plan special events and crafts for Fridays but will offer alternate times as the schedule permits. We feature free snack, stories, friendship and more. Please join us!
Nervous to join us? Make an appointment
Sometimes it's better for you to dip your toe in the playgroup life. Don't sweat it! We can give you a tour of our space, meet you over the phone, or join you at the park. Use our booking feature to send a confidential email to us and we will do our best to support you.
Looking for resources?
Part of building a village of support is learning more about the resources. Our community recognizes the value of supporting others by sharing our talents, the tools we've gained along the way, and the benefits of creative problem solving with others. Whether you're blending families, looking for diapers, a single parent needing support, or wondering how to find a date night babysitter we've got ideas to share.
"Play gives children a chance to practice what they are learning.”