Looking for fun summer activities to do with younger kids? Bright Horizons at Wilton, (7 Godfrey Pl.), is providing a series of parent-child classes during the summer months, offered free of charge and open to the community.
The first event, “Father’s Day Canvas Painting,” will be offered Wednesday, May 25 from 10-11 a.m.. Infants and toddlers will have an opportunity to explore a variety of art mediums while creating a unique canvas painting.
On Wednesday, June 15 from 10-11 a.m., parents and kids are invited to participate in a Rock ‘n Roll Music class, where young children can enjoy a variety of fun and engaging music and movement activities infused with sign language led by a certified BabySign instructor.
On Wednesday, July 13 from 10-11 a.m., prepare to get messy all in the name of science, when Bright Horizons offers a Wet ‘n Wild Science for tots. Infants and toddlers can have hands-on, messy fun as they explore scientific reactions in exciting and meaningful ways.
“Our mission is to not only provide an exceptional early education and care experience for Wilton families, but to also serve as a resource for the community at large,” says Laurie Davison, director of Bright Horizons at Wilton. “We are passionate about providing quality workshops and learning opportunities to the community and hope you can join us!”
Interested families can email Bright Horizons to reserve your space.