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    i am interested too, anyone know what age they start at?
    my dd is 10 mths

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    I could bring DS2 next week - but DS1 is in school M,W,F next week.
    “A mother's love is patient and forgiving when all others are forsaking,
    it never fails or falters, even though the heart is breaking”- Helen Rice

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    9:30-3:30? I am confused now. What exactly is the program?




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    i am interested too, anyone know what age they start at?
    You can bring kids of any age I think- they have lots of mats for little kids to crawl around on and a few exersaucers etc.

    9:30-3:30? I am confused now. What exactly is the program?
    I have never been to an English OEYC but imagine it's similar- you just drop in anytime during those hours. There is a schedule/ routine every day- i.e. story time, cleanup, lunch (they used to provide this once a week), gym time, free play.

    If you do go to Academie de la Tamise the OEYC (or whatever its initials are in French) is on the second floor. You have to buzz to be let in.
    I have 4 boys ages 7, 5, and 3 and newborn

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    ***UPDATE***
    So we went twice last week
    Once at 1 pm only to find the centre closed.
    No idea why the lady on the phone said the hours were 9.30 to 3.30
    Anyway they are open Mon., Wed., Thurs., and Fri. from 9.00 til 1 pm and closed Tuesdays
    We are headed there again next week.
    It is a great space and lots of fun!!!!!
    Tracey

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hannahsmum View Post
    ***UPDATE***
    So we went twice last week
    Once at 1 pm only to find the centre closed.
    No idea why the lady on the phone said the hours were 9.30 to 3.30
    Anyway they are open Mon., Wed., Thurs., and Fri. from 9.00 til 1 pm and closed Tuesdays
    We are headed there again next week.
    It is a great space and lots of fun!!!!!
    Tracey
    thanks for the update! I keep meaning to bring dd. WIll have to make an effort to get there soon.
    mama to 3



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    DS and I will be there Thurs. morning for sure - meeting a friend and her DD there.
    And probably Tues. or Wed. as well with DD and DS - but it will be once I pick DD up from school at 11.30 so we will only get an hour there
    Hope to see you

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