Mark your Calendars! Annual Preschool Fair set for January 25th; Providers Come Together to Help Parents Find the Right Program

3 and 4-year olds (and their parents) listen up.  It’s time again….  a Snoqualmie Valley tradition…  the networking of all networking events for future preschool enrollees.  It’s time for the annual Preschool Education and Enrichment Fair.

If you have a soon-to-be preschooler and are trying to pick a program that fits your child and your family, then you need to be at Mount Si High School on Saturday, January 25th, from 9AM – 12PM.  It’s a chance to find and explore lots of Snoqualmie Valley preschool programs – all under one roof at the same time.

The Sno-Valley Indoor Playground is once again hosting its annual Snoqualmie Valley Preschool Education and Enrichment Fair on Saturday. The Preschool Fair is a free event designed to introduce Valley families to preschools, enrichment programs, day care facilities and other services for children aged 0 to 5.

Organizers say last year’s fair was a resounding success. Nearly 30 preschools and other businesses presented their services to Snoqualmie Valley families. Attendees received a copy of the Sno-Valley Indoor Playground’s  Resource Guide – that includes dozens of local schools, daycares and enrichment organizations.  On-site kid-friendly activities and demonstrations kept little ones entertained throughout the event.

The Preschool Fair provides an opportunity for parents to meet face-to-face with teachers and administrators from many different area schools and other organizations.  The fair also happens at the perfect time, as many schools begin their open enrollment periods shortly after the January event.

Mark your calendars! Parents with questions about the fair can contact Heather Morris Tuip at 425-443-1584

"Heart of Little Hands" made by students at Mountain Valley Montessori.  Photo: MV Montessori Facebook page
“Heart of Little Hands” made by students at Mountain Valley Montessori in North Bend. Photo: MV Montessori Facebook page


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