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How can I find a "Mother's" (parent's) Day Out program?

I'm new to the area and I'm wondering if there are any local Mother's Day Out programs?  It is for my 2.5 yo daugther.  I'm not interested in part-time day care, just 2-3 hours once or twice a week.  And, I'd like a group setting, not a babysitter in my home.  I'm aware of the co-op preschool programs and traditional preschool programs (most of which do not begin until age three); these don't really meet our needs at this point either.  I'd be appreciative of any suggestions. 

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Hi There!

I will open my "playschool" in February 2009. It is for children ages 2-3 years and will be open from 9am-1pm Monday through Thursday. You can sign up for one, two, three or four days per week. We are located in SE. For more information, please check my website:
www.tumbleweedsplayschool.com
or email me: wintry@tumbleweedsplayschool.com

Thanks and good luck in your search!

Check out Hillside Community Center's schedule. They are part of Portland Parks and Rec. I believe they have exactly what you want. I never signed up but have friends who speak highly of the program there. The community ctr is located in the NW area, a fair bit up the hill from NW 23rd. I have never used

La Creche Nursery offers a small group in-home environment for children ages 2-6. Our morning program is M-F from 9am-1pm. You can sign up for 2, 3 or 5 days per week. Our afternoon program is M-Th from 2-6pm. You can sign up for 1, 2, 3 or 4 days per week. We are located in SE Portland at Mt Tabor Park [60th & Salmon].
For more information, please visit our website [www.lacrechenursery.com], send us an email [info@lacrechenursery.com], or give us a call at (503) 234-0861


Any recommendations for "day out" or "half day out" programs for 2.5 year old? Preferably in SE Portland area. Urgent!

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