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Welcome to the formative years.

Here at the J, we believe it’s never too early to get involved! Our youngest community members are the heart of our center, and we love offering programs that help accelerate their J journeys.

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Infant Classes (0-6 months)


Baby & Fourth Trimester Café

Topics covered include adjusting to parenthood, nutrition, baby wearing, sleep and routines, formula and breastfeeding, back to work, vision board creating, childcare, work / life balance, and more. Plenty of time devoted to answering your questions each week. We provide breastfeeding pillows.

*Email Rachel Wool at rwool@jccdenver.org to be added to the reminder email list.

Baby Café Speakers Topics and Dates:

June 15: Choosing the Right Nanny (Newborn Nanny Consultants)
June 22: Early Learning School Options (Efshar Project)
June 29: Infant Sleep (Rockabye Babies)
July 13: Recovering from birth with a PT (Unbound PT)
July 20: Pediatric Gross Motor milestones (Progress Through Play)
July 27: Inclusion-how to support learning differences (JCC Denver ELS)

DATES & TIMES:
Every Wednesday
from 10:00 – 11:30 am

LOCATION:
JCC Denver
350 S. Dahlia Street
Denver, CO 80246

COST:
Members: Free
Guests: Free

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Baby Classes (6-18 months)


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Toddler Classes (18 months – 3 years)


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Preschool Classes (3-6 years old)


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Family Classes


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“Our family loves the art classes at the JCC! Our daughter started in the Artistic Babes class and continued with Artistic Tots, because she loved getting messy and playing with all of the different supplies, materials, and colors. We enjoyed bringing home her “artwork” and even framed one of the pieces for her playroom. The teachers are patient, kind, and engaging. I would highly recommend the Artistic Babes/Tots classes!”

KIMBERLY O’HARA

“The toddler art class was a wonderful experience for my family! My 2 year old loved trying out the wide range or materials and ideas that we would never have been able to replicate at home. Plus she could make a mess and I didn’t have to clean up! Even my 4 year old who normally has little interest in anything artistic was able to discover projects that sparked his creativity. We can’t wait to return!”

RAQUEL HARTZELL