On September 3, toddlers will sing along to familiar children’s songs performed on guitar and sung by Geneva’s own, Kylie Allen from 9 a.m. to noon. Geneva Boys & Girls will be flipping pancakes onside a jungle of toddler toys, bounce houses, rocking rockers and interactive fun. This event is free and open to ages 5 and under and their parents at the Geneva Community Center located at 160 Carter Rd.
First One Thousand Days Promise – Boys and Girls Club of Geneva serves more than 500 families with after school and summer programs aimed at augmenting school performance and improving social/emotional development. In leading the First 1000 Days program, the club extends its services below its traditional age 6/1st grade level and offers services from 0-3. Nutrition and health services, parenting support, transportation and family support are available to all families
with young children and are tailored to families’ individual needs. The goal is to shift from a community that addresses problems when they arise to offering supportive intervention to help stave off issues appearing in early school years. A major feature of the program is Toddler Time presented in Geneva’s 24,000 square foot community center from 9am to noon, Monday through
First One Thousand Days is made possible by generous support from The Wyckoff Family Foundation, The Mother Cabrini Health Foundation, local donors and volunteers.