“Community playgroups help decrease the sense of isolation so common for parents and those caring for young children at home”

We believe that families are
childrens’ first educators!

For over 20 years, our organisation through   community playgroup has empowered parents and encouraged them to recognise the role they play in their child’s development. Playgroup allows parents to take time out of a busy life, to slow down and enjoy playing with their child and meet with other parents in a healthy, educational and friendly environment!

Shédiac Community

No pre registration required

When: Every Wednesday from 9:30-11:30Am, starting October 30th

Location: 60 Rue Vestiaire Shediac

Open from September to June (Closed in summer)

Program coordinator

Arielle Bourque

Memramcook Community Playgroup

No pre registration required

When: Every Thursday, 9:30-11:30 Am

Open from September to June (Closed in summer)

Location :580 Main Street, Salle mère Marie Léonie,Memramcook

Coordinator :Monique LeBlanc


Salisbury Community Playgroup

No pre registration required

When: Every Tuesday from 9:30-11:30 Am

Open from September to June (Closed in summer)

Location: 3128 Main Street, Baptist Church, Salisbury

Open from September to June (Closed in summer)

Program coordinator: Nataly Landry


Riverview Community Playgroup

No pre registration required

When: Every Monday from 9:30 -11:30Am

Open from September to June (Closed in summer)

Location: 404 Cleveland Ave, St Paul’s United church, Riverview

Coordinator: Melany Landry


Hillsborough Community Playgroup

No pre registration required

Open from September to June (Closed in summer)

When: every 2nd Monday, 9:30am-11:30am

Location: 26 Braam Crescent,Hillsborough

Program coordinator: Natalie Leslie


Temporary closed

Other programs offered in Outreach locations:

Musical Morning

(No pre-registration required)

Letting children express themselves through

music, songs, movement, and dance is so very important!

Program Description:  This one hour program is irresistibly engaging with music, songs and movement for babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers and parents. Children learn musical skills that have wonderful rewards such as increased self-esteem, improved focus and development of healthy peer relationships. This program provides great opportunities for parent and child to bond through music and dance.

When: Monthly – every third week

Time: 10:30-11:30

Where: In all outreach locations

Active Family

(No pre-registration required)

Did you know when parents or a caring adult is engaged in physical activity with a child, a child is much more likely to participate? Families and caregivers play such an important role in helping children and their family take positive steps to becoming more physically active and healthy.

Program description:

This program is offered on a weekly basis at the Main Centre as well as in the outreach locations once a month.  This program helps children develop their coordination, motor skills, leadership, imagination and confidence through physical activity experience. The main objective is to promote physical activities at early age and offer parents easy and secure ways to encourage daily physical activities at home with their children.

When: Monthly – every first week

Time: 10:30-11:30 AM

Where: In all outreach locations

Mother Goose Program

(Pre-registration is required)

“Discover the power and pleasure

of rhymes, songs, and stories”

Program description:  Come and join a group of parents with your child for a free 8 to 10 week program. You will cuddle, talk, sing and have fun with your child or baby, while learning rhymes, songs and stories. This program is offered by two qualified facilitators, sometimes, in collaboration with the Talk with Me Program.

For location and time: Please check out our monthly schedule for date, time and location.

Monthly car seat education session:

By registration only/maximum 12 participants

When: Monthly

Time: 1:30-3:00 pm

Location: to be announced on monthly calendar

“Car crashes are the leading cause of death and injury to children in Canada and CAN BE preventable!”
The best way to keep your child safe in the car is to get the accurate information and knowledge on how to use the right car seat in the right way. Our certified car seat technicians will offer monthly information sessions based on best practices in car seat safety. This session will be offered alternately from the Main Centre location to our outreach community playgroups.

Session topics:

1. Parents will learn how to install their car seat with confidence.
2. How to select and buy the right car seat
3. When to change your car seat.
4. Common car seat myths
5. Child car safety

Please give us a call to find out where the next session will be and to register: 384-7874

For more information on car seat safety visit: