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Cincinnati Family Enrichment Center

4244 Hamilton Ave.
Cincinnati, Ohio, 45223
513-591-2332 | Website
Neighborhood: Northside
From pregnancy to preteen and everything in between, the Cincinnati Family Enrichment Center is THE PLACE!
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Friday, Aug 22, 2014

Earth Rocks!

Cincinnati Family Enrichment Center
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Children are born explorers, naturally curious about the world around them, learning best through hands-on playful experimentation. Building a child-size bird’s nest, creating marshmallow moon ph ...

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Karma Kids

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4244 Hamilton Ave. Cincinnati Web | Map

Engaging children in peaceful “play” helps to foster an acceptance of self and others, helping to create a more harmonious world. As we practice yoga to counter the stress experienced by childr ...

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Preschool FUNdamentals

Cincinnati Family Enrichment Center
4244 Hamilton Ave. Cincinnati Web | Map

Writing in shaving cream, building marshmallow ABC’s, playing leap frog, making an AB-Cheese sandwich, squeezing out pancake batter numbers, drawing with colored ice cubes, creating abacus waffle ...

11 a.m.
Saturday, Aug 23, 2014

ABC's & 123's

Cincinnati Family Enrichment Center
4244 Hamilton Ave. Cincinnati Web | Map
Now that your toddler is walking and talking, everyday is new and exciting, filling their minds with wonder and curiosity! Join us as we take the next step in your toddler’s developmental journey as ...
10 a.m. | $80 for eight classes.

Parent-Baby Yoga

Cincinnati Family Enrichment Center
4244 Hamilton Ave. Cincinnati Web | Map

This “new parent & baby” yoga class focuses on strengthening the physical, spiritual and emotional bond between parent and child. We will use slow moving, interactive yoga postures ideal fo ...

| $80 for eight classes.
 
 
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