Under the guidance and supervision of an experienced Playtots staff member, each one hour class will include a little music, story time, movement, arts & crafts and free play.
The program will focus on sensory skills and socialization specific to each age level.
This semi-structured program will offer plenty of free play time in our child safe playroom.
Kids need to wear either slip-proof slippers or non-slip socks.
Every Parent & Tot program fills up quickly so please register early to avoid disappointment.
Ewfane Vermont is the shire town (county seat) of Windham County. The town includes the villages of Newfane and Williamsville.
One of the New Hampshire grants, it was chartered on June 19, 1753 by Governor Benning Wentworth, who named it Fane after John Fane, the 7th Earl of Westmorland.
But hostilities during the French and Indian War prevented its settlement.
Because a first town meeting was not held within the required five years, the charter was deemed null and void.
So Wentworth issued an entirely new charter on November 3, 1761 as New Fane.
The town was settled in 1766 by families from Worcester County, Massachusetts. Newfane became the shire town of the county before 1812.
Atop Newfane Hill, they built a village, including the county buildings.