EarlyON offers free programs to parents/caregivers and their children from birth to six years of age.
These centers welcome all families to participate in quality programs that:
- help strengthen adult-child relationships,
- support parent education, and
- foster healthy child development.
Qualified professionals can help families and caregivers find support, get advice, make personal
connections and access a network of resources.
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Join us for a getaway to the beautiful botanical gardens in North York. We will enjoy a walk around the grounds and talk about all of our activities that lead up to this outing.Find out more »
We are dedicating this week to honour the Residential school survivors and also those who did not survive. We will go for a walk around the Bay and stop to sing children's songs and then make our way to the Park where the little ones can play. We will wear our orange shirts, and bring our hand drums and medicines.Find out more »
A.M. Join us for Storytime at Phin Park! We will be honoring the survivors and remembering those who did not by bringing awareness through storytelling. P.M. Drumming with Aqua Nibii Waawaskone 2-3pmFind out more »
Nature and Beach walk at Scarborough Bluffs! We will wear our orange shirts and put down tobacco for our gratitude for the beautiful world. WE will walk and talk and share our experiences of resilience.Find out more »
We will be wearing our orange shirts today! September 30th is the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is a federal statutory holiday which gives the public a chance to recognize and commemorate the intergenerational harm that residential schools have caused to Indigenous families and communities, and to honour those who have been affected by this injustice. Orange Shirt Day invites Canadians to wear orange shirts on September 30th each year to honour survivors of residential schools, their families,…Find out more »
ENAGB EarlyON Program
16 Phin Toronto, Ontario M4J 3T2
Wandering Spirit School
Basement –Room 25
Phone Number- 416-604-0300
Baby Clothes Swap– Caregivers can bring in the child’s unwanted clothes to the Baby clothes bin. (wash clothes please)
Baby Messy Play 3pm-4pm – A messy activity for the kids to enjoy – Please BRING extra set of clothes for child.
Good Food Bag – Milk, eggs, butter, bread (limited spots)
Baby Clothes Swap- Mothers bring their baby clothes they no longer need and put them in the giveaway box- 1st Monday of every month.
EarlyON Program Registration Form
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