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EarlyON Paisley moving to community centre

Bruce County announced the EarlyON in Paisley will be moving to the local community centre, starting next month.

The County says the current location at Paisley Central School will be needed in the fall to support the school’s growing student population. As a result, Thursday morning programs will be offered at the Paisley Community Centre Hall starting on August 8.

The new location at 391 Queen Street will be accessible by stairs or elevator. The County says the new location not only provides a larger space, but it's close to Mary Cumming Park and the Saugeen River, providing convenient opportunities for outdoor programming.

"Bruce County’s EarlyON Child and Family Centres provide high quality, free programs for children newborn to age 6 and their families where they can learn, grow, receive support, meet new people, and connect - together," said Tina Metcalfe, Director of Human Services. "Programs offered at this new location will include Adventures in Play, Active Explorers, Little Explorers Ramp and Roll, Little Counters, and more."

You can find out more about upcoming programming in Paisley by visiting the County's website.

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