Educators and child psychologists agree that early social development is critical to a child’s future education. Florence Community Services Department supports this by offering Iddie Biddie Kiddies to help in the education of our community’s children.
The program is designed for kids three to five years old. Participants will learn the alphabet, numbers, shapes, and socialization along with many other fun and educational skills.
Classes are held August 15 to September 21, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the Florence Library and Community Center at 778 N. Main Street (children must be potty trained to participate).
The fee is only $35.00 for residents and $44.00 for non-residents. Please note the fee must be paid prior to attending the program.
Pre-registration is preferred and may be done online at www.florenceaz.gov/parks-and-recreation, or at the Florence Fitness Center at 133 N. Main Street or at the Community Center.
For more information, contact Recreation Coordinator, Megan Cetta at (520) 868-8329.