Community Children’s Center: Early Childhood Family Resource Fair to return Saturday (Announcement)

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We at Community Children’s Center are excited to be presenting our second Early Childhood Family Resource Fair from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 1 at the Kennedy Early Childhood Center (1605 Davis Road) in Lawrence.

This event is fun and free, and it features more than 45 tables from local organizations that work with youth ages 0-5.

The CCC Early Childhood Family Resource Fair provides an excellent opportunity for parents, caregivers, and families with young children to learn about the various resources available to them in Lawrence, Kansas. Whether you are a first-time parent or an experienced caregiver, you will benefit from the wide range of information and resources available at this fair.

The fair will offer a variety of booths and exhibits featuring local organizations, businesses, and agencies that provide support services for young children and families. You can expect to learn about everything from child care options and preschool programs to health and wellness resources and parenting workshops.

In addition to learning about valuable resources, the Early Childhood Family Resource Fair will be a fun and engaging event for children and adults. There will be interactive displays, health screenings, activities, and Blockfest child play, making this a perfect family outing. You can also connect with other parents and caregivers in the community and learn from their experiences.

Attending the Early Childhood Family Resource Fair can be essential in ensuring that your child gets the best start in life. By learning about the various resources available, you can make informed decisions and provide your child with the support and resources they need to thrive. So, mark your calendars and plan to attend this fantastic event sponsored by Community Children’s Center.

If you have questions about the Early Childhood Family Resource Fair, please contact us at For a complete list of organizations tabling, visit our website at

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Will Averill (he/him) was born and raised in Lawrence with a brief stint in Norwich, U.K. Will is the director of communications and development at Community Children’s Center. Will is the father of a hilarious 7-year-old who is going on 65.

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