Week of the Young Child - April 24-28
Week of the Young Child Celebration
Idaho Botanical Garden | 2355 Old Penitentiary Rd, Boise
April 22, 2017 | 11am - 3pm
Join us for a free, family-friendly outdoor event with something for the whole family; fun for the kids (birth – 8 years) and valuable community resources for parents. Blues Collective will be performing throughout the celebration and explore the Idaho Botanical Garden for free!
Connect with community programs and businesses to learn about summer camps, after-school programs, early literacy, healthy eating, child care, fishing licenses and more! Crafts, scavenger hunt, kid’s zumba, obstacle courses, photo booth, and fishing games are just a few activities planned at over 35 booths.
Idaho AEYC, the Idaho Botanical Garden and Treasure Valley AEYC are partnering to host this fun event!
Week of the Young Child Proclamation
Friday, April 21 | 11:30am-12:30pm | City of Boise (Council Chambers - 3rd Floor)
Please join Idaho AEYC and Boise Mayor Dave Bieter as we proclaim April 24-28 this year's Week of the Young Child in Boise, Idaho!
Adult Night: Come Support Idaho AEYC
Friday, April 28 | 6:30-9pm | 9719 W Chinden Blvd, Garden City
Idaho AEYC is hosting a brewtacular fundraiser at Powderhaus Brewing on Friday, April 28! We are inviting you to form a 2-person team and compete in our Cornhole Tournament. The team fee is $25 per person and you receive a free pint with your entry. 100% of the tournament proceeds go to support Idaho AEYC's work! Registration will open soon!
Week of the Young Child PSA
Idaho AEYC partnered with Idaho Public Television to film our 2017 Week of the Young Child PSA! Check it out!
Book Deliveries in Eastern Idaho
Eastern Idaho AEYC will be delivering free, bilingual books from the United Way Book Drive to preschools and child care centers in Bingham and Power Counties.
The Week of the Young Child™ is an annual celebration hosted by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) celebrating early learning, young children, their teachers and families. Learn More