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#1 of 4 Old 10-31-2011, 06:27 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Hi mamas!

I live in the OC and am having a time meeting/finding fun/stimulating things to do with my almost 2yo. Any programs or classes you local mamas could recommend?

I am not looking to drop off DD or a daycare environment. Thanks!

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If you are looking for free activities, they are much harder to come by!

 

Most libraries have free morning story time, just check the library's web-page.

The Fullerton arboretum is a great free place to explore and take nature walks.

Many churches have low-cost mom's groups that allow you to meet with other moms to discuss parenting/life topics - some provide child care, others have you keep your kiddo with you, and are more play-oriented.

Old Town Orange is a fun place to walk, lot's of people out and about, great cafes, and the plaza park.

 

Have fun!

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Earthroots has toddler and mom classes in south OC and orange county Waldorf school in Costa mesa has mommy and me as well. There is a lot of that type of thing around. Good luck treehugger.gif
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Check out granolababies.com and click on 'classes/shop local'. They have tons of fun classes. Also, it's a great way to meet other like minded mamas and you can get more ideas/info from them. :)


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