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Community Partnerships

We are so grateful for all of our amazing community partnerships!

Some of our current partnerships include...

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Quinte Conservation

We run Wildwood Forest & Nature programs (and Tales on the Trails) at the Frink Centre and Potters Creek. Quinte Conservation allows us to run year-round, with free parking provided during our programming. (O’Hara Mill programming is currently on pause)

Marmora Public Library

We run an EarlyON program every Friday morning at the library.

Belleville Chamber of Commerce

Inviting us and providing space for us at Community Events (Spring Family Fun Fest, Waterfront & Multicultural Festival, Fall Family Fun Fest, Diwali Celebration)

Belleville Public Library


Stirling Public Library


Batawa Ski Hill

We run our Wildwood Forest & Nature program at the ski hill all year round.

Visitors to our Baby Club programs

Public health nurses sleep consultants, physiotherapists (pelvic floor specialist), chiropractors, therapists, social workers, massage therapists, surrogacy & egg donation centre staff.

City of Belleville

Providing two community garden beds for our ‘Little Gardeners’ program May-Oct 2023.

Kahwá:tsire Indigenous-Led Child & Family Programs

Kahwá:tsire staff visit our programs and bring songs, stories, instruments and Mohawk language learning (currently on pause).

Madoc Public Library


Lower Trent Conservation

We run our Wildwood Forest & Nature program at Sager Conservation Area all year round.

Deseronto Public Library

We run pop-up EarlyON programs / special events every month or so at the library.

Hastings & Prince Edward District School Board

We run EarlyON programs at Trent River Public School, Frankford Public School and Deseronto Public School.

Community Development Council (CDC)

Providing the Good Baby Box at an EarlyON location (Trent River) and providing a community garden bed for our ‘Little Gardeners’ program May-Oct 2022 & 2023.

Quinte West Public Library


Interested in partnering with us?

Contact Mariann Cretney

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