celebrating 45 years

Dear Center Families,
It is hard to believe that a year ago, I shared that we were one of five communities to receive the NH iSocial Community Collaborative Grant. As you might recall, over the course of four years, we will receive free training, process and practitioner coaches, research, and monies to pay for classroom and parent materials relating to social emotional learning.

Dear Children’s Center Families,

“This bell is a wonderful symbol of the spirit of Christmas - as am I. Just remember, the true spirit of Christmas lies in your heart.”

-Santa Claus in the movie Polar Express

Gather your friends or come alone and meet new ones. The center's Team Trivia Tournament is a sure way to beat the winter blues. Trivia will be held Wednesdays, January 8 through February 12, from 5 to 8 p.m. at The Barn at the Inn on Main. The evening will include a hearty soup and salad. Seating is limited and reservations are strongly recommended. The cost is $20 per person per evening, or six weeks for the price of five when you prepay (refunds will not be given). To reserve a team table, call 569-1027, or email Shannon at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Proceeds will benefit the center.

You can purchase tickets online!
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Teri Ann Cox and The Children's Center were recently honored by the Parent Information Center and New Hampshire Family Voices for Family Engagement Month.

Forty-five years ago, a survey given by the American Association of University Women identified an unexplored need in Wolfeboro and the surrounding communities. Working parents; men and women, were looking for day-to-day childcare help and support. They needed a safe place for their children to go while they secured a livelihood for their families. As a result, the Wolfeboro Area Children’s Center was born and local families were finally offered the opportunity to have high quality, affordable daycare.