The acclaimed Children's Center at Treetops provides kids with terrific learning opportunities in a wonderful environment. At the Children's Center, we're dedicated to providing a fun, safe atmosphere for kids, along with a temporary break for their parents.
Rest assured that your children will be in a safe environment at the Children's Center, cared for by responsible, professional adults.
Check out our Camp Sylvan program, a summer program for children ages 6–12: Camp Sylvan, and cool stuff for kids with our Children's Winter Programs:
Our state-licensed Children's Center opened in September 1990, and has earned awards and acclaim ever since from the House Republican Task Force on childcare.
In May 2003, Treetops also earned the Award of Excellence from Child and Family Services in recognition of our family-friendly workplace and unique children's programs.
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Your kids will thank you for it!
We're committed to children's growth and learning, so take some time away from parenting and enjoy the activities at Treetops.
Winter Pizza Parties are back by popular demand Saturdays in January & February 2016 at the Children's Center from 5:30pm - 8:30pm for ages 3-10. $20 per child includes an age-appropriate movie, pizza & fun (while you go have some fun yourselves!) Please sign-up by 4pm on Saturday.
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