South County Community Partnership

Summer 2017 programs to be offered by South County Community Partnership   
will be held at the following locations and times:
  • Mondays 10:30-11:45 AM: Pearle L. Crawford Memorial Library, Dudley
  • Wednesdays 10:00-11:15 AM: Charlton Public Library
  • Thursdays 10:-11:15 AM: Oxford Library
Programs are appropriate for children ages 2-5 with a a parent or caregiver.

Week One: July 10-13
Building a Better World/ National Ice Cream Day

Week Two: July 17-20

Week Three: July 24-27
Stars & Constellations

Week Four: July 31-August 3

Week Five: August 7-10

Week Six: August 14-17
Fishing & Camping

Registration is Required as space is limited! Please contact Amy Celona at or 508-987-6050 x 1126 to register. Please include your name, your child(ren)'s name(s) and date of birth, as well as the week and location for which you would like to register.

Raising a Reader Story Time Fall 2017 Schedule- Ages 2 -5 years

Dudley- Mondays-10:30-11:45- Pearle L. Crawford Public Library Children’s Story Room

Charlton- Tuesdays- 1:00-2:15 Charlton Public Library Children’s Story Room

Charlton- Wednesdays- 10:00-11:15- Charlton Public Library Children’s Story Room


Webster- Wednesdays 3:30-4:30 PM - North Village Community Room

Southbridge- Family Center-Tuesdays and Thursdays-9:00 AM-2:00 PM Open year round (closed week of July 4)

Drop in early childhood center, 0-5 years. Great opportunity for socialization and play! 

NO registration required. Questions? Call 508-765-0292

Located in Kennedy Donovan Center 484 Worcester St., Southbridge, MA 01550

Oxford-Thursdays-10:00-11:00/ 11:30-12:30 – Oxford Public Library Children’s Story Room

Have fun with your child through stories, play, learning and:

·     Participate in “Raising a Reader” lending library

·        Participate in the “Ages & Stages Help Me Grow” program

  • Receive valuable resources, parenting tips, and more!

All story times require registration!, Email to

Or call 508-987-6050 x 1126

Visit us on Facebook “ South County Community Partnership”. Follow us on Twitter@SCCP_Oxford

Ages & Stages Developmental Screening
Babies and children grow so quickly! Your children are growing every day. Do you have questions about how your child is doing? Do you wonder if there are ways you can help your child's development? We offer developmental screening for children from 1 month through 5 years of age. We will work with you to determine if your child is learning and gaining skills well, share ideas to help you be your child's first teacher, and connect with programs and resources if you and your child need extra help. Contact Danielle Morrow at,  for more information.

Useful Links

Brain Building in Progress
Click on the link to learn more about the sign of future prosperity for everyone in Massachusetts! Whenever you see children interacting and learning in enriching environments, you're seeing brain building in progress.
Child Care Resources
Get information about eligibility for assistance in paying for child care. EEC has opened the waiting list, and families are being contacted to complete their applications. So don't delay, check it out today.
MA Department of Early Education and Care
Visit EEC's web site for information on early education and care programs in the area, helpful resources for families, and information on applying for financial assistance for childcare.
Mass 2-1-1 information hotline
Information at your fingertips on health and human services in your community and across the state. Find childcare, government assistance programs, and much, much more.
Resources for Early Learning
This site provides exciting, engaging, media-rich learning opportunities for educators, parents, and caregivers of children. From detailed lesson plans to simple, everyday activities, you will find everythi
ng you need to help your children succeed. Meets NAEYC guidelines for limiting screen time.


South County Community Partnership is funded through the CFCE grant from the 
                              MA Department of Early Education and Care                              

Jun 6, 2017, 7:56 AM