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Rolling Out Our Fall Programs

Updated: Nov 1, 2023

Hello! We've got some BIG news for caregivers and their littles!

Playful Acorns is rolling out our fall programs by partnering with little om BIG OM and Middleton Parks to offer a "Mini & Me" yoga class at Lakeview Park (heated shelter) in Middleton. Registration and details are available through the Middleton Parks website for the 6-week session, which will be held from 9-10 a.m. Thursdays, Oct. 12th through Nov. 16th. UPDATE 10/31/23: The November classes have a few spots left and can be booked here.

The fun continues with a "Creepy Crawly" Lil' Explorer + Pop-Up Play Cafe mashup at the Lussier Family Heritage Center and surrounding Lunney Lake Farm County Park in Madison. Registration and details are available through the Dane County Parks website for the drop-in session, which will be held from 9-11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 27th.



Save the dates and look for more details on our social media and website regarding the following collaborative classes, upcoming offerings, and free community events!

Coming soon:

  • Our second Pop-Up Play Cafe location will be launching in Verona on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays in the coming weeks!

  • We have music programs in the works. Stay tuned!

We're excited for you and your kids (ages 0-5) to join us for these upcoming events! We'll be including more about these partnerships in our blog and next "In A Nutshell" e-leaflet. In the meantime, please share this blog and corresponding social media posts with your friends! Also, in case you missed our social media post, in recognition of Suicide Prevention Month (September), Mental Illness Awareness Week (October 1-7), and World Mental Health Day (October 10) and in support of those we hold dear, we encourage you to join us in making a donation to NAMI Wisconsin. Playful Acorns will also be donating a portion of funds from all Pop-Up Play Cafe (Cross Plains and Verona) bookings made this month through October 10th to this nonprofit, whose mission is to improve the quality of life of those affected by mental illness and to promote recovery.


The world is a better place with you in it. Stay;

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