Del Mar Foundation to launch playgroup for working parents

Due to the success of the weekday playgroup that began meeting last fall, the Del Mar Foundation will launch a new playgroup on Saturday, Jan. 26, for parents that are working or who cannot attend the weekday playgroups due to scheduling conflicts.

The Saturday playgroup will be for infants to children who are 3 years old. The mission of the playgroup is to connect Del Mar parents and children; therefore, playgroup participants must live in the 92014 ZIP code. The Del Mar Foundation has received many requests to create a playgroup for working parents and expects this playgroup to be a great way for young Del Mar families to connect.

As with all the playgroups, both parents are encouraged to attend. The launch will take place on Saturday, Jan. 26, from 9:30 a.m. to noon, St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, Children’s Nursery area. The room is behind the parish office at 334 14th St. Del Mar, located between 14th and 15th Streets off of Maiden Lane in Del Mar. The Church’s parking lot is accessible via Maiden Lane or Parish Lane.

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