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Halloween at ECPC

Date: November 5, 2017 Author: ecpcblogger Categories: Halloween, News

Halloween is one of our favorite holidays at ECPC! Who doesn’t love to dress up, listen to spooky stories and whack a pinata? In the weeks leading up to Halloween, parents and teachers teamed up to put together creative treat bags for each of the kids, and we celebrate with parties in each of the…

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RESCHEDULED: Fall Yard Sale Fundraiser

Date: October 16, 2017 Author: ecpcblogger Categories: Events, News

Due to the unhealthy air quality as a result of the wildfires in Napa and Sonoma Counties, we closed ECPC on Thursday and Friday of last week, and we had to cancel the Fall Yard Sale originally scheduled for Saturday, October. The health and safety of our kids, members and community are always are top…

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Fall Open House Saturday, October 21

Date: October 16, 2017 Author: ecpcblogger Categories: Events, News, Open House

ECPC is now enrolling for Fall 2018! We welcome all parents with children who will be 3 years old by September 1, 2018 to our Open House this weekend.┬áCome explore our beautiful indoor and outdoor spaces where our kids learn through imagination and play, and meet current ECPC parents who are the heartbeat behind ECPC!…

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Join ECPC at the El Cerrito Showcase Parade

Date: September 12, 2017 Author: ecpcblogger Categories: Events, News

This Saturday, September 16, is the El Cerrito Centennial Showcase Parade, part of an ongoing celebration of El Cerrito’s 100th Anniversary, and ECPC couldn’t be prouder to be participating! We would love for ECPC members, alumni and friends to join us as we gather with our El Cerrito neighbors and celebrate our own 77 years…

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Team Up with ECPC Superheroes at the Solano Avenue Stroll

Date: September 7, 2017 Author: ecpcblogger Categories: Events, News

ECPC will be participating in the 43rd Annual Solano Avenue Stroll Parade on Sunday, September 10, and we’d love for our members, friends and alumni join us! ECPC has a rich history of┬áparticipating in the parade, placing first or second in our use of the theme color each of the last 8 years, and we…

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East Bay Vivarium Visit

Date: May 6, 2017 Author: ecpcblogger Categories: News, Uncategorized

ECPC was excited to have a visit from our friends at the East Bay Vivarium This turtle could easily live to be 100 years old! Both kids and their parents got up close and personal with the reptiles There were a few brave volunteers! Here is Lily with a small corn snake She also got…

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Annual ECPC Spring Auction starts April 12

Date: April 12, 2017 Author: ecpcblogger Categories: Events, News

Beginning April 12, 2017 at 7:00PM PDT and ending April 24 at 9:00 PM PDT you and your friends and family will be able to bid on all types of fun and exciting items and services!   Please use (and share) the auction link below: http://www.32auctions.com/ECPC2017

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Messy Art Day March 19

Date: February 28, 2017 Author: ecpcblogger Categories: Events, News

Join us for our biggest and messiest event of the year!   Children 4 and under and their parents are welcome to participate in the fun. Older siblings can participate in activities on Ashbury Street, which will be closed to traffic. Food and drinks will be available for purchase from local food trucks.    …

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ECPC’s 3rd Annual Bowl-a-Thon

Date: February 27, 2017 Author: ecpcblogger Categories: Events, News

ECPC participated in our yearly fundraising Bowl-a-Thon event at Albany Bowl. This years event was a Pajama Party theme, which made staying cozy and festive even more fun! Parents were awarded for their early morning  participation with hot coffee and an assortment of yummy treats.

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MLK Day Parade

Date: February 1, 2017 Author: ecpcblogger Categories: Events, News

ECPC was proud to have participated in this year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade, “Enhancing the Dream”. Our event began over the weekend with a sign making party at the El Cerrito Library. On the day of the parade, we wore our ECPC gear, held our banner and marched proudly towards El Cerrito High…

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