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Childcare/Education in Greene County

Hunter Public Library

The mission of the Hunter Public Library is to meet, provide, and serve the needs of each and every member of the Hunter-Tannersville Central School Districts' education, culture, and recreation.
518-263-4655

7965 Main Street, Hunter, NY 12442, Hunter, NY 12442

hunterpubliclibrary@gmail.com

Heermance Memorial Library

The mission of the Heermance Memorial Library is to inspire lifelong learning and to support and enhance the cultural and recreational needs of our community.

Great Beginnings Daycare

GREAT BEGINNINGS is conveniently located right at 479 Main Street, Cairo, walking distance from Cairo Elementary School. Open 6:30am to 6:30pm, GREAT BEGINNINGS offers daycare, an afterschool program, breakfast, lunch and snacks...

Farrell School of Irish Dance

Michael Farrell is a registered Irish Dance teacher with AnCoimisiun in Ireland and has been teaching step dancing in Greene County for over 25 years. The Farrell dancers can be seen performing for many Irish festivals in the area.
518-965-2352

8908 route 32, Freehold, NY 12431

jfar103092@aol.com

Foundations Family Child Care

Foundations child care provides care to children 6 weeks to 12 years in a loving home setting that allows each child to grow to his or her full potential.
518-966-4696

6 Ingalside Road, Greenville, NY 12083

jtlwat@verizon.net

Early Childhood Learning Center

Providing Head Start services for 197 children (3-5 years) in 5 locations. In addition, special education and/or therapy services are provided to children birth to 5 years in homes or center-based programs.
518-622-8382

Route 23B, South Cairo, NY 12482

eclc@mhcable.com

Dandelion Nursery Preschool

Dandelion Nursery Preschool is a day care center that offers preschool and kindergarten programs.
518-943-3414

1 King St, Catskill, NY 12414

D. R. Evarts Library

The library provides access to a variety of materials and services, which help to meet the educational, informational, and recreational needs.
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