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Livingston Street Early Childhood Community offers full-year programming for children ages 2 years/9 months through 5 years old in Kingston. With a focus on emotional/social development, communication skills, and community, Livingston Street creates an enchanted and engaging learning environment that is appropriately challenging and fun for children. Activities at Livingston Street include outdoor play, the arts, early literacy games, dramatic play, reading, sensory play, making friends, and much more!

20 Livingston Street, Kingston, NY
(845) 340-9900
livingstonstreet.org
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