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Annual Preschool Showcase offers Denver parents and toddlers an educational shopping experience – The Denver Post

Toddlers of all sorts ran around the Dahlia Center for Health and Well-Being on Saturday morning eating fruit cups and candy while gandering at a 6-foot-tall Minion and listening to stories, a preview of their preschool education experience to come.

The Denver Preschool Program hosted its sixth annual Preschool Showcase designed as a one-stop-shop for Denver families to explore early learning options for their youngins.

The more than 40 booths were not limited to only schools. Child care options were also present along with the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, dental screenings, Denver Art Museum, community centers and the Denver Library.

Soren Alauf, 3, checks out toys ...

Andy Cross, The Denver Post

Soren Alauf, 3, checks out toys on a table while his parents Marko and Mary Alauf listen to potential preschool possibilities for Soren at the 6th annual Denver Preschool Program Showcase at the Dahlia Center for Health and Well-Being Jan. 13, 2018.

“With so many preschool programs in the same place at the same time, the showcase is a great opportunity for parents to gather information that will help them make the best decision for their children,” said Jennifer Landrum, president and CEO of the Denver Preschool Program.

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