Come Play at Gymboree Play & Music! The month of February is all about BONDING AND CONNECTION! We all know it takes a village to raise a child and it is important for moms to know they are not alone. Finding a “tribe of moms” builds community support and strengthens the bond between their baby/infant/toddler.
Every three weeks we’ll be changing up our uniquely designed play equipment and program themes in all class levels to support your child’s age and development. You and your little one will discover something new to explore together each time you come to class.
Become part of our community and explore the many benefits of play your membership will bring, like special promotional discounts on products, special events and more. And Open Gym hours for stress-free play, included with every membership.
The Rochester Gymboree Play and Music Center offers parent and child interactive Play and Learn, Music and Art classes!
THINGS TO KNOW:
---All adults must wear socks on the play floor, no shoes are allowed. Please remember to bring a pair with you.
---Children cannot wear shoes on the play floor, socks with grips on the bottom are recommended or barefoot is also acceptable!
---Please bring only healthy children to class. We have a liberal membership policy so you won't miss out on any of the fun!
---Stay within a hug's reach of your child at all times.
---Food and drink are not allowed on the play floor.
---Take this time to disconnect! There is a limited cell phone policy on the play floor. Parents may use the camera or video settings to take images of their own child, phones then must be put away. There is absolutely no texting or phone calls allowed on the play floor. Both hands must be free to play!
---For safety reasons and so you and your child can fully enjoy this special time together, siblings who are not enrolled may be seated in the lobby. Babies can be in tummy/back packs or carriers kept on the side. Ask about our Open Gyms, Art, or Music Studios that they may attend!
---School Closings or Adverse Weather Descretions follow that of Rochester Community Schools