About EarlyON

Our EarlyON Child and Family Centres are now offering indoor, outdoor and virtual programs.

Find us on Facebook!

We have a public site that shares resources, story time, calendars and much more – EarlyON Child and Family Centre – Newmarket & Georgina.

EarlyON Child and Family Centres’ offer a range of free programs that support parents and caregivers, encourage positive interactions with children and provide information regarding early learning and child development.

Many of our programs are delivered through partnerships with other community agencies including York Region Health Services, York Region District School Board, York Region Early Intervention Services, Newmarket Public Library, East Gwillimbury Public Library, Georgina Public Library, The Rose of Sharon, La Leche, York Catholic District School Board etc.


Available Services

Services are available at our EarlyON site in Newmarket (905-853-0754), in Keswick (905-476-3834), and community locations throughout Newmarket, Georgina, and East Gwillimbury when permitted to do so.

EarlyON Calendars provide families with information about our program offerings.

Early learning and literacy programs for parents and their children.

Programs to support parents and caregivers of children in all aspects of early child development.

Information and workshops for new parents about pregnancy and parenting.

Information about other early years programs in the community.

Resource and Lending Library.

The Parenting Workshop was a great way for me to connect with other parents and discuss life and raising babies during COVID-19. The staff running the programs were always welcoming, fun, and knowledgeable.

– Jaime Tremblett

It’s actually really hard to pick which programs to register for! You guys are doing amazing coming up with engaging online programs. Thank you all for everything you are doing during this wacky time.

– Cara
Leo participating in a virtual program with Amy RECE EarlyON Educator

Leo loved the virtual circle times during lock down and now is enjoying being in person and seeing all his instructors in real life, he recognizes everyone. He did puzzles with Amy the first time he saw her in person. Good times.

– Sara and Leo