EarlyON Programs

EarlyON centres offer free programs in Brantford and Brant County for caregivers and children from birth to 6 years old. You can learn and play with your child, meet people and get advice.

Effective September 1, 2020, both virtual and in-person EarlyON Child and Family programs will be available.   All in-person programming requires preregistration.  Preregistration instructions are included on the EarlyON Calendar.

Services include:

  • Reading, storytelling, songs, games and more
  • Advice from professionals trained in early childhood development
  • Connect with other families and young children
  • Learn about other services in the community
  • Indigenous Led programs and activities

    Gahwajiya:de’ Detenatgwa’ta’ - 
    Family Gatherings are EarlyON Child and Family programs based on cultural needs providing parents/caregivers and children with programming that reflect the Haudenosaunee culture and incorporate Mohawk and Cayuga languages.

    Family Gatherings are respectful and nurturing environments for children, families and caregivers to interact with opportunities to build positive relationships through belonging, well-being, and engagement and incorporating Haudenosaunee culture, languages and awareness.

    Family Gatherings is located three days a week at Princess Elizabeth School and rotates through other EarlyON Child and Family Centres.

    Detailed schedules are available on the EarlyON Calendar for Indigenous Led programs and activities

The EarlyON calendar provides full listing of activities with locations and times.