Kidville is an all-in-one children's enrichment center with more than 30 locations worldwide. “We know juggling life with children is hectic, so our mission is to make the lives of families with young children better and easier,” said Melissa Weiner, owner and mayor of Kidville Tivoli Village in Summerlin, Nevada. (via Vegas Inc.)
Set to open in January, the new Kidville Ridgewood will be located at 38 Oak Street in the Old Post Office.
The Magic Beans pop-up shop is now open at Kidville Upper East Side just in time for the holidays! The Fun Size shop features a hand-picked selection of only the best of the best gifts for children ages 0-5.
For the third consecutive year, Kidville NYC locations have partnered with Second Chance Toys to collect gently used plastic toys for children in need. Second Chance Toys founder Sasha Lipton appeared on Good Morning America to kick off the 2014 holiday toy drive. Participating Kidville locations will be collecting toys from December 5th to 14th. To find a Second Chance Toys drop-off location, click here. via ABC News
Irene from designstiles, an interior design firm specializing in kids rooms and kids parties, shared tips on adding a personal touch to your little one’s birthday celebration at Kidville. Read below for her Kidville birthday party review originally posted on Savvy Sassy Moms.
Melissa Weiner, owner and operator of Kidville Tivoli Village, shares her passion for early childhood education and her experiences as an entrepreneur with CBS Las Vegas.
Kidville opened in Garden City on Long Island, NY at 960 Franklin Avenue in September. (via the Garden City News)
Set to open in August, the new Kidville Wantagh will be located at the Willow Wood Shopping Center (1183 Wantagh Ave.).
Anjali Varma, Kidville owner, runs "mompreneur" blog and Youtube channelBETHESDA, Md. (WJLA) - There's never a dull moment at Kidville, and owner Anjali Varma likes it that way. "It's hard to be upset or not like your work when you're around great kids all the time," she said. Varma says she wants her Bethesda business, Kidville, to be a one-stop-shop for busy parents. via Wjla There's never a dull moment at Kidville, and owner Anjali Varma likes it that way. "It's hard to be up...
Kidville President, Rammy Harwood, comments on a growing trend in New York City: the dual-income, three-child households that have chosen to stay in Manhattan. “But in the last few years, we have been doing the third, fourth, or even fifth kid in the family,” said Mr. Harwood, a father of two whose company now has 10 locations across 3 boroughs. (via The New York Times)