Project Playdate offers a new and affordable way to experience childcare in New York City. By taking on the night shift at participating play spaces, parents can enjoy NYC nightlife without having to worry about finding a babysitter who is consistently available on weekend evenings.
These fun and educational pajama parties are run by professional nannies and include a healthy dinner, story time, arts and crafts, a dance party, games and songs, a movie and more.
Now you can find these playdates on the 3rd Friday of every month at Kidville in Park Slope!
If you are looking for private care, thereʼs no better way to land a quality caregiver than by attending an event that showcases the best sitters from top companies like College Nannies and Tutors and UrbanSitter. In fact, if parents need a sitter beyond the three hour event they can sign up for extended hours and a sitter will bring the children home for private care. Rather than hiring someone you hope your children will connect with, you can first let them build relationships on their own through Project Playdate.
And it gets better. Project Playdate donates all proceeds made to raise money for young mothers in need.
See how the NY Post raved about Project Playdate this past July: http://newyorkpost.com/p/entertainment/clubbing_for_kids_ROSQ6DBFhrCaD0Kytg3GMM
What parents are saying:
"The babysitters on the night were the best I've come across. They were all so upbeat and enthusiastic and seemed just as happy at the end of the night as our kids!"
"I'd love to take the opportunity to tell you how wonderful we thought it was. I was so impressed with the staff and the facility. The staff had such a great inviting, energetic attitude and my children had obviously had plenty of close contact. They had an amazing time and we all can't wait to do it again."
"Thank you so much. Our kids absolutely love PJ Parties with Project Playdate. I feel so comfortable leaving my children with such competent staff. Thank you also for allowing my 20- month-old to attend and providing him with the extra special care he demanded."