New child care center opening this fall
For the Hub City Times
MARSHFIELD – A new child care center is opening in downtown Marshfield early this fall. Responding to a growing need for child care in the community, Mama Bears Childcare, LLC will provide care for more than 40 children.
Mama Bears Childcare will be located inside the Chestnut Center for the Arts in downtown Marshfield. Dedicated to offering outstanding childcare, Mama Bears seeks to work in partnership with families to provide personalized care. Center philosophies are: to learn through play, teach with patience and kindness, and allow each child to learn at a pace appropriate for their individual needs.
Mama Bears will utilize a variety of technologies to maximize child safety, as well as provider-to-parent communication.
“We believe parents should have the utmost faith and trust in their childcare provider. Parents should feel good about dropping their kids off at daycare and we’re looking forward to providing that type of environment.” says owner Katie Stieber.
The convenient location inside the Chestnut Center for the Arts will open the door to a variety of collaborative opportunities for the two businesses.
Executive Director Adam Smrcka is looking forward to the possibilities.
“We are excited to welcome the new tenant here at the center for the arts. We are looking forward to future collaborations with Mama Bears Childcare,’ Smrcka said.
“We are excited that this business decided to enter into a lease in our historic, safe and wonderful building. Convenient to downtown and the new Wenzel Plaza, we feel this will be a very accessible location for families to receive care for their children.
“When searching for a new lessee, ideally we wanted to find a business that would accentuate our goal of providing programming and services to our community. Our ultimate goal is to collaborate with Katie and Chris Stieber of Mama Bears to offer creative programming in partnership with the care they provide for families in the Marshfield area community. We are working on funding sources to help build a new playground on the grounds of the Chestnut Center as well.”
For more information, contact Stieber at 715-581-8581 or [email protected].