The Lincoln Children’s Museum ( hosted a fun evening of appreciation and support for childcare providers on April 9. With over 200 attendees, the event demonstrated the community’s commitment to those who play a vital role in nurturing and educating children in Lincoln and surrounding communities.

Childcare Provider Night provided a well-deserved opportunity for providers to unwind and connect with fellow professionals in a festive atmosphere. Attendees were treated to a diverse range of activities, including engaging with resource vendors, enjoying delicious food and drinks and participating in DIY crafts. The event also featured enlightening learning sessions, relaxing yoga sessions and more, ensuring there was something for everyone to enjoy.

“The Lincoln Children’s Museum is proud to support childcare providers who dedicate themselves to the well-being and development of our community’s children,” said Mandy Haase-Thomas, M.A., Chief Operations Officer at the Lincoln Children’s Museum. “Childcare Provider Night was again a fantastic opportunity for providers to relax, connect and access valuable resources to enhance their practice.”

In addition to providing a fun-filled evening, Childcare Provider Night highlighted the Lincoln Children’s Museum’s ongoing commitment to fostering a strong sense of community and collaboration among childcare professionals.

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