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Nassau Parent—following the success of the first NYC parenting resource book, Big Apple Parent—was launched in 2009. The last of eight NY Metro Parents publications, Nassau Parent currently has 50,000 copies distributed monthly throughout Nassau County. As an authority Nassau parents turn to for local resources, calendars of events and activities, and guidance on education, health, finance, parenting tips and expert advice, and products in their neighborhood, Nassau Parent helps families make the best possible decisions on how to spend their time and money.
A cornerstone of Nassau Parent’s offerings is an array of comprehensive directories of parenting and family services, including birthday party venues and entertainers, camps, after-school activities, health providers and services, special needs support, and so much more. An annual Source Book is published annually in July which compiles listings in every category, a valuable go-to resource for families to have on hand at all times.
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