Friday, September 14, 2012

Want to meet my Host Families and Au Pairs???

Are you interested in meeting some of my current Host families and Au Pairs?

Well I am finally hosting a Host Family Conference 
Date: October 21 2012
Time: 10:00am
Upper West Side 
New York, NY

Please RSVP *important due to catering* by: October 8

Au Pairs-This is counted as your monthly meeting so attendance is required.
Please join your LCC and au pair group for a very special event: Our Host Family Conference!
I have the pleasure to announce that we will have a demonstration by Anne Grossman on healthy and nutritious snack and meal ideas for your kids.
Anne has generously donated her time and talents to give your au pairs a talk and quick lesson on how to prepare these foods for your children.
We also have Judith Frost founder of “The Little Global Village” kindly offer us her space for our meeting.
This is a great opportunity to meet other host families and au pairs in the area and will count as your attendance to one host family day conference during the year. Families interested in learning more about our flexible, affordable childcare program will also be invited to attend.

If you have been considering host an au pair ad live in Manhattan this is your chance to do so. Please contact me at for details.

Anne Grossman, owner of AnneMade, is a culinary instructor, food stylist, and recipe developer.   She has worked on AOL’s web video series with Gail Simmons and Lauren Braun Costello and taught afterschool cooking to children ages 5-8 at PS75 in New York City.   Anne launched her own business AnneMade in September 2011, designing fun cooking parties for adults and children, teaching cooking skills and challah baking to individuals and groups.   Anne’s focus and passion is teaching people how to cook healthy and delicious meals at home. 
Cooking runs in the family:  both Anne’s grandmother and great grandmother were successful caterers.  Always an avid cook and baker herself, Anne began taking culinary classes at the JCC in Manhattan in 2005 where she honed her skills and assisted chefs.   Anne volunteered her culinary skills to PS87, her children’s school, by organizing the annual school auction dinner for 700 people for the past 4 years.   Prior to a entering the food business, Anne was television graphic designer for Court TV, NY1 News, CNNfn, and the Food Network.   She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Goucher College in with a B.A. in art.  She received an M.F.A. in painting from the University of Pennsylvania.   She firmly believes cooking, like painting (which she continues to do) is an art which requires not only proper technique but also creativity, individuality, and beauty.

The Little Global Village
The Little Global Village on the West Side of Manhattan is a language immersion program for children of native speakers of English and non-native speakers alike.
We foster an environment of fun, learning and mutual understanding for infants and toddlers. Our world-class language programs build on the latest research in superior teaching and learning methods.
Classes are offered in Italian, Spanish, and French, with other languages to follow, as we seek to support parents in their quest to help their children become true global citizens. All our teachers are native fluent speakers of their respective languages.
After all, we believe that teaching concepts in another language – as opposed to simply teaching students another language – allows for more intuitive and successful language learning.
Founder Judith Frost
Judith has had a lifelong fascination with other languages. She speaks Spanish, German and Portuguese and has lived abroad in Santiago, Chile, Munich, Germany, and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Following more than a decade in the corporate world, she decided to cultivate a meaningful program that she can share with her children and the children of the Upper West Side.
Judith is also an MBA graduate of New York University.

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