Understanding Community Programs:Importance of Early Childhood Learning

  • May 23, 2018
  • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • Oakwood Village, West, Art Center/Auditorium


  • Free and Open to the Public

This lecture is FREE to PLATO members and their guests.

No registration is required.

Registration is not required.

This lecture is FREE to PLATO members and the general public. 

Understanding Community Programs Series: 

"Importance of Early Childhood

Learning Opportunities"

Marlo Mielke, Program Director, One City Early Learning Center

About the Speaker:

Marlo Mielke, Program Director,  One City Early Learning Center

About the Topic

About One City Early Learning Center

One City Early Learning Centers is dedicated to cultivating healthy, happy, thoughtful, and resourceful children who have the capacity and commitment to empower others and change the world, their families and communities for the better. With this in mind, our mission is to prepare young children from birth to age 5 for success in school and life, and ensure they enter grade school reading-ready. 

We will achieve our aims through a two-generation community impact approach to cultivating healthy and successful children. We will provide affordable, accessible, and high quality preschools that partner with parents and the community to prepare young children for school success. We will work hand-in-hand with parents and the broader community to ensure our little ones have the fundamental capacity to succeed in school and life from cradle to career, and become the innovators and effective leaders we will need in the future.

Lecture Location:

Oakwood Village University Woods Auditorium/Arts Center  
6205 Mineral Point Road    
Madison, Wisconsin 53705    


Free parking is available in designated spaces at Oakwood Village - University Woods outdoors & underground. 

To access underground parking:

  • Enter at the stoplight on Mineral Point Rd.; take the left fork & go to the SECOND driveway on the right.  Look for the sign indicating parking. 
  • Press the button located next to the garage door to speak to attendant; say you are there for a PLATO Lecture.
  • Park in any available Visitor space.

Lecture Questions? Contact Tim Otis at: e-Mail - tierneyotis@gmail.com or phone 608 233-1050.


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