Come out & join us at the Thursday Night Farmer’s Market!

Come join Chico Community Children’s Center on September 17 between 6:00pm and 9:00pm at the downtown plaza during the Thursday Night Farmer’s Market.  You will have a chance to vote for your favorite non-profit and if you pick Chico Community Children’s Center we may be eligible to earn $500.00 for our center.

There will be four great local entertainers as well as an opportunity to learn more about the agencies in this area and gain resources.


Teacher Position open at the Eaton Road Center!

25 to 30 hours a week, Monday – Friday.

Must be eligible for an Associate teacher permit or a higher level permit and willing to apply for the permit immediately.

Must have knowledge of the Desired Results System of Assessment.

Must have at least 12 units of ECE including core classes (child development, child/family/community, and programs/curriculum) plus 50 plus days of 3+ hours per day within the past 2 years.

For questions or more information contact:

Sue McGuire: (530) 891-5363 or Celina Martinez: (530) 343-9349

Thank You Love Chapmantown! Chapmantown Family Night Out was great!


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We had the opportunity to be invited to  the Love Chapmantown Family Night Out this past Wednesday Oct. 8th. at the Dorothy Johnson Center. It was a fun-filled event with good food, friends, and entertainment. Thank you for inviting our center to participate, it was a wonderful night! We hope for many more community events such as this one.



Love Chapmantown Neighborhood Coalition is a volunteer community group working together for the benefit of its neighborhood.

Meets: 6 p.m. Third Friday of the month, Subud Hall, 574 E. 12th St.; open to the public.

Upcoming events: Free Workshops. Topics: Low and No-Cost Health Care, Low and No Cost Legal Services, First Aid & Disaster Preparedness, Small Urban Gardening. Contact Love Chapmantown for details.

Information: Love Chapmantown on Facebook;; 354-0551


CCCC Partners

CCCC partners and receives funding from the following sources: California Department of Education, the City of Chico, United Way of Northern California, and the Child and Adult Care Food Program.  In order to meet the rising costs of operating our programs, we depend on community donations and fund raising to insure that we can offer high quality programs to income eligible families in our community.