Support for attendees with families

The Snowmass 2013 Local Organizing Committee, in cooperation with the Division of Particles and Fields of the American Physical Society will provide assistance, including limited funding as appropriate, to facilitate participation in Snowmass 2103 by parents with young children. For further information, please email marshak@umn.edu .

Child Care

The following facilities provide drop-in child care (minimum one full day), based on availability. They recommend as much advance notice as possible.

KinderCare - Minneapolis (close to campus)

525 Huron Boulevard
Minneapolis, MN 55414
612.623.4642 or 000855@klcorp.com
NOTE: This Center accepts children from age 6 weeks to 5 years ONLY.

KinderCare - Roseville 1 (approximately 6 miles from campus)

181 West County Road B2
Roseville, MN 55113
651.490.1403 or 000649@klcorp.com
NOTE: This Center accepts children from age 6 weeks to 12 years.

KinderCare - Roseville 2 (approximately 6 miles from campus)

2186 North Fairview Avenue
Roseville, MN 55113
651.490.0735 or 000640@klcorp.com
NOTE: This Center accepts children from age 6 weeks to 6 years ONLY.

For other options, here is a link to a page on the University of Minnesota's Human Resources web site. UMN child care information. As it was last compiled in 2011 and not under the jurisdiction of the School of Physics and Astronomy, we cannot vouch for the information being fully current, but we expect it's a helpful start. Please note, the Children's World Centers described on the site are now the KinderCare Centers, listed above.
The University of Minnesota Child Care Center, located on campus and the last item on the page, will NOT be able to provide services to conference attendees.

Summer camps