Meg Franz is the contact person for the Nevada County peace. love. swap location. Please click here to contact Meg if you have any questions, comments or feedback.
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peace. love. swap. & play~ it’s a community center, where parents can connect, play one on one with their kids, start and/or be in organized play groups, teach and/or attend classes, enjoy other activities, and also be able to swap outgrown and gently used items that are in great condition in the ’boutique’ area. We feel like the swap & play center will have a great impact on the environment, as well as our local community.
124 Clydesdale Ct. Unit C, off Whispering Pines, across from Peaceful Valley Farm Supply, Grass Valley, CA / 530.913.6848
Members have access to the swap & play 7 days a week from 8am – 8pm. Members have access to a lockbox, which has the key. They get the code when they join, and get an updated code monthly by email when dues are paid.
Non-Member (public) Winter Hours: Mondays from 10am – 12pm.
(Access TO EVERYONE on weekends depends on if a private party is scheduled. Please check online calendar below, our FB Page, or call first on weekends).
Memberships and drop-in rates are available – see the Service & Rates Link above. ** we are ALWAYS looking for people to come and teach a class, lead a playgroup, read or entertain the kids – contact meg if you are interested! Also, contact us for Field trip & non-profit rates – we are always open to working something out if it benefits the community
Ready to enjoy all the benefits of membership?
Join by coming into the center. Questions about memberships can be found by clicking ‘About/FAQ’s’ above (the girl with the paintbrush) – Or just come in during public hours. It’s always FREE to play for first timers during public hours. If you would like to become a member, please print and fill out the membership form above, and then bringing it into the center.