Children’s Learning Center

Building a New Generation. 

Mid-State Children’s Learning Center, soon to be Little Antlers Learning Center, is a service of Mid-State Health Center and provides early childhood education and childcare to families in the Plymouth, NH area. Our Learning Center is committed to providing an approach to early childhood education that fosters natural curiosity, nurtures independence and selfconfidence, and inspires a lifelong love of learning.

According to a feasibility study conducted late last year, the area has licensed childcare for only 25% of the region’s infants and toddlers. To meet the needs of our community, Little Antlers has plans to expand its childcare providing space for 60+ children from infant through preschool-aged children.

Little Antlers Learning Center Logo

The new learning center expansion will ensure families have a place for their children to learn, grow, and play. The building itself will serve as a learning model to the children and community with:

  • State of the art energy-efficient building complete with solar panels to reduce environmental impact
  • High-quality HVAC system to allow for ventilation for increased infection control
  • Indoor and outdoor play areas to allow for physical activity no matter what the NH weather brings
  • A garden for the children to grow fresh foods and be taught about nature and healthy eating

The expansion of MSCLC will allow us to continue to uphold our mission by providing significant social and economic benefits to the community through the delivery of high-quality childcare services to an increased number of children and families. The new building will be easily accessible to families, located at 742 Tenney Mountain Highway in Plymouth.

A Sneak Peek of our New Facility at 742 Tenney Mountain Highway

For information on how to get involved in Mid-State’s CLC Expansion Project, email:

Audrey Goudie, Director of Marketing, Communication, and Philanthropy

For information about Mid-State’s CLC Enrollment information, email:

Alison Murphy, Children’s Learning Center Director