New businesses in the Maple Valley, Covington, Black Diamond area

Cascadia Kids Dentistry

  • BY Wire Service
  • Wednesday, August 10, 2016 6:04pm
  • Business

Cascadia Kids Dentistry

A new dentist specializing in pediatric services has come to Maple Valley.

Cascadia Kids Dentistry is the new name for what was Dentistry for Kids.

Dr. Nick Raklios is the new owner and pediatric dentist at Cascadia.

The hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays by request.

Cascadia offers infant, proactive, pain free laser and emergency dentistry.

They are “a fresh dental haven where parents, children and dentist collaborate to guide tiny smiles to adulthood,” Raklios wrote.

Cascadia is located at 26812 Maple Valley-Black Diamond Road.

You can reach them by phone at 425-432-2200 or by email at info@cascadiakidsdentistry.com.

For more information visit their website, cascadiakidsdentistry.com.

The Little Farm Preschool

A new preschool will be opening its door come September 2016 in Maple Valley.

Mother and daughter duo, Margo Swift and Christina Skinner, are opening The Little Farm Preschool for children 2 1/2 to 5 years old.

The preschool is now registering children for the upcoming school year.

The Little Farm will follow the academic calendar of the Tahoma School District, according to their website.

They will hold morning classes from 9 to 11:30 a.m.

They will provide a blend of outdoor and indoor activities.

The preschool is located on five acres of land where children will explore, garden, care for animals and much more.

The Little Farm is located at 26427 SE 196th Street in Maple Valley.

You can reach them at 253-318-6910 or by email at thelittlefarmpreschool@gmail.com.

For more information visit their website thelittlefarmpreschool.com.


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