About the Playroom

The Playroom is a 5,500 sq foot STEAM play space designed for children to explore, create, and discover!

The Playroom features ball pits, climbing structures, a magnetic maze & gear walls, a LEGO table, a race track, a giant train table, a puppet theater, ride-ons, and life-size foam blocks for building. 

Children move around the facility with their accompanying adult at their own pace. There are no right or wrong answers at The Playroom, just lots of fun!

The Playroom was founded not only as a learning center but with the whole child in mind, and an opportunity to observe and interact with others helps children to develop interpersonal skills. 

Time spent in The Playroom gives families the opportunity to meet others with children of similar ages, observe others in play, and play in cooperation with peers. 

The Playroom is full of opportunities for children to explore at their own pace. The Playroom runs on kid power!

The Playroom is open daily for drop-in play. Adults are required to stay with their children and play together. 

Our Mission




The Playroom seeks to provide a nurturing environment where children can create, explore, & discover. We work hard to maintain high levels of instruction, festive celebrations, and daily unlimited play.


The Playroom has saved my sanity! As the mom of a VERY active two year old I appreciate having a safe, clean, and educational environment where my child can explore.  It also gives me the opportunity to talk with someone other than a two year old all day.   The nominal fee is for ALL DAY PLAY; what can be better than that?
Mom of Piper, 2

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Keri Demos

Meet The Owner & Instructor

Ms. Keri is the owner, operator, & StoryPlay teacher at The Playroom. 

After teaching for eight years in the Autism Program at The Kennedy Krieger Institute in Baltimore, Ms. Keri worked for two years in home-based ABA programming.

She created StoryPlay for preschoolers and began teaching through Harford County’s Parks & Recreation program.

As demand grew, she transformed her teaching space from various locations in Harford County to a special place she named The Playroom. 

  • BA Adaptive Physical Education
  • MS Early Childhood Special Education

Kelsey Kinnear


As a University of Delaware Graduate, Kelsey worked with at-risk teens in Baltimore city which sparked her passion for teaching. She taught Special Education for seven years and earned her Masters degree from Notre dame of Maryland for Leadership in Teaching in Special education.

Currently, she is the proud momma of two little kids and teaches the Playroom Pre-K class. Additionally, she has enjoyed teaching summer day camps the last two years at The Playroom.

  • MA Leadership in Teaching in Special Education

Angie Lundrogen


Miss Angie has over 20 years of experience working with children from infancy to 12 years of age and has written papers on the importance of sensory play, process art, and hands-on experience.

For nine years she managed and ran creative movement, sensory, process art, and STEM classes.

In addition to teaching at The Playroom Miss Angie is currently the owner of STEAM Quest Kits.

  • BA Anthropology & History
  • MS Early Childhood Education
  • 8 years of training in ballet and creative movement
  • 12 years of experience teaching toddler movement classes