Join Newburyport Youth Services in a "Judgment Free Zone" to discuss the how grandparents are handling the stress of parenting again. These sessions are meant to provide a time and a place to share feelings, experiences and resources to support each other together. This program is hosted by NYS and facilitated by Kathleen Shaw, LicSW. Free childcare and activities for kids are provided during this meeting - and a FREE light dinner is served!
Join us at The Meetinghouse for an amazing opportunity for parents of young children to learn about opening a dialog about sexuality. The first Sunday of February will be a Parent Orientation and Training; co-led by ‘OWL’ Facilitators and Ran Morgan-Courant from Planned Parenthood; the ‘start’ of the program with children will be Sunday, February 9th.
We would like to welcome new and expectant parents to our baby fair. Join us for baby wearing lessons, a yoga demonstration, and more. There will even be a car seat technician there to check your car seat!
"I argue with my kids all the time about the appropriate amount of time to be on Fortnite; how do I strike an appropriate balance?” Sound familiar? If you're an adult who is raising or working with children, come to Tower School for this free event open to the community.
The New England Family Market will be held at Todd Farm Antique and Flea Market.
Route 1A. Rowley, Massachusetts. The vast fields of Todd Farm just finished it's 45th season a the premiere market of it's kind on the North Shore. If you are looking to make a weekend this a weekend trip there is always something new, different and exciting here every Sunday in the summer. Plan to get here early, bring your family and friends and be part of the best flea market around.
Celebrating its six year anniversary, Brookwood’s 4 to 14 Speaker Series: Parenting Elementary School Kids is pleased to welcome writers of note who will once again speak to parents on issues of parenting, raising healthy children, and navigating the ups and downs of family life.
Mark your calendars for our next 4 to 14 Speaker Series event when we host bestselling author Richard Louv on Tuesday, September 27, 2016 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 and are now available.
Tickets are $10 and are now on sale.
Celebrating its fifth year anniversary, Brookwood’s 4 to 14 Speaker Series: Parenting Elementary School Kids is pleased to welcome writers of note who will once again speak to parents on issues of parenting, raising healthy children, and navigating the ups and downs of family life. Mark your calendars for our second speaker of the 4 to 14 anniversary season, on February 10, 2016, for an evening with Dr. Jennifer Bryan who will discuss the topics of gender, sexual identity, and helping our kids navigate gender stereotypes. Tickets are $10 and are now on sale.
Please join Pathways for Children for the upcoming [amazon 0553381466 inline] parent training! This training is great for first time parents as well as “seasoned” caregivers interested in learning Dr. Karp’s methods for soothing and calming babies. Participants receive a free video and swaddling blanket in addition to valuable resource information.
The Amesbury Public Library invites parents to a three session workshop focusing on the goals and needs of a developing teen, fostering cooperation and responsibility, setting limits and problem solving. Registration is required. When you register for one program you are registered for all three sessions. Contact Margie Walker.
Do you feel like your kids are on a race through their childhood in school? The Manchester Memorial Elementary School 5th Grade Class will host a screening of the critically acclaimed 'Race to Nowhere', where a concerned mother turned filmmaker aims her camera at the culture of hollow achievement and pressure to perform that has invaded America’s schools. It is destroying our children’s love of learning and feeding an epidemic of unprepared, disengaged, and unhealthy students. This film focuses on the issues facing children in the school systems of America today, and leaves you thinking about what it really takes to produce a happy, motivated, creative human being.
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