For community members interested in growing their own healthy, chemical free food in 2017. will be a general interest meeting Tuesday, January 24th, from 6:30-7:30pm in the Adrian District Library’s conference room.
Please join us in 2017 for our Three Part Series "What Makes your Family Strong" will help enhance your parenting/caregiver skills to help you cope with the everyday stressors to keep your family strong! Dinner and childcare provided. You can register here. For dates, times and locations, please refer to the flyer below.
Provided by MHP Salud and in partnership with the Community Action Agency and WIC. The Class is open to anyone interested in learning more about healthy pregnancies. For more information contact: Belinda Burciaga Community Health Worker email@example.com
Please join us for our Free December Parent Network Meeting with Valorie Veld from Lenawee Heart & Soul on Thursday, December 1st. We will be learning about "Play: It's the Way Young Children Learn"! You can register here! Dinner and Child Care are provided free of charge! Dinner starts at 5:30 p.m. at the Porter Center on Sutton Road.
Are you looking for more information about the MiAble Program? Michigan Family to Family Health Information Center is pleased to offer a free webinar with information for induviduals and their families! November 17, 2016, 9:30 am to 10:30 am. You can register at https://mphi.wufoo.com/forms/f2f-able-act-webinar/
Please join us for our Free November Parent Education Class with Valorie Veld from Lenawee Heart & Soul on Thursday, November 3rd. She will be teaching us all about how Early Math Matters! You can register here! Dinner and Child Care are provided free of charge! Dinner starts at 5:30 p.m. at the Porter Center on Sutton Road.
The Michigan State Police Monroe Post, in collaboration with Promedica Bixby Hospital, is hosting a free Car Seat Check event where nationally certified technicians will ensure children are in the correct car seat and help parents and caregivers install seats correctly.
It's that time of year again, Lenawee Great Start will be kicking off our 2016-2017 Parent Education Series on October 6th. Our October topic, Tweezing, Pouring, Scooping and Pinching: Exploring Ways to Strenghthen Fine Motor Skills will be led by Valorie Velds from Lenawee's Heart and Soul. Dinner and Childcare are provided free of charge. For more information on topics, check out the flyer below, click here to register.
The Lenawee Department on Aging has partnered with Lenawee Great Start to host the first annual Grandparent Bootcamp. This free educational opportunity will take place on Tuesday, September 20th 2016 at the Adrian First Church of the Nazarene, 50 Industrial Dr in Adrian. Bootcamp will start at 9am until 2:30pm. Lunch, as well as a light breakfast will be provided.