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By: Network 4 Change  09-12-2011

Play Pals is a drop in play group open to all parents, grandparents and other care-providers of children. 

Each week is a different themed event with activities, crafts, music and a snack.  No registration is required.  Program is free though a suggested donation of $2 per family/session is appreciated to help offset the costs of supplies.  Through good old fashioned play kids get to enrich their gross and fine motor skills, literacy and numeracy skills as well as their social and emotional skills as they prepare to head off to the Kindergarten in the coming years.  Parents get the opportunity to share their experiences and knowledge with other parents as well as build up their own natural support system that makes the fun but tough job of parenting a bit more easier on the difficult days.

Oct 7, 2011: Thanksgiving

Oct 14, 2011: Bananas About Books

Oct 21, 2011: Amazing Animals

Oct 28, 2011: Halloween … Imagine It … Come in Costume

November 4, 2011: Cool Concepts

November 11, 2011: Remembrance Day - No Program

November 18, 2011: Physical Fun

November 25, 2011: ABC’s & 123’s

December 2, 2011: Musical Magic

December 9, 2011: Creative Kids

December 16, 2011: Getting Ready for the Holidays … Come make a present for Mom & Dad

PROGRAM BREAKS FOR HOLIDAY…. SEE YOU AGAIN JANUARY 13, 2012!

The information in this article was current at 06 Dec 2011


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