Explore your child’s creativity through arts, crafts, songs & stories. For children age 2-5. Parent’s participation required. WHEN Wednesday, June 1–29 (no class June 15) 10:30am-12pm COST FREE WHERE #345, 7000 Minoru Blvd. Richmond (Caring Place) REGISTER Kit at 604.279.7100 or firstname.lastname@example.org...Read more
Community Partners! Host a financial literacy workshop for your group. Our free workshops are delivered in partnership with community-based organizations/programs serving diverse populations: low-income participants, women, seniors, immigrants and refugees, and at-risk youth. For more information or to book a workshop contact: email@example.com or call (604) 638-3390 ext. 3166 Pls share!...Read more
Children's Health & Resource FairRead more
- Come learn about preparing your child for school.
- Free open gym.
- Children's activities (including VPL story time)
- Community resources: health, literacy, child emotional and social development, school information and information on childcare.
- Connect with other families and have fun!
Why join a Community Kitchen?
- Try new recipes
- Learn to cook low cost, nutritious meals
- Save money and learn food budgeting
- Gain nutritional tips
- Meet new people
- Practice your English
- Best of all, it’s a free!
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Learn how to access your RESP education grants!
Up to $3200/child! No contributions required.RESPs * Canada Learning Bond *BC Training and Education Savings Grant * Canada Education Savings Grant AND Learn how to get an RESP at
Stand Together 2016
Multi-faceted Training for the Caregiver Professional
FeaturingDr. Gabor Mate: The Myth of Normal: Depression, Anxiety and Addictions from a New Perspective Mar 10 10am-4pm and Carrie DeJong: Supporting Growth and Healing in Children Who have Experienced Developmental Trauma Mar 11 9am-12pm
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Supporting Social and Emotional Health in the Early Years Early years service providers play a critical link in supporting social and emotional health in young children. Join us for this FREE event to learn more about how to support children and families in the early years. Lunch is provided. Date: April 16, 2016 9:30 am – 3:00 pm Creekside Community Recreation...Read more
A new collaborative housing program is setting out to help foster youth transition out of care and alleviate one of the provinces most pressing social issues, youth homelessness. The program, called the Friendly Landlord Network, connects youth transitioning out of care directly with landlords. These youth are guided through the housing process by a local youth serving organization, who...Read more