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5 May 2020

Celebrating Youth Influencers

ages 12-17

In recognition of National Youth Week May 1-7, Cold Lake and District FCSS is hosting an informal celebration for community youth leaders. This is an opportunity for youth leaders from sports, culture, the arts, education, recreation and civic advocacy to get together in a fun atmosphere and exchange ideas, celebrate successes and brainstorm about challenges facing youth. A light supper will be provided.

6 May 2020

Cooking for One

ages 18 and over

It is difficult adjusting to eating alone and/or cooking for only one person. Many adults are in a living situation that requires cooking just for themselves. Cooking for one can be just plain boring. Day in, day out, eating alone and the same old thing can quickly turn to eating out or getting in the habit of preparing quick and easy processed meals. Cooking does not need to be difficult to be delicious. Kieran, a Red Seal Chef will teach you to make a number of cost effective and nutritional meals including soup and desserts so delicious that you will want to invite friends over to share your culinary skills.

7 May 2020

National Youth Week Cooking Class

ages 12-17

National Youth Week is dedicated to the celebration of youth and their active participation in our community. Youth are a vital part of FCSS through their volunteerism, their service in Cold Lake Youth Council and their attendance at our programs. Celebrate all youth at this hands-on cooking class. No previous experience is necessary.

15 May 2020

VolunTeening

ages 12-17

The VolunTeening program aims to bring together youth volunteers and seniors with the intention to develop intergenerational social bonds. VolunTeens meet with an FCSS staff member on No School Fridays for themed afternoons of crafting, card playing and games at various locations. VolunTeens will be registered volunteers with Cold Lake and District FCSS.

21 May 2020

How To Stay Calm Under Pressure

ages 18 and over

Pressure situations often lead to high levels of overwhelming stress and anxiety. In fact, pressure situations can trigger a wide variety of unhelpful emotional responses that leave us feeling exhausted and despondent. The presentation is designed to help you develop a more relaxed and carefree demeanor and outlook on life. It outlines the importance of choosing calmness throughout the day. It provides guidelines on how to stay calm under pressure. It walks you through various ways to relax and examines how to stay calm, cool and collected over the long run.

27 May 2020

Family Connections – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

all ages

Having a strong family unit starts with creating the bond. Many times families may become disconnected within the family unit, and the bond becomes strained. This program is intended to build strong family relationships, share family traditions, and increase awareness in the community. It is designed for parents to attend with their children.

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