Upcoming Event

Living Through Grief (ages 18+)

Living Through Grief

We all need a support system to help us as we move through our grief journey.  While family and friends are vital, unless they have experienced a close personal loss, they most likely do not fully “get it.” That is where Living Through Grief can become a valuable resource for you. 

Dadurday (ages 0 - 6 and guardians)

Dadurday

After working hard all week, it’s time for dads to get down and do what they do best…play actively with their children.  Active play encourages curiosity about the world, and supports children to follow rules and instructions.  This day is filled with climbing, jumping, a few tunnels and lots of fun!

Bus Drivers Coffee Break (Cold Lake Bus Drivers)

Bus Drivers Coffee Break

Bullying can occur whenever children gather, and that includes the school bus.  “Bullying can be easy to miss on the school bus as drivers are busy concentrating and cannot easily supervise all the students while driving.  However, it is important that drivers are alert to all signs of aggressive behavior.  Bus drivers are not only responsible for getting students to school safely; they must also ensure students are safe while on the journey”. 

P.L.O.W (Parent Link on Wheels) (ages 0 - 6 and guardians)

P.L.O.W (Parent Link on Wheels)

Join a Parent Link staff at the following location for early childhood development opportunities.  This program offers a variety of play activities that encourage the development of physical skills and offers an opportunity for social connections for both adults and children.

Body Language (ages 18+)

Body Language

According to experts, nonverbal signals make up a huge part of daily communication.  From our facial expressions to our body movements, the things we do not say can still convey volumes of information.  We can communicate one message with our words and something completely different from what we are doing with our body.  Understanding body language can help improve communication with people who have significant relationships in our lives.

Going Back to Work (ages 18+)

Going Back to Work

Going back to work after a maternity or paternity leave can be filled with complex emotions.  You may ask yourself, or worry, if you are doing the right thing for your family and your child.  This workshop is designed to explore those fears and identify how to balance your time between home, work and your child.  Learn some tips on how to make this transition easier for everyone.  Coffee and snacks are provided.

Baby Blues (ages 18+)

Baby Blues

Are you struggling after having a baby?  Do you feel as if the day-to-day pressures are too much to handle for you or your partner?  Postpartum depression is a type of mood disorder connected with childbirth, which affects both sexes. 

Baby Yoga (ages 8 weeks to 1 year and guardians)

Baby Yoga

Baby yoga is based on traditional yoga movements, which have been used to help improve health and wellbeing.  Baby yoga sessions also include massage and songs to relax and captivate baby’s attention and to increase the fun.  There will be gentle yoga-inspired stretches for you too!  Babies must be 8 weeks old by the start of class.

Shake, Rattle and Roll (ages 0 - 6 and guardians)

Shake, Rattle and Roll

You will be singing and dancing your heart out, as you listen and move to different kinds of music and play instruments in the Parent Link Centre band!  Music supports gross and fine motor skills as well as coordination.

Community Connections (all ages)

Community Connections

In partnership with the Dove Centre, Cold Lake and District FCSS will be hosting a monthly learning social and we would like to invite the community to attend.  Individuals, families, groups and schools are welcome and encouraged to join us for these welcoming and inclusive afternoons.

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