Children are born to learn! This program will help parents find out how to encourage their child's learning throughout the early years. Topics covered with include how to support your child's development, effective discipline, creating a learning friendly household, and how to avoid some common parenting mistakes. A snack and free childcare is provided.
The Surise Optimist Club meets every Thursday morning 7:30 at the Harmony Cafe at 1660 West Mason Street Green Bay. Our goal is to help the kids at Jefferson Middle School. Join us for Breakfast and decide if you would like to join our club. Questions contact John at 920-360-5711.
All adults with learning disabilities are invited to attend an 11-week support group, “Adults Living with Learning Differences”. The group begins March 3rd and will meet Thursdays from 6:30 p.m. until 8 p.m. Michele Moldenhauer, MAC who is a counselor with Living Hope Christian Counseling will facilitate the group. The group will be held at St. Mark’s Church, 2066 Lawrence Drive, DePere, WI. Participants will explore what it means to have a learning disability or difference and how it can impact their lives. They will also be able to explore their strengths, share struggles, and discuss strategies for success. Weekly topics will include: ¨Living with a Learning Disability ¨Difference or Disability? ¨Can It Really Be That Difficult? ¨Strengths & Struggles ¨Emotions ¨Strategies for Success ¨Coping in the Workplace ¨Community Involvement ¨Coping with School ¨Community Service ¨Celebration Individuals interested in attending the group are asked to register by contacting Living Hope Christian Counseling at (920) 338-8699 before February 17th.Each participant will be invited to an initial individual meeting in February with the facilitator. Cost for the 11-week group is $20 payable at the initial meeting
Spend an evening under the stars! Learn about stars, constellations, mythology, and make your own star chart to take home. Dress for the weather, hot beverages will be provided. Free public program. Call 715-732-7784 for more information.
Over the last couple of years, everyone has heard about the opportunities to do business with both federal and state governments. This conference will bring together both federal and state representatives as well as some of their successful contractors to give you a practical guide in doing business with the various governments. Who should attend – any small business that is interested in entering or expanding their Government sales. Topics will include: ·How the State of Wisconsin Government Buys ·How the Federal Government Buys ·How to use Teaming and other Partnering in Government Contracting ·Update on Current Federal Small Business Programs ·Update on Current State Small Business Programs ·Financial Resources for Small Business ·A Mentoring Panel – Learning from those that have SUCCEEDED We are also pleased to welcome Paul PierAgostini from Northwire in Osceola as our guest speaker and panel moderator.
If you’re thinking of starting, improving or expanding a business, this conference is for you! The 2011 Women’s Business Conference will connect you with the resources you need to be a success. At this full-day conference, you’ll learn from established members of the business community in Western Wisconsin, talk to business assistance providers, and network with hundreds of like-minded entrepreneurs.
More than 90 businesses and business resources will be on hand to display their services and products in the exhibitor hall. Sixteen educational sessions and roundtables will cover a wide range of business topics. One-on-one counseling is available for you to discuss your specific business ideas with industry experts. This is the only conference of its kind in Wisconsin – just one day of education and networking could make an enormous impact on your future.
Scholarships are available. Pay only $15 for the entire day, if your income qualifies. If you would like to apply for a scholarship, please call 715-836-7511 ext. 171 or visit the scholarship portion of our website. The 2011 Women’s Business Conference is presented by the Western Dairyland Women’s Business Center, a program of the Western Dairyland Community Action Agency.
The Financial GROWTH Workshop 'Buffet' is the kick-off to our Financial GROWTH Program, which entails monthly financial workshops to help community members gain more knowledge about their finances and to help lead them to a greater financial stability. The 'Buffet' Workshop will give an overview of the additional monthly workshops and provide information about the opportunity of receiving some financial coaching as part of the program. Please contact Mackenzie Moesch or Kent Gross if you are interested in attending at 920-448-3075.
4th Annual Community Resource Fair & Family Fun Day
MARK YOUR CALENDARS for the 4th annual Community Resource Fair and Family Fun Day, Thursday April 21, 2011. Last year, over 56 non-profit agencies and 600 people participated in this one of a kind event.Take a family hike through the resource center, browse booths showcasing local community services, explore fun family activities located at outposts such as Baby Bend, Toddler Trail, Preschool Path and Library Lagoon. Vision, hearing screening and developmental screenings for children ages 3, 4 & 5 will also be offered. The event is free of charge and open to all families with young children.
Date/Time: Thursday, April 21, 2011 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM to 6:30 PM
Location:The Family Resource Center Fox Cities, 1165 Appleton Road, Menasha, WI
Passover Seder Meal. Enjoying as Christians; our Jewish roots with a traditional Passover Seder meal. The meal follows the Passover and includes a lamb stew. The location is 9th Street Christian Center at 512 9th Street; Green Bay, WI 54304. Tickets are $10 for adults; and $6 for children 12 and under. Takes place on Holy Thursday; April 21st before Easter.
Fox Valley Christian Academy invites you to discover Christian education at its finest by attending our Preschool Open Door Day. Bring your student and explore the classroom, meet the teacher, and create a fun project.
A student-directed adaptation of Nzotake Shange’s seminal work. The play explores the unique experiences of seven women of color as they navigate through struggles with racism, sexism, love, childbirth, and other life challenges. Free and open to the public.