Windham County Parent Resource Calendar

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* WNESU Calendar
Wednesday, August 16, 2017
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9:00am [9:30am] Bellows Falls Playgroup
Come join us at the Rockingham Rec to play on the new playground. We will climb, slide, swing, blow bubbles and more! Snack and FREE bus rides are included. Call Molly 802-376-6204 or check us out on Facebook WNESU Early Education

[9:30am] New Moms group
For Moms and their babies--ages 0-9 months (approx.) Come hear speakers and/or talk about babies and our lives as Moms. For more info. contact Dawn Kersula at 257-8278

11:00am [11:10am] Lunch at the Library for kids Rockingham Library
ummer Lunch at the Library Have lunch for free at the Library this summer. The lunch program will run from July 5 - August 16 There is no registration, but sign-ups are encouraged so the Library will know how many lunches to order. You can sign up for one day, the whole program, any time in-between, or just drop in! Come for the program - stay for lunch! Programs Start at 10:30am Lunch will be served from 11:15 am - 12pm weekdays from July 5 - August 16. Contact the Library more info. Monday: Game day Tuesday: Storytime with craft Wednesday: Movie - enjoy a family-friendly film Thursday: Storytime Friday - Lego Club For more information and to check out each week’s menu and activities, go to This is a USDA program. USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

6:00pm [6:00pm] Kid's Health, Naturally!
Do you know many children are experiencing chronic health problems such as asthma, severe allergies, anxiety and other stress-related conditions which used to predominantly affect only adults and seniors? Children are subjected to a number of dangerous toxins found in their everyday environment. In this important talk, we'll discuss special nutritional needs for children along with fun ways for them to enjoy a variety of nourishing foods. Learning how to put these ideas into practice can help them avoid disease and chronic health conditions and put them on the path to a healthy lifestyle. Instructor: Cindy Hebbard Cost: $0 - Free Class for Adults You must register for this class: call 802-246-2821 or email [email protected]