Events, features and things to do for families in New Hampshire
NASHUA – As parents, we all experience the joys – and challenges – that come in raising our children. The Family Resource Center of Greater Nashua is offering area parents and caregivers the opportunity to discuss issues related to parenting at a special sixteen-week series of workshops that will be offered in four-week modules. Come to one module or join us for all!
The workshop is designed specifically for parents and others who are parenting children under age five. The series will run from Tuesday evenings from 6-8 p.m. at the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua, 47 Grand Ave.
The first module will start Oct. 24 and run through Nov. 13.
The program is being facilitated by Prevention Makes Cents and offered in collaboration with Child and Family Services.
Weekly topics of discussion will include:
Call Lori Fowler at 883-0523, ext. 215 for program details. Information can also be requested by sending an email to FRCNashuaPrograms@gmail.com. Please specify that you are interested in the “Nurturing Parenting” workshop in your email.
The Family Resource Center of Greater Nashua is a collaborative effort of a group of Nashua family-serving organizations led by the Adult Learning Center, Boys & Girls Club of Greater Nashua, Child and Family Services, Greater Nashua Healthy Community Collaborative, Prevention Makes Cents, Southern New Hampshire Services, and the UNH Cooperative Extension-Hillsborough County.
The Family Resource Center of Greater Nashua provides an on-going schedule of programs on a variety of topics. Many are offered free of charge. Complimentary child care is available for many programs. Call 883-0523, ext. 215 for information on upcoming programs or email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive notices when new Family Resource Center programs are offered.