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Kids First Family Resource Centre
110 Provost Street, New Glasgow
902 – 755 -5437 (KIDS)
www.kids1st.ca
Join us on facebook: pictou county kids first
April showers bring May flowers! We look forward to the nicer days as spring has arrived. Have a happy long Easter weekend this month.
Tuesday Morning Stress Busters is a parent information session.
International Volunteer Appreciation Week is April 6-12. At Kids First we rely on volunteers to help make Kids First really great. Thank you to everyone who contributes to our continued success!
Ready, Set, Go students will be back at the centre starting Mon 28 and Wed 30. These children are getting ready to go to big school.
Reminders: If you or your child is sick, please stay home!
Remember: little ears are listening to conversations at the Centre.
Keep both your language and content appropriate!
A safe environment for everyone is what we strive for!
Please do not judge one another! Come together to have fun and help our children grow to be healthy, happy people!
Please remember: Respect the Privacy of others!
Don’t take pictures at Kids First and post them on Facebook!
It is our policy to have signed permission from families for photos.Kids First Family Resource Centre 

Kids First Family Resource Centre

110 Provost Street, New Glasgow, NS

www.kids1st.ca 902-755-5437(KIDS)

Find us on facebook, Pictou County Kids First

 

 

Nurturing Strong African Nova Scotian Families is a family support program for African Nova Scotian parents. This new program is being offered in locations throughout Nova Scotia, including Pictou County!

To register, or for more information, contact facilitator.nsansf@gmail.com 

 

When: Thursdays, beginning March 23rd from 5:3 0 – 7:30 pm

Where: 110 Provost Street, New Glasgow (Kids 1st location)

 

Join us for a meal and take part in conversations about some of the realities faced by African Nova Scotian parents and caregivers. Our goal is to offer a safe space, and provide topic information to begin discussions that encourage parents/caregivers to share information, stories, advice, and support. Working together we can build solutions that nurture strong African Nova Scotian Families in Pictou County.

 

Baby Playtime: This is a new drop-in program specifically designed for new parents with babies 12 months and under. It takes place in our front room on Fridays while our regular drop-in runs. Older siblings and a caregiver can play at drop-in at the same time.

 

Tuesday mornings 9:30-11:30 at Kids First, New Glasgow

This gathering is meant for women

to sit together in a circle and learn about healthy relationships,

with ourselves and with others.

A schedule will be posted on the website:  tearmann.ca

And on Facebook: Tearmann Society for Abused Women

         Pictou County Kids First

Please register at 902-752-0132 or 902-752-2591

Transportation assistance available/onsite childcare 

 

Resource Library: Now open, Check it out!

You can borrow books, videos and Information Kits to help with your parenting job!

Potty Training, Getting Rid of Lice, and more!

 

Trading Post: Don’t forget we have a cupboard where you can trade items or make donations. We have had many generous donations and trades to keep it stocked!

 

Reminder:        Please clean up your own mess. Thank you! 

                          If you or your child is sick, please stay home. 

 

 

 

We come together to have fun and help our children grow to be healthy, happy people!