strengthening families by providing parent education and family activities.

*Note the Family Center Office is still closed to the public, no in person programs are available!

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November Program Dates

Drive Thru Drop-In- Wednesday November 4, Thursday November 12 & Tuesday November 17,  10:00 -11:00 AM

Virtual Drop-In - November 24 at 10 AM

1-2-3 Magic zoom - November 5 at 6 PM

123 Magic (America’s #1 Discipline Program): Need a more effective discipline approach? Learn practical and effective behavior management techniques without yelling, arguing, or spanking. Learn solutions that work even for challenging behaviors. Learn how to stop the whining, teasing, arguing, fighting, tantrums, and many other difficult behaviors.

Free Program!  Books available for purchase( $15).

Call the Family Center at 262-338-9461 to register by Monday, November 2.
Presenter: Ann Fuerbringer-Parent Educator

Raising Resilient Children- November 10 at 6 PM

One of the most important tasks of parenthood is helping children learn to deal with their emotions.  All children experience periods of stress in their lives and need the emotional skills to deal with it.  Emotional resilience involves six key skills; recognizing and accepting feelings, expressing feelings appropriately, having a positive outlook, developing effective ways of coping, being able to deal with negative feelings and being able to manage stressful events.  Join us on zoom to  learn some ideas on how to help your kids become emotionally resilient.

Free, but you must​ register

Presenter: Carol Bralich, Triple P Educator, Human Development and Relationships Educator, Associate Professor, Extension Washington County

**Call the Family Center at 262-338-9461 to register

Zoom Let’s Start with a Book-Peppa Pig Ballet Lesson: I know another zoom, but we are really trying hard to keep connected with you our fabulous families. Right now we will have to do it this way. The story follows Peppa Pig as she learns a beautiful dance routine at her first ballet lesson. Can she remember all the steps to show Mummy and Daddy Pig? Books and projects will be able to be picked up at the Family Center.

Call the Family Center to register at 262-338-9461. 

Nothing is More important than family!