Hinton Family Centre
A structured program which will include a variety of different activities such as circle time, science experiment, painting, loose play, and so much more. Dress code: come prepared for everything and anything. Goal: to have fun. What to bring: an open creative mind. Parent participation is required. Maximum number of participants is 15 per session. Four sessions available in total - see calendar.
Join Caregiver Education Coordinator for a play session at our Hinton Family Centre for mothers, fathers, grandparents or any caregiver of babies up to 12 months of age. Maximum number of participants is 15.
FCSS office at The West Fraser Guild
Exploring Ability Kits are available to Caregivers of children with special needs. Kits and be borrowed at no cost from the Family Resource Network Education Coordinator. The kits are geared to children 3-12 years of age. The contents of the kits vary and include toys, games, activities, sensory items and more. The kits are designed to offer parents the opportunity to test out different items for their children.
Parents and Caregivers are welcome to bring newborn - 6 year old children to play and socialize.
Hinton Good Companions Hall
Stephanie Brown, the Essential Skills Coach from HELP (Hinton Employment & Learning Place) will be teaching how to use your electronic devices - laptops, tablets, phones.
Trevor Haas the Mental Health Promotion Facilitator with Alberta Health Services will be speaking on how to overcome the WINTER BLAHS.