North Suburban Child and Family Resource Network

Family Programs

 
Hello Baby! Now What?
Mondays, July. 6 – August 10, 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Location: Nazarene Church of Melrose, 2 Short Street, Melrose
The first months of parenthood are a wonderful time to meet new friends and make connections in your community. Come meet others while discussing issues and challenges related to being a new parent. This group provides an open forum to acquire information, share ideas, and reflect on your own process of adjusting to parenthood. Guided discussion topics, and guest speakers will emerge based on the interest of parents in the group. Come when you can and stay for as long as you are able. No registration required. Contact Kathy at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions.
Family Resource Network on the Road
Join staff members from the Family Resource Network from 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. for a morning of fun with friends.   Please make sure you sign in.  We will bring bubbles, puzzles, books, and information regarding other family fun and resources in the community.   We will gather to sing some songs, read a book, bring out the parachute or have a parade. This is a great opportunity to meet old friends or come and make new friends.   Don’t forget your sunscreen, a drink and a snack.  If it is raining and we are scheduled for an outdoor location, we will not be playing.   Call the Family Resource Network at 781-246-5187 if you are in doubt.   Drop-in.  
Family Resource Network on the Road Locations       Time:  10 - 11 a.m.
Thursday, July 16  Ginn Field, 35 Waterfield Road, Winchester                 
Tuesday, July 21 Flint Memorial Library, Activity Room, 147 Park Street, North Reading   
Wednesday, July 22    Mapleway Park off Greenwood Avenue, Wakefield
Thursday, July 23 Steele Park (behind Stoneham Town Hall), Pine Street,      Stoneham     
Tuesday, July 28  Ginn Field, 35 Waterfield Road, Winchester
Wednesday, July 29     Mapleway Park off Greenwood Avenue, Wakefield
Thursday, July 30  Tot Lot, Bancroft Street (by the tennis courts), Reading
Tuesday, August 4 Steele Park (behind Stoneham Town Hall), Pine Street, Stoneham     
Wednesday, August 5    Mapleway Park off Greenwood Avenue, Wakefield
Thursday, August 6 Ginn Field, 35 Waterfield Road, Winchester
Tuesday, August 11 Flint Memorial Library, Activity Room, 147 Park Street, North Reading     
Wednesday, August 12    Mapleway Park off Greenwood Avenue, Wakefield
Thursday, August 13 Lynnfield Library Children’s Room, 18 Summer Street, Lynnfield

Creative Coping for New Moms: This free program is designed for first time moms with children under the age of one. Join us for this eight-week program that offers presentations on special parenting topics including healthy nutrition and physical activity for moms and babies. Childcare support is available. Please call 781-338-7607 for additional information or to register for our next session. The program is partially funded by The Children’s Trust in collaboration with Hallmark Health System.

   

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