Saturday, April 19, 2014
Meets every Thursday at Gateway Church in The Dalles. It's a free opportunity for children 0-5. Fun activities, playground & more.
It's a year round 12 week parenting series in The Dalles on Wednesday nights. Parents, grandparents, and
caregivers of children from newborn to age 12 will enjoy learning about:
The importance of play,
helping your child learn, discipline, child development, praise and encour- agement and more. This 12-week series may be joined at any time, after calling to register.
For children 6-12, camp activites range from martial arts, yoga, nature awareness and ancestral skills. Campers are led in a variety of social, movement and game based activities. Email for more info
Starting in May, every Thursday from 6-7pm, with over 20 vendors selling locally raised vegetables, fruit, meat, cheese, eggs, bread and more. In addition, the live music, local hot food vendors and festive family-friendly atmosphere that have become beloved market traditions continue.
Please join us! Ride in antique cars, watch the antique planes take off and land, eat ... drink ... be merry!
Join us the of each month Second Saturday, when WAAAM gets the engines running. Check the WAAAM Museum Website
for more info on events throughout the season.
It's everything you'd like to know about opportunities & resources for parents - welcome baby resources, library story times, playgroups, wonderworks playstation, parenting classes for toddlers to teens!
This group is designed to guide students in developing appropriate social skills important for students as the create friendships and being to participate in various school and community activities. Emphasis will be in communication skills, working with others and friendship skills. Group begins September 26, every Wednesday from 5-6pm. Call Kidsense
at 541-386-0009 for more information and to register.
The Hood River County Library announces
that the Association of Library Services to Children has created a guide to parents
for their child’s
online use. See their recommended
websites for kids
Walk through the main entrance of Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital, and chances are you will notice the smell of coffee—and the energy of high school students at Sacred Grounds Coffee Shop. The Youth Transition Program at Hood River Valley High School is using the café to provide valuable work experience for youth with barriers to employment.
April 19 from 10am to noon at Jackson Park in Hood River, it's a kids Safety Fair, Easter Egg Hunt, Facepainting, a Puppet Show and more.
Hood River County Library and New Parent Services Playgroups happening each week for children.
It's a science class where kids will experiment with electricity and create a small project. April 19th from 4 - 4:45pm.
Happening throughout the month of April, including the Blossom Craft Show April 19-20.
Come join the Hood River Waterfront Community Park Assoc. Adopt a Plot Weeding Event. See the Gorge Owned website
for more earth day events.
The Columbia Gorge Breastfeeding Coalition will begin a newly formed mother-to-mother support group that offers guidance during this important time. The group is conducted by a trained facilitator who listens and guides the discussion, the first and third Wednesday each month at Riverside Church in Hood River from noon to 1.
Parents share their personal experiences related to Sensory Processing Disorder. Meetings will take place the 2nd Monday of Every month.
Here are a few excellent places to check for information or to call when
you, a parent or a teenager you know needs some quick support and help.
Parent Trust for Washington
Parent Trust Family Help Line
: 1-800-932-HOPE (4673) - Toll-free in
Washington State Teenline