Nicole and Laura, Public Health Nurses with Lambton Public Health will be on site during the Petrolia Infant afternoon program to weigh your infants, discuss your child's growth and development, address your concerns, and offer breastfeeding support.
Jacqueline Angus, Infant Development Specialist with St. Clair Child & Youth Services will be coming to the Forest EarlyON Centre to answer your questions about your children’s growth and development (gross and fine motor, communication, sleep, eating, social emotional etc.).
Connie VanBellinghen, Registered Dietitian with Lambton Public Health will be available to answer any questions you may have about feeding your child. Topics can include breast and bottle feeding, first foods, picky eating, healthy snacks and meals.
Jan Fairbairn-Burr, Infant Development Specialist with St. Clair Child & Youth Services will be joining the Infant afternoon program to answer your questions about your children's growth and development (gross and fine motor, communication, sleep, eating, social-emotional etc.)
Join Ska:na Family Learning Centre on Saturday, January 14th from 10:00am-12:00pm as we create our own sensory bags for children and families of all ages. We will be introducing "A Tasting Moment" where we try different fruits or vegetables with our snack! Activities will also be available for children who prefer to stay and play.... Read more »
Facilitated by the Early Literacy Specialist, during this online program, families with infants 0 to 12 months, will engage in songs, rhymes and books and learn more about supporting their child's early literacy and language development. Please register by Wednesday, January 11 by emailing [email protected]
Lynne Brown, Dietitian with North Lambton Community Health Centre, will be available to answer any questions you may have about feeding your child. E.g., breast, bottle, first foods, picky eating etc. A breastfeeding peer will also be available for support.
Join us on Tuesday, January 24th from 1:00-3:00pm with Dago Maajiigoog Binoojiinyag families out at Aamjiwnaang for a nature walk while we learn Anishinaabemowen words for the various birds and we make Bineshiinh (Bird) feeders to hang along the path! This is a pre-registered event with limited space. To register, please email [email protected] or at... Read more »
Join us for live virtual conversations that support and connect individuals, parents, and caregivers with discussions of: Current Events Indigenous-led Learning Guest Speakers Community Resources Other Information To register and receive the virtual link, please email regist[email protected] with the program name, your name, and city/town.
Join EarlyON Educators and community partners on Friday, January 27th from 10:00am - 12:00pm for Family Literacy Day experiences at the buildings near the Animal Farm at Canatara Park. There will be storytelling, creative experiences, etc. for children and families. No registration required. Dress for the weather.
Join Shelley, the Early Literacy Specialist, for this online program where we will explore the book The Biggest Snowman Ever by Steve Kroll and Jeni Bassett. A free book kit including the book and additional materials will be available to pick up before the program. Program best suited for children 3 years of age and... Read more »
Nicole and Laura, Public Health Nurses with Lambton Public Health will be on site during the Petrolia Infant afternoon program to weigh your infants, discuss your child’s growth and development, address your concerns, and offer breastfeeding support.
Come and join us for some engaging early literacy opportunities. A Lambton County Community Librarian will be dropping in at the St. Clair EarlyON Centre every Thursday morning from 9:30-10:30am to share resources, create literacy opportunities, and provide families with information about our library services.
Join EarlyON Educators for a 4-week registered Fun with Baby program on Thursday mornings from 10:00-11:00am in February (February 2, 9, 16 & 23) at the Coronation Park EarlyON Centre. Through songs, stories and rhymes, parents/caregivers of infants 0-12 months will discover the benefits of experiences that promote language learning. Responding to the sounds, babbling... Read more »