A Public Health Nurse will be on-site at the Lambton College EarlyON Centre every Monday morning from 9:30 – 11:30 AM to do weigh in’s, discuss your child’s growth and development and address any concerns you may have.
A Public Health Nurse is on site to discuss your child’s growth and development, and address any concerns that you may have. To speak to a Public Health Nurse outside of these drop-in times, call: (519) 383-8331 Ext. 3817
A librarian from your local library will be dropping in at the Coronation Park EarlyON Centre for a Storytime and to share information about library programs and resources from 10:30-11:30am.
Have questions about feeding your baby? Come with your questions about breast, bottle and first foods. To register for this program, please email [email protected]
A librarian from your local library will be dropping in at the Lambton College EarlyON Cetnre for a Storytime and to share information about library programs and resources from 11:00am-12:00pm.
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 and address your concerns, and offer breastfeeding support.
Join educators virtually from the Lambton College and Coronation Park EarlyON Centres for songs, rhymes and stories. Click here to join.
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.
A Public Health Nurse will be at the Port Lambton EarlyON site the first Thursday of every month. Laura from Lambton Public Health will be in to weigh your child and discuss any questions/concerns including feeding, breastfeeding, growth and development.
Stephanie McPhee, Public Health Nurse with Lambton Public Health will be on site to discuss your child's growth and development and address your concerns.
Families with infants 1-8 months are welcome to join this 4-week program. Parents will learn techniques to soothe and connect with their baby. Infant massage can help aid with sleep, colic and indigestion for your child. Registration is required.
Join us for a fun time of reading books, singing songs, and playing games with our local librarian.