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.
An Educator from SFLC Nwiijkiwensag (Little Friends) will be visiting the Petrolia EarlyON Centre to focus on dagwaagin (fall) and on niibiishan (leaves) moon and kosmaan (pumpkin) through songs, stories and activities. Monday, November 27 at 1:00-2:30 pm
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.
A librarian from your local library will be dropping in at the Bright's Grove EarlyON Centre for a Storytime and to share information about library programs and resources from 10:30-11:30am.
Join us for a fun time of reading books, signing songs, and playing games with our local Librarian. Tuesday, November 7, 21, 28 at 10:30-11:30 am
Come and join us for some insightful conversations about Indigenous culture-teachings. An Indigenous Family Advocate from Ska:na EarlyON will offer creative learning materials-experiences and provide families with information about Indigenous services.
Join educators virtually from the Lambton College and Coronation Park EarlyON Centres from 9:00-10:00am for songs, rhymes and stories. Click here to join.
A local librarian will visit to inform and share exciting programs and opportunities going on at the library, bring fun activities, and share stories and songs at Circle Time.
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.
A Public Health Nurse 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. Wednesday, November 1, 15, 22 & 29 at 1:00-3:30 pm
A Public Health Nurse from Lambton Public Health will be in to weigh your child and discuss any concerns including feeding, breastfeeding, growth and development.
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.
Nicole Pasut, Physical Therapist, from GBACHC, will discuss the anatomy of the pelvic floor and the signs/symptoms that might warrant an assessment of these muscles. Grand Bend—Thursday November 30 at 10 am
Lynne Brown, Registered Dietitian with North Lambton Community Health Centre, will be available to answer any question you may have about feeding your child. Topics can include breast and bottle feeding, first foods, picky eating, healthy snacks, and meals. Friday, December 1
Join us at Ska:na EarlyON as we watch the Indigenous-based movie Brother Bear at our pajama movie and potluck. Pajama's are optional. Please bring a small nut-free dish and bring a list of the ingredients for those may have food restrictions. Stay & Play activities will also be available. 3 Sisters Soup & cornbread will... Read more »