Up the Lake Teens!

13 – 18 year olds are invited to join us for the Youth Art and Culture program on Monday, May 28th from 12 -4pm at the LVCC.
Pastry baking and decorating with Letitia Hamilton.
Free, registration required, limited spaces. Snacks and supplies provided.
For info/registration contact Sarah Evans at 250-353-7691 #207 or sarahevans@nklcss.org.
Program offered by North Kootenay Lake Community Services Society and funded by Kaslo Protective Cup and Province of BC.

The Youth Art and Culture program

is happening for 6-12 year olds in Meadow Creek!
Join us for a Tea Party baking and decorating series with Letitia Hamilton.
Thursdays: May 31, June 7 & 14 from 4-5:30pm at the LVCC.

 

Free, registration required, limited spaces. Snacks and supplies provided.
For info/registration contact Sarah Evans at 250-353-7691 #207 or sarahevans@nklcss.org.
Program offered by North Kootenay Lake Community Services Society and funded by Kaslo Protective Cup and Province of BC.

***Please use contact info provided to register

Healthy Snacks for Families:

….a free workshop in Meadow Creek with Casey McKinnon, holistic nutritionist.  Pregnant women, partners and parents with children under 6 years!  Join us for this hands-on cooking class!  Learn about healthy fats, how protein helps the body and more!  Bring your questions about healthy snacks and enjoy chatting and cooking together with the group.  There will likely be treats to take home at the end!  Childcare provided.  Thursday, May 17^th.  9:30-11:30.  Meadow Creek Family Centre (Jewett school).  Register with Barb Cyr, barbcyr@nklcss.org (mailto:barbcyr@nklcss.org) or 250-353-7691 or at Strong Start!  Offered by North Kootenay Lake Community Services society and proudly supported by Columbia Basin Trust.

Free First Aid course for parents?

 

North Kootenay Lake Community Services is inviting parents of children under 6 to express interest in attending a free first aid course. This would be a full day (could be a weekend) and offered through Selkirk college. There would be no childcare provided on site but babies who are not yet crawling could attend in their parent’s arms.

“Emergency Childcare First Aid” is a Red Cross certification.
Learn what to do when a child needs urgent medical attention. You’ll get an overview of first aid and CPR techniques in an interactive learning environment, while learning many skills needed to recognize and respond to a variety of medical emergencies for children and babies.

Please respond to this email if you are interested. We hope to offer this before summer break if there is enough interest!.    barbcyr@nklcss.org

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Our mailing address is:
North Kootenay Lake Community Services Society
Box 546
336 B Avenue
Kaslo, BC V0G 1M0
Canada