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The Coalition for Children Newsletter
March 3rd-9th is Celebrate Your Name Week!
Hello, my name is...... Have you ever wondered why you have the name you do? Were you named after someone? Does your name have a special meaning? Is your name unique to your family or culture? Do you share your name with a company, brand or famous person?
In honor of National Celebrate Your Name Week, we encourage you to research your name, share the story of your children's name with them, and ask others about the meanings behind their unqiue names, too! Later in the month we'll have a new book list from Eight Cousins Books with more learning ideas!
Play & Learn Groups winter session ends March 22nd!
with Danny Rodrigues, LICSW
March 5th 6:00pm*new date* Falmouth Hospital Burwell Conference Center (Level B).
Show off your new bundle of joy, talk to other dads, listen to a guest speaker and enjoy pizza on us! Free! Let us know you're coming: call 508-457-3632. Click for details
Saturday STEM for Kids: Dinosaurs!
March 9th 10:30am Falmouth Public Library
Miss Lynne with Elements, etc. will explore dinosaurs with hands-on activities in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math for ages 3 and up. Click for details
Summer Camp & Preschool Fair
March 16th 12:30pm*new date!* Gus Canty Recreation Center
We're teaming up with Falmouth Human Services are teaming up again to offer one stop shopping for local summer camps and preschools!Click for details
Parenting & Technology
March 27th, April 3rd & 10th, May 1st KC Coombs School
In this interactive series, author Janell Burley Hofmann engages caregivers in meaningful conversation and helps answer questions that will serve the tech needs of your own family. All participants will receive a copy of Janell’s book, iRules. Click for details
The Coalition for Children is funded by Falmouth’s Coordinated Family & Community Engagement (CFCE) grant. We provide FREE education and support programs for families with children birth to school age.