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The Parenting Place will be offering a new class entitled Alcohol, Anger and Abuse beginning November 2nd. This 5-class series covers alcohol and substance abuse while parenting. Both the sometime inability to manage emotions as well as the possibility that a parent may not know what is happening to their child when they are
Montana Natural History Center This month the Montana Natural History Center has a variety of programs for all ages. Click HERE to list of our events.
The Parenting Place Parenting Place offers free respite care · 4-7pm on Monday and Wednesday nights · Serves children from ages 0-12 · Children receive a nutritious dinner · Supervised by a qualified staff with a 3 children to 1 adult ratio Click HERE for more information.
Mingle. Tour. Connect. Learn. WHAT: A virtual tour of four Homeword developments around the state (i.e., Oullette Place in Lewistown, five single family homes in Anaconda include two rehab and three new construction, Rainbow in Great Falls and Silverbow in Butte). The tour highlights information about Homeword, its programs, and the sustainability features of the
To access a listing of the events and programming taking place at the Children’s Museum October 15-31, please click on the following link. ChildrensMuseum_October15-31_Events
Celebrate Missoula Adoptions! WHAT: The celebration, to include finalization of adoptions, is hosted by Lutheran Social Services, Catholic Social Services, DPHHS and Wendy’s Wonderful Kids. Lunch will be served. WHEN: Tuesday, November 12 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact Tinalynne Haugen at 549-0147 or email@example.com
October is going to be exciting at Missoula Public Library. Along with our usual book discussions, free films, and storytimes, join us for the “Let’s Talk About It: Muslim Journeys” book discussion – our partnership with Humanities Montana (see page one). We also begin our “Death, Dying and the Afterlife” series, in partnership with UM,
“Free or Fairly Cheap” Newsletter To access the October newsletter, please click on the following link. Early-Head-Start_Free-or-Cheap_October
Mingle. Tour. Connect. Learn. WHAT: A virtual tour of four Homeword developments around the state (i.e., Oullette Place in Lewistown, five single family homes in Anaconda include two rehab and three new construction, Rainbow in Great Falls and Silverbow in Butte). The tour highlights information about Homeword, its programs, and the sustainability features of the building. WHEN AND WHERE: Thursday October
Part 1: Summit to Promote Physical Activity Policies and Programs to Increase Student Health and Cognitive Ability FREE OF CHARGE. WHEN: Friday, October 4 from 7:30 a.m. to 12 noon. WHERE: University Center – 32 Campus Drive (UM Campus ). WHAT: FYou are invited to attend an important summit on how physical activity dramatically impacts student health,
To access a listing of events (October 1-14), please click on the following link,\. ChildrensMuseum-October-Events
To access a listing of October events, please click on the following link. MNHC_October-Events
Part 1: Summit to Promote Physical Activity Policies and Programs to Increase Student Health and Cognitive Ability WHEN AND WHERE: Friday, October 4 from 7:30 a.m. to 12 noon, 2013 at The University Center (UM Campus). WHAT: FREE of charge — attend an important summit on how physical activity dramatically impacts students’ health, academic performance
To access the most recent EatSmart Newsletter, please click on the following link. EatSmart_Sep12
The Places We Live WHAT: FREE creative writing workshops for kids ages 8-14 focusing on how place inspires and shapes our creative work through poetry, prose, and visual art. Instructors will be Micah Fields and Rachel Mindell. Participants who attend all three sessions will have the opportunity to create a book filled with a variety of
A Reading of Humble Frog & His 127 Music Loving Friends – Read by Dr. Betsy Grimley WHEN AND WHERE: Friday, October 4th from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Children’s Museum Missoula (225 West Front Street). WHAT: Oliver Grimley, a highly acclaimed artist and educator, passed away at the age of 92 in January of this
The Western Montana Area Health Education Center is offering a series of classes for 7th & 8th graders. For more details, please click on the following link. Brain-Beat
Protect Your Head! WHAT: Low-cost helmets for sale – Bike/Skateboard ($10), Ski/Snowboard ($20) and Equestrian ($23). NEW ITEM – Front and Rear LED Lights ($5 each). WHEN AND WHERE: 12 noon to 3 p.m. on Thursday, October 10 at the Old Western Montana Clinic Building (515 W Front Street). Cash or checks only, please. FOR
Nurturing Program Parenting Class This 15-week class starts on September 24, 2013 and covers all the important parenting information that many parents need. As a bonus the classes have free childcare. Please call 728-5437 (728-KIDS) for more information. Sliding fee system for classes.
Two Training Opportunities WHAT: Hospice care is about living fully until the end of life. Are you interested in listening to people’s life stories or providing companionship for individuals nearing their end of life? Are you a veteran who is interested in helping other veterans with their end-of-life care? Come join us for a two-part