“Play is a child’s work.” Interacting with playscapes with themes like Color/Light, Community, Pets, and Transportation will help prepare your preschooler for kindergarten. No registration required; for ages 3-5.
Families Helping Families is an organization providing support for families with a member in the early stages of recovery for drug or alcohol addiction. Co-sponsored by Clearbrook Foundation. For Grades 7 – Adult.
Education about the key concepts of addiction and recovery;
Connections with other families and individuals who have struggled with addiction;
Guest speakers and partners including community leaders like Dr. Mike Mahon, Superintendent of Abington Schools; Dr. A. C. Patel; Lackawanna County Court Judge Michael Barrasse, and U.S. 3rd Circuit Judge Thomas Vanaskie.
A proactive and cooperative effort with community leaders to keep our families safe and healthy.
Any questions? Call Gary Davis @ 570.878.2595 Confidential.
You can make a change for life. This program supplements the care you receive from your primary care providers. During educational sessions, lifestyle coaches will help you create realistic plans to reduce your risks and improve your health. National Diabetes Prevention Program, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. PA FORWARD: HEALTH LITERACY
Jump in any week to join this enthusiastic group of Scrabble players. Can you spell ‘enthusiastic’?
Attend a Block Party and join in the free play with blocks, vehicles, animal and people. There are only 2 ground rules: No throwing blocks, and no knocking someone else’s building down! Come ready to play. For Ages 2-7. No registration required.
Join us for a book discussion, refreshments, and an activity! Teens: 9-12th grade
Join us for a book discussion, refreshments, and an activity! Teens: 5-8th grade
Love to play Minecraft? Interested in meeting with other kids who do too? Bring your devices, books, and creativity and play/discuss Minecraft with friends. Sorry, no instruction provided. For Grades K-6. Please register; registration opens one month prior to event.
Do you knit, bead, make rugs, hand stitch or do any kind of handcraft? Come to share ideas, show off your work and get another crafter’s eye and perception. Chat and meet your neighbors while you work on your craft. Bring any project you’re working on, or come just to be inspired. All levels of experience welcome. Limit 10. For Adults.