Parenting in the time of COVID-19? Consider these 6 tips from the WHO Millions of families around the world are isolating together or social distancing The World Health Organization has six tips to help make it a positive experience. It recommends spending quality time together and keeping things positive. A daily schedule and exercise can […]Read More →
Are you looking for fun, free events in Burnaby? Summer time is an opportunity to change gears and shift down to SLOW. We can reconnect with our families and share moments of exploration, discovery, togetherness and fun. Please have a look at the following websites that provide so many options for keeping active this summer […]Read More →
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from parents who are wistful for the day when
their child can talk, or their child can walk,
or from parents who can’t wait for the day
when their child is toilet-trained or when
their child can read to themself.
Raising a young family today can be busy.
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Children and attended our Summer Fundraiser.
And special thanks to those who donated their
talents, their time and special gifts to the Silent
The Speakeasy Bar & Grill for use of their venue,
Marlee Eheler for her time and organizational
skills, James Alexander, John Docherty and the
Contra-band for their great music,
Tengo dancers, Deborah Lynn &
Santiago Yanez for their passionate dance
and donation of beginners tango workshop.
Glenn Knowles of GEM Chocolates,
Antonella Beifini of Citrus Hair Salon,
Haley Automotive Group,
the Vancouver Aquarium, Ron Gerhards,
Starbucks Coffee, Ethical Bean Coffee,
Louise Salvino, Kitsilano Liquor Store,
Diane Van Dyke & Leonora Weishaupt,
Selma Sailor, Jean Koepke,
Miguelina Lopez, Lynda Lougheed,
and Don Whitney, Sewell’s Safari.