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The online Indwelling Spirit 4 week Christian childbirth class is an engaging and interactive course which will ensure that each attendee learns about stages of pregnancy, wellness, coping techniques, newborn care and breastfeeding.
Every Tuesday in April 6pm-8:30pm EST
Contact Kerry-Ann for payment arrangements or questions at 850-296-0987
Florida Housing Finance Corporation is hosting a statewide art contest inviting kids across all counties in Florida to submit their unique designs showcasing what the word “home” means to them.
The top 40 designs, chosen by an internal review committee, will be prominently displayed in the Florida Housing Finance Corporation building in Tallahassee throughout the month of June in honor of National Homeownership Month. The artwork will also be published on Florida Housing’s website.
Kids & teens between the ages 5-18 are invited to create a drawing on a plain piece of paper and submit the design by May 3, 2021. Scan or take a photo of your design and upload it at www.floridahousing.org or mail it to us at the following address:
Florida Housing Finance Corporation
Attn: External Affairs Department
227 N. Bronough Street, Suite 5000
Tallahassee, FL 32301
Free virtual presentation. Celebrate Earth Day with a program exploring the fascinating life of conservationist Marjorie Harris Carr (1915-1997) – who used the power of the pen and grassroots activism to protect and preserve many of north central Florida’s ecological treasures. Author/Historian Peggy Macdonald will trace Carr’s early life growing up in Florida through her career in the 1950’s while raising five children, and eventually becoming one of the century’s leading environmental activists.
Program hosted by Friends of Wakulla Springs State Park with funding provided through a grant from the Florida Humanities. Register online at the Friends website, WakullaSprings.org to receive Zoom program link.
Join us for our 14th Annual Baby & Family Fair and first ever Virtual Speaker Series!
This free virtual event offers new and expecting families the opportunity to connect with our community’s leading pregnancy and parenting experts virtually via Zoom. Whether you’re a first-time parent or expecting your fifth, come learn something new and discover community resources.
From Monday, April 26 through Friday, May 7, join our expert panelists, ranging from leading OBGYNs and pediatric specialists to certified nurse midwives and speech language pathologists, for virtual panels and classes, including:
– Pregnancy & Parenting in a Pandemic
– So, You’re Pregnant: Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy
– When Things Don’t Go As Planned: Navigating High-Risk Pregnancy
– Preparing for an Unmedicated, Hospital-Based Birth
– Breastfeeding Basics
– Navigating Perinatal Depression
– Toys & Tools for Healthy Child Development
– Recognizing Early Signs of Autism
– Preparing for Parenthood
– Preventing Childhood Injury
– Little Ones Music Play
Sign up today at TMH.ORG/Fair!
In business writing, the language is concrete, the point of view is clear, and the points are well expressed. Good writing is hard work, and even the best writers get discouraged. This two-day virtual workshop will give you the tools to help you feel more confident about your own writing.
May 11-12, 2021 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Access links will be sent after registration via email.