Parent Workshops

You are your child’s most important teacher!

The Family Learning Connection (FLC) is here to support you in this important role. Through free meetings that take place over a six-week period, you will learn about a variety of topics including understanding child development, teaching responsibility and communicating with your kids.

These workshops are designed for the parents of infants, toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarten age children (birth-5 years old). Parents and children meet in a small group setting with our expert parent educators. Workshops are completely free and include a family meal and program materials.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who Should Attend?

The program is open to moms, dads, grandparents, caregivers, or guardians who have at least one child under six years of age.

What Will We Talk About?

When you’re a parent, you’re always wondering if you’re doing everything right. Is my child developing at the right pace? Am I a good enough parent? How can I raise a responsible child?

That’s why we offer support and resources on lots of topics, including:

  • Ages & Stages: Milestones
  • ADHD
  • Early Literacy: Reading & Talking with Young Children
  • Family Routines
  • Coping with Divorce and Family Change
  • Kindergarten Readiness
  • Tips for Busy Parents
  • Extended Families
  • Tech & Kids

Do I Need to Register?

Registration is required to attend our workshops. All workshops are offered contingent upon minimum enrollment requirements. PEC reserves the right to cancel or postpone low-enrollment workshops when necessary. Register for a workshop.