Parent Support Services Society presents:
Parenting & the Whole Brain Child
12 proven strategies to nurture your child’s developing mind
A free workshop for anyone in a parenting role.
Dr. Max Innes, Family Therapist, introduces an approach to parenting based on the New York Times Best Seller, The Whole Brain Child by Daniel J. Siegel, neuropsychiatrist, and Tina Payne Bryson, parenting expert. The focus will be on providing practical ideas for parenting that are both effective and in keeping with recent findings from neuroscience.
Limited seats available.
To attend, please register with Sasha.
Call: 604-669-1616 Ext.104
Limited childminding spaces will be available onsite; please let us know when registering if you will require childminding.
Parent Support Services Society operates Support Circles across BC, for those in a parenting role. These Support Circles (run in English, Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Filipino & Korean) include Circles for grandparents raising their grandchildren, Indigenous communities, parents of children who are trans or gender creative, and more.
Sharing Cultures Brazilian Dinner / Burnaby Neighbourhood House South (4460 Beresford Street) / Costs: $5.00 for adults; $3.00 for children; Free for children under 3 / No food served after 7:00pm / Limited Seating Available – Purchase Tickets in advance at South House Reception / For more information please contact BNH at 604-431-0400 or visit our website at www.burnabynh.ca.
Burnaby Public Library is excited to present Professor Max Cameron, a world-leading expert on democratic theory and electoral design to help us understand the key issues related to BC’s referendum on proportional representation this fall / Bob Prittie Metrotown Branch (6100 Willingdon) / Drop-In, no registration required.
YOU ARE INVITED…..
TO THE BURNABY ARTISTS GUILD “SHOWTIME FOR ART'” SHOW AND SALE – OCTOBER 26-28TH, 2018!
WHEN: FRI. – Official Opening 7-10 pm, Saturday – 10am-6pm and Sunday – 10am-5pm.
PLACE: Shadbolt Centre for the Arts, 6450 Deer Lake Ave., Burnaby, BC V5G2J3, Phone: 604-291-6864. Free Admission & Parking, Bus Access
The exhibition includes the work of FEATURE ARTIST VIRGINIA CHIN plus original artwork by guild members in a variety of styles & medium suitable for home or office. The show will include fridge magnets, original geetings cards, On-the-Spot portraits and Raffle of an Original Painting.
MARK THESE DATES ON YOUR CALENDAR! – BRING YOUR FAMILY & FRIENDS.
Join MOSAIC and UBC for a free, public forum that will highlight the contributions and unique lived experiences of people who came to Metro Vancouver as refugees. In particular, you will hear from people living with disabilities and those from the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Two-Spirit, Transgender, Queer and Intersex communities. Lunch and refreshments provided. Please RSVP here. MOSAIC Office (5575 Boundary Road).
This annual multi-charity fundraiser supports your local Burnaby non-profits, including Burnaby Neighbourhood House! Dress up in your best 60’s costumes, dance to live music, featuring Rainshadow Band and Louise & Greg Weir Band.
Purchase tickets: at BNH South House Office – 4460 Beresford St
Come on out to this fun community event for all ages with food, crafts and activities! Held at the Burnaby Neighbourhood House, South (4460 Beresford Street). Menu: Chicken Pot Pie (veggie option available). Please buy tickets in advance at BNH-South House. Cost: $5.00 for adults; $3.00 for children; Free for children under 3. Come dressed up in your Halloween costume! There will be a prize for the best costume.
Burnaby Neighbourhood House Community ‘Open Mic’ Night! Come watch some great local talent in a family-friendly environment! Takes place at the BNH Community Hall (5024 Rumble Street). Entrance by donation (suggested $4.00/per person.). All proceeds go towards the renovation and upkeep of the BNH Community Hall. Refreshments available courtesy of Buy-Low Foods. Interested in performing? Click here. For more information visit www.burnabynh.ca or contact BNH at 604.431.0400. Occurs FIRST Thursday of every month.
A wide variety of gift items suitable for family, children, teachers, stocking stuffers and more. Pick up a bunch of fresh greens for decoration. Proceeds support the Stephen Lewis Foundation’s Grandmothers to Grandmothers campaign.