Dec 04 Monday
NAMI Family-to-Family is a free, 9-session educational program for family, significant others, and friends of people with mental health conditions. It is a designated evidenced-based program. This means that research shows that the program significantly improves the coping and problem-solving abilities of the people closest to a person with a mental health condition.NAMI Family-to-Family is taught by NAMI-trained family members who have been there and includes presentations, discussions, and interactive exercises.Pre-Registration is required Contact: Tamari at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Que es el Programa NAMI de Familia a Familia?NAMI de Familia a Familia es un programa Gratis de 9 -sesiones para familiars, parejas, amigos y seres queridos de adultos que viven con una enfermedad mentalEs un programa designado basado en evidencia. Esto significa que la investigación muestra que este programa ayuda significantemente al afrontamiento y solucion de problemas de las personas mas cercanas a la persona sufriendo de una enfermedad mental.NAMI de Familia a Familia lo ensenan miembros de familia entrenados por NAMI, e incluye presentaciones, discusiones y ejercisios interactivosSe requiere inscripción previa Contacto: Tamari en: email@example.com
Dec 05 Tuesday
with John GreenTuesday, December 5, 6:30pm – 8pmRegistration and Donations appreciated
Winter is beautiful and John Green’s photos will remind you!
Here in New England we are fortunate to have four distinct seasons. Although, due to warming climate the annual temperature average may be higher now than in the past. In southern New England we still experience the influx of migrating birds and blossoming flowers in the spring; thunderstorms and rainbow during the summer and colorful foliage, reverse bird migration and leaf fall in the autumn. However, recent winters have been less dynamic than those we have experienced historically; landscapes are seldom totally transformed by snow cover and waterways are rarely completely immobilized by icy conditions due to sustained frigid temperatures. Fortunately, John has been photographing wintry conditions dating back to the mid 1970’s and the this program ICE and SNOW is the result of my love for the season of cold.
Dec 06 Wednesday
Contact Ross Education now to get information on training programs in Medical Assistant, Medical Insurance Billing and more!
Dec 08 Friday
FUN FRIDAY FROLICS **NEW!!**
with Lauren DauschAges: Ages 5 – 9 or grades K – 3Fridays, 1:00 – 5:30 pmFee per Child: Tier A: $82 | Tier B: $68 | Tier C: $58 | Tier D: $44Limited to 12 participants
New! Come frolic in the forest on this Friday afternoon early release day for Amherst elementary schoolers! Bring a snack, lunch and water bottle and come prepared to play outside, no matter what the weather! Limited to 12 participants. *Depending on enrollment, your 4th grader may be able to join.
October 20: Preparing for Hibernation and Migration
October 27: Spoooooky Creatures!
December 8: Wondrous Winter
COVID-19 SafetyRead our complete COVID-19 Program Participant Guidelines.
Our programs are designed to be fun and engaging and above all safe. The COVID-19 program guidelines are designed to help protect everyone as we meet the strict health and safety requirements of the CDC and our state. Please take the time to read the information thoroughly. If you feel that you or your child(ren) cannot follow these guidelines, we ask that you wait until these restrictions have been lifted to join one of our programs or events. We may change our guidelines to reflect new guidance from CDC and Massachusetts.
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